- January Introduction7:46C-Spine Clearance in the Obtunded10:51Zombie Month - Happy New Year!1:03LIN Sessions - THAM14:50Paper Chase 1 - A Better Valsalva6:04De-Escalating Agitation16:29Trauma Surgeons Gone Wild: When To Crack The Chest13:10Zombie Month - Zombie Insects2:40Trauma Surgeons Gone Wild: How To Crack The Chest27:44Paper Chase 2 - CT for Diaphragm Injury7:02Amiodarone Pulmonary Toxicity19:43Zombie Month - Is Your Cat Making You a Zombie?2:52Extensor Tendon Injury12:54Paper Chase 3 - HEART Gets Put To The Test5:41Pediatric Pearls - Pediatric Rheumatology20:34The UTI That Isn’tFree Chapter19:41Annals of Emergency Medicine - The Gas That Just Won’t Pass15:27Paper Chase 4 - Blood Clots and Cancer Screening6:23Cardiology Corner - Cardiogenic Shock19:41Zombies - Zombie Dancing4:47Paper Chase 5 - Pediatric Seizures and Brain Badness5:17Summary13:35EMRAP 2016 January Aussie Edition27:57EMRAP 2016 January Canadian Edition15:02EMRAP 2016 Janiver Résumé en Francais1h, 03mEMRAP 2016 Enero Resumen Español1h, 23m
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Do patients need an aggressive hunt for malignancy after being diagnosed with an unprovoked venous thromboembolism? It may not seem like an emergency type of question, but counseling our patients begins at the time of diagnosis.