- Introduction – Calling an Admission9:33Strayerisms - Something for Pain20:54Paper Chase 1 - Hypothermia Post Peds Arrest4:09Wound Repair Part 1 - Wound Prep9:45Pediatric Pearls – Pediatric Weight Estimation10:47Calcaneal Fractures15:55Paper Chase 2 - Downstream Effects of Coronary CTA3:09Critical Care Mailbag – Case of the Slow Crash21:56Pharmacology Rounds – NSAID Allergies4:43LIN Session – Can You Multitask16:38Paper Chase 3 - Cardiac Arrest Text Alerts4:15Decision Fatigue17:20Pharmacology Rounds – Are Opiates Bad for ACS3:01Tactical EMS11:59Paper Chase 4 - Fast Fluids in Sepsis3:55Trauma Surgeons Gone Wild – Removing Pelvic Binders6:50HIV Cardiovascular Risk6:34Community Medicine Rants – Tape Measure Ventilation10:57Paper Chase 5 - Sooner is Better in Trauma Transfusion3:17Pediatric Pearls – Peds Card Codes19:17Annals of Emergency Medicine - Erythroderma Not Your Everyday Sunburn14:11Mailbag and Summary19:17EM:RAP 2017 March German Edition1h, 13mEM:RAP 2017 March Spanish Edition1h, 29mEM:RAP 2017 March Aussie Edition16:33EM:RAP 2017 March French Edition25:15EM:RAP 2017 March Canadian Edition28:50
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Sterile gloves, sterile saline, betadine prep… are any of them essential in wound preparation? We used to think so, but it seems like nothing is sacred. Wound experts Brian Lin and Jonathan Kantor give their laceration repair tips and personal practices (which may deviate from what you learned in training).