- Introduction5:54Notes From the Community – Accelerated Diagnostic Pathway: PE24:55Mental Health Month - Introduction1:22Community Medicine Rants – Geriatric Patients in the ED19:39Paper Chase 1 – Does the FAST Exam Really Help?7:54Medical Myths – Post LP Headache11:17Back of the Bus – Should Paramedics Intubate Kids?18:31Mental Health Month – Nellie Bly5:49Paper Chase 2 – Can We Rule Out SAH Without a CT Scan?8:07Pediatric Pearls – Pediatric Dental – P121:31Tales From An Administrator – Hemoccult and Point of Care VBG’s7:41Mental Health Month – Joni Mitchell11:29Cardiology Corner - New ACS Guidelines23:19Paper Chase 3 – Progesterone for Traumatic Brain Injury9:17Annals of Emergency Medicine – Temporal Arteritis12:42Pediatric Pearls – Pediatric Dental – Part 214:55Paper Chase 4 – Mr CLEAN the Stroke Machine12:08Mental Health Month – Suicide4:43Doc in the Bay - KetamineFree Chapter21:23Paper Chase 4.5 – Intra-Arterial Stroke Might Be the Real Deal8:13LIN Session – In Flight Emergencies13:22Paper Chase 5 – Does Texting Improve Follow-Up?7:46Summary13:23EM:RAP 2015 May Canadian Edition17:44EM:RAP 2015 Peut Résumé en Francais59:38EM:RAP 2015 Mayo Resumen Español1h, 14mEM:RAP 2015 May Aussie Edition1h, 02m
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Using an evidence-based pathway that includes decision instruments and D-dimer can potentially decrease use of CT without decreasing number of diagnosed pulmonary emboli.