- Introduction - A Case of Weakness11:14Pneumonia – Myths and Scores12:39Paper Chase 1 – The Case Against Platelets5:36Pediatric Pearls - Urticaria14:11LIN Session – Resident WellnessFree Chapter18:06Paper Chase 2 – US Helps with IVs, Except When it Doesn’t4:14Critical Care Mailbag – Isolated Head TraumaFree Chapter13:55Nebulized Lidocaine for Severe Cough6:17Paper Chase 3 – All Hail the VBG3:57Mass Casualty Incidents - A Practical Approach from a Military Perspective26:08High Performance CPR11:48Pediatric Pearls - Pediatric Fever – Step by Step9:58Pneumonia – Treatment and Strategy22:27Foot Fractures15:38Paper Chase 4 – High Sensitivity Troponin, Sensitive but not Specific5:11Parsonage Turner Syndrome11:27Annals of Emergency Medicine – Who Needs Spinal Imaging?12:41Paper Chase 5 – Is Glucagon Worth the Trouble?4:00Summary18:25EM:RAP 2016 December Aussie Edition31:23EM:RAP 2016 December Spanish Edition1h, 19mEM:RAP 2016 December Canadian Edition16:00EM:RAP 2016 December French Edition30:18EM:RAP 2016 December German Edition1h, 34m
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In patients who were on antiplatelet agents and had a spontaneous cerebral haemorrhage, giving platelets increased the risk of both death and poor neurologic outcomes.