- Introduction - What Really Happens After Acute A-fib8:57Stroke Updates23:31Paper Chase 1: Syncope and PE6:32Community Medicine Rants - Are We Capable of Placing Transvenous Pacemakers?8:22Is That a Septic Hip Dr. Kocher?14:05Paper Chase 2: Dex vs Prednisone in Asthma4:04Wound Repair Part 3 - Delayed Presentation18:58LIN Session - 3 Steps to a Better Ultrasound13:35Pseudocellulitis13:21Anxiety and Chest Pain15:51Paper Chase 3 - Just the Ankle Please4:00Naloxone15:47Trauma Surgeons Gone Wild - Gunshot to the Extremity23:03Real TalkFree Chapter9:44Paper Chase 4 - CACTUS and The Calf Clot4:09Annals of Emergency Medicine: It’s Not a Tumor!6:44Paper Chase 5 - Imaging and Near Hanging4:27The Problem With Thin Slicing9:25Critical Care Malibag: What is ROSC?16:39Mailbag and Summary16:23EMRAP 2017 May Aussie Edition22:03EM:RAP 2017 May Canadian Edition12:11EM:RAP 2017 May Spanish Edition1h, 17mEM:RAP 2017 May French Edition23:24EM:RAP 2017 May German Edition1h, 13m
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Anticoagulating low-risk patients with isolated calf DVTs resulted in a higher bleeding risk without measurable clinical benefit.