- Introduction - Triage Suicide Screening12:40ALTEs and BRUEs14:05Paper Chase 1 - PCC Before LP4:50Bouncebacks - Advanced Practice CliniciansFree Chapter23:21Strayerisms - Acute Pulmonary Edema9:35Paper Chase 2 - Renal Colic Analgesia4:51Cardiology Corner - Cardiac Imaging21:12Is Procalcitonin Useful in the ED?9:43Paper Chase 3 – IV Fluids For Migraine3:56Pulmonary Hypertension21:48Discharge Instructions13:04Annals of Emergency Medicine – When Cough and Fever Turn Bad10:40Paper Chase 4 – Low Dose TPA For Stroke4:47Opiate Withdrawal11:30The EKG in PE13:47Paper Chase 5 – Apple Juice to The Rescue4:45Doc In The Bay - Should We Intubate Cardiac Arrest Patients?11:22Summary21:45EM:RAP 2016 October German Edition1h, 55mEM:RAP 2016 October Canadian Edition10:10EMRAP 2016 October Résumé en Francais35:33EM:RAP 2016 October Aussie Edition31:48EM:RAP 2016 October Spanish Edition1h, 34m
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Discharge instructions are an oft neglected but critical part of the ED visit. Matt Delaney gives three high yield pearls on how to improve the process to protect both you and the patient.