- 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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In this large RCT, intramuscular diclofenac (NSAID) had a slightly better analgesic effect than either IV Morphine or IV paracetamol in the initial treatment of renal colic.