- Introduction: Subsegmental PE14:11Ankle Sprains15:28Happy Accidents - Introduction1:19Paper Chase 1 – Central Line Site and Complications6:37What Does Low Risk Chest Pain Really Mean?19:56The First 90 Seconds: Cardiac Arrest7:01Cardiology Corner - Syncope23:37Paper Chase 2- Who’s At Risk For Central Apnea?5:23LIN Session – IV Push Antibiotics10:50Happy Accidents – Alexander Fleming2:59Transgender Patients In The ED15:57Paper Chase 3 – Crystalloid vs Saline5:45The Inside Scoop on Icatibant12:37Second Degree BurnsFree Chapter16:37PE in Pregnancy15:08Paper Chase 4 - Single Dose Dexamethasone For Asthma5:38Happy Accidents – Mary Hunt4:04Annals of Emergency Medicine - VP Shunts15:24Petechiae in Kids20:23Paper Chase 5 - The Waning Days of Pelvis X -rays4:09March Summary20:46EM:RAP 2016 March Aussie Edition38:52EM:RAP 2016 Mars Résumé en Francais52:06EM:RAP 2016 March Canadian Edition33:43EM:RAP 2016 March German Edition1h, 41mEMRAP 2016 Marzo Resumen Español1h, 27m
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This study narrows in on how we can identify define low risk with chest pain. Normal EKG, normal vitals, negative troponins- very low risk for major adverse event in the next few days.