- April Introduction - Can Isopropyl Alcohol Treat Nausea?5:25Pediatric Pearls - Tough IV Access20:18Paper Chase 1 - How Often Does CT Miss SAH?7:51NeedlesticksFree Chapter25:12Point of Care Troponin13:30Paper Chase 2 - Febrile Seizures and Risk of Meningitis6:15Stabbed In The Chest26:05Transvenous Pacemakers21:38Severe Burn Management21:29Paper Chase 3 - Prescribing Adolescents Opioids6:42Physostigmine20:19Airway Corner - Extraglottic Airways9:11Doc In The Bay - I Heard It On The Radio11:23Paper Chase 4 - Oxycodone vs Hydrocodone5:50Critical Care Mailbag - Hypotensive SVT10:58Annals of Emergency Medicine - Phytophotodermatitis12:18Paper Chase 5 - Can You Spend Down Malpractice Risk?6:47Summary18:36EM:RAP 2016 April German Edition1h, 26mEM:RAP 2016 April Aussie Edition32:49EM:RAP 2016 April Canadian Edition25:09EM:RAP 2016 Abril Resumen Español1h, 42mEM:RAP 2016 Avril Résumé en Francais50:04
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Burn patients can require massive amounts of fluid in the first 24 hours. Over and under volume repletion can both result in ischemia of potentially viable skin, making accurate assessment of burn area a vital step in resuscitation.