- Introduction: Rethinking Vascular Access15:03Paper Chase 1 - Discharged with Rivaroxavan5:59Monthly Theme – The Future60sAlcohol Withdrawal Rebuttal9:13The LIN Session: Tribalism22:26Paper Chase 2 – Reversing Dabigatran7:11Is The HEART Score All That?Free Chapter9:21The Future - The History of The Future3:16Trauma Surgeons Gone Wild: Peds C-Spine Clearance20:03Paper Chase 3 – The Rhythm of PEA4:27Pediatric Pearls: Peds Psych18:55My Favorite Lab Test12:45The Future – The Future, Today, Right Now!4:22Paper Chase 4 – Can We Expel Kidney Stones7:00Annals of Emergency Medicine: The Case of the Flaky Nails18:28Cardiology Corner: Dilemmas In Treating PE20:37Paper Chase 5 – Lytics For Stroke Mimics7:53Medical Myths: You'rs Saying It Wrong(ly)12:51The Future – The Future of The Future6:21The Doc In The Bay - Underutilizing Epi in Anaphylaxis11:53Does The Oxy Free ED Really Work?20:35Summary16:29EM:RAP 2015 December Australian Edition46:29EM:RAP 2015 Décembre Résumé en Francais1h, 07mEM:RAP 2015 December Canadian34:22EM:RAP 2015 Diciembre Resumen Espanol1h, 15m
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Is it possible to clinically clear the pediatric cervical spine in the setting of trauma? Kenji Inaba details his approach to this often vexing question.