- Introduction – To Pack or Not to Pack?20:35Paper Chase 1 – Ocular Ultrasound for Retinal Detachment5:19Pediatric Pearls – Pediatric Ankle Sprains – Yes I said Sprains!Free Chapter17:37Hip Pain21:40Paper Chase 2 – Clinical Test to Rule Out Elbow Fractures3:47Thinking About Metacognition20:33Pediatric Pearls – AHA Neonatal Resuscitation Guidelines28:20Paper Chase 3 – Midazolam for NG Tube Placement4:21Trauma Surgeons Gone Wild – Chest Tubes in the Morbidly Obese16:58Cardiology Corner - AHA Atrial Fibrillation Guideline Update20:57Testicular Torsion18:03Doc In The Bay – What’s In Your Bag?10:05Paper Chase 4 – REBOA Is It All We Had Hoped?4:44Annals of Emergency Medicine – Remember To Take Your Vitamins23:46Exercise Induced Hyponatremia26:03Paper Chase 5 – MRI vs CT vs US for Appendicitis4:00Summary10:58EM:RAP 2016 September Canadian Edition31:48EM:RAP 2016 September Aussie Edition25:03EM:RAP 2016 September German Edition1h, 55mEM:RAP 2016 September Spanish Edition1h, 18mEM:RAP 2016 September French Edition46:51
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Chest tubes are not without serious complications, especially in the obese patient. Kenji gives a series of tips to make the procedure as simple as possible.