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The purpose of this podcast is to help medical students crush their emergency medicine clerkship and get top 1/3 on their SLOE. The content is organized in an approach to format and covers different chief complaints, critical diagnoses, and skills important for your clerkship.
 
David Farcy, MD FAAEM FCCM, Chief of Emergency Medicine at Mount Sinai Medical in Miami Beach, Florida, speaks with national and international experts in the field of critical care in emergency medicine. Join us each month for insights on a timely topic of importance for emergency physicians.
 
CanadiEM aims to improve emergency care in Canada by building an online community of practice for healthcare practitioners and providing them with high quality, freely available educational resources. Our podcasts are found on this channel and include: CRACKCast (Core Rosen's and Clinical Knowledge) helps residents to "Turn on their learn on" through podcasts that assist with exam prep by covering essential core content. ClerkCast: A podcast focused on clinical clerks and their time in emerg ...
 
Emergency Medicine Journal (EMJ) is an international peer review journal covering pre-hospital and hospital emergency medicine, and critical care. The journal publishes original research, reviews and evidence based articles on resuscitation, major trauma, minor injuries, acute cardiology, acute paediatrics, toxicology, toxinology, disasters, medical imaging, audit, teaching and reflections on clinical practice. The journal is aimed at doctors, nurses, paramedics and ambulance staff. * The pu ...
 
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Tim Nutbeam and Clare Bosanko

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A UK Prehospital Emergency Medicine Podcast. This podcast and associated website aims to: - Share knowledge and expertise in the field of prehospital medicine with specific reference to the UK working environment - Make this content relevant to all professional prehospital practitioners
 
We believe in the educational merits of Free Open Access Medical education (FOAM), which includes podcasts, blogs, articles on PubMed Central, conferences streamed for free and more. As a result, we would like to encourage others to move beyond quoting podcasts and into the realm of tying “cutting edge” FOAM to the core content. We’ll provide some review and references for listeners to go read. Why, indeed, should we FOAM it alone when FOAM can inspire us to go, read, think, and be excellent?
 
EMS Nation - Evidence Based Medicine in EMS Weekly Style Podcasts: Monday - Interview with a Leader in EMS Tuesday - ALS Simulation Wednesday - EMS Journal Club Thursday - BLS Simulation Friday - Health & Wellness Follow us on Twitter! www.twitter.com/EMS_Nation Like us on Facebook! www.facebook.com/PrehospitalNation www.emsnation.org
 
Inside EMS, a podcast series that features hosts Chris Cebollero and Kelly Grayson, brings expert perspective to hot topics, clinical issues, operational and leadership lessons to EMS personnel and leaders to be safe and successful.
 
This is the Prehospital Emergency Care Podcast, the official Podcast for the National Association of EMS Physician's (NAEMSP) journal, Prehospital Emergency Care. This bimonthly podcast contains in depth interviews with manuscript authors and engaging commentary from EMS physicians Dr. Hawnwan Moy, Dr. Scott Goldberg, Dr. Jeremiah Escajeda, and Dr. Joelle Donofrio.
 
CanadiEM aims to improve emergency care in Canada by building an online community of practice for healthcare practitioners and providing them with high quality, freely available educational resources. Our podcasts are found on this channel and include: CRACKCast (Core Rosen's and Clinical Knowledge) helps residents to "Turn on their learn on" through podcasts that assist with exam prep by covering essential core content. ClerkCast: A podcast focused on clinical clerks and their time in emerg ...
 
A podcast to provide continuing education and on-demand reviews for the Pararescue community. All medical providers with an interest in remote and austere medicine, and rescue in both the tactical and non-tactical settings will find value in the material posted here. PJs - you may log the hours you spend listening to the material in this podcast in your training folders.
 
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Emergency Medicine Residents' Association

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The Emergency Medicine Residents' Association (EMRA) is the voice of emergency medicine physicians-in-training and the future of our specialty. EMRA*Cast is created "for Residents, by Residents."
 
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FlightBridgeED, LLC.

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Join Mike Verkest, Paramedic and EMS Training Officer, alongside World-Famous EMS Physician Dr. Ritu Sahni, MD, MPH as they talk about everything EMS. Current topics and trends, EMS advocacy, sports and everything in between. Mike and Ritu welcome the occasional special guest and are going to tackle some non-traditional EMS topics. So, sit back, relax and get ready to punch in for your SecondShift.
 
From the Austin-Travis County EMS System Office of the Medical Director, this blog will cover topics of prehospital care, emergency medicine, tactical medicine, rescue, community paramedicine, disaster response, and public health. Expect to hear medical pearls, the latest research, reviews of anything as it relates to EMS.
 
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Contributor: Don Stader, MD Educational Pearls: Ivermectin is a Nobel-Prize winning antiparasitic used to treat filariasis and onchocerciasis Ivermectin is receiving press due to a scientific study examining ivermectin on COVID-19 viral replication in vitro, but the dosages needed for this effect were much higher than is safe for human use Ivermect…
 
Want to experience the greatest in board studying? Check out our interactive question bank podcast- the FIRST of its kind here: emrapidbombs.supercast.comWe're with everyone in spirit at #ACEP21, but someone had to work in the ED while everyone was in Boston! Let's talk uterine bleeding, a commonly seen, but improperly treated, problem.…
 
Contributor: Alec Coston, MD Educational Pearls: Flash pulmonary edema or Sympathetic Crash Acute Pulmonary Edema (SCAPE) is a severe illness that requires aggressive treatment Often in patients with heart failure and a sympathetic surge increasing heart rate, decreased diastolic filling, increased preload, and increased afterload causing pulmonary…
 
So following on from the Roadside to Resus episode on intubation there were a lot of questions from listeners that we didn't have the opportunity to answer. These included some clinical aspects and also some really tricky issues around competency, governance and importantly who should and shouldn't be intubating. We've separated this out from the m…
 
So following on from the Roadside to Resus episode on intubation there were a lot of questions from listeners that we didn't have the opportunity to answer. These included some clinical aspects and also some really tricky issues around competency, governance and importantly who should and shouldn't be intubating. We've separated this out from the m…
 
Episode 245 are Division Chiefs of EMS Ben Boyko and Scott Ryckman. Ben is the Division Chief for Ferndale Fire District 7, and Scott is the Division Chief for Bellingham Fire Department. They work together very well to provide leadership, guidance, patient care just not for their departments but for the Whatcom County EMS System. Ben and Scott hav…
 
Date: October 20th, 2021 Reference: Talan et al. Pathway with single-dose long-acting intravenous antibiotic reduces emergency department hospitalizations of patients with skin infections. AEM October 2021 Guest Skeptic: Dr. Lauren Westafer an Assistant Professor in the Department of Emergency Medicine at the University of Massachusetts Medical Sch…
 
This episode of Inside EMS is sponsored by Eko. Learn how CORE stethoscope technology helps EMS providers make confident split-second decisions by clicking here. In this episode of Inside EMS, co-hosts Chris Cebollero and Kelly Grayson discuss the top EMS news of the week, starting with Kelly Grayson's most recent EMS1 contribution, "Top 10 apps to…
 
Job satisfaction increases when the work we do aligns with our purpose. One way of looking at it is by creating pillars that support your career and being intentional about using those pillars to help guide your decisions. In this episode we learn that Jaime Hope’s four roles as an emergency physician are to excel as a public safety officer, a resu…
 
Job satisfaction increases when the work we do aligns with our purpose. One way of looking at it is by creating pillars that support your career and being intentional about using those pillars to help guide your decisions. In this episode we learn that Jaime Hope’s four roles as an emergency physician are to excel as a public safety officer, a resu…
 
In this podcast, we are back again with host, Jordan Ourada, and neurosurgeon, Dr. Eddie Tsvankin as they discuss an exciting and mind-blowing array of topics pertaining to neurosurgery. Listen as Dr. Tsvankin shares his views on not only the history of neurosurgery, but also the medical, surgical, and engineering advancements that are taking place…
 
We previously covered the management of young febrile infants in a 2017 podcast but now we have updated guidance from the AAP. In this podcast, we review the 2021 AAP Guidelines for the management of well-appearing febrile infants 8-60 days old, highlight practice-changing recommendations. Show notes/references: FOAMcast.org Thanks for listening! L…
 
We previously covered the management of young febrile infants in a 2017 podcast but now we have updated guidance from the AAP. In this podcast, we review the 2021 AAP Guidelines for the management of well-appearing febrile infants 8-60 days old, highlight practice-changing recommendations. Show notes/references: FOAMcast.org Thanks for listening! L…
 
Contributor: Donald Stader, MD Educational Pearls: Hip Dislocation Prolonged dislocations can impair blood supply to femoral head Hip dislocation for >6 hours puts patient at high risk for needing a hip replacement in the next two year Knee Dislocation High mechanism Often looks anatomically normal on knee x-ray Vascular injuries of the popliteal a…
 
In this month's EM Quick Hits podcast, Anand Swaminathan on tips and tricks in polytrauma, Rohit Mohindra on diagnosis and management of toxic megacolon, Jesse McLaren on ECG in pulmonary embolism, Victoria Myers on approach to the patch call for cardiac arrest, Brit Long on when to do a CT head before LP, Salim Rezaie on nebulized ketamine - the k…
 
In this month's EM Quick Hits podcast, Anand Swaminathan on tips and tricks in polytrauma, Rohit Mohindra on diagnosis and management of toxic megacolon, Jesse McLaren on ECG in pulmonary embolism, Victoria Myers on approach to the patch call for cardiac arrest, Brit Long on when to do a CT head before LP, Salim Rezaie on nebulized ketamine - the k…
 
In this month's EM Quick Hits podcast, Anand Swaminathan on tips and tricks in polytrauma, Rohit Mohindra on diagnosis and management of toxic megacolon, Jesse McLaren on ECG in pulmonary embolism, Victoria Myers on approach to the patch call for cardiac arrest, Brit Long on when to do a CT head before LP, Salim Rezaie on nebulized ketamine - the k…
 
Contributor: Dylan Luyten, MD Educational Pearls: To place a Blakemore/Minnesota Tube: Insert into esophagus under visualization Inflate gastric port with 60 cc of air and obtain a chest xray to ensure the balloon below the diaphragm Once confirmed, place a total of 500cc of air into the gastric balloon via the gastric port Tie a liter saline bad t…
 
In this episode we hear from eight leading physician educators about a core principle of patient care: primum non nocere. We learn that limiting harm can translate into doing what’s medically right, putting the patient’s welfare first, judicious use of IV fluids, reducing opioid prescribing, making a habit of pausing when depleted, acknowledging th…
 
In this episode we hear from eight leading physician educators about a core principle of patient care: primum non nocere. We learn that limiting harm can translate into doing what’s medically right, putting the patient’s welfare first, judicious use of IV fluids, reducing opioid prescribing, making a habit of pausing when depleted, acknowledging th…
 
This episode of Inside EMS is sponsored by Eko. Learn how CORE stethoscope technology helps EMS providers make confident split-second decisions by clicking here. In this episode of Inside EMS, co-host Kelly Grayson shares a personal story after getting hurt and preparing for an upcoming surgery. He shares his experience working through the disabili…
 
Cardiac Tamponade Cardiac Tamponade – A physiological state caused by a pericardial effusion in which the pressure in the pericardial sac is higher than the pressure inside the right sided chambers of the heart, leading to impaired filling, decreased cardiac output, and hemodynamic collapse. Pericardial Effusions – Can be caused by infections, rheu…
 
In this episode, the Disaster Podcast team gets together to discuss the triaging and management of patients in an active shooter situation. Part of the discussion turns to the recent attack with a bow and arrow in Norway that killed five people. Dr. Joe Holley shares his knowledge and experience based on the situations he’s encountered in recent we…
 
In this episode, the Disaster Podcast team gets together to discuss the triaging and management of patients in an active shooter situation. Part of the discussion turns to the recent attack with a bow and arrow in Norway that killed five people. Dr. Joe Holley shares his knowledge and experience based on the situations he’s encountered in recent we…
 
In this video podcast, Eric takes a look at clinical pearls within the realm of advanced hemodynamics and cardiac physiology. He dives into the 1:5 rule and uses simulation from iSimulate, with case studies to illustrate how your hemodynamic numbers can help you in decision making. This is an information-packed episode, with a focus on current evid…
 
In the September edition of Critical Decisions in Emergency Medicine, Drs Danya Khoujah and Wendy Chang answer your burning questions about pediatric burn and inhalation injuries. They also discuss the management of hazardous chemical exposures, including decontamination and treatment. As always, you'll hear about the hot topics covered in CDEM’s r…
 
In the August edition of Critical Decisions in Emergency Medicine, Drs Danya Khoujah and Wendy Chang help you recognize the difference between a colic-y baby and a real emergency. They also discuss how to treat patients with eating disorders in your ED. As always, you'll hear about the hot topics covered in CDEM’s regular features, including our ne…
 
The treatment of non-hospitalized patients suffering from COVID-19 is a hot topic and constantly changing. Today we have a conversation with Salim Rezaie, MD whose dive into this literature couldn’t be much deeper. We discuss which subgroup of patients might benefit from monoclonal antibodies, why the jury is still out on the benefit of ivermectin,…
 
The treatment of non-hospitalized patients suffering from COVID-19 is a hot topic and constantly changing. Today we have a conversation with Salim Rezaie, MD whose dive into this literature couldn’t be much deeper. We discuss which subgroup of patients might benefit from monoclonal antibodies, why the jury is still out on the benefit of ivermectin,…
 
Intubation is a key part of advanced airway management. Although some of you out there may not intubate, we’ll be covering aspects where the identification of the need for intubation and how contributing as a team to the process can make a real difference to patient outcomes. Intubation is subject of a considerable amount of evidence and debate. In…
 
Intubation is a key part of advanced airway management. Although some of you out there may not intubate, we’ll be covering aspects where the identification of the need for intubation and how contributing as a team to the process can make a real difference to patient outcomes. Intubation is subject of a considerable amount of evidence and debate. In…
 
Podcast summary of articles from the August 2021 edition of the Journal of Emergency Medicine from the American Academy of Emergency Medicine. Topics include ultrasound vs chest X-ray, cyanosis, EM procedures, mechanical CPR, pediatric sedation, and geriatric emergency departments. Guest speaker is Dr. Stephen Meldon.…
 
In this edition of EMS One-Stop, Rob Lawrence sits down with EMS attorneys Steve Wirth, of Page, Wolfberg & Wirth, and Scott Moore. With vaccination mandate deadlines looming, the discussion focuses on current vaccination requirements, accommodations – including the increase in numbers of those with deeply held religious beliefs. They also examine …
 
On this episode of On The Streets, host, Jordan Ourada sits down with neurosurgeon/neurooncologist Dr. Eddie Tsvankin to discuss various topics concerning neurosurgery and how EMS workers in the field can better understand and manage neurological emergencies. In this episode specifically, you’ll hear Jordan and Dr. Tsvankin discuss topics including…
 
This episode asks: When a patient says “I can’t breathe” How can we tell if they are telling the truth? Should that even be part of the assessment? Plus… Being eased into 911 or thrown in the deep end. Which is better? What to do when you’re in a self taught EMS program Take a listen: Free Membership===> Turbo Medic Insider. Get a variety of study …
 
Contributor: Dylan Luyten, MD Educational Pearls: Minnesota Tube has an extra port for suctioning otherwise is the same as a Blakemore Tube Indicated in MASSIVE upper GI bleeding often due to esophageal varices Esophageal varices are dilated, tortuous vessels in the esophagus due to increased portal venous pressure that can bleeding into the upper …
 
Contributor: Ricky Dhaliwal, MD Educational Pearls: Multiple RCTs and a Cochrane Review found there is no difference in wound infection rates when irrigating with tap water Pressure of the water and how extensively the wound is irrigated were the most important factors affecting infection rates Quantity and type of water were independently not as i…
 
Want to experience the greatest in board studying? Check out our interactive question bank podcast- the FIRST of its kind here: https://emrapidbombs.supercast.comThey say the craving for Taco Bell worsens after midnight…. while this might be true, we cannot say for sure if Taco Bell is associated with higher rates of cholecystitis. What we CAN tell…
 
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