Best Emergency Medicine podcasts — Prompt diagnosis and treatment of injuries (Updated March 2019; image)
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Survival Medicine
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Doom and Bloom,Nurse Amy,Dr Bones,Survival,Survival Medicine,Traditional and Alternative Medical Advice including Survival Medicine or Collapse Medicine.
 
Online Medical Education on Emergency Department (ED) Critical Care, Trauma, and Resuscitation
 
Emergency Medicine Cases – Where the Experts Keep You in the Know. For complete episodes please visit emergencymedicinecases.com
 
Meet 'em, greet 'em, treat 'em and street 'em
 
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ERCAST
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Get down-to-earth clinical topics and learn what it really means to work in the ED with the legendary Dr. Rob Orman. Manageable monthly episodes cover everything you need to know about what's current in EM, plus practice-changing information from Essentials of Emergency Medicine. This iTunes segment is just one monthly free segment of the full ERcast show. Get over 2 hours of fresh podcast episodes per month and 27 AMA PRA Category 1 credit(s)™ of click-to-claim CME per year when you sign up ...
 
We review a cutting edge a Free Open Access Medical Education (FOAM) blog or podcast and then delve into the Emergency Medicine Core Content texts on relevant issues and end with free board review questions. 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 tyin ...
 
Each month the Annals audio summaries will be updated with summaries of important original articles as well as comments on notable editorials.
 
Latest medical news and features from Medscape Emergency Medicine
 
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The Resus Room
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Podcasts from the website TheResusRoom.co.uk Promoting excellent care in and around the resus room, concentrating on critical appraisal, evidenced based medicine and international guidelines.
 
Emergency Medicine Education for Everyone.
 
This is the Mediccast, a podcast for EMT’s, Paramedics, and other emergency medical professionals. The podcast covers news and commentary, tips and tricks.
 
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.
 
This podcast account features all of the audio clips from the Academic Life in Emergency Medicine (ALiEM) educational blog site. http://www.ALiEM.com
 
Emergency nursing education podcast. Interviews with some of the best nurses and doctors on topics related to emergency nursing.
 
Emergency Medical Minute
 
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EM Basic
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Your Boot Camp Guide to Emergency Medicine
 
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EMJ podcast
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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 pur ...
 
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RCEM Learning
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Bringing you FOAMed straight from the Royal College of Emergency Medicine with links to the curriculum. Covering anything and everything EM. Find us at www.RCEMLearning.co.uk Keep up to date by following us @RCEMLearning. Get involved…
 
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Medic Up!
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Are you an EMT or paramedic student? A newbie, probie or FNG just hitting the street in EMS? Maybe you’re an EMS veteran: salty, grizzled or just toasty around the edges? The Medic Up! podcast has something for you! Join us for a mix of education, entertainment and just the right amount of EMS war stories to keep you coming back.
 
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We were lucky enough to be back at the fantastic TraumaCare Conference last week. There were a whole host of fantastic talks on offer and the Emergency Medicine stream, arranged by our very own Rob Fenwick, included a pro/con debate on whether Emergency Medicine should be managing the trauma airway. During that debate a number of important pape ...…
 
Sometimes, diseases that are rare today pop up unexpectedly, such as the recent outbreak of mumps on the warship U.S.S. Fort McHenry, where 25 sailors came down with the illness. This led to the quarantine of the ship at sea for two months. If you’re concerned about medical issues in long-term survival scenarios, it’s important to recognize the ...…
 
Hi folks! welcome back to the PHARM for the first episode in 2019! We are going back to Fiji and Dr Anne Creaton to talk about a new prehospital training course that has been setup there. I also make a few quick mentions and shoutouts to folks on medtwitter and about ketamine! Show Notes: CHeck out EMUGS CONFERENCE in Noosa, Australia 2019! Als ...…
 
Date: March 12th, 2019Reference: Gottlieb, Holladay and Peksa. Ultrasonography for the Confirmation of Endotracheal Tube Intubation: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. Ann Emerg Med 2018.Guest Skeptic: Chip Lange is an Emergency Medicine Physician Assistant (PA) working primarily in rural Missouri in community hospitals. He hosts a great #F ...…
 
Today’s episode of the podcast is a myth busting on all the media reports about first responders overdosing by being exposed to fentanyl in the field by incidental contact. This is physically impossible and the misinformation out there has scared a lot of people, cost us lots of money in the form of hazmat responses and shutting down hospitals, ...…
 
On this EM Quick Hits podcast we have Natalie May on Kawasaki disease clues to diagnosis, Justin Morgenstern on suturing dog bites: the evidence, Anand Swaminathan on BVM prior to laryngoscopy, Michelle Klaiman on anticraving medications for alcohol use disorder and special guest Howard Ovens on managing ED violence with compassionate care... T ...…
 
From Essentials of Emergency Medicine NYC 2017, Reuben Strayer explains how the pulse ox might be the most useful bit of tech in the ED. Pearls: The pulse ox waveform is an excellent indicator of mechanical heart rate and peripheral perfusion. For patients breathing room air, pulse oximetry can be used to monitor for hypoventilation. Nail polis ...…
 
One of the most frequent questions I receive from readers, listeners, and viewers is which antibiotics to have on hand in survival settings. I have received a flurry of these lately in response to our new book “Alton’s Antibiotics and Infectious Disease”: The Layman’s Guide To Available Antibacterials in Austere Settings. In the book, I discuss ...…
 
Date: March 8th, 2019Reference: Wiler et al. Continuation of Gender Disparities in Pay Among Academic Emergency Medicine Physicians. AEM March 2019.Guest Skeptic: Dr. Esther Choo. She is an emergency physician and researcher who studies health disparities, substance use disorders, and gender bias. Esther is an Associate Professor at Oregon Heal ...…
 
Author: Michael Hunt, MD Educational Pearls: Bedside transtracheal ultrasound to confirm proper endotracheal intubation is simple and effective Review of 17 studies showed transtracheal ultrasound was was 98.7% sensitive and 97.1% specific Curvilinear probe may be preferable as it provides a larger field of view Editor’s Note: rather than expla ...…
 
Guest host, Dr. Michelle Lin chats with Dr. Jill Baren (University of Pennsylvania) on the whys, hows, and behind-the-scenes stories about conducting research under the Exception From Informed Consent (EFIC) regulation. Spoiler alert: It is not for the timid or impatient.
 
Date: February 18th, 2019Guest Skeptic: Dr. Shahriar Zehtabchi is a tenured professor and Vice Chair of Academic Affairs in the Department of Emergency Medicine at SUNY Downstate Medical Center & Kings County Hospital. He has been teaching evidence-base medicine for many years and currently is the editor-in-chief of the EBM website TheNNT.com. ...…
 
Author: Aaron Lessen, MD Educational Pearls: Dyspnea can occur in up to 50% of intubated patients Dyspnea is associated with prolonged mechanical intubation Often goes undiagnosed as these patients have difficulty communicating Expert opinion on reducing sensation of dyspnea Reduce stimulation of respiratory drive like fever and acidosis Give b ...…
 
EM Basic is finally back with a new episode. Today’s episode will discuss neonatal resuscitation with Dr. Azif Safarulla, a neonatologist at Augusta University. Dr. Dan McCollum and Dr. Jessica Gancar interview Dr. Safarulla on the nuts and bolts of running a successful neonatal resuscitation in the ED. These can be one of the scariest populati ...…
 
Author: Sue Chilton, MD Educational Pearls: Measles is highly contagious Typically patients just look sick Remember 4 & 4, 14, and 4-C’s: Contagious 4 days before and after onset of rash 14 days for rash to appear Cough, coryza, conjunctivitis (non-purulent), and Koplik’s spots Under 2 and over 20 are highest risk groups 1 in 1000 will die Suba ...…
 
In this episode of the Survival Medicine Hour, Joe Alton MD and Amy Alton ARNP discuss what their plans are for the garden this year, plus a review of the antibiotic cephalexin (Keflex, Fish-Flex) and its potential as a tool in the medical woodshed for long-term survival settings. Keflex is useful for various infectious diseases you might encou ...…
 
Date: February 26th, 2019Reference: Benger et al. Effect of a Strategy of a Supraglottic Airway Devicevs. Tracheal Intubation During Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest on Functional Outcome. The AIRWAYS-2 Randomized Clinical Trial. JAMA 2018Guest Skeptic: Missy Carter, former City of Bremerton Firefighter/Paramedic, currently a physician assistant ...…
 
Author: Jared Scott, MD Educational Pearls: CXR is 40-90% sensitive for detecting pneumonia when compared to CT Patients with a high degree of suspicion for pneumonia may still warrant treatment despite a negative CXR References: Self WH, Courtney DM, McNaughton CD, Wunderink RG, Kline JA. High discordance of chest x-ray and computed tomography ...…
 
This month we have New in EM GONB for migraine | DFTB18 with Damian Roland | New in EM Metoclopramide for migraine | EuSEM18 with Rachel Stewart - Major Incidents | New in EM Predicting UTI in febrile kids | Fraser or Gillick | Cauda Equina Guideline
 
We've got a broad array of topics and papers for you this month! First up we look at a paper from the NEJM assessing the potential benefits in providing ventilations to patients undergoing an RSI. Next we look at patients presenting with both syncope and pre-syncope to the emergency department, this paper quantifies the risk that we should be a ...…
 
The Speaker Development Programme (SDP) is a prize-winning year-long curriculum aimed at developing women speakers as a step on the journey towards academic recognition. Editor-in-Chief of the Emergency Medicine Journal Professor Ellen Weber talks to Dr Dara Kass, the founder of this program. They also discuss the project FemInEm, an organisati ...…
 
Author: Don Stader, MD Educational Pearls: Recent study demonstrated patients with non-STEMI treated with heparin had no difference in survival, but had an increased risk of major bleeding Heparin may be an outdated medication in the era of dual anti-platelet therapy and PCI Heparin may fall to the wayside like other former treatments for ACS s ...…
 
Date: February 4th, 2019Guest Skeptic: Dr. Jerome Hoffman is a Professor Emeritus of Medicine and Emergency Medicine, University of California, Los Angeles.Dr. Hoffman has been a voice of reason for decades and taught a generation of physicians critical appraisal skills. This has been through various peer reviewed publications, doing Emergency ...…
 
In this main episode podcast we discuss the pitfalls in the diagnosis and management of elbow injuries and answer questions such as: What is an easy way to remember the surgical indications for radial head fractures? What is the significance of a coronoid process fracture and how does it change management when seen with a radial head fracture? ...…
 
An EM Match Advice episode on promoting diversity and inclusion during residency training, hosted by Drs. Michael Gisondi and Michelle Lin. Featuring Dr. Joel Moll (Virginia Commonwealth), Dr. Tyson Pillow (Baylor), and Dr. Bonnie Kaplan (Denver Health).
 
Author: Katie Sprinkle, MD Educational Pearl: Carbon monoxide (CO) is the leading cause of death from poison world-wide CO forms from the combustion of any carbon based product Patients often present with non specific symptom like headache, vomiting, and malaise Consider this diagnosis with multiple people presenting with similar symptoms from ...…
 
Yesterday a 7.5 magnitude earthquake hit Ecuador, part of the "rim of fire" that circles the Pacific (but certainly not pacified) ocean. There's no season for earthquakes like there are for hurricanes, and you can't see an earthquake coming like you could a tornado. So how do you survive one? Joe and Amy Alton talk about strategies that will gi ...…
 
Date: February 22nd, 2019Reference: Lane et al. Association Between Early Intravenous Fluids Provided by Paramedics and Subsequent In-Hospital Mortality Among Patients With Sepsis. JAMA 2018Guest Skeptics: Jay Loosley is the Superintendent of Education at Middlesex-London Paramedic Service. Jenn Doyle is a paramedic educator at Middlesex-London ...…
 
Author: Aaron Lessen, MD Educational Pearls: Several studies have shown administration of tPA can improve outcomes and reduce need for amputation tPA is considered in grade III and IV frostbite tPA cannot be given until after the warming process Administration is systemically, not catheter directed or intra-arterial References: Jones LM, Coffey ...…
 
Author: Aaron Lessen, MD Educational Pearl: A double ingestion of a single pill is typically a benign event but several drug classes may cause problems A published review of 10 years of single medication double dose ingestion found 12 out of 876 cases had adverse events. The drugs and events were: Propafenone ingestion leading to ventricular ta ...…
 
Podcast # 437 : Myasthenia Gravis Author: Gretchen Hinson, MD Educational Pearls: Myasthenia gravis (MG) is an antibody mediated autoimmune disorder against the acetylcholine receptors at the neuromuscular junctions. Bimodal age distribution (20’s-30’s: women; 60’s-70’s: men) Presents with fluctuating muscle weakness typically worse at the end ...…
 
Author: Charleen Gnisci, PharmD Educational Pearls: Between 2011 to 2016, Mylan increased EpiPen prices by 400% ($700 for 2 packs) AUVI-Q was recalled in 2012, which left the market share to the EpiPen until recently Teva announced last year it will be making a generic version of the EpiPen retailing around $300 but expected to decrease Referen ...…
 
We have previously podcasted on tachyarrythmias (Episode 34 Tachyarrhythmias), but in this episode, we focus specifically on the treatment of supraventricular tachycardia (SVT), specifically paroxysmal SVT. We discuss the treatment options of adenosine and calcium channel blockers, weighing in with the evidence, the guidelines, and some opinion ...…
 
Date: February 15th, 2019Reference: Gottileb, Holladay and Peksa. Point-of-Care Ocular Ultrasound for the Diagnosis of Retinal Detachment: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. AEM January 2019.Guest Skeptic: Dr. Daniel Theodoro is an Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis and the Eme ...…
 
Author: Ryan Circh, MD Educational Pearls: Ulnar collateral ligament injury is often called gamekeeper’s thumb or skier’s thumb Can results from traumatic deviating the thumb radially (abduction) Poor rabbits Have a low threshold for referral to hand surgery for follow up - treatment for minor injuries can be conservative but more severe requir ...…
 
Today on the Medic Up! Podcast I have Christian and Samuel Adams who are identical twin brothers and that wrote a book titled: “Life and Death Matters: Professionalism and Decision-Making for the First Responder; How paramedics act decisively in the chaos of Prehospital emergency Medicine. Sam and Christian Adams are identical twin brothers. Th ...…
 
Hypothermia is a common problem for both pre and in-hospital clinicians. Understanding the underpinning physiology helps us deliver first class care to our patients, decreasing associated morbidity and mortality. There is some extremely difficult decision making to be done in severe cases of hypothermia and the podcast gives us an opportunity t ...…
 
Author: Peter Bakes, MD Educational Pearl: Transient ischemic attack (TIA) is defined as neurologic symptoms that resolve in 24 hours with no new changes on head imaging Mimics include complex migraine, carotid dissection, seizure (Todd’s paralysis) Typical presentation is with sudden onset of negative symptoms such as numbness, weakness, etc. ...…
 
On this EM Quick Hits podcast we have Emily Austin on organophosphate poisoning, Arun Sayal on malrotation of metacarpal fractures, Andrew Petrosoniak on pitfalls in abdominal stab wound management, Anand Swaminathan on tranexamic acid for non-massive hemoptysis, and Natalie May on pediatric IV cannulation tips and tricks... The post EM Quick H ...…
 
Not all post tonsillectomy bleeds are created equal, and not all portend decompensation into hemorrhagic shock (though some do). Emergency physician Gene Hern and ENT surgeon Clay Finley give their thoughts on approach and management.
 
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