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Join Christopher Watson, Zac Hodges, and Dan McCollum as they discuss the management of pediatric traumatic brain injury. What should you look for on exam? When is intubation appropriate? How can you treat increased intracranial pressure? Where should you send your patient if you are at a community emergency department? We go beyond the basics here…
 
Join Zac Hodges and Dan McCollum as they have a conversation about neonatal fevers with Dr. Kathryn McLeod, an experienced pediatrician at the Children's Hospital of Georgia. We discuss the general approach to taking the history and physical exam of a patient with a fever under the age of 90 days. Where did prior guidelines on the initial workup co…
 
Join Zac Hodges, Chris Watson, and Dan McCollum as they discuss the management of pediatric diabetic ketoacidosis, or DKA. What are key findings on the history and physical exam that point to DKA? What is the initial management of these patients? How is the management similar and different than the management of DKA in adults? Join us for the answe…
 
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, and…
 
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 populations …
 
Today's episode is on Croup- just in time for the middle of the croup season. Your ED may even be filled with kids with a barking cough as we speak. Today's episode was written by Taylor Fischer and Stewart Harsant, two physician assistants who have done an excellent job of summarizing this common pediatric disease process. This episode will review…
 
EM Basic is back with a re-broadcast from the awesome podcast Pediatric Emergency Playbook by Dr. Tim Horeczko. Tim is a double boarded in EM and Peds EM and works at Harbor-UCLA hospital. This was the first episode he published at the beginning of September and it is pure gold. Tim goes beyond the febrile neonate and talks about how to consider al…
 
Today's episode is another installment of the EM Basic Project. Dr. Sheyna Gifford and Dr. Chrisanna Mink will talk about measles. This is a disease that we thought we had stamped out long ago with vaccination but the rise of the anti-vaccine movement has caused several small outbreaks so we need to be ready and on the lookout. They will discuss ho…
 
EM Basic is back with a brand new episode. Today's episode was done by Dylan Norton and David Murphy, both 4th year medical students at the University of Colorado Medical School. We see epistaxis a lot in the ED and while most of it is mild and self limiting, there are frequently cases that take a lot of skill to manage. They'll talk about the basi…
 
Ebola has been in the news for the past few months and it has taken on more urgency in the US as cases have arrived from outside the country Within the past week, transmission to two healthcare workers outside of Africa has been reported. Dr. Prabu Selvam, an intern at the Wright-Pratt Emergency Medicine Residency, provided the resources for today'…
 
In today's episode we are going to talk about documentation in the ED. It is very important that we are complete but concise in our documentation in order to provide an accurate record for the patient's ED patient to protect them and ourselves from problems down the road. Good documentation is good patient care so we need to know how to do this eff…
 
This episode is part 2 of the PE podcast where we will discuss risk stratification and treatment of PE. It's important that we accurately quanitfy the amount of clot burden that the patient has to order the right treatment and admit them (or maybe even discharge them) to the right location. We'll talk about how to classify massive, sub-massive, and…
 
This episode has been a long time in the making- presenting Pulmonary Embolism, part 1. PE is a deadly diagnose that we frequently have to consider in the ED. The presentations can be very varied but we need to know how to work up this disease while avoid unnecessary testing and harm to our patients. In part 1, we will discuss risk factors for PE, …
 
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