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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.
 
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.
 
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.
 
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?
 
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
 
Welcome to the Current ECG Podcast! You listen to this podcast because you want to advance your ECG Interpretation skills and deliver a higher quality of patient care as a practitioner of Emergency Medicine. This content has been crafted for students and practicing Paramedics, Nurses, Physician Assistants, Physicians, Medical Students at all levels and scopes of practice and Emergency Medicine Educators. You will learn the basics to build a strong ECG foundation and more advanced topics like ...
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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.
 
Heart is an international, peer-reviewed journal that keeps cardiologists up to date with advances in the diagnosis and treatment of cardiovascular disease. Each issue contains original research, accompanying editorials and reviews. * The purpose of this podcast is to educate and to inform. The content of this podcast does not constitute medical advice and it is not intended to function as a substitute for a healthcare practitioner’s judgement, patient care or treatment. The views expressed ...
 
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Want to experience the greatest in board studying? Check out our interactive question bank podcast- the FIRST of its kind here: https://emrapidbombs.supercast.techSometimes when a shift gets tough you just need to saddle up and make a diagnosis…. funny enough saddle PE’s are quite rare…. so let’s dispel the myths and cover what you NEED to know abo…
 
Podcast summary of articles from the May 2021 edition of the Journal of Emergency Medicine from the American Academy of Emergency Medicine. Topics include pediatric trauma, Lung Ultrasound for COVID, Takotsubo myocarditis, COVID abdominal pain, Neutropenic fever, and hyperkalemia. Guest speaker is Dr. Michael Pergola.…
 
The use of tranexamic acid (TXA) has expanded with growing evidence in its use for a variety of clinical situations. However, not all evidence is created equal and not all applications show benefit. In this blog and podcast we discuss the various uses of TXA and the surrounding evidence.
 
In this month's EM Quick Hits podcast: Anand Swaminathan on vasopressor failure, Brit Long and Michael Gottlieb on aspleic considerations, Sarah Reid on a bronchiolitis update and evolving patterns in the COVID era, Hans Rosenberg and Lindsay Cheskes on ICD electrical storm, Justin Morgenstern on night shift tips... The post EM Quick Hits 29 Vasopr…
 
Date: June 11th, 2021 Guest Skeptic: Dr. Dennis Ren is a paediatric emergency medicine fellow at Children’s National Hospital in Washington, DC. Reference: McLaren SH, et al. Invasive bacterial infections in afebrile infants diagnosed with acute otitis media. Pediatrics 2021 Case: You are working with a medical student at the emergency department w…
 
Hi folks! This episode I discuss the first RCT of ketamine vs haloperidol/lorazepam sedation for acute behavioural disturbance in a major tertiary hospital emergency department. Show notes: Efficacy of ketamine for initial control of acute agitation in the emergency department: A randomized study Podcast ( available here and on iTunes) https://medi…
 
This episode features three members of the Pediatric Emergency Care Applied Research Network (PECARN) Adolescent Sexual Health Working Group. PECARN is a network that performs multicenter research related to the emergency care of children. The Adolescent Sexual Health Working Group is focused on researching topics of interest around sexual and repr…
 
All emergency physicians know the specialty’s 10 commandments, written in 1991 by Corey Slovis, MD, and Keith Wrenn, MD, but now Dr. Slovis and Christopher Evans, MD, formerly a resident at Vanderbilt and now a clinical informatics fellow at the University of North Carolina, have updated them. Drs. Raja and Pescatore review all 10 and add their own…
 
What are the fundamentals of caring for a critically ill patient? How should we learn to take on more advanced cases? This Critical Care series will build a base for growth in enhancing you clinical competence and competence. Join us live in 2021. www.cme4life.com/live Demystifying Emergency Medicine Conference - Orlando, FL July 19 - 22, 2021 Urge…
 
Contributor: Nick Tsipis, MD Educational Pearls: pH 7.45=alkalemia If pH low and pCO2 high, indicates a respiratory acidosis If pH low and pCO2 low, indicates metabolic acidosis After determining type of acidosis, check bicarb to determine compensation for acidosis and check electrolytes to calculate anion gap Metabolic acidosis can present with ta…
 
You can thank your instructor later. When your EMS instructor makes that scenario too difficult. They likely aren’t trying to make you look bad. More often, they are trying to prepare you for the inevitable. Free Membership===> Turbo Medic Insider. Get a variety of study and review resources to help you pass exams, master content and be better at E…
 
Contributor: Jared Scott, MD Educational Pearls: Around 30 patients with cannabinoid hyperemesis syndrome (CHS) randomized treatment in three arms with 8mg Zofran, Haldol 0.05 mg/kg, and Haldol 0.1 mg/kg Haldol arms performed better on all measures compared to Zofran Extrapyramidal symptoms were significantly higher in the Haldol group than Zofran,…
 
Contributor: Gretchen Hinson, MD Educational Pearls: Pit vipers include cottonmouths, rattlesnakes, and copperheads All have folding long fangs, triangular face, and elliptical pupils About 5,000 snakebites per year reported to Poison Control Initially develop a local reaction (swelling, bruising, pain, bullae) Complications can include 25% of snak…
 
Ellen Kirschman, a psychologist specializing in helping responders and their families deal with job stress, joins us today on the Disaster Podcast. Ellen is a member of the First Responder Support Network (FRSN.org). Ellen talks with the podcast team about some key differences between various types of responders like police, firefighters, and EMS p…
 
On this episode of Inside EMS, co-hosts Chris Cebollero and Kelly Grayson tackle a hot button issue: medical marijuana and its use by public safety members. Our hosts discuss a firefighter from Buffalo, New York, who was discharged from his position for using marijuana, despite being having a prescription, and are joined by attorney David C. Hollan…
 
Join emergency physician Dan Dworkis as he discusses with Dan McCollum how to remain cool under pressure. Dan and Dan discuss The importance of being cool under pressure The fallacy of believing experience equals the ability to handle pressure. Strategies for junior learners to build sangfroid This is a joint podcast between EM Basic and the Emerge…
 
It's been a busy month on the blog with plenty for Iain and Simon to talk about. The Manchester Arena bombing, new guidelines for Anaphylaxis management, Adult Congenital Heart Disease, Calcium in Major Haemorrhage and Spontaneous Coronary Artery Dissection all get a mention alongside the usual witterings of two middle aged emergency physicians.…
 
Join Dr. Zaffer Qasim for this video Podcast: "Better than the sum of its parts: Whole Blood In Trauma" This insightful video podcast will take an in-depth look at the evidence surrounding Whole Blood administration and the current practices surrounding trauma resuscitation. Join Dr. Zaffer Qasim for this excellent look at one of the hottest topics…
 
Contributor: Adam Barkin, MD Educational Pearls: Internal hernias, when bowel herniates through iatrogenic or congenital defect in mesentery, represent 1-6% of all small bowel obstructions Mortality of strangulated internal hernias is over 50% due to bowel necrosis and sepsis Intermittent symptoms presenting with nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, a…
 
So this time we're going to be talking about subarachnoid haemorrhage. So this is going to be a short and punchy look at a really important and interesting topic in subarachnoid haemorrhage. We run through the approach to headache and then focus on the specific features and findings that we should be looking for with regards subarachnoid haemorrhag…
 
This year, CanadiEM has partnered with the Canadian Association of Emergency Physicians, EMOttawa, and the Skeptic’s Guide to Emergency Medicine to help promote #CAEP21: CAEP at the Forks - Rising to the Challenge. From June 15-17, 2021 we will be publishing The CAEP Daily, a journalistic summary of highlights from the conference. Please join the d…
 
CanadiEM has partnered with the Canadian Association of Emergency Physicians, EMOttawa, and the Skeptic’s Guide to Emergency Medicine to help promote CAEP at the Forks - Rising to the Challenge. From June 15-17, 2021 we will be publishing The CAEP Daily, a journalistic summary of highlights from the conference. Please join the discussion!…
 
Contributor: Adam Barkin, MD Educational Pearls: Spontaneous coronary artery dissection (SCAD) is the most common cause of acute MI in women under 50 years old Risk factors include fibromuscular dysplasia, extreme exercise, stress, pregnancy, and recent birth Diagnosed in cath lab but medically managed and usually do not get a stent Treated with du…
 
Simon Carley, Associate Editor of EMJ, talks through his highlights of the June 2021 edition of the Emergency Medicine Journal.Read the primary survey here: https://emj.bmj.com/content/38/6/407Emergency medicine electronic health record usability: where to from here? (16 March, 2021) FREE Katie Walker, Tim Dwyer, Heather A Heaton: https://emj.bmj.c…
 
EMS attracts people from many different backgrounds and cultures. It also seems to know no age limit. But when is it too old to get into the EMS field? How about too old to be in or stay in EMS? Like many things in EMS you will get various answers and opinions on this. So once again we sit in the Office Hours chairs and give ours. I mean everyone h…
 
As we head out of the depths of the pandemic and adjust to the “new normal,” the vaccination status of the workforce – in order to protect both coworkers and patients alike – is a major consideration. This week, a judge rejected a lawsuit from Houston hospital workers who had been suspended for not being vaccinated.This issue is an emotive one, and…
 
In this week's episode, we talk to the Hepatic Encephalopathy Duo - Drs. Christopher Baugh and Arun Jesudian. We discuss treatment options, recommendations, and ACEP's new EM POC tool that can help you identify and treat these patients in your ED>By Ryan A. Stanton MD, FACEP
 
Most of us don’t give a lot of thought to how and when we listen to podcasts. But like most of life, an intentional approach can reap benefits. In this episode, Josh Russell walks us through: strategies for maximizing retention, listening based on brain state, new data on listening while driving, the value of silence. Listen on: iTunes Spotify Stit…
 
Traditionally transcutaneous pacing involves a paramedic placing pads anterior/posterior (preferred), and turning up the milliamps until electrical capture is obtained. Electrical capture is obtained when a pacing spike is followed by a wide complex. The clinician will then try to palpate a pulse to confirm mechanical capture. Because the contracti…
 
On this episode of Inside EMS, co-hosts Chris Cebollero and Kelly Grayson discuss getting back into the classroom and training students again. Grayson is working with a group of high schoolers to become EMRs, and plans to conduct a PLUCK lab and use pig organs to teach the anatomy of the body. Students will have the chance to dissect the different …
 
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