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Tox in Ten

Elizabeth Moore, Gillian Beauchamp et. al

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Welcome to Tox in Ten! We are dedicated to bringing you evidence-based medical toxicology core content and trending topics in easily digestible bites
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How Not to Kill Your Patient

Kevin McFarlane RN & Dr. Lisa Wolf

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HNTKYP is a series that address symptomatic presentation and how to move to a working diagnosis and plan for patient care. Kevin McFarlane and Lisa Wolf cover red flags, cognitive pitfalls, and ways to make sure your patients survive their encounter with the health system.
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EMGuidewire's Podcast

EMGuideWire Team - From Carolinas Medical Center Emergency Medicine Residen

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Join the faculty and residents of Carolinas Emergency Medicine Residency Program, one of the oldest programs in the country, as they explore some of the Core Concepts of Emergency Medicine as well as many of the niche environments of this important arena of specialty care.
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EMRA*Cast

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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Pediatric Emergency Playbook

Tim Horeczko, MD, MSCR, FACEP, FAAP

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You make tough calls when caring for acutely ill and injured children. Join us for strategy and support -- through clinical cases, research and reviews, and best-practice guidance in our ever-changing acute care landscape. Please visit our site at http://PEMplaybook.org/ for show notes and to get involved with the show -- see you there!
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VegasEMSDoctor Podcasts

Mike Barnum, MD FACEP

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VegasEMSDoctor Podcasts are produced by Dr. Mike Barnum, a board certified EMS physician practicing in Las Vegas, NV. The goal of this series is to provide information of interest to the EMS community including education, current events, operational content and EMS related entertainment.
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Podcast of ExBEM

Donald W. Crowe, MD

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Contrarian ideas and commentary on important topics in emergency medicine drawn from the experience of 35 years of practice as an emergency physician. Published monthly, the lessons discussed will be controversial and relevant to the practicing clinician.
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Weekly podcasts covering concepts key to critical appraisal. Each episode explores an area of critical appraisal relating to a recent publications. The podcast supports the full Critical Appraisal Lowdown course which is available at www.CriticalAppraisalLowdown.co.uk All papers contained within the episodes are available at The Resus Room podcast.
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When we walk onto the floor for our shift, we all bring with us our own unique story. What We Bring examines the human experiences of those working in veterinary medicine, from the front desk to the O.R. Join DoveLewis Veterinary Wellbeing Directory Debrah Lee as she explores the real human stories behind the animals we care for.
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The AAPA Rotation Crash Course is a popular podcast designed to help you be a star student on the first day of each rotation. Get the free show notes, with bonus tables and study aids, at www.hippoeducation.com/rcc. Hippo Education’s PA faculty have not only been in your shoes, but have decades of experience precepting students. For each rotation, we reveal the common mistakes you must avoid and pro tips you must know to not only impress your preceptors, but more importantly to take exceptio ...
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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 ...
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Podcast summary of articles from the March 2024 edition of the Journal of Emergency Medicine from the American Academy of Emergency Medicine. Topics include core body temperature, trauma activations, vertebral artery dissection, cardiac tamponade on POCUS, imaging headaches, and orthopedic blocks. Guest speaker is Dr. Dustyn Whitesel.…
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Seizures are part of the bread and butter in emergency medicine. Most of the time when these patients arrive in the ED, the seizing has stopped and there isn’t much else for us to do. But in the cases where they seizures don’t stop or when the patient has multiple seizures, do you know what meds to give and how much? How about second line? Third? P…
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Contributor: Travis Barlock MD Educational Pearls: Thrombolytic therapy (tPA or TNK) is often used in the ED for strokes Use of anticoagulants with INR > 1.7 or PT >15 Warfarin and heparin increase INR Factor Xa inhibitors like apixaban (Eliquis) and rivaroxaban (Xarelto) increase prothrombin time Intracranial or intraspinal surgery in the last 3 m…
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Lower back pain is a really common cause for patients to present to primary care, urgent care and emergency care. Thankfully many of these cases are self limiting, but somewhere in the region of 1:300 patients with back pain in the ED will have Cauda Equina Syndrome. Cauda Equina Syndrome is something that is challenging for all clinicians because …
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Contributor: Ricky Dhaliwal, MD Educational Pearls: Takotsubo cardiomyopathy, also known as "broken heart syndrome,” is a temporary heart condition that can mimic the symptoms of a heart attack, including troponin elevations and mimic STEMI on ECG. The exact cause is not fully understood, but it is often triggered by severe emotional or physical st…
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Contributor: Ricky Dhaliwal MD Educational Pearls: Primary adrenal insufficiency (most common risk factor for adrenal crises) An autoimmune condition commonly known as Addison's Disease Defects in the cells of the adrenal glomerulosa and fasciculata result in deficient glucocorticoids and mineralocorticoids Mineralocorticoid deficiency leads to hyp…
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A crashing tox patient poses one of the most unique and challenging cases we face in the emergency department. Do you know all the tricks of the trade when it comes to managing them? In this episode, host Dr. Masood Mohammed (@DocMooseEM and MedSchoolMoose) sits down with toxicology expert Dr. Gillian Beauchamp (EMRA and ACMT Medical Toxicology Gui…
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Welcome back to the podcast! Three more papers covering topics that are relevant to all of our practice. The importance of removing wet clothes from patients is often discussed, both to prevent hypothermia and increase patient comfort. But how important is it to get wet clothes off and is it something we can defer to a different point? We start off…
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This episode of HNTKYP Kevin and Dr. Lisa Wolf take a deep dive into the high-stakes world of shock management. Why does it matter you ask? If you miss the early signs of septic shock, and 30% of those patients won’t make it home. This episode provides a comprehensive overview of the different types of shock – hypovolemic, distributive, cardiogenic…
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Contributor: Travis Barlock, MD Educational Pearls: Cancer-related emergencies can be sorted into a few buckets: Infection Cancer itself and the treatments (chemotherapy/radiation) can be immunosuppressive. Look out for conditions such as sepsis and neutropenic fever. Obstruction Cancer causes a hypercoagulable state. Look out for blood clots which…
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Contributor: Travis Barlock MD Educational Pearls: There are three indications for IV albumin in the ED Spontaneous bacterial peritonitis (SBP) Patients with SBP develop renal failure from volume depletion Albumin repletes volume stores and reduces renal impairment Albumin binds inflammatory cytokines and expands plasma volume Reduced all-cause mor…
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Palliative care can be difficult and confusing. How do we care for those at the end of their life, and how can we also care for their families? Today we discuss the conversational and medical sides of palliative care medicine with EMRA*Cast host Kyle Duke, MD, and Carrie Harvey, MD, an EM/intensivist at the University of Michigan.…
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End Tidal CO2, or ETCO2 for short, is something that’s talked about pretty often in Emergency and Critical Care and that’s because it’s used a lot in the assessment and treatment of patients! It’s got a big part to play in airway management, resuscitation, sedation and is also increasingly used in other situations. Some of these applications have s…
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This episode of HNTKYP delves into the crucial distinction between merely knowing nursing protocols and truly understanding them. Kevin and Dr. Wolf discuss the importance of nurses not merely performing tasks or following protocols blindly but grasping the underlying pathophysiology and the reasoning behind the actions they take and the medication…
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Contributor: Ricky Dhaliwal, MD Educational Pearls: What are DKA and HHS? DKA (Diabetic Ketoacidosis) and HHS (Hyperosmolar Hyperglycemic State) are both acute hyperglycemic states. DKA More common in type 1 diabetes. Triggered by decreased circulating insulin. The body needs energy but cannot use glucose because it can’t get it into the cells. Thi…
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Contributor: Aaron Lessen MD Educational Pearls: Button batteries cause alkaline corrosion and erosion of the esophagus when swallowed Children swallow button batteries, which create a medical emergency as they can perforate the esophagus A recent study compared various home remedies as first-aid therapy for button battery ingestion Honey, jam, nor…
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Welcome back to the podcast, a new month, three more papers and discussion around the topics. We kick off with a paper comparing mechanical ventilation in CPR compared to the more traditional hand ventilation; what difference does the machine make to ventilation in arrest and should we be changing to this strategy as a standard? We've talked about …
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Contributor: Ricky Dhaliwal, MD Educational Pearls: What can you do to control bleeding in a penetrating wound? Apply direct pinpoint pressure on the wound as well as proximal to the wound. Build a compression dressing. How do you build a compression dressing? Think about building an upside-down pyramid with the gauze. Consider coagulation agents s…
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Welcome to the Doctor Me First Reboot Showcase where we are spotlighting the amazing podcasts and podcasters who have interviewed ME. Over the next several months we will be sprinkling in interviews I’ve done on other shows to highlight other amazing podcasts. This episode is from the Rich Coach Club Podcast. Election season is upon us here in the …
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Contributors: Kali Olson PharmD, Travis Barlock MD, Jeffrey Olson MS2 Summary: In this episode of Pharmacy Phriday, Dr. Kali Olson joins Dr. Travis Barlock and Jeffrey Olson in studio to discuss a variety of interesting topics in the form of a segment show. Dr. Kali Olson earned her Doctorate of Pharmacy from the University of Colorado, Skaggs Scho…
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