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Get quick-hit summaries of hot topics in emergency medicine. EMplify summarizes evidence-based reviews in a monthly podcast. Highlights of the latest research published in EB Medicine’s peer-reviewed journals educate and arm you for life in the ED.
 
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Show Notes Dr. Susan Kirelik, a concussion specialist and emergency medicine physician, discusses the key points of concussion diagnosis and management from the perspective of the emergency medicine clinician. The topics covered include: The signs and symptoms of concussion and how it is diagnosed in the ED The initial evaluation of a patient p ...…
 
Show Notes Jeff: Welcome back to EMplify the podcast corollary to EB Medicine’s Emergency medicine Practice. I’m Jeff Nusbaum and I’m back with Nachi Gupta. This month, we are tackling a topic for which the literature continues to rapidly change - we’re talking about the ED management of patients taking direct oral anticoagulants or DOACs, prev ...…
 
Show Notes Jeff: Welcome back to EMplify the podcast corollary to EB Medicine’s Emergency Medicine Practice. I’m Jeff Nusbaum and I’m back with Nachi Gupta for the 30th episode of EMplify and the first Post-Ponte Vedra Episode of 2019. I hope everybody enjoyed a fantastic conference. This month, we are sticking in the abdomen for another round ...…
 
Show Notes Jeff: Welcome back to EMplify the podcast corollary to EB Medicine’s Emergency medicine Practice. I’m Jeff Nusbaum and I’m back with Nachi Gupta for your regularly scheduled monthly dose of evidence based medicine. This month, we are tackling an incredibly important topic – Assessing abdominal pain in adults, a rational, cost effecti ...…
 
Show Notes Jeff: Welcome back to EMplify, the podcast corollary to EB Medicine’s Emergency Medicine Practice. I’m Jeff Nusbaum, and I’m back with my co-host, Nachi Gupta. This month, we’re moving into uncharted territories for the podcast… we’re talking psychiatry Nachi: Specifically, we’ll be discussing Depressed and Suicidal Patients in the e ...…
 
Show Notes Jeff: Welcome back to EMplify, the podcast corollary to EB Medicine’s Emergency Medicine Practice. I’m Jeff Nusbaum, and I’m back with my co-host, Nachi Gupta. This month, we’re moving from the trauma bay back to a more private setting, to discuss Emergency Department Diagnosis and Treatment of Sexually Transmitted Diseases. Nachi: A ...…
 
Show Notes Jeff: Welcome back to EMplify, the podcast corollary to EB Medicine’s Emergency Medicine Practice. I’m Jeff Nusbaum, and I’m back with my co-host, Nachi Gupta. This month, after a few months of primarily medical topics, we’re talking trauma, specifically Blunt Cardiac Injury: Emergency Department Diagnosis and Management. Nachi: With ...…
 
Shownotes Jeff: Welcome back to EMplify, the podcast corollary to EB Medicine’s Emergency Medicine Practice. I’m Jeff Nusbaum, and I’m back with my co-host, Nachi Gupta. This month, we’re tackling an incredibly important topic - evaluation and management of life threatening headaches in the Emergency Department. Nachi: Fear not, this will not s ...…
 
Jeff: Welcome back to Emplify, the podcast corollary to EB Medicine’s Emergency Medicine Practice. I’m Jeff Nusbaum, and I’m back with my co-host, Nachi Gupta. This month, we’re talking about a topic… Nachi: … woah wait, slow down for a minute, before we begin this month’s episode – we should take a quick pause to wish all of our listeners a ha ...…
 
Jeff: Welcome back to Emplify, the podcast corollary to EB Medicine’s Emergency Medicine Practice. I’m Jeff Nusbaum, and I’m back with my co-host, Nachi Gupta. This month, we’re talking about a topic that is ripe for review this time of year. We’re talking Influenza… Diagnosis and Management. Nachi: Very appropriate as the cold is settling in h ...…
 
Jeff: Welcome back to Emplify, the podcast corollary to EB Medicine’s Emergency Medicine Practice. I’m Jeff Nusbaum, and I’m back with my co-host, Nachi Gupta. This month, we’re back with our old routine – no special guests. Nachi: Don’t sound so sad about it! Jeremy was great last month, and he’s definitely paved the way for more special guest ...…
 
Disclaimer: This is the unedited transcript of the podcast. Please excuse any typos. Jeff: Welcome back to Emplify, the podcast corollary to EB Medicine’s Emergency Medicine Practice. I’m Jeff Nusbaum, and I’m back with my co-host, Nachi Gupta. This month, we’ll be talking Updates and Controversies in the Early Management of Sepsis and Septic S ...…
 
Jeff: Welcome back to Emplify, the podcast corollary to EB Medicine’s Emergency Medicine Practice. I’m Jeff Nusbaum, and I’m back with my co-host, Nachi Gupta and we’ll be taking you through the September 2018 issue of Emergency Medicine Practice - Emergency Department Management of North American Snake envenomations. Nachi: Although this isn’t ...…
 
Show Notes Disclaimer: This is the unedited transcript of the podcast. Please excuse any typos. Jeff: Welcome back to Emplify, the podcast corollary to EB Medicine’s Emergency Medicine Practice. I’m Jeff Nusbaum, and I’m back with my co-host, Nachi Gupta and we’ll be taking you through the August 2018 issue of Emergency Medicine Practice. Nachi ...…
 
Join Jeff, a former firefighter, and Nachi, a former mathematician, as they take you through the July 2018 issue of Emergency Medicine Practice: Emergency department management of dyspnea in the dying patient Most Important References 17. Reuben DB, Mor V. Dyspnea in terminally ill cancer patients. Chest. 1986;89(2):234-236. (Prospective; 1754 ...…
 
Join hosts Jeff Nusbaum, MD, and Nachi Gupta, MD on this episode of EMplify as they take you through the June 2018 issue of Emergency Medicine Practice: Managing Shoulder Injuries in the Emergency Department Fracture, Dislocation, and Overuse. This month, Richard Pescatore, director of clinical research at Crozer-Keystone Health System and clin ...…
 
Join hosts Jeff Nusbaum, MD, and Nachi Gupta, MD on this episode of EMplify as they take you through the May 2018 issue of Emergency Medicine Practice: Recognizing and Managing Emerging Infectious Diseases in the Emergency Department. This month’s issue was authored by Drs. Millan, Thomas-Paulose, and Egan from Mount Sinai St Luke’s and Mount S ...…
 
Jaundice is a manifestation of elevated serum bilirubin, and can have many causes, some of which can be life-threatening. Join hosts Jeff Nusbaum, MD, and Nachi Gupta, MD on this episode of EMplify as they take you through the April 2018 issue of Emergency Medicine Practice: Jaundice in the Emergency Department: Meeting the Challenges of Diagno ...…
 
When treating patients who have suffered injury in a fire, managing their airway is as critical as treating their burns. Join hosts Jeff Nusbaum, MD, and Nachi Gupta, MD on this episode of EMplify as they take you through the March 2018 issue of Emergency Medicine Practice: Emergency Department Management of Smoke Inhalation Injuries in Adults. ...…
 
Welcome back to Emplify, the podcast corollary to EB Medicine’s Emergency Medicine Practice. We’ll be taking you through the February 2018 issue of Emergency Medicine Practice: Emergency Department Management of Patients with Thermal Burns.By Nachi Gupta, MD, PhD and Jeff Nusbaum, MD.
 
As the prevalence of cancer continues to increase in the general population and improvements in cancer treatment prolong survival, the incidence of patients presenting to the emergency department with oncologic complications will, similarly, continue to rise. This episode reviews 3 of the more common presentations of oncology patients to the em ...…
 
Lower-extremity dislocations are less common in the emergency department (ED) than shoulder and elbow dislocations, and emergency clinicians’ experience with evaluation and reduction techniques is often limited. Nonetheless, these dislocations can be serious because of their association with vascular injury. This episode discusses the mechanism ...…
 
Because of the chronic relapsing nature of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), emergency clinicians frequently manage patients with acute flares and complications. IBD patients present with an often-broad range of nonspecific signs and symptoms, and it is essential to differentiate a mild flare from a life-threatening intra-abdominal process. Rec ...…
 
COPD has huge economic and human burdens in the US. In fact, in 2010, two studies estimated that COPD exacted a direct and indirect cost of somewhere between $36 and $50 billion dollars in the US. With respect to the ED – in 2011, there were more than 1.7 million ED visits for COPD-related problems, with nearly 1/5th requiring hospitalization. ...…
 
Primary and secondary adrenal insufficiency are underrecognized conditions among emergency department patients, affecting an estimated 10% to 20% of critically ill patients. The signs and symptoms of cortisol deficit can be nonspecific and wide-ranging, and identification and swift treatment with stress-dosing of hydrocortisone is vital to avoi ...…
 
For trauma patients in the ED, life- and limb-threatening injuries take priority, but renal and genitourinary injury can have long-term consequences for patients, including chronic kidney disease, erectile dysfunction, incontinence, and other serious problems. This episode offers a review of the literature regarding treatment of renal and GU in ...…
 
Though a minority of patients presenting to the emergency department with chest pain have acute coronary syndromes, identifying the patients who may be safely discharged and determining whether further testing is needed remains challenging. This topic is of massive importance to emergency physicians and there is a wealth of literature exploring ...…
 
This month's episode of EMplify, a podcast corollary to the Emergency Medicine Practice journal, focuses on management strategies that improve dental emergency outcomes. Hosts Jeff Nusbaum, MD, and Nachi Gupta, MD, cover all aspects of the diagnosis and management of this condition, from initial diagnosis and treatment in the emergency departme ...…
 
This month's episode of EMplify, the podcast corollary to the Emergency Medicine Practice journal, focuses on acute decompensated heart failure. Hosts Jeff Nusbaum, MD, and Nachi Gupta, MD, cover all aspects of the acute management of this condition, from initial diagnosis and treatment in the emergency department to novel biomarkers and new an ...…
 
Welcome back to another episode of EMplify, the podcast corollary to EB Medicine’s Emergency Medicine Practice. This month, we’ll be talking “Maxillofacial Trauma in the Emergency Department.” This episode’s content was curated by Drs. Devjani Das, MD, RDMS, FACEP, and Lea Salazar, MD. Both of Hofstra Northwell School of Medicine, Northwell Hea ...…
 
Welcome back to another episode of EMplify, the podcast corollary to EB Medicine’s Emergency Medicine Practice. This month, we’ll be talking about sedative-hypnotics. Specifically, we’ll be talking about sedative-hypnotic drug withdrawal syndromes, both the recognition of such syndromes and their appropriate treatment. This episode’s content wa ...…
 
Welcome to the inaugural episode of EMplify, the podcast corollary to EB Medicine’s Emergency Medicine Practice journal. For the first episode, we are going to focus on one of the most popular articles from last year, the October 2016 issue, entitled “Optimizing Survival Outcomes For Adult Patients With Nontraumatic Cardiac Arrest.” We have one ...…
 
Brought to you by EB Medicine, this new emergency medicine podcast will refresh your knowledge on each monthly topic from Emergency Medicine Practice while you're on the go.By Nachi Gupta, MD, PhD and Jeff Nusbaum, MD.
 
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