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PEM Currents is a Pediatric Emergency Medicine focused podcast hosted by Brad Sobolewski
 
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Peniel Educational Ministries Sunday Sermons. In 1981, Pastor and Principal Charles Underwood Sr. founded Peniel Educational Ministries with a desire to provide his children with an education that built upon Biblical principles. It is the upon the rock of these principles that this institution was built and continues to uphold our students for 30 years, and God willing, will continue to do so.
 
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Talks recorded live at the Social Media and Critical Care conferences. For more info go to smacc.net.au
 
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!
 
PEM SermonsWelcome to Praise English Ministry! We are a second generation Korean-American English Ministry and a part of the Presbyterian Church of the United States of America. We are located in Somerset, New Jersey and you can find us at praiseem.org
 
This is a collaboration between the editors of Academic Emergency Medicine and the Brown University Emergency Medicine Residency Program. Each podcast offers a pre-publication look at a chosen article, with an interview with its corresponding author. Visit www.brownemblog.com (AEM Early Access section) to find the links to each article and other related educational materials.
 
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.
 
Podcast for Maricopa Emergency Medicine Residency in Phoenix, AZ, USA. See http://maricopaempodcast.blogspot.com/
 
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The fifth episode of the Fracture Season of PEM Currents, the Pediatric Emergency Medicine podcast focuses on fractures of the tibia and fibula, including the ankle. This episode also features a review of the neurovascular assessment of the lower extremity. I am now proud to offer CME through Cincinnati Children’s. To claim CME & ABP MOC Part 2 ...…
 
The fifth episode of the Fracture Season of PEM Currents, the Pediatric Emergency Medicine podcast focuses on fractures of the tibia and fibula, including the ankle. This episode also features a review of the neurovascular assessment of the lower extremity. I am now proud to offer CME through Cincinnati Children’s. To claim CME & ABP MOC Part 2 ...…
 
This is the 4th episode in the Fracture Season of PEM Currents. You will learn about carpal fractures – especially the dreaded scaphoid fracture, metacarpal fractures, and fractures of the phalanges. I am now proud to offer CME through Cincinnati Children’s. To claim CME & ABP MOC Part 2, visit Cincinnati Children’s Online Courses and search ‘P ...…
 
Selected References Barnard, et al. Rapid sequence induction of anaesthesia via the intraosseous route: a prospective observational study. Emerg Med J. 2014; Jun 24. pii: emermed-2014-203740. Jousi M, Saikko S, Nurmi J. Intraosseous blood samples for point-of-care analysis: agreement between intraosseous and arterial analyses. Scand J Trauma Re ...…
 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cQVKIpLc8bk Selected References Barnard, et al. Rapid sequence induction of anaesthesia via the intraosseous route: a prospective observational study. Emerg Med J. 2014; Jun 24. pii: emermed-2014-203740. Jousi M, Saikko S, Nurmi J. Intraosseous blood samples for point-of-care analysis: agreement between intraosse ...…
 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cQVKIpLc8bk Selected References Barnard, et al. Rapid sequence induction of anaesthesia via the intraosseous route: a prospective observational study. Emerg Med J. 2014; Jun 24. pii: emermed-2014-203740. Jousi M, Saikko S, Nurmi J. Intraosseous blood samples for point-of-care analysis: agreement between intraosse ...…
 
This episode in the Fracture Season of PEM Currents, the Pediatric Emergency Medicine podcast focuses on humerus fractures. The humerus is a super duper forgiving bone in pediatrics that almost never requires reduction or surgeries if there is a mid shaft or proximal shaft fracture. Don’t forget to listen to the Forearm and Wrist Episode if you ...…
 
This episode in the Fracture Season of PEM Currents, the Pediatric Emergency Medicine podcast focuses on elbow fractures. Did you know that the elbow has there joints? Did you know that supracondylar fractures can happen after a fall from something other than monkey bars? Don’t forget to listen to the Forearm and Wrist Episode if you’d like to ...…
 
Emergency departments (EDs) frequently care for patients who are homeless or unstably housed. One promising approach taken by the homeless services system is to provide interventions that attempt to prevent homelessness before it occurs. Experts have suggested that health care settings may be ideal locations to identify and intervene with patie ...…
 
We describe a novel GME fellowship in climate and health science policy, designed to train a new generation of clinicians to provide the necessary perspective and skills for effective leadership in this field.By Gita Pensa MD.
 
This summer, in honor of the 7th anniversary of PEMBlog and PEM Currents I will be releasing a mini-season of fracture focused podcasts. This episode focuses on radius and ulna fractures, including buckle, greenstick, physis and more! learn about the neurovascular assessment of the upper extremity and general management pearls for some of the m ...…
 
Provider efficiency has been reported in the literature but there is a lack of efficiency analysis among EM residents. This paper aims to compare efficiency of EM residents of different training levels and determine if EM resident efficiency is affected by ED overcrowding.By Gita Pensa MD.
 
Your eyes may fool you… Keep your differential diagnosis open. Selected References Aravindhan N, Chisholm DG. Sulfhemoglobinemia presenting as pulse oximetry desaturations. Anesthesiology. 2000;93:883–884. Gharahbaghian L et al. Methemoglobinemia and Sulfhemoglobinemia in Two Pediatric Patients after Ingestion of Hydroxylamine Sulfate. West J E ...…
 
Your eyes may fool you... Keep your differential diagnosis open. Selected References Aravindhan N, Chisholm DG. Sulfhemoglobinemia presenting as pulse oximetry desaturations. Anesthesiology. 2000;93:883–884. Gharahbaghian L et al. Methemoglobinemia and Sulfhemoglobinemia in Two Pediatric Patients after Ingestion of Hydroxylamine Sulfate. West J ...…
 
Your eyes may fool you... Keep your differential diagnosis open. Selected References Aravindhan N, Chisholm DG. Sulfhemoglobinemia presenting as pulse oximetry desaturations. Anesthesiology. 2000;93:883–884. Gharahbaghian L et al. Methemoglobinemia and Sulfhemoglobinemia in Two Pediatric Patients after Ingestion of Hydroxylamine Sulfate. West J ...…
 
Pay-for-performance (P4P) programs have been implemented in various forms to reduce emergency department (ED) patient length of stay (LOS). This retrospective study investigated to what extent the timing of patient disposition in Metro Vancouver EDs was influenced by a LOS-based P4P program.By Gita Pensa MD.
 
Failure to Thrive (FTT) is not just for the clinics. We need to be on the lookout, because if we find it, there is already a big problem. Definitions of Failure to Thrive may quibble on the details, but for us in the ED: Consistently under 2nd percentile in weight over time “Falling off” the growth curve over 2 or more points We can get around ...…
 
Failure to Thrive (FTT) is not just for the clinics. We need to be on the lookout, because if we find it, there is already a big problem. Definitions of Failure to Thrive may quibble on the details, but for us in the ED: Consistently under 2nd percentile in weight over time "Falling off" the growth curve over 2 or more points We can get around ...…
 
Failure to Thrive (FTT) is not just for the clinics. We need to be on the lookout, because if we find it, there is already a big problem. Definitions of Failure to Thrive may quibble on the details, but for us in the ED: Consistently under 2nd percentile in weight over time "Falling off" the growth curve over 2 or more points We can get around ...…
 
Discussing: "A cross-sectional analysis of compassion fatigue, burnout and compassion satisfaction in pediatric emergency medicine physicians in the US" This study examined the prevalence of compassion fatigue, burnout, and compassion satisfaction, and sought to identify potential personal and professional predictors of these phenomena in pedia ...…
 
Although lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) patients are ubiquitous in emergency medicine (EM), little education is provided to EM physicians on LGBT health care needs and disparities. There is also limited information on EM physician behavior, comfort, and attitudes toward LGBT patients. The objective of this study was to assess EM ...…
 
Three of my favorite letters in the Pediatric Emergency Department are S, V and T. This episode of PEM Currents, the Pediatric Emergency Medicine Podcast focus on the diagnosis and management of paroxysmal supraventricular tachycardia in the ED. I discuss preparation, vagal maneuvers, cardioversion, disposition and more! PEMBlog.com @PEMTweets ...…
 
No one ever wants to find himself in this situation. A factory explodes. A building catches fire. A multi-vehicle traffic collision. Or an act of terrorism. Very quickly, we have to scrap business as usual. We have to adapt to our new circumstances. Definition of a mass casualty incident (MCI): An incident which produces multiple casualties suc ...…
 
No one ever wants to find himself in this situation. A factory explodes. A building catches fire. A multi-vehicle traffic collision. Or an act of terrorism. Very quickly, we have to scrap business as usual. We have to adapt to our new circumstances. Definition of a mass casualty incident (MCI): An incident which produces multiple casualties suc ...…
 
No one ever wants to find himself in this situation. A factory explodes. A building catches fire. A multi-vehicle traffic collision. Or an act of terrorism. Very quickly, we have to scrap business as usual. We have to adapt to our new circumstances. Definition of a mass casualty incident (MCI): An incident which produces multiple casualties suc ...…
 
Capturing Emergency Department Discharge Quality With the Care Transitions Measure: A Pilot Study Dr. Chana Rich interviews Dr. Amber Sabbatini about this pilot study in the June issue of Academic Emergency Medicine.By Gita Pensa.
 
I never thought that this particular disease would make a comeback in the United States. But here we are. Measles. As of May 2019 there have been cases reported in over 20 states. Declining vaccine rates and international travel to areas with local measles epidemics have led to a sharp rise in the number of cases in the US. The goal of this epo ...…
 
Increased empathy may improve patient perceptions and outcomes. No training tool has been derived to teach empathy to emergency care providers. Dr. Pettit and her team engaged patients to assist in creating a concept map to teach empathy to emergency care providers.By Gita Pensa.
 
Overuse of head computed tomography (CT) for syncope has been reported. However, there is no literature synthesis on this overuse. The authors undertook a systematic review to determine the use and yield of head CT and risk factors for serious intracranial conditions among syncope patients. Dr. Gabe Gao interviews Drs. Viau and Thiruganasamband ...…
 
Myocarditis Caused by viruses, protozoa, bacteria, fungi, toxins, drugs, metabolic derangement, and autoimmune disease. Most common is viral etiology (50%). Common viral causes are enterovirus, parvovirus, and Human Herpes Simplex 6. Other emerging causes are adenovirus, Epstein-Barr virus, influenza, and parainfluenza. Signs and symptoms are o ...…
 
The objective of this study was to determine if there is a difference in procedural amnesia and adverse respiratory events (AREs) between the target sedation levels of moderate (MS) and deep (DS) procedural sedation. We discuss with lead author, Dr. Alexandra Schick, currently of Brown Emergency Medicine; study conducted at Hennepin County Medi ...…
 
Constipation is an incredibly common problem in the Pediatric Emergency Department and amongst children who visit the Emergency Department with complaints of abdominal pain. This episode of PEM Currents, the Pediatric Emergency Medicine podcast features an interview with Danny Mallon, a Gastroenterologist from Cincinnati Children’s @dannymallon ...…
 
SMACCForce: Prehospital Neurosurgery by Mark WilsonBy Mark Wilson.
 
SMACCForce: Prehospital Neurosurgery by Mark WilsonBy Mark Wilson.
 
SMACCMini: I am the DeciderBy Johnny Millar.
 
SMACCMini: I am the DeciderBy Johnny Millar.
 
SMACCMini: He's a bit different, he's a surgeon by Ross FisherBy Ross Fisher.
 
SMACCMini: He's a bit different, he's a surgeon by Ross FisherBy Ross Fisher.
 
SMACCMini: The snakes and ladders of paediatric DKA - how to win every time by Heather MurrayBy Heather Murray.
 
SMACCMini: The snakes and ladders of paediatric DKA - how to win every time by Heather MurrayBy Heather Murray.
 
SMACCMini: So you think you can dance? Play and purposeful skills in PEM by David KrieserBy David Krieser.
 
SMACCMini: So you think you can dance? Play and purposeful skills in PEM by David KrieserBy David Krieser.
 
Hardcore ICU: Critical Care game changersBy Rob MacSweeney.
 
Hardcore ICU: Critical Care game changersBy Rob MacSweeney.
 
Hardcore ICU: Talking to patients and their families about critical illnessBy Margaret Herridge.
 
Hardcore ICU: Talking to patients and their families about critical illnessBy Margaret Herridge.
 
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