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Welcome to the All NYC EM Podcast! The All NYC EM Conference was started in 2011 by Kaushal Shah, then Associate Program Director at Elmhurst Hospital. The All NYC EM committee was subsequently formed from APDs around the city. The goal of the group was to bring high-quality conferences to the EM residents in New York City and encourage residents to collaborate and form professional relationships. With the All NYC EM Podcast, we endeavor to bring the amazing talks from our conferences to Eme ...
 
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Have you ever wondered about how initiating ECMO changes the cardiovascular physiology? Have you wondered what metrics you should be looking at when resuscitating a patient that has a beating heart and a ECMO flow? Dr. Sage Whitmore, an ED Intensivist from Nashville with ECMO training from UMichigan, leads us through the basic to the tough question…
 
This week I share a pretty spectacular case where Dr. Rob Farrow et al present a patient in whom bedside ultrasound helped appropriately disposition the patient (check out the article here). My two favorite pearls for this are the fact that patients that have symptoms suspicious of COVID also can have other diseases (like heart attacks and PEs) AND…
 
Have you ever wondered how you would crash someone onto VV ECMO? Have you ever wondered where is the best place to put the cannulas? Have stayed up late at night wondering which patients in your department could benefit from VV rather than VA ECMO? Then this is the episode for you!! After a few recent cases of crash VV ECMO in our hospital, we have…
 
This week I get the pleasure of sitting down (virtually) with Dr. Claire Heslop, a phenomenal educator and Emergency Physician in Toronto, Canada. We chat about a few of our choicest machine/patient/sonographer optimization tips. Check out the top pearls below: Make sure you have the right probe and have the ultrasound machine in the best setting f…
 
A few months ago I had a wonderful conversation with Scott Weingart regarding the RUSH exam (which he invented) and the sonographic diagnosis of cardiac tamponade. If you'd like to hear Scotts 2019 update on the RUSH exam, click here. This week I'm cross-posting our interview where he asked me about how to diagnose this at the bedside. Check it out…
 
In this weeks podcast Jacob speaks with Zack Risler, who is the Director of Ultrasound Education for the residents at Thomas Jefferson in Philadelphia. Zack and I are both on the Ultrasound GEL podcast and a few months ago we started talking about our thoughts on resident education and decided to share it with you all! Enjoy! If you are interested …
 
This week we keep our basics series up and running! A few months ago I had the privilege of speaking at the Tennessee American College of Emergency Physicians Scientific Assembly and the talk I gave was entitled "Top Five Bedside Ultrasound Applications". Instead of a traditional "Top Five", I gave the two most life altering (COPD vs CHF and aortic…
 
This week I share with you a conversation that Dr. Kat Ogle and I had on medical education with emphasis on bedside ultrasound teaching. We recorded this on location in Cartagena, Colombia while doing some workshops for the Developing EM conference. This podcast will be the first in a series of podcasts on education since we are fortunate enough to…
 
This week, Drs. Lindsay Reardon and Peter Weimersheimer talk to us about a case of shortness of breath they had in their community shop that ended up being a life-threatening pathology that was caught early enough to avoid the patient decompensating. Next week, we're publish part 2 of the podcast where we speak with the cardiologist on the case. In…
 
This month we tackle a number of topics. Garrett Sterling is back again with Zack to talk about cutting edge resuscitation, ECMO, and the interplay between the two. Dual sequential defibrillation, CT after ECMO initiation, should you perform bystander CPR in the era of Covid, some US ECMO data, and an awesome 3D modeling for ECPR training models. A…
 
Pediatric patients with suspicion of congenital heart abnormalities can be very intimidating! In this week's podcast Jacob speaks with one of our pediatric POCUS experts regarding congenital heart abnormalities and how the average provider might be able to evaluate them. Your point-of-care exam should never replace a cardiology-performed echo, but …
 
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