Category Archives: Podcasts
As interview with podcast and blogging grandmaster Mark Crislip, MD on vaccinology and influenza. Continue reading
Direct Download The list of potential badness in the pregnant patient with right lower quadrant pain is long and distinguished, but it often comes down to a simple question, “Does this patient have appendicitis?” The subtext of this question is, … Continue reading
Hyphema Direct Download Written Summary: Justin Arambasick MD Akron General Medical Center Photo from Life in the Fast Lane Hyphema: blood in the anterior chamber of the eye. It may appear as a reddish … Continue reading
It’s deeply rooted medical dogma that spinal tap needs to follow a negative CT when evaluating patients for subarachnoid hemorrhage. New literature has come out to challenge that idea. We talk with Scott Weingart of emcrit.org and Ryan Radecki of … Continue reading
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The propofol assassins. US vs CT for appy. Defensive documentation. Can you really be allergic to iodine?
ERCAST Rant-Off 2011 CLICK HERE FOR AUDIO DIRECT DOWNLOAD It’s open mike time for whatever get’s your goat (in medicine, that is). Featured rants… Cliff Reid of resus.me: The Propofol Assassins Dave Peaslee: “Do you know what medicines … Continue reading
It’s one of the most common fractures we see in the ED, but how important is it to get a perfect reduction? Is it even worthwhile to try? There are arguments on both sides of that question. Pro -Anecdotally, pain … Continue reading
The lowdown on hypertension… HTN should be straightforward, so why is it confusing? Part of the problem is terminology. Shayne and Pitts got it right in 2003 when they made sense of classifying different hypertensive scenarios. What in the world do … Continue reading
Comments, Rants, Australian accent? Ercast google voice line 503-208-5680 Consult with electrophysiologist Randy Jones MD Is there a limit to the number of cardioversions a patient can have in a year? -No limit -if a patient comes into the ED for … Continue reading