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UnfilterED #6: Dr. Anton Helman

In this organic conversation, Nick and Dr. Helman establish a warm rapport early on as they discuss musical beginnings, life-changing mentors and the origins of Emergency Medicine Cases. Their banter includes Dr. Helman’s views on FOAMed and multimodal learning and treatment hacks learned on the frontlines of COVID-19.   Intro Music: Backbay Lounge Kevin MacLeod…

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A Typical Case of the Pandemic

a typical case of the pandemic Chief Complaint: Altered Mental Status HPI: 69-year-old male with history of diabetes brought in by his son to the emergency department with altered mental status. Patient is unresponsive and all history is from his son and chart review. Son reports that he had increasing shortness of breath and confusion…

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Naloxone Use to Reverse Opioid Overdose

Background Believe it or not, opioid overdose is the leading cause of death in Americans under the age of 50. That is a staggering statistic, but Naloxone (Narcan) is a drug that can reverse the effects of opioid overdose. The mechanism of Naloxone in vivo is believed to work by competitive antagonist activity at several…

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COVID-19 Digest: Airborne Transmission / Remdesivir (Recorded 4/14/20)

Hosts: Elizabeth Esty, MD & Dylan Luyten, MD In this episode of the COVID-19 Digest, we revisit the airborne vs droplet transmission debate and analyze a highly publicized study on Remdesivir from the New England Journal of Medicine. Research By: Tanisha Crosby-Attipoe & Nathan Novotny Sound Editing By: Stephen Bahmani Time Stamps: 0:00 – Numbers…

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On the Streets #4: Posterior Circulation Strokes

In part 2 of our interview with Dr. Adam Graham, Jordan takes a deep dive into posterior circulation strokes and how to identify them in the field.

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Podcast 554: Sleeping Away Alzheimer’s

Contributor: Dave Rosenberg, MD Educational Pearls: White noise is all the surrounding sound frequencies mixed together that your brain tunes down so you don’t get distracted while you’re sleeping Pink noise, or deep soothing noises, is the accentuated bass sounds like falling rain or waves crashing your brain keys into while sleeping. Brain electrical waves…

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COVID-19: Dr. Chris Holmes’ Intubation Shield

intubation shield from chris holmes on Vimeo. Long time listeners of EMM will recognize the voice of our friend and frequent contributor to the podcast, Dr. Chris Holmes, as he displays the creative genius and ingenuity of his COVID-19 Intubation Shield!

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COVID-19: Behind the Masks

Host: Elizabeth Esty, MD The circumstances that led to the national shortage in PPE for healthcare workers, the inspiring work of New Orleans med students to equip medical providers with PPE and the science behind personal use of cloth masks are all topics covered in this special edition of the Emergency Medical Minute. Research By:…

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TCA Overdose

tca OVERDOSE DISCUSSION: Background: Tricyclic antidepressants (TCA) were introduced in the 1950s to treat depression, but are now more commonly used as migraine prophylaxis and in the treatment of fibromyalgia, neuropathic pain, and obsessive-compulsive disorder. The shift away from using TCAs for depression was in large part due to the drug’s narrow therapeutic index, which…

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Podcast 553: Airway Management in the Hypoxic COVID-19 Patient(Recorded 4/3/20)

Contributor: Dylan Luyten, MD Educational pearls: Clinical management of COVID-19 is rapidly evolving, relying on case reports and clinical experience In just a month, the consensus around management of COVID patients with severe hypoxia has shifted from an early intubation strategy to other, non-invasive means Intubating early can quickly consume ventilator resources, require increased intensive…

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