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Podcast 656: Rashes

Contributor:  Peter Bakes, MD Educational Pearls: Lyme disease gives a single expanding target lesion with central clearing called erythema chronicum migrans Erythema multiforme is another targetoid rash that presents...

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Podcast 655: Hypothermia in Sepsis

Contributor: Adam Barkin, MD Educational Pearls: Fever is an adaptive response to infection, but elderly and immunocompromised patients may not be able to mount a hyperthermic response in sepsis...

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Podcast 654: Depression in COVID

Contributor:  Aaron Lessen, MD Educational Pearls: Survey study compared depression symptom prevalence in the United States at the beginning of COVID compared to data acquired by a similar survey...

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Podcast 653: Nitroglycerin Disimpaction

Contributor:  Ricky Dhaliwal, MD, JD Educational Pearls: Glucagon administered intravenously has a high rate of adverse events (nausea/vomiting) with very weak evidence NItroglycerin too has very limited evidence but...

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Podcast 652: Prosthetic Hip Dislocation

Contributor:  Jared Scott, MD Educational Pearls: While it is rare to have a native hip dislocation, it is relatively common to dislocate a prosthetic hip The mechanism for dislocation...

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Podcast 651: Hereditary Angioedema

Contributor:  Katie Sprinkel, MD Educational Pearls: Hereditary angioedema (HA) is an autosomal dominant bradykinin-mediated disease affecting the airway, skin or gastrointestinal tract and typically presents with swelling in the...

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Podcast 650: PNES

Contributor:  Katie Sprinkel, MD Educational Pearls: Psychogenic Non-Epileptic Seizures (PNES) are due to a psychogenic rather than an epileptic cause Despite common assumption, PNES are not always volitional  20-40%...

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Podcast 649: Normal Triage EKGs

Contributor:  Samuel Killian, MD Educational Pearls: Anecdotally, when the computer reads a triage EKG as normal it is most often normal One study tested this theory by examining 855...

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Podcast 648: Ivermectin for COVID-19

Contributor:  Aaron Lessen, MD Educational Pearls: Ivermectin is an antiparasitic medication that has been used for a long time, but has sparked new interest in the past year as...

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UnfilterED #12: Dr. Don Stader

If you listen to this podcast, then you’re probably familiar with our founder and frequent contributor, Dr. Donald Stader, and his fascination with the intersection of Emergency Medicine, opioids...

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Podcast 647: INR and Liver Failure

Contributor:  Erik Verzemnieks, MD Educational Pearls: INR measures the clotting cascade including factors II, VII, IX, and X Coumadin most commonly elevates the INR, and it is used to...

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Podcast 646: Thunderclap Headache, Think…RCVS?

Contributor:  Aaron Lessen, MD Educational Pearls: When evaluating a thunderclap headache, don’t forget RCVS! RCVS: reversible cerebral vasoconstriction syndrome Due to reversible spasms of cerebral blood vessels Can sometimes...

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Podcast 645: Necrotizing Enterocolitis and More

Contributor:  Peter Bakes, MD Educational Pearls: Necrotizing Enterocolitis (NEC) Presents in the first few days of life (often in the NICU) to 3 weeks old Risk factors include prematurity,...

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Podcast 644: Covid Outcomes

Contributor:  Aaron Lessen, MD Educational Pearls: Meta-analysis of 57,420 COVID+ patients evaluated mortality after intubation 45% mortality rate for all patients in the study 84.4% mortality in patients over...

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Podcast 643: Convulsions with Gastroenteritis

Contributor:  Jared Scott, MD Educational Pearls: Differential Diagnosis: non-accidental trauma, febrile seizure, meningitis, hyponatremia, epilepsy Convulsions with gastroenteritis is a known entity to cause seizures in infancy Predominantly occurs...

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Podcast 642: Vasopressors

  Contributor:  Nick Tsipis, MD Educational Pearls: Epinephrine: alpha-1, alpha-2, beta-1, and beta 2 agonist – used in cardiac arrest with positive effects on ROSC in prehospital and peri-hopsital...

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Podcast 641: Leadless Intracardiac Pacemaker

Contributor: Jared Scott, MD Educational Pearls: Small capsule pacemaker (2.5 cm, 1 ml volume) resides in the heart without any associated wires or leads like a traditional pacemaker The...

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Podcast 640: Kawasaki’s Disease

Contributor: Peter Bakes , MD Educational Pearls: Pediatric Fever + Rash Differential: scarlet fever, measles, rubella, chicken pox, fifth’s disease, HHV-6, adenovirus, anaphylaxis, Kawasaki’s disease Kawasaki’s is diagnosed clinically...

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Pharmacy Phriday #9: Xofluza (Baloxavir marboxil) for Influenza

Contributor: Rachael Duncan, PharmD BCPS Educational Pearls:  According to the Department of Public Health and Environment who puts out a weekly report on the influenza virus in Colorado, there...

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Mental Health Monthly #7: Urine Toxicology in the ED

This episode of Mental Health Monthly we will be discussing drugs screens in the Emergency Department with Dr. Justin Romano and Eddie Carillo. Dr. Justin Romano is a current...

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Podcast 639: Rib Fractures in the Elderly

Contributor: Aaron Lessen, MD Educational Pearls: Retrospective review of 5,021 patients over 65 with 2 or more  rib fractures recently published 3577 (78 %) were admitted to non-ICU setting...

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Podcast 638: Pyogenic Liver Abscess

Contributor: Aaron Lessen, MD Educational Pearls: Pyogenic liver abscesses can be caused by Intra-abdominal infection progressing to peritonitis which then drains into liver Bacteremia leading to hematogenous spead and...

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Podcast 637: LSD

Contributor: Katie Sprinkel, MD Educational Pearls: Commonly known as “acid,” LSD is seeing a resurgence in the population as a recreational hallucination Onset is about 30 minutes with peak...

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Podcast 636: May-Thurner Syndrome

Contributor: Sam Killian, MD Educational Pearls: iliac vein compression syndrome is also called May-Thurner Syndrome The left leg more frequently develops deep venous thrombosis (DVT) in part because about...

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Pharmacy Phriday #8: Atropine with Ketamine for Conscious Sedation of Pediatrics

Educational Pearls: Atropine has been shown to reduce hypersalivation as well as nausea and vomiting induced by ketamine sedation. Atropine can increase the occurrence of a transient rash, as...

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Podcast 635: Wide Complex Tachycardias

Contributor: Peter Bakes, MD Educational Pearls: Two main differentials for wide complex tachycardia (WCT) include ventricular tachycardia (most common) and supraventricular tachycardia with aberrancy Brugada syndrome and Wolff-Parkinson White...

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Podcast 634: D10 for Hypoglycemia

Contributor: Dylan Luyten, MD Educational Pearls: D10 may be a better alternative to D50 in correcting hypoglycemia Risks of D50:  Can cause extravasation injury Risk of rebound hypoglycemia D10...

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Podcast 633: Pathologic Femur Fractures   

Contributor: Jared Scott, MD Educational Pearls: Pathologic bone fractures occur due to weakened bones from chronic disease and with less force when compared to non-pathologic fractures Can be due...

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Podcast 632: Neonatal Jaundice  

Contributor: Jared Scott, MD Educational Pearls: Bilirubin is natural breakdown product of red blood cells but can be neurotoxic if levels become too high Fetal red blood cells are...

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Pharmacy Phriday #7: Bactrim Adverse Events

Contributor: Cheyenne Bean, PharmD Educational Pearls: Bactrim (TMP-SMX) is a sulfa antibiotic used for a number of infections but can have untoward effects. Hypoglycemia can be induced by the...

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Podcast 631: UK COVID-19 Variant

Contributor: Gretchen Hinson, MD Educational Pearls: Viruses mutate frequently and a new variant of COVID has been found in the United Kingdom. Mutations typically occur due to transcription errors...

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Podcast 630: Evolution of an STEMI

Contributor: Peter Bakes, MD Educational Pearls: Hyperacute T waves can occur immediately and typical last less than an hour Hyperacute T waves are typically broader than peaked T-waves, which...

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Podcast 629: Inferior STEMI

Contributor: Jared Scott, MD Educational Pearls: EKGs look at different angles, or vectors, of the heart’s electrical conduction as it travels through the heart. Knowing how to read these...

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Podcast 628: ST Elevation

Contributor: Peter Bakes, MD Educational Pearls: STEMI criteria is not just 1mm elevation in contiguous leads 1.5 mm in V2-V3 for women 2.0 mm in V2-V3 for men 2.5...

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Podcast 627: Oxygen Like It’s Hot

Contributor: Aaron Lessen, MD Educational Pearls: High flow nasal cannula (HFNC) has become more utilized with COVID pandemic Multiple studies have shown this method improves both oxygenation and ventilation...

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Pharmacy Phriday #6: Tik Tok Benadryl Challenge and Diphenhydramine Toxicity

Contributor: Ruben Marrero-Vasquez, PharmD Educational Pearls: ACEP and FDA have both issued warnings about the viral Tik Tok Benadryl (diphenhydramine) challenge where individuals voluntarily overdose on diphenhydramine which can...

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Mental Health Monthly #6: Suicide Assessment

EMM is excited to welcome back the hosts of Millennial Mental Health Channel podcast to explain the key points of a robust suicide assessment in the ED. Dr. Justin...

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Podcast 626: Updated Gonorrhea Treatment

Educational Pearls: The CDC has made new formal recommendations for treating Gonorrhea due to increasing resistance to Rocephin and Azithromycin. New recommendations: Confirmed gonorrhea: Ceftriaxone 500 mg once Empiric...

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Podcast 625: High Altitude Cerebral Edema (HACE)

Contributor: Tom Seibert, MD Educational Pearls: High altitude cerebral edema (HACE) is the end stage of acute mountain sickness and is diagnosed when patients develop neurologic dysfunction, ataxia, and...

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Podcast 624: Timing and Tips on Sepsis

Contributor: Don Stader, MD Educational Pearls: Time can be an important factor in outcomes regarding sepsis including mortality Emphasis has grown on early administration of antibiotics and IV fluids...

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Podcast 623: Acute Mountain Sickness

Contributor: Tom Seibert, MD Educational Pearls: Acute Mountain sickness (AMS) can cause headache along with fatigue, nausea, vomiting, insomnia Typically occurs above 6500 feet (not 65,000) in elevation   Acclimation...

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Podcast 622: High Altitude Pulmonary Edema (HAPE)

Contributor: Thomas Seibert, MD Educational Pearls: High Altitude Pulmonary Edema (HAPE) typically occurs 2-4 days after arriving at elevation Symptoms include: Fatigue Dyspnea Cough Treatment includes: Descent to lower...

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Podcast 621: Pediatric Psychosis

Contributor: Aaron Lessen, MD Educational Pearls: Schizophrenia typically doesn’t present until age 13 and has a prodrome Prodrome includes months of gradual changes in behavior, starting with negative symptoms...

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Pharmacy Phriday #5: COVID-19 Vaccine for Pregnant Women

Contributors: Rachael Duncan, PharmD and Sean McCullough, PharmD Educational Pearls: A 2019 Report by the National Women’s Law Center: Most common occupations for pregnant workers are elementary and middle...

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Podcast 620: Prolactin and Seizures

  Contributor: Aaron Lessen, MD Educational Pearls: Serum prolactin levels can be used to help differentiate epileptic seizures from non-epileptic seizures It is also released and elevated after epileptic...

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Podcast 619: Other Uses for Zyprexa

Contributor: Don Stader, MD Educational Pearls: Zyprexa (olanzapine) is a second generation antipsychotic with multiple other uses Excellent for treating nausea in patients undergoing chemotherapy or with THC hyperemesis...

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Podcast 618: Treating Opiate Side Effects

Contributor: Don Stader, MD Educational Pearls: Majority of patients experience side effects while taking opioids Most common include nausea/vomiting, puriitis, constipation; more severe and less common include respiratory depression,...

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Podcast 617: Masks and Understanding Data

Contributor: Peter Bakes, MD Educational Pearls: Recent study looked at if mask wearing protects the mask wearer from infection This group found 1.8% of mask wearers got COVID while...

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Pharmacy Phriday #4: mRNA Vaccines

Contributor: Rachael Duncan, PharmD Educational Pearls:  ED visits nationwide declined by 42% in April 2020 compared to the same time in 2019 largely due to the fear of the...

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Mental Health Monthly #5: Borderline Personality Disorder

For this episode of Mental Health Monthly, EMM is honored to collaborate with the hosts of Millennial Mental Health Channel podcast to explain Borderline Personality Disorder and tips to...

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Podcast 616: MDIs for the Win

Contributor: Aaron Lessen, MD Educational Pearls: Contrary to many assumptions, meter-dose inhalers (MDIs) are as effective as nebulizers in pediatric and adult patients Nebulizers are associated with higher rates...

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Podcast 615: Pediatric DKA

Contributor: Ryan Circh, MD Educational Pearls: Diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA) can be the initial presenting condition of undiagnosed diabetes type I in pediatric patients Unlike adults, children typically need less...

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Podcast 614: Perichondritis

Contributor: Nick Tsipis, MD Educational Pearls: Perichondritis involves infection of not only the connective tissue of the ear but typically the cartilage as well Symptoms include erythema, ear pain,...

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Podcast 613: Spontaneous Bacterial Peritonitis

  Contributor: Sam Killian, MD Educational Pearls: Spontaneous bacterial peritonitis (SBP) is an infection of peritoneal fluid that typically occurs in cirrhotic patients Symptoms may include abdominal pain, fever,...

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Pharmacy Phriday #3: Drug Shortages in COVID

Contributor: Rachael Duncan, PharmD Educational Pearls:  Drug shortages have been an issue since the 2000’s. Improvement was being made; however, several factors have exacerbated the drug supply more recently....

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UnfilterED #11: Dr. Ricky Dhaliwal

Dr. Tsipis sits down with colleague Dr. Ricky Dhaliwal for some insightful conversation regarding the differences between academic and community settings as well as the various roles of advocacy...

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Podcast 612: Origin of Vaccines

Contributor: Dave Rosenberg, MD Educational Pearls: The potential of vaccinations was first observed in the late 1600s when Jenner observed people who had cowpox never contracted smallpox, so he...

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Podcast 611: Flu Season in the time of COVID

Contributor: Chris Holmes, MD Educational Pearls: During a typical flu season positive rates of flu tests run around ~20% Surveillance data from Australia, South Africa, and Chile showed remarkably...

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Podcast 610: Swimmers Itch

Contributor: John Winkler, MD Educational Pearls: Swimmers itch is due to a flatworm parasitic infection that causes an itchy rash after the worm burrows into the skin The flatworm...

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Podcast 609: Kratom

Contributor: Nick Hatch, MD Educational Pearls: Kratom is derived from the evergreen tree sharing the same name, found in Southeast Asia Kratom is legal is most regions Adverse effects...

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Podcast 608: Another Elevated Lactate?

Contributor: Jared Scott, MD Educational Pearls: Lactate is a byproduct of anaerobic metabolism or tissue hypoperfusion Though typically associated with severe sepsis, hyperlactatemia can be caused by vigorous exercise,...

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Podcast 607: Is Pain the Enemy?

Contributor: Don Stader, MD Educational Pearls: Pain is ubiquitous in the emergency department but it is not the enemy – suffering is Nociception is the ability to feel noxious...

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Pediatric Emergencies Brewcast: Common Respiratory Conditions in Pediatric Patients

Emergency Medical Minute collaborated with CarePoint Health in early March for a night of education on Pediatric Emergencies geared towards mid-level providers at a local Denver brewery for our...

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Podcast 606: The Oxygen Wars

Contributor: Aaron Lessen, MD Educational Pearls: The use of oxygen is controversial when treating patients with certain conditions, like MI’s, stokes, or ARDS because adverse outcomes have been demonstrated...

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Podcast 605: Acute Limb Ischemia

Contributor: Peter Bakes, MD Educational Pearls: Classically presents with the 6Ps: Pain, pallor, paresthesia, pulseless, poikilothermia (cold), and paralysis Acute limb ischemia occurs by embolic or thrombotic causes Thrombotic...

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On the Streets #9: Advanced Applications of Capnography

Capnography is the measurement of the partial pressure of exhaled CO2 and is an indirect measurement of your cellular respiration. It is displayed visually as a block-like waveform during...

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Podcast 604: Baclofen Withdrawal

Contributor: Erik Verzemnieks, MD Educational Pearls: Baclofen is used to treat muscle spasms or spasticity. Baclofen comes in two forms: oral and intrathecal Withdrawal is much more common with...

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Podcast 603: Don’t Sedate. Block.

Contributor: Don Stader, MD Educational Pearls: Fractures and dislocations that require reduction do not necessarily require sedation  Nerve blocks are an effective alternative that can provide analgesia to reduce...

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Podcast 602: Post-Narcan Observation

Contributor: Donald Stader, MD Educational Pearls: Not uncommon for patients presenting after opiate overdose and narcan administration to be observed for 4-6 hours This has been based more on...

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Podcast 601: Droperidol

Contributor: Sam Killian, MD Educational Pearls: Droperidol (Inapsine) is an antipsychotic drug with efficacy for  nausea, vomiting, headaches, and treating agitation In the early 2000’s, Droperidol received a black...

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Podcast 600: Penicillin Allergy?

Contributor: Aaron Lessen, MD Educational Pearls: True allergies to penicillin compared to reported allergies from patients ranges around 10% Recent study took patients undergoing sensitivity tests and developed the...

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Podcast 599: Facial Blocks for the Win

Contributor: Don Stader, MD Educational Pearls: Local anesthetics injected directly into wounds can cause distortion – especially important in facial lacerations Several blocks can be helpful to help numb...

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UnfilterED #10: Debi Smith

General Counsel attorney, Debi Smith, joins Dr. Nick Tsipis to discuss the ins and outs of healthcare law. Many people forget that a subpoena only compels attendance to a...

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Podcast 598: Sepsis, Round One

Contributor: Aaron Lessen, MD Educational Pearls: Early antibiotics have been shown to improve outcomes in septic patients time after time Emerging evidence challenges the concept of one-size-fits-all large fluid...

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Podcast 597: Weather Can be a Headache

  Contributor: Sam Killian, MD Educational Pearls: One study found that patients presented with headaches more frequently when there was high temperatures and low humidity, while higher humidity is...

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Pediatric Emergencies Brewcast: Pediatric Trauma

Emergency Medical Minute collaborated with CarePoint Health in early March for a night of education on Pediatric Emergencies at a local Denver brewery for our latest Brewcast. Pediatric patients...

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Podcast 595: Peripheral Vasopressors

Contributor: Aaron Lessen, MD Educational Pearls: Traditional teaching has shied away from using vasopressors through peripheral IVs Tissue necrosis from extravasation is cited as a risk of use of...

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Podcast 594: Smoking. Still Bad

Contributor: Don Stader, MD Educational Pearls: On average, smoking reduces life expectancy by 13.2 years for men and for 14.5 years for women Nicotine is highly addictive and has...

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On The Streets #8: Limb Injury and Preservation

Dr. Glenda Quan, esteemed Trauma Surgeon at Swedish Medical Center, discusses cases related to limb injury and reviews their management.  Topics include proper tourniquet application as well as alternatives...

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Podcast 593: Topicalization for Awake Intubations

Contributor: Ricky Dhaliwal, MD, JD Educational Pearls: Topical anesthetization can allow for an awake intubation, which substantially decreases chance of loss of airway or respiratory drive because sedatives/paralytics are...

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Podcast 592: TXA for GIB

Contributor: Ricky Dhaliwal, MD, JD Educational Pearls: Tranexamic acid (TXA) as shown to have mortality benefit to patients with traumatic GI hemorrhage but should it be used to achieve...

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Podcast 592:  Rapid Antihypertensives

Contributor: Ramnik Dhaliwal, MD, JD Educational Pearls: Nitrates Nitroprusside: becomes effective in under a minute, and becomes ineffective 10 minutes after stopping it.  Nitroprusside can metabolize into cyanide leading...

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Podcast 591: Pediatric Documentation Pearls

Emergency Medical Minute collaborated with CarePoint Health in early March for a night of education on Pediatric Emergencies at a local Denver brewery for our latest Brewcast. Pediatric patients require...

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Pharmacy Phriday #2: Penicillin and Cephalosporin Allergies

The penicillin and cephalosporin drug classes include many first line drug options for infectious disease although high rates of self-reported allergies may cause physicians to seek alternative options. In...

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Mental Health Monthly #4: Trauma, Loss and Grief in First Responders Heightened by COVID-19

Trauma and loss are common issues faced by emergency personnel and first responders. These challenges have since been heightened by the COVID-19 pandemic. On this installment of Mental Health...

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Podcast 590: Esophageal Food Impactions

Contributor: Aaron Lessen, MD Educational Pearls: Carbonated beverages have shown efficacy in helping patients spontaneously pass esophageal food impactions Glucagon, while historically used for treatment, has been shown to...

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Podcast 589:  Management of Dental Trauma

Contributor: Peter Bakes, MD Educational Pearls: Dental fractures are described by the Ellis classifications, which are based on the involvement of layers of the teeth: Ellis I: involvement of...

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Pharmacy Friday #1: Antibiotic Alternatives to Fluoroquinolones for Infectious Disease

Welcome to EMM’s first Pharmacy Friday where we dive deeper on a certain pharmacological topic as it pertains to emergency medicine. Dr. Rachael Duncan, Emergency Medicine Clinical Pharmacist, joins...

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Buprenorphine after Naloxone

EMM would like to extend a large thank you to the Pain Management and Addiction Medicine section of the American College of Emergency Physicians for allowing us to post...

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Podcast 588: Esmolol for Refractory Ventricular Fibrillation

Contributor: Ricky Dhaliwal, MD, JD Educational Pearls: Ventricular Fibrillation (VF) is a potentially fatal cardiac arrhythmia; Refractory VF even more so Epinephrine stimulates alpha and beta receptors which increase...

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Podcast 587:  Puppies Preventing Burnout?

Contributor: Jared Scott, MD Educational Pearls: Burnout happens. This study reminds us to take a few minutes on shift to take care of yourself. A new study looked at...

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On the Streets #7: Burns in the Pre-Hospital and ED Setting

Burns are low-volume, high-acuity injuries that require special attention and care from the pre-hospital team to the Emergency Department and finally to a dedicated burn unit and ICU. As...

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Podcast 586:  Toxic Shock Syndrome

Contributor: Don Stader, MD Educational Pearls: Toxic shock syndrome (TSS) is a rare cause of shock typically caused by Staph aureus or Strep pyogenes, that produces a toxin that...

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Podcast 585:  You Sure You Want Colchicine for Gout?

Contributor: Don Stader, MD Educational Pearls: Gout is an arthritis caused by the deposition of urate crystals into the joint space Colchicine works by disrupting microtubules and prevents white...

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Podcast 584:  Ketamine for Depression and Suicidality 

Contributor: Jared Scott, MD Educational Pearls: Suicide is currently the 10th leading cause of death in the US  Low quality studies have reported ketamine as a potential promising agent...

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Podcast 583:  Raise Your Hands if You Have Carpal Tunnel Syndrome   

Contributor: Aaron Lessen, MD Educational Pearls: Hand raising test: a simple but effective tool to diagnose carpal tunnel  Patients hold their hands over their head and if symptoms of...

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Podcast 582: Gadolinium – The Contrast of MRI

Contributor: Michael Hunt, MD Educational Pearls: Contrast agents are commonly used for X-rays and CT’s to better characterize disease, but contrast doesn’t work with MRI. That’s where the element...

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Podcast 581:  Alcohol Complications

Contributor: Don Stader, MD Educational Pearls: Altered mental status/confusion are major symptoms associated with both alcohol use and withdrawal. Wernicke’s encephalopathy is a triad of symptoms of confusion, internuclear...

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On The Streets #6: Artificial Intelligence Detection for LVOs

Meet Michelle Whaley, Clinical Nurse Specialist and Stroke Program Coordinator at Sky Ridge Medical Center in Lone Tree, Colorado. Jordan and Michelle discuss advances in Artificial Intelligence technology in...

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Podcast 580:  Origin of PPE  

Contributor: Michael Hunt, MD Educational Pearls: PPE, or personal protective equipment, has become a major talking point since the emergence of the novel coronavirus (COVID 19). While ubiquitous now,...

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Podcast 579:  Yersinia Pestis

Contributor: Don Stader, MD Educational Pearls: Yersinia Pestis is the bacteria that caused the black plague. It was first discovered to be the cause of the bubonic plague in...

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Podcast 578: Brown-Sequard Syndrome 

Author: Eric Miller, MD Educational Pearls: Brown-Sequard Syndrome is a neurological deficit that results from hemisection of the spinal cord  This is usually from traumatic injury (blunt or penetrating),...

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Podcast 577:  Immunotherapies

Contributor: Don Stader, MD Educational Pearls: Checkpoint inhibition normally helps our body detect abnormal cells and terminate it but cancerous cells often are able to avoid this countermeasure Monoclonal...

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UnfilterED #9: Dr. Steven Bradley

Dr. Steven Bradley is an active duty U.S. Naval officer practicing as a Staff Anesthesiologist in Virginia where also resides on the Medical Ethics Committee for his hospital. He...

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Podcast 576: Status Epilepticus Drugs

Author: Charlene Gnisci Melton, PharmD Educational Pearls: Status Epilepticus is defined as continuous seizure activity for >5 minutes, or 2 or more seizures without full return to consciousness between...

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 Podcast 575:  Light on the Sedation

Contributor: Aaron Lessen, MD Educational Pearls: Studies have shown that patients who are under deeper sedation in the ICU have worse outcomes. Recent study compared lighter vs heavier sedation...

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Epidemic Meets Pandemic #4: The Patient Perspective

This limited series will investigate how the nation’s opioid epidemic has been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Over the course of this series, we will hear from a harm...

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Epidemic Meets Pandemic #3: The Law Enforcement Perspective

This limited series will investigate how the nation’s opioid epidemic has been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Over the course of this series, we will hear from a harm...

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Epidemic Meets Pandemic #2: The Addiction Medicine Perspective

This limited series will investigate how the nation’s opioid epidemic has been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Over the course of this series, we will hear from a harm...

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