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Trauma Is A Journey #3 What’s In Your Jump Kit

High in the mountains of Colorado, a crew of unsuspecting docs stumble upon the EMS scene of a head-on collision after an arduous mountain bike ride. Trauma is a Journey is a four part rural trauma mini series that recounts this tale as this group springs into action to assist the EMS crews dealing with…

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Trauma is a Journey #2 The Complete Antidote to Burnout

High in the mountains of Colorado, a crew of unsuspecting docs stumble upon the EMS scene of a head-on collision after an arduous mountain bike ride. Trauma is a Journey is a four part rural trauma mini series that recounts this tale as this group springs into action to assist the EMS crews dealing with…

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Trauma is a Journey #1 Setting the Scene

High in the mountains of Colorado, a crew of unsuspecting docs stumble upon the EMS scene of a head-on collision after an arduous mountain bike ride. Trauma is a Journey is a four part rural trauma mini series that recounts this tale as this group springs into action to assist the EMS crews dealing with…

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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 computer-read EKGS (222 of which were read as normal) Two cardiologists reviewed these 222 normal EKGs and only found 13 EKGs that were slightly abnormal with…

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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 a potential treatment for COVID-19 In-vitro studies have shown it decreases how quickly COVID replicates and may make it less likely to adhere to cells Observational…

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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 and Addiction Medicine. He is board certified in both specialties and is an active clinician in the ED that is constantly working to improve systems of…

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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 monitor the anticoagulant’s effectiveness Liver failure can cause a similar elevation in the INR due to lack of synthesis of factors II, VII, IX, X An…

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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 be seen on CTA or MRA, but often the imaging is normal and formal angiograms only occasionally show it It can be caused by medications, intense…

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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, excess feeding, neonatal sepsis Pneumatosis Intestinalisis on abdominal xray caused by bacterial translocation into the bowel wall Treated with NG tube, bowel rest and surgical resection…

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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 80 years old POSITIONED Trail assessed need for intubation in patients awake self-proning compared to not Risk of intubation and mortality was lower for those self-proning…

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