Archive for category Annals of Emergency Medicine
September Annals Audio is posted here, check it out:
-Ketamine v morphine for pain
-Is droperidol safe for agitation… the unsurprising answer
-Opiates in the ED: 1) the patient perspective, 2) ED prescribing patterns
-Contrast-induced kidney injury, and one year outcomes
-Ebola triage and decision aid, transport of Ebola patients, and ED Ebola processes
and, as always, much much more.
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The August episode of the Annals Audio/Podcast is now available here. Highlights include:
-Color coding pediatric resuscitation syringes: a new (i.e. better) way
-Oral contrast in peds abdominal trauma: worthwhile or worthless?
-Antibiotics only for peds appendicitis: the literature
-Vital signs at handoff — “Forgot to mention: he’s hypotensive…”
-H Pylori testing in the ED
-Tackling smoking in the ED, a RCT: it worked
-QT prolongation in antipsychotic overdose: less common than we thought?
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July podcast/audio is now posted, check it out. Highlights:
-Self-care barriers for CHF patients: are most ED visits inevitable?
-Communication between doctor and patient surrounding ACS admissions: there isn’t much…
-Is the Golden Hour still golden?
-Boston bombings: preventing future IT problems that affected response
-HIV ‘care continuum': is it being respected in the ED?
And much much more. Email any time at firstname.lastname@example.org,
Posted and available, right here. Highlights:
-Children who bounce back with meningitis or sepsis: a review
-Rapid administration of ketamine, quick-on/quick-off?
-ED use among patient-centered medical home participants
-ED use among young adults after the Affordable Care Act
-Intercepting wrong-patients orders in a CPOE system
Plus snapshot reviews, a game changing Steve Green editorial, and more….
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This month’s Annals is loaded with useful clinical info:
-Pediatric c-spines in blunt trauma
-Intranasal ketamine v fentanyl: grudge match
-Can depilatories dissolve more than hair?
-Ultrasound for pediatric forearm fracture reduction
-Presyncope in the ED: first high quality data set
-Tourniquet use and mortality in military settings: surprise?
-Beta-blockers in MI: again??
And much more…
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Apologies for lateness, but this one is juicy. Check it out here.
– After an ED visit for A fib, who should be anticoagulated——and who gets the adverse event?
– Clinical Policy: aortic dissection in the ED
– GAME CHANGER — Ketamine and ICP, a systematic review
– NEW SERIES — Expert Management: Managing propofol-induced hypoventilation
– Plain x-rays for pelvis fractures: they sometimes miss
– Geriatrics: Malnutrition in older ED patients
And much much more,
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The December (ie holiday) issue of the podcast is up and running, so check it out. Highlights include:
-Diagnosing diagnosis: a video based study of how EPs make diagnoses
-Flexible bed usage in the ED, finding the sweet spot
-Patient satisfaction and operational characteristics in an ED: IMPORTANT associations
-RCT of antidote for latrodectism (widow spider bite poisoning)
And much much more!
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Annals November podcast is posted for all to hear! Keep the feedback coming, and THANK YOU.
This month look out for:
-LEAN process for reducing ED LOS
-Case law on EMTALA and psych emergencies
-Press Gainey scores and ED analgesics: not what they thought
-Randomized trial of anti-emetics: no better than placebo???
and much much more!
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Click here to get the shiny new October issue of the audio/podcast for Annals of EM.
-Patient satisfaction: is it a marker of quality care? NOPE
-Pediatric appendicitis: can EPs accurately use bedside sono?
-Navigating online EM resources: 5 tips
-Steroids for bronchiolitis: yes or no
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ps We forgot to post it on Central Line, but Sept is up as well — download and listen, it’s a good one.
Check out the August audio here. New format! More clinician-focused than ever. Highlights include:
-ED visits and healthcare reform in Massachusetts: what happens when more people become insured?
-Chest pain risk tolerance: does anyone know what they’re talking about?
-Pediatric minor head injury: we found the rule you should be using….
-MOLST/POLST: get to know it — this changes everything.
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