Archive for category Annals of Emergency Medicine
Right on time…. Apologies for delay everyone, holidays put a spell on the audio equipment, it seems. Audio is now posted!
-Imaging foreign bodies: Everything you’ve ever wanted to know
-Chest CT occult traumatic injury findings, a study
-Low risk chest pain scoring systems: how do they stack up in one cohort?
-ED a Fib management and quality of life: FINALLY, a study that asks the right question!!!
-30 day mortality after A fib management in the ED: deriving a risk score
And lots lots more. Check it out, January coming soon….
Posted! Highlights include:
-Identifying barriers to detecting child abuse
-Cost advantages of the ‘Low Risk Ankle Rule’
-Crowding in the ED, associations with outcomes after discharge
-Jet injector for venipuncture pain in kids
-Everything you wanted to know about how the ACA affects EM
-Vent management 101 – back to basics
And way more, as always.
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Once again, the podcast/audio is full of good stuff.
-ED prescriptions for warfarin and long term use: remarkable adherence benefits?
-Nitrates in aortic stenosis — another myth busted?
-Review of d-dimer for detecting aortic dissection
-Steroids in anaphylaxis: not helping?
-Cricothyrotomy in the recently deceased
-Caring better for LGBT patients
And more, more, more.
Let us know what you think, email any time, and enjoy ACEP 2015!
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.
Until next time, email any time at firstname.lastname@example.org,
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…
Email any time, let us know what you think!
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!
Happy holidays to all and email any time,