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Drs. Pescatore and Raja talk about palliative care teams in the ED for COVID-19 patients, figuring out whether patients want a full code, and how you should stop using TXA for GI bleeds, even though Dr. Pescatore supported its use two years ago. Find the Lancet article they discuss at https://www.thelancet.com/journals/lancet/article/PIIS0140-6736(…
 
Drs. Raja and Pescatore explore two studies: One compares colchicine with naproxen for relieving gout pain (read the study here: https://bit.ly/2QKwEXD), and the other examines the use of coloring books for alleviating anxiety in adults waiting in the ED (read the study here: https://bit.ly/33HCY7D).…
 
Drs. Raja and Pescatore at first made fun of a recommendation of antibiotics for low back pain, but now think it’s mind-blowing stuff. Listen in as they discuss that and new updates for CA-pneumonia that will change what you do in the ED.By By Richard Pescatore, DO, & Ali Raja, MD
 
Drs. Raja and Pescatore sing the praises of A-lines in cardiac arrest, rail about a New Jersey rule requiring EMS to give buprenorphine in the field, and debate risk stratification for PE. Listen in as they cover the game-changers for emergency medicine practice.By By Richard Pescatore, DO, & Ali Raja, MD
 
Does honey prevent burns in kids who swallow button batteries? Drs. Pescatore and Raja have a surprising answer. They also talk about using vasopressors in cardiogenic shock and regional anesthesia for rib fractures. Plus Dr. Pescatore interviews Mark Ramzy, MD, an emergency medicine resident at Drexel University, about double external defibrillati…
 
Drs. Raja and Pescatore admit it’s cool to do hands-on defibrillation, but does that mean you should do it? They also talk about a new device to treat CO poisoning when the hyperbaric chamber isn’t available, and whether EPs should be cardioverting every AF patient.By By Richard Pescatore, DO, & Ali Raja, MD
 
What’s the common thread among the topics Drs. Pescatore and Raja tackle this month? Tune in to find out when they talk about patients who want a second opinion in the ED, apneic preoxygenation, and techniques for shoulder reduction.By By Richard Pescatore, DO, & Ali Raja, MD
 
Dr. Raja rants about the Rhode Island EPs who are being blamed for the flaws in their hospital’s EMR, Dr. Pescatore fumes about how saying children aren’t little adults creates problems, and they discuss the nuances of the high-flow nasal cannula for patients in respiratory distress. They top that off with an interview with emergency medicine pain …
 
Drs. Raja and Pescatore are in sync about the HEART score for patients with chest pain and when it’s OK to use nonsterile gloves for lacerations, and but they lock horns a little over loop drainage. Tune in to their latest podcast for that and an interview with medical student Joshua Niforatos, a medical student with an interesting background and a…
 
Drs. Pescatore and Raja say antibiotics are not the panacea you think they are for appendicitis, they talk about how EPs can help patients with opioid use disorder by starting medication-assisted treatment in the ED, and much more!By By Richard Pescatore, DO, & Ali Raja, MD
 
Drs. Raja and Pescatore admit they’re scared and know you are too. Listen in to hear their ideas for lessening their own anxiety about diagnosing pulmonary embolism in pregnancy and treating patients who used cannabinoids laced with superwarfarins. They also talk about a truly portable handheld ultrasound machine that will probably soon be standard…
 
Drs. Pescatore and Raja provide news you can use in your practice right now! Listen in to hear their takes on these hot topics: - Do you really need to send a troponin for your asymptomatic afib patient with RVR? What happens when it comes back elevated? - The obstruction series’ sensitivity is 30-50 percent for obstruction and worse for anything e…
 
Drs. Pescatore and Raja provide news you can use in your practice right now! Listen in to hear their takes on these hot topics: Probiotics and Antibiotics: Should you give probiotics to a patient you gave antibiotics? Theevidence is overwhelming! Corneal Abrasions and Topical Anesthetics: Worried about sending your corneal abrasion patients home wi…
 
Drs. Pescatore and Raja discuss procalcitonin for guiding antibiotic cessation, what to do about ED patients with asymptomatic hypertension, and why you should learn about REBOA. Keep listening after their talk for Dr. Pescatore’s interview with Amy Ho, MD, and why she says “The Resident” isn’t as bad as you think.…
 
Dr. Pescatore and Ms. Roberts talk about what’s coming up in the June issue, including an article Dr. Pescatore says is the best article he ever read in EMN. Hint: Graham Walker, MD, wrote it. PLUS an also interview with Seth Collings Hawkins, MD, about how dry drowning is just not a thing. And much more!…
 
Ms. Roberts, Dr. Pescatore, and special guest James Roberts, MD, talk about what’s coming up in the May issue, but also interview noted emergency physician Jerry Hoffman, MD, about the controversial article in the NY Times about tPA. And much more!By By Richard Pescatore, DO, & Ali Raja, MD
 
Ms. Roberts and Dr. Pescatore not only dissect the April issue, but also call on the knowledge of pain expert Sergey Motov, MD, to discuss these game-changing articles: “The Cure for Back Pain Is Biting the Bullet” by Graham Walker, MD “Is Phenobarbital for Alcohol Withdrawal Ready for the Big Time?” by Leon Gussow, MD “TXA Superior to Packing for …
 
Dr. Pescatore and Ms. Roberts discuss practice-changing articles from the March issue: Topic of the Month: "Once Stuck in a Therapeutic Fog, Abnormal Uterine Bleeding Finds Clarity" by none other than Rick Pescatore, DO Article of the Month: "Fatigue, Cough, Night Sweats, Gum Bleeding" by Katherine Wurlitzer, MD, & Taylor Burkholder, MD, MPH This M…
 
BONUS PODCAST! Dr. Pescatore and Ms. Roberts set up a recording studio at the EMN booth during the ACEP Scientific Assembly to interview some of the top names in emergency medicine. In this one, Ms. Roberts interviews Seth Collings Hawkins, MD, about his new book, Wilderness EMS, and why wilderness care is not just for hikers and spelunkers anymore…
 
Ms. Roberts and Dr. Pescatore discuss practice-changing articles from the January issue: Editorial Topic of the Month: “A Dangerous Game of Bias” by Mark Mosley, MD Article of the Month: “The Epidemic of Cripping Anxiety, Literally” by Graham Walker, MD This Month’s Game Changer: “Tissue over Time: The DAWN of a New Era” by Evie Marcolini, MD The “…
 
BONUS PODCAST! Dr. Pescatore and Ms. Roberts set up a recording studio at the EMN booth during the ACEP Scientific Assembly to interview some of the top names in emergency medicine. In this one, they talk to Sandra Scott Simons, MD, best known in EMN and Twitter as the ER Goddess (@ERGoddessMD), about how she juggles being an EP, a mom of two, a co…
 
Ms. Roberts and Dr. Pescatore discuss practice-changing articles from the January issue:- “Even if Stress Tests Found Patients at High Risk for MI (They Don’t), To What End?” by Rory Spiegel, MD- “The Best Three Treatments for Migraine” by James R. Roberts, MD- “Ultrasound Discerns Cardiac Standstill from Good Contractility and the Nebulous Finding…
 
BONUS PODCAST! In this bonus podcast from the ACEP Scientific Assembly, Ms. Roberts interviews John Sanfuentes, DO, an emergency physician in the Washington, DC, metropolitan area, about an agitated patient and the pearls and pitfalls of medically managing these patients in the ED. Sometimes, that management just doesn't go as planned. Listen to se…
 
BONUS PODCAST! Dr. Pescatore and Ms. Roberts set up a recording studio at the EMN booth during the ACEP Scientific Assembly to interview some of the top names in emergency medicine. In this one, Ms. Roberts interviews Thomas Cook, MD, the program director of the emergency medicine residency at Palmetto Health Richland in Columbia, SC, and the found…
 
BONUS PODCAST! Dr. Pescatore and Ms. Roberts set up a recording studio at the EMN booth during the ACEP Scientific Assembly to interview some of the top names in emergency medicine. In this one, Dr. Pescatore presents a case to try to stump Dr. Alice Lee, an assistant professor of emergency medicine at the University of Arizona College of Medicine …
 
BONUS PODCAST! Dr. Pescatore and Ms. Roberts set up a recording studio at the EMN booth during the ACEP Scientific Assembly to interview some of the top names in emergency medicine. In this one, they talk to Zaf Qasim, MD, an assistant professor of emergency medicine and emergency critical care at the University of Pennsylvania (@emeddoc), about tr…
 
BONUS PODCAST! Dr. Pescatore and Ms. Roberts set up a recording studio at the EMN booth during the ACEP Scientific Assembly to interview some of the top names in emergency medicine. We’ll release them over the next month, but start with this one of them interviewing Chad M. Simpkins, MD (@ChadMSimpkins), the editor of The EM Daily (@The_EMDaily), a…
 
Dr. Pescatore and Ms. Roberts discuss news-breaking topics in the November issue, like Dr. Edwin Leap’s column on gratitude, Dr. Rory Spiegel’s article on oxygen for MI, Dr. Morgan Eutermoser’s piece on a patient with knee pain and a pulseless extremity, and much more. Coming soon! A bonus episode of EMN Live with Martha and Rick from EMN’s booth a…
 
Dr. Pescatore and Ms. Roberts discuss the game-changers and hot topics in the October issue, like Dr. Leon Gussow’s article on how opioids aren’t only drugs that are abused, Dr. Carlo Reyes’ article on why EPs should be federally protected from violence bu patients, why Dr. James Roberts’ next piece is game-changer for treating PID, how Dr. Christi…
 
Ms. Roberts and Dr. Pescatore discuss hot topics in the September issue, like Dr. Graham Walker’s take on whether EPs should provide medical care to family and friends, Dr. Alex Mohseni’s review of an app that takes the pain out of credentialing, and how Dr. Sandra Scott Simons keeps balanced by running marathons. They also channel their inner Rick…
 
Ms. Roberts and Dr. Pescatore discuss hot topics in the July issue, like Dr. Paul Marik’s controversial idea for using vitamin C for sepsis, Dr. Edwin Leap’s take on the pain of credentialing, and Dr. Leon Gussow’s article about supportive care in toxicology cases. Stay tuned to the end for Dr. Pescatore’s interview with Rory Spiegel, MD, about ket…
 
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