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Two New York medical students, Trevor and Ken, share their unfiltered stories of the hospital, the current pandemic, health, the dirt on doctors and nurses, their critical thoughts on medicine, and romance in the work place. A monthly podcast. Meet Trevor: a degenerate who washed up on the shores of medical school and Ken: an intellectual, born to be a doctor, with less worldly experience Ask us questions to be featured on the show ThatIsUnprofessional@gmail.com Featuring medical advice from ...
 
A podcast to provide continuing education and on-demand reviews for the Pararescue community. All medical providers with an interest in remote and austere medicine, and rescue in both the tactical and non-tactical settings will find value in the material posted here. PJs - you may log the hours you spend listening to the material in this podcast in your training folders.
 
Welcome to the Current ECG Podcast! You listen to this podcast because you want to advance your ECG Interpretation skills and deliver a higher quality of patient care as a practitioner of Emergency Medicine. This content has been crafted for students and practicing Paramedics, Nurses, Physician Assistants, Physicians, Medical Students at all levels and scopes of practice and Emergency Medicine Educators. You will learn the basics to build a strong ECG foundation and more advanced topics like ...
 
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Contributor: Peter Bakes, MD Educational Pearls: ST elevation clinical guidelines for myocardial infarction include: 2.5 mm elevation for males 40 in V2 and V3 1.5 mm elevation for females in V2 and V3 1 mm elevation in 2 or more contiguous leads (not V2 or V3) Differential diagnosis of ST elevation includes, but is not limited to: STEMI Electrolyt…
 
Educational Pearls: Albert Einstein had chronic abdominal pain as a middle-aged man Dr. Rudolph Nissen, founder of the Nissen fundoplication, performed exploratory surgery for this pain and found an abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA) The only treatment for an AAA at that time was to wrap the vessel in cellophane, causing a fibrotic response to prevent…
 
Contributor: Nick Hatch, MD Educational Pearls: Complete heart block or 3rd degree atrioventricular (AV) block is diagnosed via EKG and occurs when electrical signals from the sinoatrial (SA) node are blocked from reaching the ventricles via the AV node and AV bundles P waves and QRS complexes are independent Often QRS rate is around 40 The rate is…
 
Are you ready for my Summer Solocast Series? I am doing some quick solocasts to get you juiced up, infused with encouragement and inspiration. I want you to go about your summer loving your life and making things better. The work that we do is not impacted by what we wear. I say this because the image of that white coat actually contributed to my b…
 
Welcome to the Doctor Me First Summer Showcase where we are spotlighting the other amazing doctor podcasts that are out there. Over the next eight weeks you will get to listen to an episode from a different doctor podcast and then a solo podcast from me. This episode is from the Medicine, Marriage & Money podcast with Dr. Kate Mangona. WHAT YOU WIL…
 
So welcome back to another Roadside to Resus episode! Pre alerts are a key part of the interface between pre hospital and in hospital care of the critically unwell patient, when made and received in an effective manner they can really benefit the patient and the system. But too often we hear of friction associated with pre alerts and recent discuss…
 
You crushed the written exam to become a board-certified emergency physician, and now the only thing standing between you and your ABEM certification is oral boards. How do you prep - especially for a virtual test? Host Kim Bambach, MD, reviews pearls & pitfalls with guests Krystin Miller, MD, and Jennifer Yee, DO.…
 
Contributor: Nick Tsipis, MD Educational Pearls: Humerus fractures can be characterized as proximal, midshaft, and distal fractures Proximal humerus fracture is the second-most common fracture in elderly patients Primary complication is with the axillary nerve and axillary artery Vast majority are managed nonoperatively with a sling, reduction usua…
 
Contributor: Peter Bakes, MD Educational Pearls: Pelvis is comprised of the iliac, ischium, and sacrum Three mechanisms for pelvic fractures by Young-Burgess Classification Anterior-posterior compression causing open-book pelvic fractures that can be complicated by retroperitoneal bleeding or urethral injury Lateral compression causing rami fractur…
 
Contributor: Ricky Dhaliwal, MD Educational Pearls: CRASH 3 Trial looked at over 12,000 patients with traumatic intracranial bleeds, randomizing patients to a therapy with TXA or standard of care without TXA Dosing was 1 gram over 10 min for loading dose and then an infusion of 1 gram over 8 hours Found Improvement in survival and neurologic outcom…
 
Are you ready for my Summer Solocast Series? I am doing some quick solocasts to get you juiced up, infused with encouragement and inspiration. I want you to go about your summer loving your life and making things better. What is burnout costing you? Beyond your mental and physical health, it’s costing you so much more. I’m digging into 7 things bur…
 
Welcome to the Doctor Me First Summer Showcase where we are spotlighting the other amazing doctor podcasts that are out there. Over the next eight weeks you will get to listen to an episode from a different doctor podcast and then a solo podcast from me. This episode is from Medicine Redefined with Jyoti Patel, MD. Our key takeaways from our discus…
 
Contributor: Chris Holmes, MD Educational Pearls: In the 1700s, boxes lined the River Thames to pump smoke up the rectum to resuscitate people who had been found unconscious in the river Sea cucumbers can extract oxygen through their rectum Perflourocarbon, a liquid that can become oxygenated, provided rectally was able to oxygenate pigs and mice i…
 
In this episode, Dave talks about End-tidal CO2 (EtCO2), and how to use Capnography to better assess and treat your patients. Also In This Episode: What is Capnography? Patient Case: 25 YO Male When CO2 is not exhaled effectively Oxygenation and Ventilation 4 phases of EtCO2 EtCO2 and airway management Using EtCO2 during cardiac arrest Supporting g…
 
Contributor: Ricky Dhaliwal, MD Educational Pearls: Hypotension in patients requiring intubation should be resuscitated as much as possible While intubating, the negative inspiratory pressure goes away decreasing cardiac preload and worsening hypotension Phenylephrine can be given via push doses to increase blood pressure from alpha agonism For sed…
 
Contributor: Aaron Lessen, MD Educational Pearls: DEVT Trial, a recent non-inferiority study, looked at giving tPA prior to endovascular thrombectomy and was stopped early because there was no benefit shown to giving tPA before this intervention Coupled with the SKIP and DIRECT MT trials corroborating these findings, it appears that giving tPA prio…
 
Are you ready for my Summer Solocast Series? I am doing some quick solocasts to get you juiced up, infused with encouragement and inspiration. I want you to go about your summer loving your life and making things better. Mental photoshopping. Wondering what that term could possibly mean? My coach, Susan Hyatt, shared with us a story about one of he…
 
Welcome to the Doctor Me First Summer Showcase where we are spotlighting the other amazing doctor podcasts that are out there. Over the next eight weeks you will get to listen to an episode from a different doctor podcast and then a solo podcast from me. This episode is from Curate Your Health with Dr. Heather Hammerstedt. Michael Collins is the fo…
 
Overdose deaths have tripled since our society acknowledged and declared war on an "opiate crisis". Not surprising since much bigger problems are to blame. In this episode I outline why beginning with the false premise that opiates are to blame only obscures our understanding of our troubles and thwarts our efforts to achieve positive change.…
 
Another month and 3 more papers! First up we have a look at a paper that has grabbed a lot of recent headlines in the form of TTM2. So we now seem to have the answer to whether comatose patients following out of hospital cardiac arrest benefit from therapeutic hypothermia over maintenance of normothermia. Next up we take a look at a paper which add…
 
Contributor: Jared Scott, MD Educational Pearls: PID (pelvic inflammatory disease) occurs when the infection ascends into the uterus Tubo-ovarian abscess occurs when the infection ascends to the fallopian tubes Fitz-Hugh-Curtis syndrome occurs when the infection enters the peritoneum and causes peritoneal inflammation with peri-hepatic inflammation…
 
Interactions with law enforcement in the emergency department can be confusing. What are the emergency physician's legal responsibilities? How can we ensure our patients are getting quality care? Dr. Hannah Janeway, Dr. Shamsher Samra, and attorney Ji Seon Song sit down with host Kate Joyce to discuss the philosophical and practical challenges face…
 
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