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ACEP Frontline, hosted by Dr. Ryan Stanton, features in-depth conversations on the hottest topics in emergency medicine and critical care.

ACEP Frontline, hosted by Dr. Ryan Stanton, features in-depth conversations on the hottest topics in emergency medicine and critical care.
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ACEP Frontline, hosted by Dr. Ryan Stanton, features in-depth conversations on the hottest topics in emergency medicine and critical care.

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English


Episodes

Cedric Dark, MD, MPH - Medicare For All (LAC19)

7/22/2019
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On this episode of ACEP Frontline we head back to LAC19 and talk about health care coverage. Dr. Ryan Stanton and Dr. Cedric Dark dig into what Medicare for All might look like and what it would take to fund it.

Duration:00:29:16

Michael Bublewicz, MD, MBA - Mask-free NIV for the Emergency Department

7/15/2019
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Today on ACEP Frontline Dr. Ryan Stanton and his guest Dr. Michael Bublewicz discuss mask-free NIV – a growing technology for the ED patient in respiratory distress.

Duration:00:28:36

ACEP Frontline- Kaide- Hemophilia Management- ACEP18

7/8/2019
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Dr. Kaide returns to the Frontline to talk about the management of hemophilia in the emergency department.

Duration:00:25:37

ACEP Frontline- Is There A Doctor On Board- Dr. Matthew Delaney

7/1/2019
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Dr. Delaney discusses emergencies in commercial aviation and what emergency physicians can do at 35k feet. Recorded at ACEP18.

Duration:00:20:49

Caroline Freiermuth, MD - Treating Sickle Cell Disease in the ED

6/24/2019
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Today on ACEP Frontline, host Dr. Ryan Stanton and his guest Dr. Caroline Freiermuth discuss treating the Sickle Cell patient when they present to the ED. June 19 was Sickle Cell awareness day, so it’s the perfect time to refresh your understanding of this rare but significant disease and get some pearls for the management of the patient. For more information about improving EM care for the Sickle Cell Disease, please visit http://www.acep.org/by-medical-focus/hematology/sickle-cell/

Duration:00:34:35

Erik Blutinger, MD and Scott Pasichow, MD - EMRA Resident Transition

6/17/2019
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In today’s episode of "ACEP Frontline", Dr. Ryan Stanton talks with EMRA members Dr. Erik Blutinger and Dr. Scott Pasichow about starting a career in Emergency Medicine. Whether you are graduating med school and going into residency, moving from residency to attending or to a fellowship, even going from attending back into fellowship, transition can be unnerving. How does one actually prepare for the life in Emergency Medicine? Dr. Blutinger and Dr. Pasichow share their insights.

Duration:00:40:39

Howard Mell, MD, MPH, CPE, FACEP – Merit Badge Medicine

6/10/2019
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On today’s ACEP Frontline, Dr. Ryan Stanton and his guest, Dr. Howie Mell, talk about merit badges. Is there value in the merit badge or is it a lack of respect for the specialty of EM?

Duration:00:40:17

Scott Pasichow, MD, MPH - Resident Finances

6/3/2019
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On today’s “ACEP Frontline”, Dr. Ryan Stanton talks to Dr. Scott Pasichow about your finances as a resident transitioning to an attending. How do you go from spending massive amounts of money on education, to making a little in residency and now looking at the salary of an attending physician? What about insurance? When do you start planning for retirement? Find out on this episode!

Duration:00:28:43

Olen Netteburg, MD, FACEP - EM Mission In Chad

5/27/2019
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On today’s ACEP Frontline, Dr. Stanton had a chance to talk to Dr. Olen Netteburg about his life as an EM physician in Chad. Dr. Netteburg was trained in the US, and then he and his wife, who is also a physician, went to Chad to care for those in need. We guarantee you’ll be inspired by this conversation about global medicine and how we all make a difference. www.Missionarydoctors.blogspot.com

Duration:00:32:15

Sam Quinones - Dreamland

5/20/2019
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Today, on "ACEP Frontline", it's the episode you've been waiting for! Award winning journalist and author, Sam Quinones, talks with Dr. Ryan Stanton about his revolutionary book, "Dreamland". You absolutely cannot miss this narrative about how the opioid epidemic unfolded and where we are headed as a country in crisis. http://www.samquinones.com/books/dreamland/

Duration:00:38:11

Ryan Stanton, MD, FACEP - Opioid Update, State of the Union

5/13/2019
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In this last podcast in the TN-CEP series, Dr. Ryan Stanton gives an update on the opioid crisis. What progress has been made? Is there light at the end of the tunnel? What work still needs to be done? Dr. Stanton shares data, legislative efforts and insights about the opioid crisis in this special edition of ACEP Frontline.

Duration:00:47:13

Benjamin Smith, MD, FACEP – The Future of PoCUS

5/6/2019
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On the episode of "ACEP Frontline", Dr. Ryan Stanton and Dr. Ben Smith discuss Point of Care Ultrasound (PoCUS). Portable hand held ultrasound devices have become very affordable, but as with any diagnostic tool, you still need practice to be proficient. This episode was recorded at the TN ACEP annual meeting.

Duration:00:27:44

Frank Tift, MD, FACEP - Down with Backboards in EMS

4/29/2019
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Recorded at the TN-CEP annual meeting, Dr. Ryan Stanton continues his conversation with Dr. Frank Tift about updates in EMS. In this episode Dr. Tift shares pearls about what we should be doing, and perhaps more importantly, what we shouldn't be doing in regard to spinal motion restriction.

Duration:00:23:30

Frank Tift, MD, FACEP - Updates in EMS, Part 1

4/22/2019
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Recorded at TN-CEP, Dr. Ryan Stanton talks to Dr. Frank Tift about general EMS updates. Dr. Tift shares pearls from LLSA articles including tourniquet use, expanded use of Narcan and using D10 vs. D50 for hypoglycemia.

Duration:00:27:13

Darria Long Gillespie, MD, FACEP – Mom Hacks

4/15/2019
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On this episode of “ACEP Frontline”, Dr. Ryan Stanton talks to Dr. Darria Long Gillespie about her best-selling book, “Mom Hacks”. You knock it out of the park as an Emergency Physician, so how come you just don’t feel like you have it all together at home? Spoiler alert, you don’t need to be a mom to appreciate the hacks and insights in this episode! You can find the book here: https://drdarria.com/momhacks/ Twitter: @drdarria

Duration:00:25:54

Michael Gerardi, MD, FACEP - Single Payer

4/9/2019
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On this episode of "ACEP Frontline", Dr. Ryan Stanton talks with Dr. Michael Gerardi about paying for healthcare. Is America ready for Single Payer? The ACA was a step in the right direction, but premiums and deductibles are still quite significant for many. Listen in as Dr. Stanton and Dr. Gerardi dig in to the details about Single Payer coverage.

Duration:00:41:08

John Rogers, MD, FACEP - Death by Metrics

4/1/2019
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Today on ACEP Frontline, Dr. Ryan Stanton and Dr. John Rogers talk metrics. The goal of measures should be to help to inform and make better decisions about patient care but all too often the measures become the goal.

Duration:00:26:14

Steven Haywood, MD – Airway Evolution

3/25/2019
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On this episode of ACEP's Frontline, host, Dr. Ryan Stanton talks to Dr. Steve Haywood about advances in ED respiratory care and management. This episode was recorded at the Tennessee ACEP Annual meeting in Chattanooga.

Duration:00:28:52

Esther Choo, MD – Speaking for EM

3/18/2019
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In this episode, Dr. Stanton talks with an advocate leader for emergency medicine. Dr. Esther Choo is making waves in a great way for fairness and equality in medicine and beyond. Get involved! https://www.timesuphealthcare.org/ Twitter: @choo_ek

Duration:00:28:40

Jessica Whittle, MD, FACEP – Sepsis Sound Off

3/11/2019
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On this week’s episode of ACEP’s Frontline, host Dr. Ryan Stanton, talks with his guest Dr. Jessica Whittle about Sepsis. Are the current Sepsis guidelines your friend or foe? Sepsis evaluation and management is complicated. One of the biggest challenges of treating sepsis can be fluid management. Dr. Whittle shares her expertise about fluid bolus as well as additional pearls about the early recognition and management of sepsis.

Duration:00:26:37