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This is the Washington University Emergency Medicine Journal Club podcast.

This is the Washington University Emergency Medicine Journal Club podcast.
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This is the Washington University Emergency Medicine Journal Club podcast.

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@emjclub

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English


Episodes

Early Norepinephrine for Septic Shock

9/9/2019
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A brief look at the early use of norepinephrine, prior to completion of fluid bolus, in hypotensive patients with septic shock…

Duration:00:16:35

Sodium Bicarbonate in Cardiac Arrest

5/27/2019
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A brief look at the efficacy of sodium bicarbonate in the management of cardiac arrest…

Duration:00:17:06

Evaluation of the Thoracic and Lumbar Spine in Blunt Trauma

4/4/2019
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A look at the utility of history, physical exam, and plain radiography for detecting clinically significant injuries of the thoracic and lumbar spine…

Duration:00:17:31

Cricoid Pressure During RSI in the ED

2/25/2019
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A brief look at whether cricoid pressure (AKA the Selleck Maneuver) decreases aspiration risk or impedes airway visibility…

Duration:00:17:29

Utility of the Vaginal Exam in First Trimester Pain or Bleeding

12/12/2018
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A look at the evidence for and against the routine performance of pelvic examination for abdominal pain or vaginal bleeding in early pregnancy…

Duration:00:17:03

BNP in the Evaluation of Syncope

10/7/2018
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A look at the use of BNP to differentiate cardiac from non-cardiac causes of syncope...

Duration:00:18:55

Balanced Fluids: The Wrong "Solution"

8/20/2018
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A (somewhat) restrained rant on the importance of looking at the details and not combining outcomes to improve precision...

Duration:00:22:25

Steroids in Sepsis and Septic Shock

7/3/2018
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A brief look at the evidence for and against the use of steroids in patients sepsis and septic shock...

Duration:00:11:07

Critical Care Roundup

5/17/2018
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A brief recap of four articles selected for review by the critical care folks...

Duration:00:15:43

Prevalence of PE in Syncope Patients

4/11/2018
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A look at the PESIT trial, which suggests a very high rate of PE in syncope patients, followed by a look at the rest of the evidence...

Duration:00:12:35

Amiodarone for...well...everything

3/14/2018
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A little discussion about the evidence for amiodarone in atrial fibrillation, stable V-tach, and shock-refractory VF/VT in cardiac arrest...

Duration:00:14:41

NG Lavage for GI Bleeds

12/7/2017
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A discuss of the controversial practice of shoving a tube down someone's nose and sucking out stomach contents...

Duration:00:16:37

Contrast-Induced Nephropathy: Myth or Monster

9/30/2017
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A brief discussion on contrast-induced nephropathy and some of the evidence that suggests it may be as real as Sasquatch himself...

Duration:00:14:24

Controversies in the Diagnosis and Management of Cellulitis

8/2/2017
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A brief discussion of several of the controversies that have popped up in the last few years regarding the diagnosis and management of cellulitis...

Duration:00:23:06

Diagnosis of Atraumatic Subarachnoid Hemorrhage

7/17/2017
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Dr. Chris Carpenter and Marco Sivilotti bridge the US-Canada border to bring us a new podcast on the diagnostic approach to atraumatic SAH...

Duration:00:23:13

Risk of Delayed Traumatic ICH in Patients on Anticoagulation

6/27/2017
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After a brief interlude where I shamelessly self-promote my new novel, I talk about the risks of delayed bleeding in head injury patients on warfarin...

Duration:00:17:41

Blood Pressure Management in Spontaneous Intracerebral Hemorrhage

11/23/2016
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A short discussion of optimal blood pressure management in ICH, looking at intensive BP control vs. guideline-based control...

Duration:00:13:42

Medical Expulsive Therapy (Tamsulosin) for Ureteral Colic

10/27/2016
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A brief discussion of the growing literature on the use of tamsulosin (and sometimes nifedipine) in ureteral colic...

Duration:00:15:12

Anticoagulation of Isolated Calf DVTs

10/2/2016
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A quick review of the literature on anticoagulation in isolated below the knee DVTs, and why we still don't have an answer...

Duration:00:17:23

High Sensitivity Troponins

8/10/2016
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A short monologue on the advantages and disadvantages of high sensitivity troponins and a 0/1 hour algorithm to rule-out and rule-in MI...

Duration:00:13:30