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Join the faculty and residents of Carolinas Emergency Medicine Residency Program, one of the oldest programs in the country, as they explore some of the Core Concepts of Emergency Medicine as well as many of the niche environments of this important arena of specialty care.

Join the faculty and residents of Carolinas Emergency Medicine Residency Program, one of the oldest programs in the country, as they explore some of the Core Concepts of Emergency Medicine as well as many of the niche environments of this important arena of specialty care.
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Join the faculty and residents of Carolinas Emergency Medicine Residency Program, one of the oldest programs in the country, as they explore some of the Core Concepts of Emergency Medicine as well as many of the niche environments of this important arena of specialty care.

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Episodes

Antibiotics for Sepsis

9/16/2019
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Join the EMGuideWire crew once again for this month's series on Sepsis in honor of Sepsis Awareness month. Episode 3 will cover antibiotic use and selection. Antibiotics for Sepsis Take a history and perform a chart biopsy first! Consider past infections, bug susceptibilities, healthcare acquired vs. community acquired infection, foreign travel, and comorbidities. Always check local antibiogram and prior culture results.Septic shock - Start broad spectrum antibiotics within 1 hour.Stable...

Duration:00:12:23

Fluids in Sepsis

9/9/2019
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Sepsis Awareness Month continues! Join the EMGuideWire Team as they dive into the issues of Fluid selection for resuscitation. 1) Fluids are not all created equal. Use balanced fluids for large volume resuscitation. 2) Lactated Ringers is likely the best choice available in the ED. Plasmalyte is also a good option, if you have it. 3) You can start low dose vasopressors peripherally if you need to, rather than continuing to flood patients with fluids for hypotension.

Duration:00:13:27

Sepsis Definitions

9/2/2019
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Join the EMGuideWire Team,from Carolinas Emergency Medicine Residency Program in Charlotte, NC, as they explore the critical core concepts on the important topic of Sepsis. In this first episode, the team will discuss the definitions of Sepsis. Pearls: Summarized by Travis Barlock, MD PGY-1 References: New England Journal of MedicineJAMA

Duration:00:14:10

Sepsis Awareness Month Core Concepts

9/1/2019
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Join the EMGuideWire Team, from Carolinas Emergency Medicine Residency Program in Charlotte, NC, as they explore the critical core concepts on the important topic of Sepsis. Over the course of September, Sepsis Awareness Month, the group will cover a variety of high-yield points to help make us all better at recognizing, evaluating, and managing Sepsis. This is the Intro to the month. Follow us every week for more information... and maybe even get a Bonus 5th episode as a reward!

Duration:00:01:53

Thyroid Storm and Thyrotoxicosis

8/2/2019
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Join the EMGuideWire team from Carolinas Medical Center Emergency Medicine Residency Program as they discuss the challenging condition of thyrotoxicosis and thyroid storm! From evaluation to management, this critical state requires our respect and attention!

Duration:00:12:27

Skin Soft Tissue Infections

7/30/2019
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Join the EMGuideWire crew as they explore the various skin and soft tissue infections that are commonly encountered and considered in the Emergency Department. While some may be minor, like furuncles, others can be life-threatening, like necrotizing fasciitis.

Duration:00:22:42

Pediatric Difficult Airway Review

7/21/2019
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Join the EMGuideWire Team as they explore the Basic Principles that must be considered when managing a pediatric airway. Knowledge of the anatomic and physiologic differences that exist between adults and children is paramount! Assuming that all pediatric airways are going to be "difficult" may help keep us prepared.

Duration:00:34:47

Transition of Care

7/13/2019
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Join the EMGuideWire Team as they discuss some of the tips for having a successful and safe Sign-Out in the ED. Hear from recent graduates from the Carolinas Medical Center Emergency Medicine Program as they discuss their perspectives on Transition of Care in the ED.

Duration:00:18:46

Pediatric Non-Accidental Trauma (NAT)

5/19/2019
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Join the EMGuideWire Team as they are joined by two Pediatric EM experts (Drs. Simone Lawson and Pat Morgan) to discuss the very important and challenging topic of Pediatric Non-Accidental Trauma (NAT). Let's discover ways to remain help pick up on the subtle and sentinel cases to help protect our most vulnerable patients.

Duration:00:25:20

Sudden Cardiac Death in Athletes

5/3/2019
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Join Dr. Driscoll from the EMGuideWire crew as he enters the Sports Medicine Corner once again. Today, he covers some of the issues with athlete cardiac screening and sudden cardiac death in athletes.

Duration:00:13:06

Myasthenic Crisis

3/22/2019
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Join the EMGuideWire Team as they discuss the evaluation and management of Myasthenia Gravis and a Myasthenic Crisis! Learn about the means to assess a patient's ability to maintain her/his own airway.

Duration:00:13:15

Hyperkalemia EKG Changes

2/21/2019
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Join the EMGuidewire team from CMC EM program as they discuss a potentially critical condition, HyperKalemia. Review the important HyperKalemia EKG Changes and be ready to take action!

Duration:00:15:50

Pediatric Urinary Tract Infections

2/15/2019
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Join the Ped EM Fellows from Carolinas Medical Center and the EMGuideWire as they discuss the seemingly simple issue of Pediatric Urinary Tract Infections. Who needs to be test and how do we do so? Let's review this less than simple topic.

Duration:00:09:46

Vasopressors in the ED

2/8/2019
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Join Drs. Trigonis and Murray from the EMGuideWire team as they discuss use and selection of Vasopressors in the ED.

Duration:00:30:17

Aspirin (ASA) Toxicity

2/7/2019
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Join the EMGuideWire Team, from the CMC EM program, as they enter the TOXIDome once again to wrestle with Aspirin (ASA) Toxicity!

Duration:00:10:09

TOXIDOME's Approach to the Agitated Patient

2/3/2019
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The patient is agitated and combative and a danger to everyone in the ED. What do you give? Haloperidol and lorazepam? Maybe there are better choices. Join the EMGuideWire crew as they enter the TOXIDome to discuss a better approach to the management of the Agitated Patient.

Duration:00:15:02

Toxicology 101 Part 2: Toxidromes

2/3/2019
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Join the EMGuideWire team as they enter the TOXIDome once again and review Toxidromes with Dr. Kopec!

Duration:00:12:49

Tylenol TOXICITY

1/12/2019
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Join the EMGuideWire team as they introduce a new Toxicology Series. Enter the TOXIDome with them as they wrestle with Tylenol Toxicity and discuss when and why to use NAC!

Duration:00:10:56

LVADs

1/4/2019
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Join the EMGuideWire Team as they discuss a simple approach to the very complex and complicated patients with a Left Ventricular Assist Device (LVAD). "LVAD" is for "Look & Listen, Ventricle, Anticoagulation, and Driveline."

Duration:00:09:31

Ischemic CVA

12/13/2018
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Join the EMGuideWire Team as they discuss the current core concepts of imaging and management of patients with findings concerning for Ischemic CVA (stroke). The EMGuideWire crew is joined by world renowned Emergency Neurology expert, Dr. Andrew Asimos!

Duration:00:21:38