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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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English


Episodes

Diabetic Ketoacidosis Emergent Management

11/25/2020
Join the EMGuideWire Team from CMC EM group as they explore the initial thoughts and management of a patient who presents with severe Diabetic Ketoacidosis (DKA). For this episode, Drs. Claire Milam and Travis Barlock explore the initial considerations and practical management tips. Definitions of severity of DKA: Mild Moderate Severe

Duration:00:34:27

Posterior Eye Pathology Core Concepts

11/16/2020
Join the Drs. Ray and Barlock from the EMGuideWire team as the discuss the initial assessment and evaluation of some ocular complaints with specific attention to pathology of the Posterior Eye. SHOWNOTES: Key Points Always get visual acuity for any eye complaint Swinging flashlight test can help with your diagnosis Dilate the eyes for optimal fundoscopic exam Optic neuritis -> give IV steroids Use U/S to look for papilledema along with optic nerve sheath diameter Find the optic nerve...

Duration:00:21:45

Severe Asthma Management in the ED

11/2/2020
Join the EMGuidewire team as Drs. Serven and Blackwell discuss the management of the patient presenting with Severe Status Asthmaticus in the Emergency Department. Don't forget to review the basic concepts that were published earlier... this time the focus is on the critically ill patient.

Duration:00:33:40

Trauma Assessment

9/21/2020
Join the EMGuidewire Team as they address how to prepare for the arrival of a trauma patient in your Emergency Department. Drs. Serven and Blackwell from Carolinas Medical Center Emergency Medicine Residency Program will give us some insight and pearls on how to manage the potential chaos.

Duration:00:26:55

Approach to Bradycardia in the Emergency Department

9/9/2020
Join Drs. Serven and Blackwell from the EMGuidewire team (from the Carolinas Medical Center Emergency Medicine Residency) as they discuss some of the Basic strategies to the initial evaluation and management of a patient with significant Bradycardia. See website (www.emguidewire.com) for complete show notes... but here is a sneak peak:

Duration:00:21:36

Airway Management Preparation

9/3/2020
Join the EMGuideWire team as Drs. Serven and Shreve are joined by Dr. Trigonis to discuss simple strategies to make sure your room is set up and you are prepared for performing an emergent intubation on your patients in the Emergency Department. Shownotes - Once through start to finish:

Duration:00:37:14

Pulmonary Edema and Hypertension

8/23/2020
Join Drs. Alyssa Thomas and Victoria Serven from Carolinas Medical Center Emergency Medicine Residency Program and the EMGuideWire Team as they discuss how they initially evaluate and manage the patient who present with acute pulmonary edema and hypertension.

Duration:00:19:37

Point of Care Ultrasound for COVID-19 Patients

4/21/2020
Join the EMGuideWire team as they explore the use of Point-of-Care Ultrasound for the evaluation of patients with possible COVID-19 infection. Dr. Patrick Lam, from the Carolinas Medical Center Department of Emergency Medicine Department Division of Ultrasound, will guide us on the techniques and pro-tips for this application.

Duration:00:27:49

Healthcare Disparities and COVID Pandemic

4/14/2020
Join EMGuideWire team as they listen in to EM Residency Conference at Carolinas Medical Center (in Charlotte, NC) and learn from Emily MacNeill, MD as she discusses "What Happens When a Disease Management System Crashes into a Public Health Crisis."

Duration:00:42:56

Neurologic Manifestations and Complications of COVID-19

4/10/2020
Join the EMGuideWire team as they learn from one of the world's foremost experts in neurologic emergencies, Dr. Andrew Asimos. This episode will address the Neurologic Manifestations and Complications of the COVID-19 Infection.

Duration:00:47:01

Hydroxychloroquine Toxicity

4/3/2020
Join the EMGuideWire team as they listen to Dr. Geib discuss how to recognize and manage Hydroxychloroquine toxicity, which may become more prevalent during the current COVID-19 pandemic.

Duration:00:24:46

ARDS Management during COVID 19

4/3/2020
Join the EMGuideWire team as they learn from Critical Care fellow, Dr. Russell Trigonis while he addresses the important aspects of managing ARDS in patients with COVID-19 infections.

Duration:00:52:41

Trauma and Pregnancy

2/25/2020
OB Trauma Core Concepts Physiologic changes of pregnancyTraumatic complicationsAbruption triadObtain Type and Screen and KB testGive Rhogam if mom is Rh negCheck fetal HR after E-FAST -Travis Barlock

Duration:00:15:43

Ludwig's Angina

1/30/2020
Join the EMGuideWire Crew from CMC EM Residency Program as they discuss Ludwig's Angina and the management Priorities!!! BACKGROUND submental, submandibular, and sublingual spacesodontogenic sourcechildren polymicrobialviridansStaphylococcusBacteroides Who Is At Risk? Anatomy & Pathophysiology Clinical Signs & Symptoms Late Findings Stridorsystemic toxicity How Do I Make the Diagnosis? Clinically! Management Emergentawake fiberoptic intubationsurgical airway Management -...

Duration:00:12:42

SVC Syndrome

1/15/2020
Join the EMGuideWire team as they discuss Superior Vena Cava Syndrome! Shownotes: Definition: Pathophysiology: Risk factors: Presentation: Work-up: References: García Mónaco R, Bertoni H, Pallota G, et al. Use of self-expanding vascular endoprostheses in superior vena cava syndrome. Eur J Cardiothorac Surg 2003; 24:208. Rice TW, Rodriguez RM, Light RW. The superior vena cava syndrome: clinical characteristics and evolving etiology. Medicine (Baltimore) 2006; 85:37. Schraufnagel...

Duration:00:10:02

NonFatal Strangulation and Domestic Violence

11/8/2019
October was Domestic Violence month and in an effort to help highlight this very important topic, join Drs. Salzman, Dragoo, and Richardson from Carolinas Emergency Medicine Residency while they discuss the very important presentation of Strangulation. This is not a mere gesture of power, it may be our last opportunity to save this patient's life! Pearls 750%External exam findings are often not presenthyoid fractureGet CTA neck Summarized by Travis Barlock, MD PGY-1

Duration:00:16:15

Running a Code

10/25/2019
Join the EMGuideWire crew as they discuss some tips and pearls on how to skillfully run a medical resuscitation. Pearls Get your staff, and get your stuff!say what you are thinking out loudSupraglottic airways are quicker and safer!High quality compressionsPEA is usually non-cardiacPEA? Is it Wide or Narrow?Ultrasound is your friend.Provide Calcium Chloride Summarized by Travis Barlock, MD PGY-1

Duration:00:14:02

Sepsis Management in the ICU

10/10/2019
The EMGuideWire Team is visited by a prior crew member, Russell Trigonis, MD! Join them as they discuss how the patient diagnosed with Sepsis in your ED has their care continued in the ICU! Pearls -Travis Barlock, MD

Duration:00:18:19

Pediatric Sepsis

9/30/2019
It it the end of Sepsis Awareness Month, but there is a BONUS Monday (Sept. 30th), so why not a BONUS episode! Join the EMGuideWire Team as they explore the challenges the children bring to this clinical condition. Let's review Pediatric Sepsis! Pearls: ScreenIdentifyTreatLR0.1 mcg/kg/min of EPI Summarized by: Travis Barlock, MD PGY-1 References: Critical Care Medicine. Critical Care Medicine.

Duration:00:12:17

Guided Resuscitation for Sepsis

9/23/2019
Join the EMGuideWire Crew as they continue to explore the High Yield management points for Sepsis! This week's Episode's Pearls: Early fluids save lives. Give 40cc/kg bolus in first 3 hours. But don’t fluid overload the patient! U/S the heart and lungs: A plethoric IVC, immobile mitral valve, and B lines on the lungs should urge you to be more cautious with fluids. Goal in all patients is to establish an adequate MAP ASAP! Fluids + Vasopressors! Vasopressor titration algorithm: First...

Duration:00:15:44