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A monthly emergency medicine podcast heard by over 14,000 of your colleagues. EM:RAP is filled with superb educational content, lectures, in-studio productions, reviews and perspectives all in a fun filled, tongue-in-cheek format.

A monthly emergency medicine podcast heard by over 14,000 of your colleagues. EM:RAP is filled with superb educational content, lectures, in-studio productions, reviews and perspectives all in a fun filled, tongue-in-cheek format.
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A monthly emergency medicine podcast heard by over 14,000 of your colleagues. EM:RAP is filled with superb educational content, lectures, in-studio productions, reviews and perspectives all in a fun filled, tongue-in-cheek format.

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English


Episodes

EM:RAP 2019 April - SNACK

4/15/2019
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In this SNACK, Stuart and Kenji talk about the upcoming National Stop The Bleed Month. Kenji Inaba, MD • Stuart Swadron, MD, FRCPC

Duration:00:06:55

ROP 2019 April

4/1/2019
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This month packs some serious punch with 10 primary care paper reviews and some razor sharp dissection of recent cervical cancer screening guidelines. We will debut our new segment The Generalist, with Mel and Vanessa taking you through the treatment of CHF from the ER to the ward to the clinic to the home to the hospice. Wrapping it all up is a bonus rural medicine chapter on aortic dissection. If you're still hungry, head on over to our board review course Crunch Time Family Medicine to...

Duration:01:54:36

EM:RAP 2019 April

4/1/2019
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Welcome to April EM:RAP this month we cover Caustic Ingestions, Anticoagulation Reversal in Ischemic Stroke, Pediatric Seizure, Antibiotics and Pneumonia, LVADs, and more. Kathy Garvin, RN • Lisa Chavez, RN

Duration:04:10:47

EMA 2019 April

4/1/2019
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April EMA kicks off as usual with Mike and Sanjay discussing their 30 selected papers in detail, Swami and Jess then give us an ultra summary. Rick Rants about the cost of sending out a bill, while Swami and Ken talk nerdy about ORs and RRs. Jerry gives us part II of his series on how to critically read a study and Mel and Jenny go through the EMA database to bring us a short history of the use of TPA for stroke. Anand Swaminathan, MD FAAEM • Jennifer Farah, MD • Jerry Hoffman, MD • Jess...

Duration:04:17:07

Seniors - Part 2

4/1/2019
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Seniors make up such a big part of our practice, we decided they deserve two whole episodes! Adrien Selim, MD • Andrew Buelt, DO • Brandon Grove, MD • Heidi James, MD • Penny Wilson, MD • Vanessa Cardy, MD

Duration:00:42:12

C3 - Airway Basics Part 1 - Preparation and Positioning

4/1/2019
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This month on C3, we will start our examination of a topic that lies at the very foundation of emergency care: airway management. Jessica Mason, MD • Mel Herbert, MD MBBS FAAEM • Stuart Swadron, MD, FRCPC

Duration:01:05:18

EM:RAP 2019 March - SNACK

3/15/2019
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This month we get our SNACK on courtesy of ACEP and The Joint Commission, we also have a quick update to an EM:RAP segment from March. Anand Swaminathan, MD FAAEM • Scott Weingart, MD

Duration:00:05:01

C3 - Psychiatric Emergencies - Part 2

3/1/2019
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In last month’s C3, we talked about some rather dramatic presenting complaints: acute agitation and psychosis. In this episode, we will deal with depression, anxiety and eating disorders. Jessica Mason, MD • Mel Herbert, MD MBBS FAAEM • Stuart Swadron, MD, FRCPC

Duration:00:59:55

EMA 2019 March

3/1/2019
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Mike and Sanjay give us a run down of their 30 selected papers followed by Jess and Swami’s ultra summary. Rick Rant’s about the relationship between burnout and EHRs and Swami joins Ken to talk a little nerdy about observational studies. Jerry introduces the next phase of his series on critically reading a study, and Mel is joined by Jenny Farah to discuss the GUSTO 1 Trial form 1993. Anand Swaminathan, MD FAAEM • Jennifer Farah, MD • Jerry Hoffman, MD • Jess Monas, MD • Ken Milne, MD •...

Duration:04:18:42

EM:RAP 2019 March

3/1/2019
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Welcome to March EM:RAP this month we cover Buproprion, Sepsis and infections in pregnancy, Massive hemoptysis, Procedural competency, Nerve blocks, Giant Cell Arteritis and more. Kathy Garvin, RN • Lisa Chavez, RN

Duration:03:55:27

ROP 2019 March

3/1/2019
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In this inaugural episode of Right on Prime we bring you a buffet of educational goodness. We will cover an in-depth review of 10 primary care papers, and analyze and dissect the latest in Diabetes guidelines. This month’s rural medicine piece highlights some of the perils of cognitive anchoring as well as the challenges of practicing telephone medicine. Finally, we will introduce you to our new family medicine board review course - Crunch Time Family Medicine. Andrew Buelt, DO • Heidi...

Duration:01:47:31

Seniors - Part 1

3/1/2019
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Let the Crunch Time FM team walk you through how to care for your senior patients. Adrien Selim, MD • Andrew Buelt, DO • Brandon Grove, MD • Heidi James, MD • Vanessa Cardy, MD

Duration:00:53:52

EM:RAP 2019 February - SNACK

2/15/2019
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This month we discuss a recent article that tells us presyncope could be just as serious a presentation as syncope. Anand Swaminathan, MD FAAEM

Duration:00:07:45

PCMA Archive - February 2019

2/1/2019
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This month’s PCMA episode includes 30 abstracts, a bonus lecture “Sleep Apnea By Benjamin Graef, Do”, an essay “Guidelines We Can Trust”, an interview “Contraindicated Medical Practices”, and reflections of a skeptic “ED Charging Practices”.

Duration:04:23:16

EM:RAP 2019 February

2/1/2019
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Welcome to February EM:RAP this month we cover Abdominal Compartment Syndrome,LAST (Local Anesthetic Systemic Toxicity), Intra-articular Injections, Medicolegal Briefs, Upper Extremity Neuropathies, and more... Kathy Garvin, RN • Lisa Chavez, RN

Duration:04:39:59

C3 - Psychiatric Emergencies - Part 1

2/1/2019
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In this episode of C3, we begin a discussion about psychiatric emergencies. Although psychiatric emergencies and presentations are extremely common, they receive much less attention relative to other “medical” emergencies. Moreover, patients with psychiatric illness are often dismissed when they present with medical complaints; it is critical to remember that patients with psychiatric illness are vulnerable in this respect. Jessica Mason, MD • Mel Herbert, MD MBBS FAAEM • Stuart Swadron,...

Duration:01:16:57

EMA 2019 February

2/1/2019
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Mike and Sanjay kick off February EMA with their discussion of 30 abstracts followed by Jess and Swami’s ultra summary. Rick rants about the pros and cons of measuring physician performance and Ken talks a little nerdy with Swami about RCTs. Jerry brings us part II of his “Back To Basics” series an overview of basic study design, and Mel looks at the ISIS 4 trial from 1995. Anand Swaminathan, MD FAAEM • Jerry Hoffman, MD • Jess Monas, MD • Ken Milne, MD • Mel Herbert, MD MBBS FAAEM • Mike...

Duration:04:19:36

Shabam!

1/27/2019
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What is this in my EM:RAP feed you ask? This is a short segment from our science show, SHABAM. January 27th is an interesting day and we thought you might get a kick out of Josh doing what he does best. Check out SHABAM on iTunes. Josh Kurz • Mel Herbert, MD MBBS FAAEM

Duration:00:09:23

EBM

1/15/2019
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Some people love evidence based medicine and biostats. For everyone else, here’s the basics you need to know. Jessica Mason, MD • Mel Herbert, MD MBBS FAAEM

Duration:00:30:04

EM:RAP 2019 January SNACK

1/15/2019
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In this month's SNACK, Jess Mason gets an Ebola update from Regan Marsh. Jessica Mason, MD • Regan Marsh, MD

Duration:00:09:07