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Episodes

Rabies

6/24/2018
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We are considering rabies prophylaxis on all animal bites or scratches that come to the Emergency Department. We don’t have to give it every time, but there is a specific protocol we’re supposed to follow

Duration:00:08:25

Occupational Exposures

6/17/2018
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You have to be very knowledgable about occupational exposures because this is the only chief complaint that I guarantee, you will eventually manage in a colleague. LEARN THIS.

Duration:00:11:35

Breast Complaints

6/10/2018
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Breast complaints are usually pretty straight forward. Just remember that all breast complaints are cancer until proven otherwise.

Duration:00:09:55

Neonatal Conjunctivitis

6/3/2018
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Neonatal conjunctivitis is a quick topic, but has some big LIFE THREATS which you’ll need to know for both real life and your test.

Duration:00:08:09

Derm!

5/27/2018
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This is a concept episode for a series of lectures on Emergency Dermatology (one of my favorite topics). Over the course of several episodes, we will develop an organized, systematic, visual approach to the diagnosis of all life threatening rashes as well as the majority of the other rashes you will see in the ED.

Duration:00:10:12

Subarachnoid Hemorrhage (Critical Diagnosis)

5/20/2018
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Subarachnoid hemorrhage is the king of life-threatening headaches and is on my differential every time. This episode will cover how to take the history, exam, testing and treatment of this devastating diagnosis.

Duration:00:10:33

Bloody Diapers

5/13/2018
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Babies frequently have red stuff in their diapers, and when they do, mom will rush them to the department concerned that they are having a fatal GI bleed. Usually it’s not…

Duration:00:06:52

Nutrition Disorders

5/6/2018
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Most nutrition disorders are common sense, and we don’t really treat them in the ED very often. Vitamin D deficiency with it’s osteoporosis, Vitamin C with scurvy, and iron deficiency anemia. But there are several nutritional disorders that we do see frequently in the ED. They hide in the shadows of your most malnourished patients, […]

Duration:00:11:29

Complications of MI

4/29/2018
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When patient’s come in with MI or shortly after having an MI, you need to think beyond “Is this another heart attack?”. There is a whole list of complications from heart attacks that you need to remember, and that is what we’re covering this week.

Duration:00:11:22

The tPA Bleed

4/22/2018
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tPA bleeding isn’t the most high yield scenario for your clerkship, but it is a perfect case to review the physiology of hemostasis and also might save a life when you’re a resident or attending someday.

Duration:00:10:39

Intro to tPA

4/15/2018
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tPA is currently the core treatment for ischemic stroke, and this week we will discuss some of the physiology on how this drug works as well as how to remember a VERY important list of tPA contraindications.

Duration:00:10:44

ACEP or AAEM?

4/8/2018
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In this episode we will discuss 5 major allopathic Emergency Medicine organizations in the US and the differences between them.

Duration:00:09:02

Sepsis

4/1/2018
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There have been numerous changes recently in sepsis definitions. This is an update to our sepsis episode from last year.

Duration:00:09:34

Neonatal Jaundice

3/25/2018
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Neonatal jaundice is a common complaint in pediatric emergency medicine and a very high yield topic for your test. Identify one of 3 causes of neonatal jaundice while keeping the bilirubin number low enough to avoid brain damage.

Duration:00:10:19

Abdominal Pain (Part 2)

3/18/2018
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It’s time to stop thinking in quadrants…

Duration:00:05:04

Match Week

3/14/2018
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Good luck!!!

Duration:00:01:49

Thrombocytopenia

3/11/2018
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When we get labs, we are usually getting a CBC as part of our testing. This week we will discuss what to do when the patient has a thrombocytopenia that you weren’t expecting.

Duration:00:11:11

Nausea and Vomiting

3/4/2018
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Nausea and vomiting has a HUGE differential diagnosis but usually ends up being simple gastritis in the end. This week we will discuss a basic approach, treatment protocol, as well as to help out your attending.

Duration:00:09:12

Patients with Cirrhosis

2/25/2018
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We commonly see patients with advanced liver disease in the Emergency Department and we screen all of them for 5 common complications every time.

Duration:00:11:22

Peds T- Tummy and Non-Accidental Trauma

2/18/2018
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For our series finale we will review the 5 mega abdominal emergencies in kids as well as briefly discuss non-accidental trauma.

Duration:00:10:47