There are three major blood clots we need mastery of. Heart, brain and lung. (MI/CVA & PE.) This PodCast explores the PE and secrets of diagnosis and documentation.
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Understanding renal functions are critical to the global assessment of a patient's health. There are few key principles that are universal. Know these principles well. Do you know these are practice this way?
We learn intuition from experience. And unfortunately, experience is gain from bad experiences. Here is a follow up conversation, as we have had thousands of responses to this case.
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It's like tasting wine. You can be a perfectionist at grapes and vineyards, or you can know how to match a wine with a meal that tastes great. That's the same with acid base. It's the functional and clinical understanding that is key. This PodCast lays the foundation.
Improving the Patient Experience with Effective Communication In the first installment of our Emergency Medicine Institute podcast series, Dr. David Pierce reflects on his experiences working in the Emergency Department. Dr. David Pierce’s candor and revelations provide an insightful, compelling illustration of the challenges one faces when it comes to engaging patients within the time constraints of the Emergency Department. Below is a list of effective communication strategies that can...
Asthma is a disease that takes a methodical approach and understanding of history and presentation.
In this installment of TalkEM one of our emergency medicine experts explores the diagnosis, clinical indicators, and treatment interventions.
If you work EM, you have to know airway. It's taught in every resuscitation curriculum, yet incompletely.
In this installment of TalkEM one of our emergency medicine experts defines and shares pearls of success.
Lactic acid? Central line vs. peripheral? What’s the ideal antibiotic?
Listen as emergency medicine experts, Dr. Joshua Lynch and John Bielinski PA-C, discuss diagnostic procedures and effective courses of treatment for sepsis.
If you think congestive heart failure is about fluid overload, you are mistaken. In this episode of TalkEM leading experts in emergency medicine discuss the best clinical practices for diagnosing and treating congestive heart failure. Listen as emergency medicine experts, Dr. Joshua Lynch and John Bielinski PA-C, share their knowledge and insights on diagnostic and treatment procedures for congestive heart failure.
Of the five lethal causes of chest pain, acute coronary syndrome, is more common and viable. Know the risk factors and standards of care. Listen as emergency medicine experts, Dr. Joshua Lynch and John Bielinski PA-C, discuss risk factors and effective courses of treatment.
Is rate control all about diltiazem? What if they are stable and hypotensive? How do we get burned?
In this episode of TalkEM our emergency medicine provider, John Bielinski, discusses the best clinical practices for treating rapid atrial fibrillation.
Communication between medical professionals on a multidisciplinary team is a balance of humility and trust. In this episode of TalkEM leading experts in emergency medicine discuss communication as an essential component of patient care. Listen as Dr. Joshua Lynch and John Bielinski PA-C reflect on their experiences working on multidisciplinary teams in emergency room settings. Discussion highlights effective and ineffective strategies of communication as well as the effect on patient care.
How do you best evaluate an upper GIB, monitor for subtle signs of shock, and predict how brittle a COPDer is? In this installment of TalkEM one of our emergency medicine experts shares THREE tricks to help you triage an manage these risky situations.