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When we walk onto the floor for our shift, we all bring with us our own unique story. What We Bring examines the human experiences of those working in veterinary medicine, from the front desk to the O.R. Join DoveLewis Veterinary Wellbeing Directory Debrah Lee as she explores the real human stories behind the animals we care for.
 
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EMGuideWire Team - From Carolinas Medical Center Emergency Medicine Residen

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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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The Emergency Medicine Residents' Association (EMRA) is the voice of emergency medicine physicians-in-training and the future of our specialty. EMRA*Cast is created "for Residents, by Residents."
 
You make tough calls when caring for acutely ill and injured children. Join us for strategy and support -- through clinical cases, research and reviews, and best-practice guidance in our ever-changing acute care landscape. Please visit our site at http://PEMplaybook.org/ for show notes and to get involved with the show -- see you there!
 
Hello and welcome to Unprofessional, with your host Dr. Trevor Greenbaum. I am an MD, a researcher with two publications on Covid-19, and your host. We are physicians who share our unfiltered thoughts on the pandemic, physicians, nurses, health, mental health, the latest current event, and the latest fake news. Each episode, we come closer to the truth, and make it as entertaining as possible along the way. Host Dr. Trevor Greenbaum: a degenerate who washed up on the shores of medical school ...
 
Welcome to the Current ECG Podcast! You listen to this podcast because you want to advance your ECG Interpretation skills and deliver a higher quality of patient care as a practitioner of Emergency Medicine. This content has been crafted for students and practicing Paramedics, Nurses, Physician Assistants, Physicians, Medical Students at all levels and scopes of practice and Emergency Medicine Educators. You will learn the basics to build a strong ECG foundation and more advanced topics like ...
 
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Contributor: Aaron Lessen, MD Educational Pearls: Recent study at a hospital in Chicago with a shortage of normal saline decided to push IV ceftriaxone rather than the typical infusion of the antibiotic Retrospective chart analysis of about 800 patients to determine safety of giving a push dose of ceftriaxone Only 1 complication due to the ceftriax…
 
Welcome back to December’s paper of the month podcast! In the first paper this month we take a look at a paper that assesses the utility of CT scans for patients presenting with fever of an unknown origin; could this help us identify the source more frequently and if so how often? Next, we often focus on the specific of medical management in cardia…
 
Today, I’m happy to be talking to Heather Hutchinson who has seen great adversity, had the courage to fight through it, and come out the other side. She is an Amazon best selling author and an award winning musician. We explore what it means to be courageous, what it really is like to hit rock bottom, and how to come out of it fighting. “Man does n…
 
Contributor: Nick Hatch, MD Educational Pearls: Inhaled nitric oxide or Flolan may be considered in COVID Flolan is a prostaglandin can be inhaled or given IV These medications are classically used for right-sided heart failure, but may be used in COVID Causes pulmonary vasodilation to reduce the resistance against the right ventricle Complications…
 
What percentage of the patients that we admit to the hospital do we harm? On this episode I reveal why when those charged with making the decision to admit forget the answer to this question, our specialty and our whole medical system pay the price.By Donald W Crowe, MD
 
Let’s normalize sabbatical healing. Sometimes the bravest thing is the scariest thing to do and that is to say stop. I’m done. Sometimes the most loving and kind thing you can do for yourself is to take time away. You see, when we try to keep pushing through rather than taking a break, we hurt more than ourselves. We hurt the organizations we work …
 
As physicians we pride ourselves on being the leader in stressful situations. We are calm, cool, collected, and confident that we are making the right decisions to help our patients. Dr. Rachel Miller joins me to talk about why we need to get comfortable with being uncomfortable. You see growth and development doesn’t happen when you’re perfectly c…
 
EMRA*Cast Host Shreyans Sanghvi, DO, takes us on an innovative journey with Andrew Chu, MD, PGY4 at Harvard Affiliated Emergency Medicine Residency and fellow at Massachusetts General Hospital's Healthcare Transformation Lab, and Leland Perice, MD, Ultrasound Fellow at Maimonides Medical Center. Their first experiences with patient codes catalyzed …
 
Educational Pearls: Organophosphates affect the cholinergic system by inhibiting acetylcholinesterase affecting muscarinic and nicotinic receptors Symptoms include lacrimation, salivation, bronchoconstriction, blurred vision, bradycardia, bronchorrhea, emesis, and diarrhea Initially, the patient should be decontaminated to prevent further organopho…
 
Contributor: Chris Holmes, MD Educational Pearls: Parkland Formula: 4 mL x [Total Body Surface Area Burned (%)] x [body weight (kg)] given in 24 hours 50% given over 8 hours and 50% given over the next 16 hours Brooke Formula: 2 mL x [Total Body Surface Area Burned (%)] x [body weight (kg)] given in 24 hours 50% given over 8 hours and 50% given ove…
 
What is good enough? As I’ve started back into clinical practice, I find that my perfectionism keeps creeping back in. I get frustrated with myself when notes aren’t perfect and things don’t go just so. But, I’ve been working on my burnout triggers, so when I notice these things, I give myself grace and move on. But this is also bringing up somethi…
 
Dr. Susan Landers is a former neonatologist who experienced burnout late in her career. Once she realized what she was dealing with, she also figured out that it was preventable. She now helps doctors and organizations prevent physician burnout and she’s sharing her story in her new book, So Many Babies. To say that Dr. Susan loved her career would…
 
Educational Pearls: Recent updates to treatment guidelines increased the 250 mg ceftriaxone IM dose to 500 mg ceftriaxone IM IM dosing can be very painful, so other methods of administration can help decrease pain for patients Using IV ceftriaxone instead of IM has no significant difference in pharmacokinetics or bioavailability, so it can be consi…
 
Contributor: Jared Scott, MD Educational Pearls: A press release from Merck introduced Molnupiravir for treatment of mild to moderate COVID-19 The yet to be published study is a randomized control trial at around 100 different sites Reported outcomes were hospitalization and mortality from COVID and mortality from COVID Molnupiravir was found to be…
 
You can’t make already highly resilient people more resilient. Resiliency training is not the way to decrease pandemic burnout. Instead we need to discuss systemic and organizational changes to help support the doctors and nurses who make the medical system go round. Listen as I share various studies and data which reveal a clear path for decreasin…
 
Our outward appearance directly influences and impacts our internal sense of self and worth. I’m not saying that your outer beauty eclipses your inner beauty, but it does play a part in your internal monologue. Listen as Dr. Olga Lemberg shares her story and why she’s helping female physicians show off their bold and unique style with beautifully d…
 
Being involved in Emergency Care, by it’s very nature, sadly means that we will have to break bad news to patients and families both in the prehospital & in-hospital setting. Breaking bad news well has benefits to both the recipient of that news and also to the provider delivering it. Teaching and education on the topic can be difficult to access a…
 
This episode is brought to you by FedEx, specifically the warehouse where they store all the drugs, firearms, and money that are confiscated from bags they pick out. We talk about drug testing, how long it takes for different drugs to not test positive and that lacing drugs is bad, mmmk. We talk how to seduce a program director, and the different t…
 
Contributor: Nick Tsipis, MD Educational Pearls: Meaningful survival under 10% for out of hospital cardiac arrest The most common cause of out-of-hospital cardiac arrest is due to cardiac ischemia Study looked at whether taking patients without ST elevation who had an out-of-hospital cardiac arrest with return of spontaneous circulation (ROSC) shou…
 
Contributor: Aaron Lessen, MD Educational Pearls: Classically, diverticulitis is diagnosed via CT scan and patients are discharged home on antibiotics if they are without complication The DINAMO study is a multicenter open-label RCT that evaluated if it is safe to not give antibiotics to patients with mild acute diverticulitis Found no difference i…
 
I love sharing my monthly masterclass and mastermind calls on the podcast. We have such a good time in these calls discussing various aspects of the medical field and ways we can overcome burnout and fatigue. This past month was no different. I fully believe that our jobs in the medical profession are 100% our drug of choice. I recently did an enti…
 
Money. It’s a scary, wonderful word that we are all looking to be better with. Dr. Brent Lacey has been teaching financial literacy and management for years, but he’s extremely passionate about working with physicians. Listen in to hear his story and learn why you need to get better with your money today. It’s interesting to note that the person wh…
 
After taking time off for her own mental wellness, technician Sarah Stowman made it her mission to elevate the conversation about compassion fatigue and mental health at her clinic. After training as a Certified Compassion Fatigue Professional (CCFP) and Certified Trauma Professional (CTP), she was able to create a shared language and resources at …
 
On this episode Dave shares about acute coronary syndrome and some of the important ECG shapes and morphologies that can occur in the very beginnings of the injury to the Cardiomyocytes of your heart. Also In This Episode Abnormally wide T waves ECG Tracing examples Don't get confused with Hyperkalemia Subscribe to the video version of this podcast…
 
Contributor: Peter Bakes, MD Educational Pearls: Ophthalmia Neonatorum encompasses any conjunctivitis that presents within the first 28 days of life Neonates often receive prophylactic silver nitrate eye drops for gonorrhea prophylaxis, but the drops can cause chemical conjunctivitis Etiology & Timing of Presentation: Silver nitrate conjunctivitis …
 
Contributor: Aaron Lessen, MD Educational Pearls: Preterm deliveries in the ED can be complex and preventing hypothermia is essential to the health of the baby Recent meta-analysis examined methods for warming preterm deliveries to prevent hypothermia The most effective way to warm the baby is by wrapping them in plastic References Abiramalatha T, …
 
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