Browsing: August 2015

Critical Care Research Database - 2015 Edition This research database is a comprehensive resource through which students, residents and fellows can develop a sound understanding of major topics in th
Making the Most of Your EMRA Membership With so many benefits coming with an EMRA membership, sometimes it can be difficult to know where to start. Here are a few tips to help you navigate the waters
Brian J. Levine, MD, FACEP Brian J. Levine, MD, FACEP Medical School: University of Vermont Residency: Christiana Care Health System (formerly Medical Center of Delaware) Current Position: EM residen
Does TXA MATTER When Your Patients CRASH? A Summary of 2 Seminal Studies of Tranexamic Acid in Trauma The past decade has ushered in significant advances in the care of patients with traumatic injuri
Creando Nuevos Caminos Internacionales: Una Entrevista con el Doctor Haywood Hall En los últimos años, medicina internacional ha tenido un constante crecimiento y expansión dentro de la medicina de u
Pain Management in the Emergency Department From the August 2012 issue of Emergency Medicine Practice, “An Evidence-Based Approach to Traumatic Pain Management in the Emergency Department.” Reprinte
Rash and Fever The Patient A 12-day-old healthy male is brought to the emergency department by his parents because of a blistering groin rash and fever that started 24 hours ago. His Tmax over that t
Bullet Points: Penetrating Neck Trauma A 57-year-old female is brought in to the emergency department after sustaining a gunshot wound to the right face. Initial assessment reveals facial swelling an
Pediatric Ovarian Torsion From the July 2012 issue of Pediatric Emergency Medicine Practice, “Diagnosing and Managing Ovarian and Adnexal Torsion in Children.” Reprinted with permission. To access y
Chest Pain and Answers It started about an hour ago,” he stammered. Sweating profusely and taking deep, splinted breaths between sentences, he described a great chest pain story. “Yeah, I'd say it's