Browsing: October 2019

Program Director Interview Series: Braden Hexom, MD | Emergency Medicine Residency Program Director at Rush University Medical Center, Chicago, IL Samuel Southgate, MSIV, University of Connecticut Sc
Can participation in sports programs reduce the chances of delinquent behavior in school-age children? A sports medicine fellow weighs in.
Symptoms of multiple myeloma can be as nondescript as weight loss, fatigue, generalized weakness, and bone pain. Focus on the classic tetrad of hypercalcemia, renal failure, anemia, and bony lytic les
Review 3 cases and string together 6 quick management pearls to help you keep on your toes when a child comes into the ED with diabetic ketoacidosis.
This specialty is ideal for emergency medicine and about ready to take off. Read on to get a grounded understanding of what it's like to care for patients extraterrestrially.
A 22-year-old male with a history of sickle cell disease is brought to the ED by police after he was found altered and naked outside on a rainy night.
Before employing this nerve block when addressing shoulder dislocations, ensure familiarity with the nerve structure in the area and assess whether it will be appropriate in the patient.
A targeted look at the effects of radiation sickness and what measures to take for decontamination and initial treatment.
Fracture blisters on this patient's ankle resulted from a sock topped by a SAM splint that went through a 8.5-mile mule ride to get to an ambulance. Take in these pointers on handling such injuries an
Meet three of your colleagues expanding medical care in Laos by becoming some of the first emergency medicine specialists in this developing country.