Browsing: June 2019

The most common cause of torsades de pointes is acquired prolongation in the QT interval because of medication. Treating it may require pharmacologic pacing or, in some circumstances, mechanical pacin
Informatics remains an up-and-coming field, and its applications in medicine are far-reaching. Just don't be intimidated by the name.
EMRA is focusing on new benefits, new ways to shine a spotlight on EM rock stars, and deadlines coming up this summer.
During residency you refine the habits that will underpin the quality of your care, job satisfaction, and career progression. Consider some advice based on 36 years of emergency medicine practice in b
Intern year is crowded with new people, new experiences - and new doubts. For all the interns wondering "Am I terrible?" Joan Noelker has a complicated answer: Yes.
STEMI equivalents represent coronary occlusion without meeting the traditional STE criteria. It's important important to recognize these patterns in a timely fashion.