Browsing: October 2021

The complexity and variety of signs and symptoms associated with temporal lobe epilepsy make this condition notably difficult to diagnose.
Doxepin is a tricyclic antidepressant (TCA) that was primarily approved for depression but has also been approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to treat insomnia and anxiety. Do you know h
With > 50,000 yearly SWAT deployments in the U.S. alone and tactical environments that are not optimized for medical care, the need for well-trained physician-led tactical medical teams is clear. What
Physical therapy treatment delivered in the emergency department is a relatively novel practice; however, over the past decade it has started to become more common.
Endotracheal intubation is one of the most high-stakes and critical procedures we as emergency physicians perform. Because there are fundamental differences between airway management under emergent an
A 61-year-old male with past medical history of hypertension and hyperlipidemia presents to the emergency department with 8/10 substernal chest pain. What is your interpretation of his ECG?
When doctors collaborate with social workers, patients and health systems alike reap the benefits, according to analysis by the Health Policy Journal Club.
EMRA strives to help you be the best doctor and leader you can be, helping to make emergency medicine the best specialty it can be. These outstanding physicians and trainees have gone an extra mile -
What is culture, especially organizational culture? More important: How can a single individual affect the culture of an entire group? These 5 stages of success shed some light on that question.
Autumn is the perfect time to reflect on the past year and to consider what we are thankful for. Looking back on my term as EMRA’s president, I can think of about 20,000 reasons to be thankful.