Browsing: August 2021

Kawasaki Disease and Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome (MIS-C) can be challenging to distinguish, especially because COVID-19 infections can be asymptomatic. Ongoing studies are helping emergency phys
Nonconvulsive status epilepticus has traditionally been thought of as a rare condition. There is little data regarding its true incidence, but evidence suggests it is far more common than once believe
Point-of-care ultrasound can be used to detect Meckel’s diverticulum as the underlying etiology of lower abdominal pain in pediatric patients. In the following case, bedside family-centered teaching a
Septic cardiomyopathy (colloquially known as septic heart) lacks formal criteria, but emergency physicians should be aware of generally accepted clinical signs. Awareness of septic cardiomyopathy as a
Multiple endocrine neoplasia (MEN) syndromes are rare, inherited disorders, and adrenal hemorrhage is a rare cause of abdominal pain. We present a case of bilateral adrenal hemorrhages due to pheochro
Periappendiceal abscesses are a rare complication of pediatric appendicitis. In this case presentation, the little-seen consequence was identified by point-of-care ultrasound.
While applying to fellowship in the best of times can be stressful, the 2020 application cycle was uniquely different in that all interviews were held virtually. Navigating this uncharted territory wa
This EMRA Critical Care Committee Deep Dive will review the current available literature on targeted temperature management for cardiac arrest.
Hemorrhage control programs such as Stop The Bleed remain a versatile option for responders of all backgrounds.