Browsing: April 2022

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The crisis in Ukraine has created a pivotal time for emergency physicians to provide the right type of aid and, eventually, help bolster EM education and practice within Ukrainian health care.
In this month’s addition to the Program Director Interview Series we had the opportunity to chat with Charles Khoury, MD, MSHA to learn about the University of Alabama at Birmingham Emergency Medicine
A 67-year-old male with a PMH of HTN, HLD, DM, and COPD presents to the emergency department due sudden chest discomfort. What is your interpretation of his ECG?
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Isolated traumatic gallbladder injury is extremely rare and must be thoroughly evaluated due to the complications associated with traumatic gallbladder injury.
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One of the things EMRA loves most – and does best – is help to create confident, inspiring leaders to guide the specialty into the future.
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Second-generation antipsychotics are becoming more commonly used because of their safety profiles. Nevertheless, this case demonstrates a risk of QTc prolongation and torsades de pointes with olanzapi
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Hematuria is a common complaint in the emergency department - and one that is largely benign. Nonetheless, there are several emergent conditions the emergency physician should consider when evaluating
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Spinal cord infarction is infrequent and if missed can result in significant mortality, disability (including irreversible paralysis), and reduced quality of life. Here we discuss a case of spinal str
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Although rare, chorea-hyperglycemia-basal ganglia syndrome is a presenting symptom of uncontrolled diabetes mellitus.
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Climate health and public health are linked in ways that become more obvious every year. In this context, we will summarize the marine toxins that are sending more patients to the emergency department