Browsing: August 2023

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In this months installment of our Resident Q&A series, we are highlighting the Maine Medical Centers Emergency Medicine Residency Program. We spoke with the Chief Resident, Katie Toth, MD, about what
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In the latest installment of our PD Q&A series, we are highlighting the Maine Medical Center EM Residency Program. We spoke with the current PD Dr. Casey MacVane, about what makes her program unique a
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Emergency physicians use negotiation skills everyday — with both patients and peers. Building strong negotiation skills early can make long-term impacts on career progression.
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More evidence is stacking up in favor of video laryngoscopy. The DEVICE Trial shows that when intubating critically ill patients in the ED or ICU, consider using video over direct laryngoscopy to impr
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An interview with Gregory Ciottone, MD, a leader in disaster medicine and president of the World Association for Disaster and Emergency Medicine (WADEM)
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Western pygmy rattlesnake envenomations are a rare occurrence but should not be underestimated, as they cause significant morbidity. FabAV, also known as CroFab® (generic: crotalidae polyvalent immune
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Initiating buprenorphine-naloxone treatment in the ED helps patients who are ready to start treatment and educates them about their options. Introducing buprenorphine-naloxone as an option in the ED w