Browsing: September 2023

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This Critical Care Alert examines a study of targeted mild hypercapnia versus normocapnia for patients who achieved ROSC after out-of-hospital cardiac arrest.
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In this installment of EMRA Resident Interviews we spoke with Jasmine Hill, MD, Jose Reyes, MD, Vladimir Bernstein, MD, and Kyle Ackerman, MD, Chief Residents at Cook County Emergency Medicine
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In the latest installment of our PD Q&A series, we are highlighting the MedStar Georgetown University/Washington Hospital Center Emergency Medicine Residency Program. We spoke with the current PD Dr.
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Thyroid storm (TS) commonly occurs in patients with Graves’ disease. Its clinical manifestations overlap with many illnesses; therefore, diagnosis can be challenging. Prompt recognition and evaluation
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Marijuana, THC (tetrahydrocannabinol), and CBD (cannabidiol) products are becoming increasingly popularized and legalized in our society. With the proliferation of these products’ use also comes accid
In this underpowered RCT, no evidence was found that TXA limits HE nor that it improves clinical outcomes by 90 days in NOAC-associated ICH. That being said, there were no major safety concerns noted
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Senior residents in EM, congratulations on making it to your final year of training! This is certain to be an exciting time. It will also be challenging and stressful. Never forget that the work you d
EMRA's fiscal year-end report for 2023 shows the organization engaged in numerous initiatives to help members during an unprecedented Match cycle and continued to lead in its pillar areas of advocacy,
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In patients with advanced cancer, the combination of disease progression over time, as well as habituation to chronic opioids, often leads to the need to increase opioid dosing over the course of illn