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The VITAMINS Trial looked at the role of vitamin C, thiamine, and hydrocortisone in saving patients with septic shock. It's the first randomized controlled trial focused on whether vitamins can provid
As the coronavirus outbreak continues to develop, the CDC has released interim guidelines that all emergency physicians should note.
A 62-year-old male presents with 1 hour of crushing chest pain radiating to the right shoulder. What is your interpretation of the following ECG and what would you do next?
Do you feel a little discomfort seeing a critically ill pediatric patient awaiting your care? Three EM to PEM attendings have some guidance they gathered along their journey towards pediatric emergenc
Ultrasound in the emergency department can reveal the echogenicity of the renal pyramids in Medullary Sponge Kidney. Despite previous episodes and presentations, it is often undiagnosed or overlooked
Nasopharyngeal tumors are exceedingly rare but their clinical presentation often includes symptoms commonly seen in the ED. These may include symptoms of more benign conditions, such as rhinitis or si
The key concern in the ED is if there is a way to risk stratify patients for AD and, if so, is there a test with high enough sensitivity and negative likelihood ratio to rule it out.
These lessons from international wilderness expedition leaders will make you more independent, capable, and confident on your next adventure.
A Q&A with a tactical medicine pioneer, Dr. John Wipfler III.
Failure to appropriately manage this increasingly common pathology leads to significant morbidity and mortality. Are you prepared to step in and help?