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The classic story of GHB intoxication you may see in your ED — “you are about to intubate a comatose patient and they wake up suddenly.” What next?
The recent rise in the number of people declining vaccinations is leading to a correlating rise in the cases of preventable diseases such as measles and mumps.
A look at this option for delivering supplemental oxygen in patients experiencing hypoxemic respiratory failure in emergency care.
Indiana University's Clinical Informatics Fellowship Director John T. Finnell is ready to help solve the enigma about the confluence of the ED and IT.
Ventilator alarms can be the first sign of an acute process and should be addressed immediately. It’s important to understand basic troubleshooting and move beyond DOPES when managing vent alarms.
Go beyond the classically considered androgenic hormones. This review describes some of the non-steroidal PEDs of abuse that may present to the emergency department setting and potential challenges in
This condition typically presents acutely as a subcutaneous band on the dorsal penis, often accompanied by pain. The prevalence is estimated to be approximately 1.4%, but it's thought to be under-repo
A 53-year-old male with unknown past medical history presents by EMS after a syncopal episode, acute shortness of breath, chest pain, and altered mental status. His initial vital signs are notable for
Rib fractures - what a pain. Look into this regional nerve block that can help affected patients in your ED.
Investigate the pressure of this tangled case of a patient with a limb-threatening injury at first discharged home in the absence of a fracture.