EMU 365 Bleeding Out: Massive Transfusion in Trauma with Andrew Petrosoniak

In this EMU 65 video, Dr. Andrew Petrosoniak, trauma team leader at St. Michael's Hospital in Toronto, suggests a formula to assess which patients require massive transfusion, how to identify early who need blood and how, tools to help identify who needs blood, pitfall situations, how best to deliver the blood to your patients and more...

EMU 365 Toxicology Cases from the ED

In this EMU 65 video, Dr. Emily Austin discusses appropriate circumstances where you might consider gastric lavage, critical bupropion overdose and when to use intralipid emulsion therapy, types of inhalant exposures, and more...

EMU 365 Pediatric Elbow Nightmares with Arun Sayal

This is the 2nd instalment of The Emergency Medicine Update Conference's recently launched EMU 365 video series. In this EMU 65 video, Dr. Arun Sayal, an emergency physician who runs a weekly minor fracture clinic at NYGH discusses his approach to pediatric elbow injuries, the importance of good lateral images, common and uncommon missed elbow injuries and clinically important epicondylar fractures that can mimic normal ossification centers and more...

EMU 365 New Video Series Launched!

North York General's Emergency Medicine Update Conference has just launched EMU 365 video series!  Videos of some of their premier plenary speakers will be released periodically to bring you Emergency Medicine Update year round!  These are edited talks from some of North America's greatest speakers in Emergency Medicine. In this EMU 65 video, Dr. Justin Morgenstern reviews high yield, practice changing EM articles including: alternative options to treat nausea or vomiting in the ED including isopropyl alcohol and haloperidol, the best method of preoxygenation, controversies around post-contrast acute kidney injury, best method of immobilization for pediatric forearm buckle injuries and more...

EM Cases Course 2019 Speakers Line Up!

After getting feedback from our sold out courses in 2016, 2017 and 2018, we have a superlative line up in store for you, with more live podcasts, small group workshops, prizes, fun learning and ready for it......we've added a second day to the course dedicated entirely to simulation...

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Ep 110 Airway Pitfalls – Live from EMU 2018

The last decade has seen a torrent of literature and expert opinion on emergency airway management. It is challenging to integrate all this new information into a seamless flow when faced with a challenging airway situation. In this live podcast recorded at North York General's Emergency Medicine Update Conference 2018, Scott Weingart and Anton Helman put together the latest in emergency airway management by outlining  6 common airway pitfalls: Failure to prepare for failure, failure to position the patient properly, failure to optimize oxygenation, failure to optimize hemodynamics, failure to consider an awake intubation and failure to prepare for a cricothyrotomy...

Ep 107 Blunt Ocular Trauma Live from The EM Cases Course

In this live podcast on Blunt Ocular Trauma from The EM Cases Course 2018 with Anna MacDonald we discuss the most important diagnoses to consider, describe how physical exam in queen while CT can misguide you, explain a simple approach to orbital compartment syndrome with retrobulbar hematoma, give you tips on lateral canthotomy, how to pick up subtle hyphemas, why sickle cell patients are high risk, describe the key clinical clues to subtle globe rupture, the role of tranexamic acid in eye bleeds and much more...

EM Cases Course 2018 Speakers Announced!

Announcing the speaker line-up for the 3rd annual EM Cases Course, February 3rd, 2018 in Toronto. After getting feedback from our sold out courses in 2016 and 2017 we have a superlative line up in store for you, with live podcasts, small group workshops, prizes and fun learning...

Episode 99 Highlights from EMU 2017

North York General Hospital's 30th Annual Emergency Medicine Update (EMU) Conference 2017 featured some of the best talks I've ever heard from the likes of Sara Gray, Amal Mattu, David Carr and many more. I had a hard time choosing which talks to feature on this EM Cases podcast. I settled on a potpourri of clinical topics and practice tips: Leeor Sommer on Lyme disease, Chris Hicks on signover, Matt Poyner on patient complaints and Walter Himmel on acute vestibular syndrome...