New Rapid Reviews Videos on TIA

The EM Cases Rapid Reviews Videos library is growing! You might have had trouble remembering all the details of Episode 6 on TIA from a few years back with Walter Himmel and Daniel Selchen. But don't fret! In these short videos Eileen Cheung reviews the differential diagnosis of a TIA and its key features, the 4 types of TIA, the 4 key ED investigations for a TIA, the acute ED management of a TIA, risk-stratification and disposition decision in TIA and lastly as a special bonus, an approach to vertigo...

New Sickle Cell Disease Management Rapid Reviews Video

Our EM Cases feature Rapid Reviews Videos is growing! The latest release covers the main episode on Emergency Management of Sickle Cell Disease with John Foote and Richard Ward. In this video Michelle Yee reviews the key questions on history when assessing patients with sickle cell disease, the complications of sickle cell disease, an approach to pain and symptom management, and common misconceptions/pitfalls in emergency management of sickle cell disease pain crisis....

New Rapid Reviews Videos on IV Iron & Hyponatremia

Two classic EM Cases main episode podcasts, IV Iron for Anemia in EM with Jeannie Callum and Walter Himmel, and Emergency Management of Hyponatremia with Melanie Baimel and Ed Etchells are covered in the latest Rapid Reviews Videos by Taryn Lloyd and Nick Clarridge. Dr. Lloyd reviews how to avoid needless blood transfusions, the indications for IV iron and how to actually administer IV iron, while Dr. Clarridge reviews a novel approach, causes, complications and management of hyponatremia in the ED...

Rapid Reviews Videos on Hyperkalemia

Our new EM Cases feature Rapid Reviews Videos is growing! The latest release covers the main episode on hyperkalemia with Melanie Baimel and Ed Etchells. In the first video Nick Clarridge reviews a general approach to hyperkalemia, the ECG changes and mimics and determining the cause. In the second video he reviews the 3 core principles of hyperkalemia management, the indications for calcium, insulin and bicarb in hyperkalemia and the options in management of hyperkalemia associated with cardiac arrest....

By |2017-04-25T10:44:02-04:00April 25th, 2017|Categories: Clinical Practice, News, Rapid Reviews Videos|Tags: , |0 Comments
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