Rapid Reviews Video on Lyme Disease

The EM Cases Rapid Reviews Videos library is growing! You might have had trouble remembering all the details of Episode 99 Highlights from EMU Conference from this past year and Leeor Sommer's brilliant talk on Lyme Disease. But don't fret! In this short video Taryn Lloyd reviews the ED recognition, diagnosis and management of the often elusive acute and disseminated Lyme Disease...

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...

Episode 38: ENT Emergencies Pearls, Pitfalls, Tips and Tricks

Dr. Leeor Sommer who runs ENT hands-on workshops and Dr. Maria Ivankovic, lecturer extraordinaire on ENT emergencies discuss ENT Emergencies Pearls, Pitfalls, Tips & Tricks: Dr. Ivankovic's stepwise approach to managing epistaxis including the best local anesthetics, the use of ice to decrease nasal flow, who requires antibiotics, the management of hypertension in epistaxis, tranexamic acid for nose bleeds and managing posterior bleeds, tips for nasal and ear foreign body removal including the use of tissue adhesive, how to pick up and work up the dreaded Malignant Otitis Externa including key diagnostic pearls the best tests, sudden sensorineural hearing loss ('The Bells' Palsy of the Ear') including how to save a patient from losing their hearing, Epiglottitis including diagnostic clues and imaging findings, Pharyngitis work-up and treatment: Do we need to work-up and treat with antibiotics at all? & The Toronto Throat Score, Tips and Tricks for peritonsillar abscess drainage, Hereditary and ACE-inhibitor associated Angioedema presentations and management including the use of C1 Esterase inhibitors.

Best Case Ever 19: Extubation in the ED

Dr. Leeor Sommer,who runs annual ENT workshops in Toronto give us his Best Case Ever involving an Extubation in the ED gone bad. In the related Episode 38 - ENT Emergencies - Pearls & Pitfalls, Tips & Tricks, Dr. Leeor Sommer and Dr. Maria Ivankovic, lecturer extrodinaire on ENT emergencies discuss: Dr. Ivankovic's stepwise approach to managing epistaxis, Tips for nasal and ear foreign body removal, How to pick up and work up the dreaded Malignant Otitis Externa, Sudden sensorineural hearing loss ('The Bells' Palsy of the Ear'), Epiglottitis work-up and management, Pharyngitis work-up and treatment - Does anyone with phayrngitis need antibiotics?, Tips and Tricks for peritonsillar abscess drainage, Hereditary and ACE-inhibitor associated Angioedema presentations and management.