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The Most Trusted News Source in Emergency Medicine An award-winning news magazine for the nation's 37,000 emergency physicians published by Wolters Kluwer, Emergency Medicine News provides breaking coverage of advances, trends, and issues within the field, as well as clinical commentary by Editorial Board Chairman James R. Roberts, MD, a leader in the field, Edwin Leap, MD, Leon Gussow, MD, Jennifer Wiler, MD, Ravi Morchi, MD, Darren Braude, MD, and Graham Walker, MD, among many others. The newspaper features comprehensive special reports, illuminating profiles, and dynamic editorials. Physicians who are registered with the AMA/AOA as having a primary specialty related to emergency medicine are eligible for a free subscription. To order EMN or for other Subscription Services, please visit www.myEMNsub.com. You may also call (800)430-5450 or send an email to [email protected]. You will need your account number, located above your name on your mailing label.

Good advice from Drs. Rick Pescatore and Ali Raja in their EMN Live podcast this month: Don’t give flu patients steroids...
02/06/2020
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Good advice from Drs. Rick Pescatore and Ali Raja in their EMN Live podcast this month: Don’t give flu patients steroids; they increase mortality. Hear more at http://bit.ly/EMNLive! #FOAMed

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We simplified the CDC's guidelines for coronavirus for EPs and EDs. Find criteria for testing patients, how to advise th...
02/05/2020
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We simplified the CDC's guidelines for coronavirus for EPs and EDs. Find criteria for testing patients, how to advise those exposed, and preventive measures at http://bit.ly/EMNNewsBlog

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Ripal Patel, MD, shares what it is like to work in rural EDs, the racism he has faced, and how EM has allowed him to for...
02/05/2020
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Ripal Patel, MD, shares what it is like to work in rural EDs, the racism he has faced, and how EM has allowed him to form bridges with the most unlikely of patients. Listen to the Physician Grind podcast at http://bit.ly/PhysGrind!

Emergency Medicine’s #1 Journal Publication: Clinical advances and trends from the most trusted emergency medical news source in emergency medicine.

Should small differences in first-pass success be the benchmark to determine the ideal paralytic—rocuronium or succinylc...
02/05/2020
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Should small differences in first-pass success be the benchmark to determine the ideal paralytic—rocuronium or succinylcholine—in rapid sequence intubation? Rory Spiegel, MD, takes sides in this article ahead of print.

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02/03/2020

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Be the first to read the latest issue with articles from Drs. James Roberts, Edwin Leap, Christine Butts, Sandra Scott S...
02/01/2020

Be the first to read the latest issue with articles from Drs. James Roberts, Edwin Leap, Christine Butts, Sandra Scott Simons, Rory Spiegel, Leon Gussow, Graham Walker, Richard Pescatore, Michelle Johnston, Courtney Smalley, Michelle Lin, Kelly Ellis, Alice Lee, Brady Pregerson, Loice Swisher, and Michael Mouw at www.EM-news.com!

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01/31/2020

New issue coming out tomorrow. Find out when it goes live. Sign up for our eTOC at www.EM-News.com. (Click “Subscribe to eTOC” at bottom of home page.)

A 52-year-old man with a history of hypertension and high cholesterol presents with shortness of breath and dry cough of...
01/29/2020

A 52-year-old man with a history of hypertension and high cholesterol presents with shortness of breath and dry cough of a week and a half. What does his ECG show? Find the answer at http://bit.ly/EMN-Bradycardia! #FOAMed

EPs will see more and more immunotherapy complications, such as endocrinopathy and pneumonitis, that are difficult to re...
01/29/2020
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EPs will see more and more immunotherapy complications, such as endocrinopathy and pneumonitis, that are difficult to recognize. Learn more about this cancer treatment in this article ahead of print.

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01/27/2020

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Dr. Sandra Scott Simons says the EMR forces ED staff to do their jobs linearly rather than simultaneously, and it magnif...
01/26/2020
ER Goddess: Why EMRs Don't Work for EPs : Emergency Medicine News

Dr. Sandra Scott Simons says the EMR forces ED staff to do their jobs linearly rather than simultaneously, and it magnifies human inefficiency by allowing an incomplete task by one person to block time-sensitive care by others.

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Dr. James Roberts and Ms. Martha Roberts say laying hands on a patient’s abdomen is still a good way to help make a diag...
01/25/2020

Dr. James Roberts and Ms. Martha Roberts say laying hands on a patient’s abdomen is still a good way to help make a diagnosis. Try this old-school test before you do a paracentesis. Learn more at http://bit.ly/EMN-ProceduralPause! #FOAMed

Sometimes the easiest way to avoid blind spot bias is to ask a few questions, like in the case of this young woman with ...
01/24/2020
Emergency Medicine News

Sometimes the easiest way to avoid blind spot bias is to ask a few questions, like in the case of this young woman with a puffed-up appearance who was brought in by EMS for respiratory distress, says Dr. Michael Mouw. Read his latest blog post at http://bit.ly/EMNTrialError!

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Could early systolic notching be the answer to ruling in or out massive or submassive pulmonary embolism at the bedside?...
01/22/2020
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Could early systolic notching be the answer to ruling in or out massive or submassive pulmonary embolism at the bedside? Christine Butts, MD, looks at the pros and cons in this article ahead of print.

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01/21/2020

Antibiotics for low back pain? What? Drs. Rick Pescatore and Ali Raja said they made fun of it at first too, but now think it’s mind-blowing stuff. Hear more in their latest EMN Live podcast. Tune in now at http://bit.ly/EMNLive! #FOAMed

Dr. Larry Mellick hates cricothyrotomies. Find out why and learn about the four-step technique to make them easier at ht...
01/16/2020

Dr. Larry Mellick hates cricothyrotomies. Find out why and learn about the four-step technique to make them easier at http://bit.ly/EMN-Mellick. #FOAMed

TXA may benefit a subset of patients with TBI, but Rory Spiegel, MD, says that does not translate into patient-important...
01/15/2020
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TXA may benefit a subset of patients with TBI, but Rory Spiegel, MD, says that does not translate into patient-important outcomes. Learn more about the CRASH-3 trial in this article ahead of print.

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The Most Trusted News Source in Emergency Medicine An award-winning news magazine for the nation's 41,000 emergency physicians published by Wolters Kluwer, Emergency Medicine News provides breaking coverage of advances, trends, and issues within the field, as well as clinical commentary by Editorial Board Chairman James R. Roberts, MD, a leader in the field, Edwin Leap, MD, Leon Gussow, MD, Richard Pescatore, MD, Darren Braude, MD, and Graham Walker, MD, among many others. The newspaper features comprehensive special reports, illuminating profiles, and dynamic editorials. Physicians who are registered with the AMA/AOA as having a primary specialty related to emergency medicine are eligible for a free subscription. To order EMN or for other Subscription Services, please visit www.myEMNsub.com. You may also call (800)430-5450 or send an email to [email protected]. You will need your account number, located above your name on your mailing label.

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Dear Emergency medicine doctor community, I wanted to share some exciting news with the group. I know we are not suppose to post ads but I am proud to announce the release of the emergency medicine board review book I wrote and self published this past year in 2019 called Rapid Fire EM. I don't know how I did it, but I did, and I think it's awesome! It consists of 26 chapters, 390 pages, and of over 4000 questions including the high-yield, need to know facts in emergency medicine. Over 1300 hours of hard work coming to fruition. It is very exciting. It has been peer reviewed and edited by 18 EM doctors around the country including some in this group. Since it was released last week it has been selling all over the country. Woohoo! If you are interested some short facts about the book are as follows: -Rapid board review in under 20 hours -High-yield facts you need to know -Direct question-answer format -Conveniently organized by organ system -Perfectly fits in your white coat pocket Who is Rapid Fire EM for? Emergency medicine residents who want high-yield facts without spending hundreds of hours studying. Medical students who want to excel on their EM rotation. Physician assistant and nurse practitioners seeking a career in EM. Current attendings who want a clinical refresher without investing hundreds of hours and thousands of dollars for a review course. I would like to ask for your help and invited everyone to please check out the website I created https://rapidfireem.com/ for further information, and follow #rapidfireem on Instagram. Books can be purchased at https://rapidfireem.com/ and Amazon. I would appreciate the help and ask everyone to share it with those you know working in the emergency medicine field, especially any of those working with residents, students, and midlevels. Thank you to all of those who helped bring this book to life!
Gulfcoast Ultrasound Institute Co-Medical Director Dr. Charlotte Derr, MD, RDMS, FACEP demonstrates how to improve your ultrasound image in foreign body localization and tendon injury evaluation by using a water bath. Improve your competence and confidence in point-of-care ultrasound, and implement skills learned into clinical practice after attending a Point-of-Care Ultrasound Course at Gulfcoast. Registration is as easy as a click or call. https://www.gcus.com/cme/emergency-medicine-ultrasound-courses-training | 727.363.4500
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Hello Admin, Permission to post :) The University of the Philippines-Manila Disaster Risk Reduction and Management in Health (DRRM-H) Center in collaboration with Department of Science and Technology, National Institutes of Health, and UP-Manila College of Public Health will spearhead Mass Casualty Incident (MCI) and Triage Training Course on November 6-8, 2019 at Orchid Garden Suites. This three-day training aims to provide trainees with wider understanding on the recommended triaging skills and patient management, emphasizing on the application of different triaging algorithms during mass casualty incidents using multidisciplinary approach. Please follow us through our events page, https://www.facebook.com/events/503968013500039/ Thank you! Hope to see you in the training!
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