Stephanie Wilsey, MD

Advanced Practice: Beyond the Corneal Abrasion

A 28 year old female presents with right eye pain. She wears contact lenses and reports falling asleep with them in for the past few days. On fluroscein examination, you note a lesion that does not look like a typical abrasion.  You wonder if this could be a corneal ulcer and what the appropriate treatment may be?

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Advanced Practice: Pearls for Myasthenia Gravis Intubations

Whereas the dosing of sedative medications is usually unaffected, the chief concern is whether there should be changes for neuromuscular blockade – will your patient with myasthenia gravis require a higher or lower dose of your selected paralytic?

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A Case of Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

A college baseball player presents to your ED with right arm pain, which is worse with elevation of his arm (especially while throwing baseball) and has progressively worsened over past two weeks. He comes to your ED because of increased arm swelling and numbness in arm over past two days. Could this be thoracic outlet syndrome??

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