Dr. Erin Sabolick discusses how to manage your team during cardiac arrest from ResusEM. Want to come to ResusEM2 on 8/1/18? Buy your ticket for $99 and receive CME
Find out why the RV needs more love in this video by John Greenwood.
Withdrawal delirium (delirium tremens) can mimic many other critical illnesses we see including but not limited to sepsis, toxidromes, excited delirium, and hyperthermia, making it a life-threatening disease that is often underrecognized.
Whether you use it or not, read this summary regarding the use of bicarbonate in metabolic acidosis
A 2-year old presents with a chief complaint of accidental mothball ingestion 2 days ago (as per his mother). He appears pale and has had a couple episodes of vomiting. He has a history of G6PD deficiency. What are your immediate concerns? (read more for the answer)