60 yo M w/ PEA arrest and ROSC, found to be profoundly hypotensive in the ED ...
Submitted by Karen O'Brien, DO
60 yo w/ hx insulin dependent diabetes, HTN, HLD, presents to the ED complaining of double vision and drooping eyelid for 3 days. POC glucose 359. CTH w/o and CTA head negative. What's the likely diagnosis?
Submitted by Loran Hatch, DO
Submitted by Vicki Parikh, MD
Anchoring on the most common can miss rare diagnoses
Submitted by Tom Sewatsky, MD
Check out this summary on the basics of Acute Radiation Syndrome
Submitted by Jared Klein, DO
8 yo F presents to the ED c/o L hip pain.
Submitted by Aimee Parks, MD
What's the difference between anaphylaxis and anaphylactoid reactions? How do you diagnose and treat them? Should you avoid epinephrine in elderly patients? All these answers coming right up!
Submitted by Stacy Marshall, MD
Important concepts on the basics of mechanical ventilation...
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