Morgan Oskutis, MD
Hyponatremia is a commonly encountered clinical problem in both the emergency department and ICU settings. The differential diagnosis can be vexing but is critical to initiation of the correct treatment. Read on for a brief clinicall vignette addressing this dilemma
As EM physicians, we receive training in obstetrics. While most of us don't walk into a shift *hoping* for a delivery, we are trained to handle these cases if the present. Postpartum hemorrhage can be a complication of even a "normal" delivery. Read on below for some pearles regarding how to manage a postpartum hemorrhage.