A 21 yo male presents after a ground level fall while intoxicated. His arm is obviously deformed. Time to shoot some xrays and find some plaster!
Submitted by Richard Byrne, MD
In the next several posts, we review some of the common GI disorders we see in the ED, starting with peptic ulcer disease and gastritis. Read on for a good overview and some pearls of wisdom from Dr. Ugorets!
Submitted by Angela Ugorets, MD
Submitted by Karen O'Brien, DO
Do you know how to intubate the patient with a sick right ventricle (i.e., pulmonary embolism, pulmonary hypertension, etc.)?
Submitted by Haney Mallemat, MD
Department Chair, Dr. Chansky, gives a lecture on Acid-Base Disturbances
A 37 yo male presents with acute exacerbation of chronic back pain
Submitted by Danielle Kovalsky, MD
A 55 year old male presents after an altercation at a bar. The EMT warns you that his right eye "looks pretty weird" as they transfer him to the ED stretcher....
Submitted by Eric Chavis, MD
Can't pee? All the pearls about urinary retention
Submitted by Lynn Manganiello, DO
Submitted by Christine Collins, MD
Does rapid lowering of blood pressure improve outcomes in patients with ICH?
Submitted by Sydney Tabaac, MD
Lecture by Dr. Reisman, M.D., Attending at Cooper Pediatric Emergency Department
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