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SGEM Xtra: How to Think, Not What to Think
Date: October 21st, 2020
This is an SGEM Xtra episode. I had the honour of presenting at the Department of Family Medicine’s Grand Rounds at the Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry. The title of the talk was: How to think, not what to think. The presentation is available to watch on YouTube, listen to…
SGEM#305: Somebody Get Me A Doctor – But Do I Need TXA by EMS for a TBI?
Date: October 14th, 2020
Guest Skeptic: Dr.Salim Rezaie is a community emergency physician at Greater San Antonio Emergency Physicians (GSEP), where he is the director of clinical education. Salim is probably better known as the creator and founder of the wonderful knowledge translation project called REBEL EM. It is a free, critical appraisal blog and…
SGEM#304: Treating Acute Low Back Pain – It’s Tricky, Tricky, Tricky
Date: October 9th, 2020
Guest Skeptic: Dr. Sergey Motov is an Emergency Physician in the Department of Emergency Medicine, Maimonides Medical Center in New York City. He is also one of the world’s leading researchers on pain management in the emergency department, specifically the use of ketamine. His twitter handle is @PainFreeED.
Reference: Friedman et…
SGEM Xtra: Money, Money, Money It’s A Rich Man’s World – In the House of Medicine
Date: September 28th, 2020
Guest Skeptic: Dr.Michelle Cohen (@DocMCohen). She is a rural Family Physician, writer (CBC News, Toronto Star and McLean’s Magazine), Assistant Professor Queens University and the Co-Chair of the Advocacy Committee of Canadian Women in Medicine.
This is an SGEM Xtra episode based on an article by Dr. Cohen and Dr. Kiran…
SGEM#303: Two Can Make It – Less likely to have another stroke but more likely to have a bleed (THALES Trial)
Date: October 2nd, 2020
Guest Skeptic: Dr.Barbra Backus is an emergency physician at the Emergency Department of the Erasmus University Medical Center in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. She is the creator of the HEART Score and an enthusiastic researcher.
Reference: Claiborne Johnston S et al. Ticagrelor and Aspirin or Aspirin Alone in Acute Ischemic Stroke or…
SGEM#302: We Didn’t Start the Fire but Can Antacid Monotherapy Stop the Fire?
Date: September 22nd, 2020
Guest Skeptic: Dr. Chris Bond is an emergency medicine physician in Calgary. He is also an avid FOAM supporter/producer through various online outlets including TheSGEM.
Reference: Warren et al. Antacid monotherapy is more effective in relieving epigastric pain than in combination with lidocaine. A randomized double-blind clinical trial. AEM Sept 2020.…
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