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Welcome to Arizona EMCast! A podcast of Emergency Medicine core content, practical EM tips and general ER goodness geared toward EM residents and EM-bound medical students.

Arizona EMCast Aaron Leetch, MD

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Welcome to Arizona EMCast! A podcast of Emergency Medicine core content, practical EM tips and general ER goodness geared toward EM residents and EM-bound medical students.

    October AZEMCast: The Approach to AFib with RVR

    October AZEMCast: The Approach to AFib with RVR

    Happy October everyone!








     
    This month, the Ring Down is a 56 year old male coming in by EMS with chest pain and palpitations.
    T 37.0 HR 147  BP 168/98 RR 18 O2 sat 96% on room air
     
    The Panel
    Dr. Brian “Candyman” Drummond
    Dr. Chris “Things that go bump in the nightshift” Williams 
    Dr. “Lord" David Horn 
     
    Who will win this month’s heat-pounding, pulse-racing episode with the best evidence-based approach to atrial fibrillation with rapid ventricular response?
     

    The AZEMCast Team 

    Email: aleetch@aemrc.arizona.edu
    Twitter: @arizonaemcast
     
    https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/arizona-emcast/id685439303?mt=2
    https://azemcast.podbean.com/feed/

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    September AZEMCast: The Approach to Elderly Abdominal Pain

    September AZEMCast: The Approach to Elderly Abdominal Pain

    Happy September everyone!





     
    This month the Ring Down is a 73-year-old female coming in by EMS with abdominal pain. She comes in vomiting.
    Temp 37.4, HR 62, BP 175/103 RR 20 O2 sat 94%
     
    How do you approach elderly abdominal paint? This month listen to Dr. Brian Drummond, Dr. Jenny Plitt and Dr. Elaine Situ-LaCasse square off to see who can best manage their patient with the utmost skill, prioritization and adherence to the best available evidence.
     

    The AZEMCast Team 

    Email: aleetch@aemrc.arizona.edu
    Twitter: @arizonaemcast
     
    https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/arizona-emcast/id685439303?mt=2
    https://azemcast.podbean.com/feed/







     

    • 50 Min.
    August AZEMCast: The Approach to the Unconscious Trauma

    August AZEMCast: The Approach to the Unconscious Trauma

    Happy August everyone!



     
    This month the Ring Down is a 53-year-old male coming in by EMS after an ejected motor vehicle collision. He is unconscious and unresponsive. Temp 36.4, HR 85, BP 195/115 RR 10 O2 sat 95% on 2L nasal cannula.
     
    How do you approach the unconscious trauma patient? This month listen to Dr. Brian Drummond, Dr. Jenny Plitt and Dr. Amber Rice square off to see who can best manage their patient with the utmost skill, prioritization and adherence to the best available evidence.
     

    The AZEMCast Team 

    Email: aleetch@aemrc.arizona.edu
    Twitter: @arizonaemcast
     
    https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/arizona-emcast/id685439303?mt=2
    https://azemcast.podbean.com/feed/





     

    • 45 Min.
    July 2020 -The Approach to Young Chest Pain

    July 2020 -The Approach to Young Chest Pain

    Happy July everyone!
    This season we are trying something brand new for your listening pleasure. It’s a unique approach to your education that is case-based, evidence-based and most importantly … competitive!
     
    The panelists you know and love will go head to head demonstrating the necessary skills you need to be a top notch emergency physician. Panelists will be awarded points for their quick wit, prioritization of tasks and mastery of evidence based medicine. However they will lose points for weak arguments, purely experience based medicine and use of unhelpful medical jargon like “high index of suspicion” or “gestalt.”
     
    Each episode they will navigate a case just as they would on shift, discussing their approach to the ring down, the work up and the dispo. The panelist with the most points at the end of the episode will have center stage to discuss the art of EM near and dear to their hearts. Follow along with the score and the cited literature as chapter title cards appear on your screen.We hope you enjoy this new take on EM education and can carry it forward to your next shift. 
     
    Welcome to this month’s episode on the Approach to Young Chest Pain.
     

    The AZEMCast Team 

    Email: aleetch@aemrc.arizona.edu
    Twitter: @arizonaemcast
     
    https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/arizona-emcast/id685439303?mt=2
    https://azemcast.podbean.com/feed/

    • 58 Min.
    June 2020 - Headache Treatment

    June 2020 - Headache Treatment

    Happy June everyone! 



     
    First, a huge shout out to our graduating seniors who need as much praise and admiration as possible to show our appreciation. It’s a new world and you are all ready for it! 
     
    Also a big welcome to our new interns who have traveled from all over to now be a part of the COVID battle in AZ. July 1st is always nerve wracking but I’m certain this year it’s even more so. Know that your program has your back and you can reach out at any time. Hopefully the worst part will be the endless Zoom meetings.
     
    And speaking of Zoom, this month we are talking about the management of headache in the ED. Migraine and headache are multifactorial complaints and there’s no one-size-fits-all treatment. This leads to some uncertainty but also to some creativity for us EM providers. Brian, two Chris’s and I will finish up our headache discussion with our tips to crafting the perfect migraine cocktail for your patient.
     
    Stay safe!
     

    The AZEMCast Team 

    Email: aleetch@aemrc.arizona.edu
    Twitter: @arizonaemcast
     
    https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/arizona-emcast/id685439303?mt=2
    https://azemcast.podbean.com/feed/





     

    • 45 Min.
    May 2020 - Headache Evaluation

    May 2020 - Headache Evaluation

    Happy May everyone! 
     
    At least I hope so. Things seems to be settling into the new normal and I hope you and yours are well.
     
    ED volumes are coming and with it, the typical ED complaints are coming back. And nothing says the ED is returning back to normal like the headache patient. Once the patient gets to us, how do we approach them? With evidence-based medicine and experience of course! Fortunately, this month’s episode has exactly that this month with Brian, Chris and myself.
     
    Stay safe!
     

    The AZEMCast Team 

    Email: aleetch@aemrc.arizona.edu
    Twitter: @arizonaemcast
     
    https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/arizona-emcast/id685439303?mt=2
    https://azemcast.podbean.com/feed/

    • 38 Min.

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