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ACEP Critical Decisions in Emergency Medicine American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP)

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Podcast by American College of Emergency Physicians

    Critical Decisions in Emergency Medicine - February 2020

    Critical Decisions in Emergency Medicine - February 2020

    In this month’s episode of Critical Decisions in Emergency Medicine, Drs. Danya Khoujah and Wendy Chang discuss the sensitive subject of suicide, the third most common killer of Americans younger than 35 years. They’ll also dive into personal finance and share some essential tips for protecting your nest egg. In addition, you’ll hear about other hot topics featured in the February issue, including opioid-prescribing policies and the removal of retained needle fragments.

    • 43 min
    January 2020 Critical Decisions in Emergency Medicine

    January 2020 Critical Decisions in Emergency Medicine

    In this month’s episode of Critical Decisions in Emergency Medicine, Drs. Danya Khoujah and Wendy Chang discuss foodborne vectors – a common and potentially dangerous source of infection, despite modern processing techniques and increased regulations. They’ll also explain how to manage the ethical and legal complications surrounding the management of pediatric patients in the ED. In addition, you’ll hear about the hot topics covered in the publication’s regular features, including Critical Image and Critical Procedure.

    • 29 min
    The December 2019 Episode

    The December 2019 Episode

    In this episode of Critical Decisions in Emergency Medicine, Dr. Danya Khoujah and Dr. Wendy Chang review the December 2019 issue. In the first lesson, they discuss deep eye problems and how to treat them in the ED. In the second lesson, they cover evidence-based tips and tricks for rapid-sequence intubation. Plus, find out about the LLSA review article, Drug Box, Tox Box, and Critical EKG.

    • 45 min
    November 2019

    November 2019

    In this episode of Critical Decisions in Emergency Medicine, Dr. Danya Khoujah and Dr. Wendy Chang review the November 2019 issue. In the first lesson, they discuss athletic pubalgia. The second lesson in the publication covers abdominal pain in older adults. Plus, find out about the LLSA review article, Drug Box, Tox Box and Critical EKG.

    If you are interested in a complimentary issue or subscribing to Critical Decisions in Emergency Medicine, please visit: http://www.acep.org/cdem/products

    Be sure and connect on twitter: @DanyaKhoujah and @EM_NCC

    • 43 min
    October 2019

    October 2019

    In this episode of Critical Decisions in Emergency Medicine, Dr. Danya Khoujah and Dr. Wendy Chang review the October 2019 issue. In the first lesson, they discuss Rhabdomyolysis and why timely diagnosis is so important. The second lesson in the publication covers pediatric scrotal pain and swelling. Plus, find out about the LLSA review article, Drug Box, Tox Box and Critical EKG.

    If you are interested in a complimentary issue, or subscribing to Critical Decisions in Emergency Medicine, please visit: http://www.acep.org/cdem/products

    Be sure and connect on twitter: @DanyaKhoujah and @EM_NCC

    • 25 min
    September 2019

    September 2019

    In this month’s episode of Critical Decisions in Emergency Medicine, Dr. Danya Khoujah and Dr. Wendy Chang discuss lessons from the September 2019 issue. First up, “Hard to Swallow”. Cold and flu season is coming, make sure you are prepared for the common and not so common sore throat complaint. Also, “Out of Joint” a lesson on should dislocations and soft tissue injuries. Of course, there is the Tox Box, Drug Box, Critical Image, Critical EKG and more.

    Twitter: @DanyaKhoujah and @em_ncc

    If you would like a complimentary issue of Critical Decisions in Emergency Medicine or want to subscribe, please visit: www.acep.org/cdem/products

    • 30 min

Customer Reviews

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Fun on the run!!!THANK YOU !
Wandering One!

PDSimm ,

Great discussion-based reviews of EM cases

I am an FP, but nevertheless enjoyed the co-hosts’ teaching one another the pearls and principles they learned from the articles. Entertaining and engaging format!

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