Podcast by Ryan Radecki, MD & Rory Spiegel, MD
In the May issue of Annals of Emergency Medicine Ryan and Rory discuss the use of femoral doppler in cardiac arrest, pulmonary embolisms diagnostic pathways, and how often we do procedures in the Emergency Department
In the April issue of the Annals of Emergency Medicine podcast Ryan and Rory discuss vital signs in children, assessing competency in US curriculum, prescription drug monitoring programs effects on rates of adolescent overdose and much much more
On this month's issue of the Annals of Emergency Medicine podcast Rory and Ryan discuss the ideal oxygen level when managing patients with acute traumatic brain injury, the optimal dosing strategy for diltiazem in patients with atrial fibrillation and RVR, and the risk delayed hemorrhage in patients on antithrombotic medications with mild head injury.
In this month's episode Rory and Ryan talk about Emergency Responder's impact on medicine, Administering Buprenorphine to overdose survivors, implementation of the modified C-Spine rule by paramedics, the frequency of Emergency Department visits during pregnancy and more!
Rory and Ryan start off the new year discussing telehealth outcomes in patients with sepsis, COVID-19 patients discharged on supplemental O2, documenting social risk factors in the ED, and much more.
In the December issue of the Annals Rory and Ryan discuss Predictors of Laryngospasm, intervention to reduce computer tomography usage and much more
Its a great journal review
Not sure if its Ryan or Rory but one of the hosts needs to dial back the flower haha tone when he's reading the reviews. The other host has it down. Other than that, its a great resource. Remember guys, we are listening for info, not entertainment.
Great summary of Annals.
I have always enjoyed the Annals podcast and it’s nice to get a succinct breakdown of the monthly publication. I also enjoy that they often mention in summary what most of us are thinking(sepsis metrics, etc)
Great monthly review!
Have been enjoying Rory and Ryan’s commentary each month but please bring back the old intro music! Your fans demand it!