Help me fill in the blanks of the practice of ED Critical Care. In this podcast, we discuss all things related to the crashing, critically ill patient in the Emergency Department. Find the show notes at emcrit.org.
EMCrit 358 - Dizziness Makes Me Dizzy Still! - GRACE-3 and more with Peter Johns
EMCrit 357 - AMAX4 Crashing Anaphylaxis Explosion with Ben McKenzie
EMCrit Shadowboxing Case 5 - NeuroEMCrit Case
EMCrit 356 - More on Accidental Hypothermia with Ken Zafren
EMCrit 355 - AMAX4 for Crashing Anaphylaxis and Asthma
EMCrit 354 - Reduced-Dose Systemic Peripheral Fibrinolysis in Massive Pulmonary Embolism
I am a Neurotologist and my son is starting his ED training. He sent me this episode with Peter John which I just listened to. I have heard many people lecture on vertigo, including on evaluation in the ED, and this was the best discussion of this topic I have come across. It is rare that I agree with everything I hear people say on this topic, and rare not to find some outright errors and misinformation, but this discussion is exceptional in that and many other respects. It was truly outstanding in its accuracy, practical advice and concision, and I would recommend it for all ED, Neurology and OTO residents and practitioners. Congratulations and thank you for providing such an important service.
David J. Eisenman, MD
Dept. Of Otolaryngology- Head & Neck Surgery
Division of Otology, Neurotology & Skull Base Surgery
University of Maryland School of Medicine
Baltimore, MD, USA
Relevant to all CC/EM providers
Listening to EmCrit through the years as an ER nurse, now with 5+ years in a high acuity department and transitioning to the flight nurse role, I consistently find the FOAM/topics presented to be relevant to my practice and it feeds my hunger for continuing education. I feel that listening to SW helps me communicate my differentials/treatments in the pre-hospital environment during handoff and helps me advocate/discuss plans of care with my attendings in the ED. The yearly membership is well worth it, don’t sleep on it if you can swing it!!
Used to be a great resource. Now it’s an audio snippet behind a paywall. Unsubscribed.