Emergency Medicine board review podcast, 10-15 minutes of #FOAM content on classic Emergency Medicine topics. We tell you what you need to know. High yield, funny, and entertaining. Also great for emergency medicine shelf review for medical students. Available on Apple iTunes Podcast app, Spotify, Soundcloud, and the website. www.emboardbombs.com
91. Aye, there's the rub: Pericarditis
"To be pericarditis, or not to be pericarditis, that is the question..."
Let's hit Pericarditis in this awesome podcast! What do you do with these patients? Send them home or admit? We'll tell you what you need to know.
90. Raiders of the Lost Burst Fractures
Who doesn't love Indiana Jones? Greatest Action Hero of all time, not too different from today's ER docs right? Let's talk burst fractures, chance fractures, and lame TP fractures in this short episode.
89. ACE it like you histamine it- Angioedema
Clever puns aside, we have a jam-packed episode talking about Chipotle and all things angioedema. We go through the causes, types, and treatment of each. Watch that airway!
88. Ocular foreign bodies- Ophtho vs Optho
We already forgot. Is it Ophthalmology or opthalmology.
Darn that extra h!
Let's have a quick chat about ocular foreign bodies and the proper order of an eye exam.
87. Acute Pharyngitis with Dr. Robert Centor
Yep we said it. We got a celebrity on the podcast. One and only Dr. Robert Centor joins us to chat all about pesky Acute Pharyngitis on the exam, why we need to worry more about suppurative complications than Rheumatic Fever, and HIV is more common than you think...
86. Stop pointing fingers- distal finger amputations
"I want you to stop calling Plastic Surgery!" - Uncle Sam
We think that's what he really meant right? Let's talk about distal finger amputations and when surgery should be involved. Thanks to ACEP PEER for another great question.
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Pork chop sandwiches
These guys get it...they have fun while learning like the good Lord intended.
I dig your stuff! How about some chest tube troubleshooting for complications after insertion?
Best EM board review
Always bringing relevant content for boards and clinical practice. Keeps me laughing the whole way through!