Join the faculty and residents of Carolinas Emergency Medicine Residency Program, one of the oldest programs in the country, as they explore some of the Core Concepts of Emergency Medicine as well as many of the niche environments of this important arena of specialty care.
Diabetic Ketoacidosis Emergent Management
Join the EMGuideWire Team from CMC EM group as they explore the initial thoughts and management of a patient who presents with severe Diabetic Ketoacidosis (DKA). For this episode, Drs. Claire Milam and Travis Barlock explore the initial considerations and practical management tips.
Posterior Eye Pathology Core Concepts
Join the Drs. Ray and Barlock from the EMGuideWire team as the discuss the initial assessment and evaluation of some ocular complaints with specific attention to pathology of the Posterior Eye.
Severe Asthma Management in the ED
Join the EMGuidewire team as Drs. Serven and Blackwell discuss the management of the patient presenting with Severe Status Asthmaticus in the Emergency Department. Don't forget to review the basic concepts that were published earlier... this time the focus is on the critically ill patient.
Trauma Assessment: Introduction to Preparing for the Traumatized Patient
Join the EMGuidewire Team as they address how to prepare for the arrival of a trauma patient in your Emergency Department. Drs. Serven and Blackwell from Carolinas Medical Center Emergency Medicine Residency Program will give us some insight and pearls on how to manage the potential chaos.
Airway Management Preparation: Simple Strategies to Ensure You are Ready
Join the EMGuideWire team as Drs. Serven and Shreve are joined by Dr. Trigonis to discuss simple strategies to make sure your room is set up and you are prepared for performing an emergent intubation on your patients in the Emergency Department.
Pulmonary Edema and Hypertension - Initial Management
Join Drs. Alyssa Thomas and Victoria Serven from Carolinas Medical Center Emergency Medicine Residency Program and the EMGuideWire Team as they discuss how they initially evaluate and manage the patient who present with acute pulmonary edema and hypertension.
clinical info delivered just right!
Easy to listen to, good practicing clinical info, and fun. It contains the enthusiasm of youth embarking on their new adventures in medicine. Reminds me of my beloved days at MCV. I am excited for this new generation of doctors....now if they could just do something creative with the EMR, because I know it doesn't have to be this way when an Iphone can do so much more! And, could incorporate a kind of medical video game with checklists (recommenced by Dr. Atul Gawande) to assisting medical decision making and guard against any oversights. Thank you for all the time you put in the podcast while you are busy in training! I wish you all the best in your careers and all ventures!
Love the podcast
Awesome and knowledgeable podcast love the one with Nikki Richardson!!!
Excellent Core Content and Discussion
Fantastic Core content review. I’ve enjoyed every podcast. You all are doing a super job, keep it coming!