A healthy dose of emergency medicine ideas, information and inspiration for medical students
Ski Patrol and Emergencies on the Mountain
In this episode, third-year medical student Andrew Stone talks with Brandan Clark, an EMT and volunteer ski patrol at Copper Mountain in Colorado. They discuss the approach to an injured skier, the path to a...
Episode 84: From Emergency Medicine to Critical Care with Dr. Ran
For almost a decade now, critical care specialization has been available to board-certified emergency physicians looking to increase their practice and skills in caring for the sickest patients from arrival to discharge. In this episode,...
Episode 83: Naloxone Use in Pregnancy
In this episode, third year medical students Tristen Zimmerman and Katie Buerk talk through an overview of the opioid epidemic, opioid use during pregnancy, and current data (or lack thereof) regarding the use of Naloxone...
The Declaration of Geneva
Dr. Ramine Yazhari is an EM physician who uses a unique, but familiar tool, to provide the best care to his patients: The Declaration of Geneva. In this episode, OHSU MS4 Chris Graulty sits down...
Cardiac Tamponade On Ultrasound
On this week’s episode, MS4 Lavinia Turian discusses cardiac tamponade, including signs/symptoms, physiology, and treatment. Although this is a clinical diagnosis, ultrasound can be used to assist in the diagnosis. There are five findings to...
Tackling the 2021 Application Cycle
Due to the effects of COVID19, the 2021 application cycle will be very unique. From the loss of away rotations to having virtual interviews, this year’s residency applicants are understandably stressed. To help address some...
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