28 episodes

ER-Rx is a podcast dedicated to informing emergency room/ intensive care unit physicians, residents, pharmacists, advanced practice providers, and nurses on appropriate and optimal use of medications. This podcast will provide laid-back, fun, useful information in easily digestible portions. Tune in each week as we review recently-published guidelines and studies, answer medication-related questions, present "Grand Rounds" on a wide variety of clinical topics, and enjoy "An Expert Talks" where we invite guests outside of the pharmacy department to discuss a critical topic. Our host, Dr. Adis Keric, is a Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist and a Board Certified Critical Care pharmacist who currently works in the emergency room and intensive care units at a large, level I trauma center. Adis has more than 8 years of hospital pharmacy experience, including 2 years of residency. He acts as a PGY-1 and PGY-2 critical care pharmacy residency preceptor in the emergency room, surgical intensive care unit, medical intensive care unit, and the neurocritical care unit. He is also a preceptor for local pharmacy students and is heavily involved in the research aspect of the pharmacy residency programs at his site.

ER-Rx: An ER + ICU Podcast Adis Keric

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ER-Rx is a podcast dedicated to informing emergency room/ intensive care unit physicians, residents, pharmacists, advanced practice providers, and nurses on appropriate and optimal use of medications. This podcast will provide laid-back, fun, useful information in easily digestible portions. Tune in each week as we review recently-published guidelines and studies, answer medication-related questions, present "Grand Rounds" on a wide variety of clinical topics, and enjoy "An Expert Talks" where we invite guests outside of the pharmacy department to discuss a critical topic. Our host, Dr. Adis Keric, is a Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist and a Board Certified Critical Care pharmacist who currently works in the emergency room and intensive care units at a large, level I trauma center. Adis has more than 8 years of hospital pharmacy experience, including 2 years of residency. He acts as a PGY-1 and PGY-2 critical care pharmacy residency preceptor in the emergency room, surgical intensive care unit, medical intensive care unit, and the neurocritical care unit. He is also a preceptor for local pharmacy students and is heavily involved in the research aspect of the pharmacy residency programs at his site.

    Episode 28- Blink and you miss it: an easily missed cause of bradycardia and hypotension

    Episode 28- Blink and you miss it: an easily missed cause of bradycardia and hypotension

    Bradycardic? Hypotensive? Keep the agent discussed in this week's episode in mind when reviewing your patient's medication list.

    • 5 min
    Episode 27- "More Squeeze, Please:" Part 2: Clots and COVID

    Episode 27- "More Squeeze, Please:" Part 2: Clots and COVID

    In Part 2 of this "Mini Grand Rounds" series, we discuss important side effects of ATII including thrombosis, especially in the setting of COVID.

    • 9 min
    Episode 26- "More Squeeze, Please:" Part I: ATHOS-3 and me

    Episode 26- "More Squeeze, Please:" Part I: ATHOS-3 and me

    In Part 1 of this "Mini Grand Rounds" series, we discuss Angiotensin II use for vasodilatory shock, reviewing the ATHOS-3 trial and real-world experiences.

    • 8 min
    Episode 25- Procainamide for atrial fibrillation/ flutter conversion

    Episode 25- Procainamide for atrial fibrillation/ flutter conversion

    Should we be giving procainamide to patients with atrial fibrillation/ flutter? We discuss two clinical trials that may give us some answers.

    • 7 min
    Episode 24- An expert talks: Methemoglobinemia

    Episode 24- An expert talks: Methemoglobinemia

    This week we discuss methemoglobinemia with Dr. KC Lee, a clinical pharmacist who recently completed her clinical toxicology/ emergency medicine fellowship.

    • 17 min
    Episode 23- The ammonia level: what is it good for?

    Episode 23- The ammonia level: what is it good for?

    Should we be using ammonia levels to diagnose, determine the severity, or monitor the resolution of hepatic encephalopathy?

    • 5 min

Customer Reviews

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18 Ratings

18 Ratings

Peelage ,

Informative bites of information, well articulated

This is a great podcast to listen to at work and is not to overwhelming and well put together. Highly recommended for anyone in health care, even outside of emergency medicine.

JaayyZzee ,

Informative

Great reviews on drug-related topics with useful details on drug mechanisms, pharmacodynamics and administration considerations as well as data to support recommendations. Great for pharmacists, providers and learners!

hvgjnfd ,

Great new podcast for the medical community

I found the topics very helpful. I have been recommending this show to pharmacy students and residents, who are also enjoying it

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