For those who haven’t checked out the site already R.E.B.E.L. EM stands for Rational Evidence Based Evaluation of Literature in Emergency Medicine. The blog was launched in October 2013, and continues to grow every month, and with that growth we are excited to give you REBEL Cast. This podcast will review evidence based literature and end with a clinical take home point for your clinical practice.
REBEL Core Cast 42.0 – Orbital Compartment Syndrome
Take Home Points Trauma resulting in a retrobulbar hemorrhage can lead to orbital compartment syndrome which is a vision threatening injury Diagnosis is made clinically...
REBEL Cast Ep87: Video Laryngoscopy – Standard vs Hyperangulated Geometry
Background information: There are two popular blade shapes for video laryngoscopy, a standard-geometry blade comparable to a Macintosh blade and a hyperangulated blade. The standard-geometry...
REBEL Core Cast 41.0 – Acute Chest Syndrome
Take Home Points 100k people in US have sickle cell, the majority will at some point develop acute chest syndrome (ACS) The mortality rate per...
REBEL Cast Ep86: Baloxavir for Influenza Prophylaxis
Background: Baloxavir (trade name Xofluza) was approved for the treatment of acute, uncomplicated influenza in patients > 12 years of age in October 2018. However,...
REBEL Core Cast 40.0 – Wernicke Encephalopathy
Take Home Points Wernicke encephalopathy is characterized by ataxia, altered mental status and ophthalmoplegia but patients are unlikely to have all these components Suspect Wernicke...
REBEL Core Cast 39.0 – Upper GI Bleed
Take Home Points Focus on resuscitating well by focusing on the basics Recognize Massive GIB (MGIB) with a thorough exam of the patient and vital...
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Setting a Standard
Salim and the rest of the REBEL EM team are very knowledgeable; setting a standard for EM podcasts. Their content is evidence-based and delivered via a quality production. 5-stars!
HFNC - Frank nailed it!
Franks recent podcast on HFNC was extremely informative. Really appreciate the pneumonic and I took away some new information from it.
LOVE the podcast
So informative! As a ER FNP, the insights given by the presenters have improved my clinical practice greatly. Thank you so much for all y’all do!
Damon spears, FNP-C
PS: it would be great to be able to listen to ALL the podcasts back to 2013 on the iPhone