1. Procedural Sedation

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    April 17, 2018 by jtreb

    Procedural sedation is not an uncommon procedure in the emergency department. It can go smoothly without difficulty, or can require …
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  2. One Pill Killers

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    March 20, 2018 by jtreb

    2 year old male brought in by grandma after unknown ingestion. Grandma reports child was found down next to her …
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  3. Pediatric Airway Series: Part 5 – Post Intubation Management

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    March 15, 2018 by Agnes Usoro

    Endotracheal Tube Confirmation Confirm endotracheal tube placement with capnography or a colorimetric end-tidal carbon dioxide detector < 15kg: Use a …
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  4. Dialysis Disequilibrium Syndrome

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    February 20, 2018 by jtreb

    Mosquito Valentine is a 56yo M that was transported from dialysis to your emergency department for blurred vision and headache. …
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  5. Pediatric Airway Series: Part 4 – The Difficult Airway

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    February 13, 2018 by Agnes Usoro

    What is a Difficult Airway? The American Society of Anesthesiologists defines a difficult airway as one in which there is: …
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  6. Wait…is this a true Penicillin Allergy?

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    January 23, 2018 by dailybolusoflr

    By: Lauren von Stein, PharmD. PGY1 Pharmacy Resident Many patients coming into the Emergency Department (ED) are labeled as “penicillin …
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  7. Tox Time: Methemoglobinemia

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    January 16, 2018 by jtreb

    Connie Benge is a 33 yo F /w a history of depression brought in by EMS for altered mental status. …
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