What were your practice changers in 2016? For me, it was Reuben Strayer’s simple phrase for when to give epinephrine in allergic reaction patients: For A, B, or C, give E. If there is involvement of airway, breathing, or circulation, give epi. It seems simple when it’s spelled out this way, but there can be […]
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Each episode of Ercast covers a single issue and tries to tease out all the relevant elements that affect your practice without overstuffing your frontal cortex. It’s for physicians and anyone interested in a bare bones look at emergency care.