Articles you need to know – winter edition

There’s a journal club in my living room every few months (or at least there will be – this was the first). Raconteur Adam Rowh, MD joins the show to talk the med lit we dissected by the fireside.


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Stuff in this show

  • Prandoni, Paolo, et al. “Prevalence of pulmonary embolism among patients hospitalized for syncope.” New England Journal of Medicine 375.16 (2016): 1524-1531. Link
  • Righini, Marc, et al. “Age-adjusted D-dimer cutoff levels to rule out pulmonary embolism: the ADJUST-PE study.” Jama 311.11 (2014): 1117-1124. Link
  • Wang, Ralph C., et al. “Effect of Tamsulosin on Stone Passage for Ureteral Stones: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis.” Annals of Emergency Medicine (2016). Link
  • Sakles, John C., et al. “First Pass Success Without Hypoxemia Is Increased With the Use of Apneic Oxygenation During Rapid Sequence Intubation in the Emergency Department.” Academic Emergency Medicine 23.6 (2016): 703-710. Link
  • The Bell Tolls for Renal Colic CT Link

Comments

  1. Brendan J Carmody

    Hardwood Nuss oh yeehh….
    Went to Med School at UNC-Chapel Hill with Tinitinalli, Love it but
    during Residency, Hardwood Nuss was a better clinical go to

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      Rob Orman

      Harwood Nuss doesn’t get the love it deserves! I used to re-read those short ‘pearly’ blurbs over and over again and try to memorize as much as I could. The micro chapters were so chock full of high yield, clinically usefulness. But why am I telling you that, you are already an acolyte!

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