Distal Radial Fractures are one of the most common fractures we see in the ED, but how important is it to get a perfect reduction? Is it even worthwhile to try?
Academia versus the privates. Where to now? The medicine is the same…but the day to day of your job is quite different. Scott Weingart from emcrit and Rob Rogers from emrap educators podcast join ercast for the session.
What do you do when you get to the end of the ventricular tachycardia algorithm your patient is still in Ventricular tachycardia (VT or V-Tach). You are now off the map of ACLS and in the middle of a V-Tach Storm.
Do risk factors for chronic coronary artery disease play a role in helping to predict whether or not the emergency department patient presenting with chest pain has an acute coronary syndrome?
ERCAST I love pus If you are an EM:RAP listener, this is the video I talked about in the November episode on abscess management and examine a new technique for draining a cutaneous abscess I am a huge fan of this procedure and use it on most abscesses that I would have otherwise packed. Why …
ERCAST 015 A dog bites my brother’s scrotum… Legal expert Rich Orman joins ercast for a discussion about the distinction between competence and medical decision making capacity. ERCAST and EMRAP Listener email on induced hypothermia and MRSA Additional Information: ERCAST 015: Decision Making Capacity [Audio mp3 link] ERCAST on iTunes
Dr. Greg Moran, the ultimate Jedi Master of emergency medicine infectious disease, talks with ercast about MRSA, abscesses, decolonization therapy, cellulitis and SO much more.
Do you have a habit of taking a z-pack 3 days into your viral URI? Do you work in a hospital or health care setting? Do you have a colon?
Terry O’Connor MD talks with ercast about climbing Mt Everest and being an expedition physician.
An interview with Dr. Tim Horeczko about how to recognize and manage the crashing neonate.