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Practice Changers

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 …