Scott Weingart from EMCRIT guest stars in this episode to discuss his approach to two challenging airway cases. The common theme is ketamine and semi-awake intubation (or at least maintaining breathing while inserting the laryngoscope). http://traffic.libsyn.com/ercast/2_tough_airway_cases.output.mp3 Direct download Mentioned in this episode Rapid sequence awake intubation Rapid Sequence Awake Intubation by EMCRIT Use something […]
Scott Weingart is a thought leader in critical care and emergency medicine medicine. His EMCrit podcast has changed the game in medical education and improved care of crucially ill patients across the planet. ERCast sat down with Scott to get his opinion on beer, medical education, FOAMed, critical care, podcasting, and life in general. http://traffic.libsyn.com/ercast/Weingart_on_the_state_of_things.output.mp3 […]
A step by step approach to uncovering the cause of an elevated anion gap metabolic acidosis. We learn about the MUD PILES, the causes of anion gap acidosis, as medical students. And it gets even further drilled into us in residency. But sorting out a gap acidosis can be real challenge, even with a nifty […]
When a trauma arrest rolls though the door, chaos often ensues. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Scott Weingart returns to ERcast to share his thoughts on how to run a rational blunt trauma arrest resuscitation when you are working by yourself or with limited personnel. http://traffic.libsyn.com/ercast/TRAUMA_ARREST.output.mp3 DIRECT DOWNLOAD THIS PODCAST Scott W’s […]
In this minicast, The Weingart Strikes Back! Scott Weingart has some issues with our last episode on managing blood pressure in acute ischemic stroke. But the Swami doesn’t take it lying down and has a few things of his own to say. http://traffic.libsyn.com/ercast/HTN_stroke.output.mp3 DIRECT DOWNLOAD Announcement Join Scott, Swami and Rob at the Essentials of […]
Thinking about intubating? Don’t forget to preoxygenate. Fill your toolbelt with apneic oxygenation, NIVPPV, and high flow facemask oxygen.
The list of potential badness in the pregnant patient with right lower quadrant pain is long and distinguished, but it often comes down to a simple question…”Does this patient have appendicitis?”
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.
An interview with ED Critical Care 7th degree black belt Scott Weingart, MD from emcrit.org about awake and delayed sequence intubation in the emergency department.