Back by popular demand we have enough podcast to cover 10 important pearls about a particular topic and this one comes from a recently published BMJ article covering Clostridioides difficile (formerly known as Clostridium difficile).
Patrick Bafuma continues his series of EM ID interviews this time with Dr. Solberg from Bismark, North Dakota and has her own website. Peripherally inserted central catheter (PICC) lines are commonly used for both inpatient and outpatient care. These patients can come to us for a variety of potential complications. We will discuss some of the key ones in this post.
We return with our second podcast featuring EB Medicine content. Our partnership with them allows us to access their content and share it with you through the power of #FOAMed and this time we are tackling an all too common emergency: appendicitis. Specifically, we discuss the pediatric population given their most recent evidence-based review article on the same.
Tofu can be used as a food product, but it has uses in medicine. In particular for the discussion today is its role in point of care ultrasound (POCUS) training. We discuss ways to use this inexpensive product to better improve your education.
We are completing the second installment of a new series with the help of Katherine Thompson from IPV Educators. The discussion continues on human trafficking but this time we talk about how we can help.
We are starting a new series with the help of Katherine Thompson from IPV Educators. It was born out of a passion for advocating for survivors of interpersonal violence. We are glad to learn from Katherine and the first discussion is regarding human trafficking.
As point of care ultrasound (POCUS) continues to expand in roles, the diagnosis of appendicitis using POCUS is one application with growing evidence. This is especially true for the pediatric population. In this blog and podcast learn how to diagnose appendicitis by POCUS and some of the most recent evidence.
In emergency medicine, we are generally very good about evaluating chest pain. We also are familiar with procedures including coronary artery bypass grafts (CABG). However, in patients with recent CABG, there are some key reminders we need with this patient population.
Both Patrick Bafuma and Dr. Sandra Gompf who specializes in infectious disease (Gompf's ID Pearls) are back this time to discuss some unique cases regarding antibiotic stewardship in the emergency department.
For this round of EM ID, Patrick Bafuma interviews Dr. Sandra Gompf who specializes in infectious disease and has Gompf's ID Pearls. They focus primarily on delirium, indwelling Foley catheters, and callbacks.
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