• ED Flow Mind Map

    ED flow is challenging. For all of those who struggle with defining various aspects of patient care in the emergency department, this is a mind map you may find helpful. [...]
  • With or Without Contrast ?

    Hx: A middle aged woman presents with flank pain. She has no past medical history and notes sudden onset of severe, sharp, left flank pain. She denies any history of similar [...]
  • Lightning Does Strike

    The fact that unexpected outcomes and rare events occur is one of the realities of medicine that is difficult to comprehend, until you have personally experienced it. There [...]
  • Pediatric Syncope

    Hx: A young teenager presents with syncope. Parents note he had 2 episodes today without any preceding problems but the patient notes some mild lightheadedness prior to both [...]
  • Intentional Overdose

    Hx: A 55 yo man presents after an intentional overdose. He is transported by EMS after his family found him poorly responsive with an empty bottle of tramadol. When [...]
  • Inhalation Injury

    Hx: A male in his 20’s is working when he mixes lime away and bleach in a bottle. He then breathes some of the resultant gas and becomes short of breath, develops an [...]

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