This article discusses who should be treated with Anascorp antivenom and what the doses should be.
How to diagnose and manage a central slip injury, an easily missed tendon laceration of the finger.
An easy way to check pupillary response and intraocular muscle movements in patients with swollen eyes.
How to interpret CSF opening pressure.
Building simple finger traps for hand and wrist reductions when commercial finger traps are not available.
Simplified Instructions on how to document history appropriately.
Ease the reduction of paraphimosis with a simple sugar solution.
This review discusses patient management after administrating Naloxone in the prehospital setting.
Management of lateral ankle injuries and no fracture seen on x-ray in children.
Instructions for using face mask capnography for monitoring breathing in patients.
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