30 year old AA M presents agitated with active chest pain. T wave inversions are seen on initial ECG. Dynamic ECG changes 2 hours later are concerning. Dr. Smith discusses the possibility of Wellen's syndrome vs benign changes.
Top 15 Tips for New EM Residency Graduates: The Real World
Great lecture by Dr. Haney Mallemat (@CriticalCareNow) introducing the fundamental concepts for Right Ventricular (RV) Echo.
Video tutorial of the basics of interpretation of cardiac regional wall motion abnormalities by echocardiography

Core EM: Ultrasound Guided Pericardiocentesis

Ultrasound http://www.emdocs.net   Blog Post + Videocast Learning Time: 10mins
Learn ultrasound guided pericardiocentesis for cardiac tamponade!
Overview of compartment syndrome, with helpful discussion of signs to raise red flags during physical exam and when a patient should be taken to the OR.
US diagnosis of rib fractures and some basics on blunt chest trauma.
This review discusses patient management after administrating Naloxone in the prehospital setting.
How to diagnose and manage a central slip injury, an easily missed tendon laceration of the finger.
Useful tips on how to place an intraosseous needle in an agitated patient.
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