Jon-Emile Kenny from ( explains the complex yet critically relevant pathophysiologic nuances of cardiopulmonary resuscitation. A post to read twice.

Pulmonary Embolism Treatment Options

Pulmonary Embolism   Blog Post + Podcast Learning Time: 45mins
We now have way too many treatment options for sub-massive and massive pulmonary embolism (PE) patients who aren't coding in front of you. How do you decide? A discussion with with Oren Friedman.

Digital Rectal Exam in Trauma

Trauma Physical Exam   Blog Post + Videocast Learning Time: 10mins
Overview of digital rectal exam (DRE) in trauma
Watch this video to learn all you need to know to tap a knee.
Dr. Sarah Reid & Dr. Gina Neto discuss the pearls and pitfalls in recognition & management of pediatric sepsis & septic shock, fluid management, IO tips, induction agent of choice, ionotropes of choice & cold vs warm shock
Scott Weingart & Walter Himmel discuss preoxygenation, apneic oxygenation & delayed sequence intubation for the community ED physician on EM Cases
Syncope, pre-syncope? A great case highlighting the importance of keeping a close eye on the QT interval.
A nice review of the basics of post-intubation hemodynamic collapse. A good resource for med students and interns.
A review of concussion in sports: diagnosis, management, imaging indications, and disposition.
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