Summary: Join the faculty and residents of Carolinas Emergency Medicine Residency Program, one of the oldest programs in the country, as they explore some of the Core Concepts of Emergency Medicine as well as many of the niche environments of this important arena of specialty care.
A Fib is the most common arrhythmia that is encountered in the ED. Knowing how to manage it when it is causing problems is important! Join the EM GuideWire Team as they discuss a-fib with RVR management with esteemed Cardiologist (and friend of us in the ED), Dr. Laszlo Littmann.
Hypertension may be a medical emergency, but many time EM physicians are faced with the patient with asymptomatic hypertension. Join the EM GuideWire Team as it address with issue and helps us all know how to appropriately evaluate and manage these situations.
Hyperkalemia can present subtly or as a critical condition. Join the EM GuideWire Team as they discuss how to address the issues of Hyperkalemia and manage it successfully!
Swollen lips, tongue, and throat... Oh My! The EM GuideWire team will cover the Core Concepts on how to quickly assess and manage these complicated emergencies involving angioedema.
Hypothermia can be a challenging environmental emergency condition and presents with a wide range of symptoms. The EM GuideWire Team will review the Core Concepts of hypothermia in this informative and educational podcast.
Preoxygenation is not just a step included in the process of Rapid Sequence Intubation, it is critical! The EM GuideWire team takes a quick look on how to optimize the preoxygenation process and what techniques can be applied most practically in the ED.
The agitated patient can be very challenging to evaluate in the ED. This episode of EMGuideWire's Core Concepts will address options to help evaluate these patients while keeping the patient and the staff safe.