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EM@3AM: Traumatic Iritis

EMDocs

Dilation of conjunctival vessels resulting in hyperemia and edema (A) is the underlying pathophysiology of conjunctivitis, which can be brought on by infection or allergic reaction. Posttraumatic Iridocyclitis – Injuries; Poisoning.” WikEM , Oct. 2019, wikem.org/wiki/Traumatic_iritis. Murchison, Ann P.

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What Are Potential Problems of Using Povidone-Iodine?

Pediatric Education

The past medical history showed a history of poison ivy reaction the year before. You don’t seem to be having an allergic reaction to it, and it also doesn’t look like this is poison ivy or something else like that that you might have fallen into. I think the iodine is possibly irritating it though.

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Episode 36 - Diagnosis and Management of Acute Gastroenteritis in the Emergency Department

EB Medicine

not ED specific) Food poisoning is responsible for 5% of AGE but results in 30% of deaths. Ciguatera Fish Poisoning Toxin produced by algae consumed by reef fish like grouper, red snapper, sea bass and Spanish mackerel. not ED specific) * Food poisoning is responsible for 5% of AGE but results in 30% of deaths.

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Episode 20 - Emergency Department Management of North American Snake Envenomations

EB Medicine

Nachi: And don’t forget our peer reviewers this month, Dr. Daniel Sessions, a medical toxicologist working at the South Texas Poison Center, and our very own editor-in-chief, Dr. Andy Jagoda, who is also Chair of the Department of Emergency Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York City. Jeff: What a team! But, let’s get back to the snakes.

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ToxCard: Crotalid Envenomation Part 2 – CroFab vs. AnaVip: What’s the Difference?

EMDocs

Poison Control: The F(ab2)ulous Expanded Indication of Anavip | FCEP. link] Blue Ridge Poison Center, University of Virginia Health. Table 1: Comparison of F(ab) and F(ab’) 2 antivenoms. 9 This effect may be especially prominent in the setting of rattlesnake envenomation, where coagulopathic effects are more prominent.