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SGEM#422: And It was all Yellow-Nasal Discharge and Antibiotics in Pediatric Sinusitis

The Skeptics' Guide to EM

Reference: Shaikh N, et al. Identifying children likely to benefit from antibiotics for acute sinusitis: a randomized clinical trial. JAMA July 2023 Date: October 17, 2023 Guest Skeptic: Dr. Alasdair Munro is a clinical research fellow specializing in pediatric infectious disease at the University of Southampton. He is currently involved with clinical trials of vaccines […] The post SGEM#422: And It was all Yellow-Nasal Discharge and Antibiotics in Pediatric Sinusitis first appeared on The Skep

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EMCrit 363 – Retrograde Intubation

EMCrit

Retrograde, in 2023 is basically a backwards way of doing things. EMCrit Project by Scott Weingart, MD FCCM.

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Pre-Hospital End Tidal CO2 as a Predictor of Trauma Mortality

University of Maryland Department of Emergency Med

A retrospective study of 2 years of data from 24 trauma centers looking at end tidal CO2 as a predictor of mortality in trauma patients found: Click to view the rest

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EM@3AM: Oculomotor Nerve Palsy

EMDocs

Author: Haley Sinatro, MD (EM Resident, UTSW); Colin Danko, MD (Assistant Professor, UTSW EM) // Reviewed by: Sophia Görgens, MD (EM Physician, Northwell, NY); Cassandra Mackey, MD (Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine, UMass Chan Medical School); Brit Long, MD (@long_brit) Welcome to EM@3AM, an emDOCs series designed to foster your working knowledge by providing an expedited review of clinical basics.

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How Much Dex? | Beta-Block in Sepsis

JournalFeed

The JournalFeed podcast for the week of Nov 27th – Dec 1st, 2023. These are summaries from just 2 of the 5 article we cover every week! For access to more, please visit JournalFeed.org for details about becoming a member. Tuesday Spoon Feed: This RCT found no differences between high dose (16 mg) and low dose (4 mg) IV dexamethasone in patients who presented to EDs with migraine headaches.

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Skeptics in the Pub. Cholera. Chapter 4b

Science Based Medicine

More of the same. The post Skeptics in the Pub. Cholera. Chapter 4b first appeared on Science-Based Medicine.

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