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Use Of A Solid Organ Injury Protocol For Pediatrics

The Trauma Pro

Kids are frequent flyers when it comes to abdominal injury, with about 15% of their injuries involving this anatomic area. Solid organ injuries, mainly the liver and spleen, are the most prevalent ones. The American Pediatric Surgical Association (APSA) published a practice guideline way back in 2000 that outlined a consistent way to care for children with solid organ injuries.

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The Great Barrington Declaration Wasn’t a Plan For Public Health Officials. It Was a List of Absurd Demands of Them.

Science Based Medicine

The authors of the GBD advised and influenced many politicians at the highest level. They claim to have delineated many practical policies to protect the vulnerable, and they said it would’ve been possible, certainly. So an obvious question emerges. Why didn’t they protect the vulnerable? The post The Great Barrington Declaration Wasn’t a Plan For Public Health Officials.

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Diseases with no way out: a journey through the deadliest conditions

Emergency Live

From Alzheimer’s to ALS, an analysis of diseases for which research is still seeking answers The landscape of incurable diseases presents a picture as varied as it is challenging for patients, their families, and the global medical community. While medical science has made giant strides in early diagnosis and symptomatic treatment of many conditions, some […] The post Diseases with no way out: a journey through the deadliest conditions appeared first on Emergency Live.

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Grand Rounds Recap 2.7.24

Taming the SRU

Clinical pathologic case presentation - r1 diagnostics/therapeutics: Lumbar punctures - AIRWAY GROUND ROUNDS- r4 capstone - r3 taming the sru - ultrasound grand rounds Clinical pathologic case presentation WITH Drs. Rodriguez and benoit Syncope accounts of 3-4% of pediatric visits to the ED Seizures, drug/alcohol intoxication, and breath holding spells are common mimics Neurocardiogenic syncope (aka vagal event) is the most common cause of syncope in otherwise healthy children Yet, cardiac arrhy

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The cutting edge of surgery: the integration of AI

Emergency Live

How Artificial Intelligence is Transforming Operating Rooms The integration of artificial intelligence (AI) in surgery is marking the beginning of a revolution in the medical field, promising to enhance the precision, safety, and efficiency of surgical procedures. AI, through machine learning and extensive data analysis, is developing robust predictive algorithms that assist surgeons in pre-operative […] The post The cutting edge of surgery: the integration of AI appeared first on Emergenc

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Proton Pump Inhibitor Use and Risk of Serious Infections in Young Children

EMergucate

Proton Pump Inhibitor Use and Risk of Serious Infections in Young Children Marion Lassalle, PharmD, PhD1; Mahmoud Zureik, MD, PhD1,2; Rosemary Dray-Spira, MD, PhD1 August 14, 2023 doi:10.1001/jamapediatrics.2023.

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Sweta Mangal Ziqitza: Disaster Response and Emergency Preparedness

Ziqitza HealthCare Ltd

In the face of natural disasters and emergencies, a well-coordinated and efficient response is paramount to saving lives and minimizing damage. One organization that has been at the forefront of disaster response and emergency preparedness is Ziqitza Healthcare ltd. With a commitment to providing timely and quality ambulance services, Sweta Mangal Ziqitza has played a pivotal role in numerous disaster relief efforts, showcasing the indispensable role of ambulances in such situations.

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Drones: Upcoming RDN Exercises in Emilia Romagna and Puglia

Emergency Live

A qualitative leap forward in volunteer training and testing of U-space services with TopView’s Thumb Drone Tracker On February 24, two very important Exercises will be held by Rescue Drones Network Odv Section Emilia Romagna at Monte Orsano – Villa Minozzo (RE) and Section Puglia at Belvedere di Caranna – Cisternino (BR). The purposes of […] The post Drones: Upcoming RDN Exercises in Emilia Romagna and Puglia appeared first on Emergency Live.

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Critical Care Evidence Updates – January 2024

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What’s new in the Critical Care literature – monthly updates

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Fixing ED Crowding Starts with Referrals

Emergency Medicine News

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Emergency Evidence Updates – January 2024

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What’s new in the Critical Care literature – monthly updates

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Symptoms: Facial Edema, Lump in Throat

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ECG Blog #418 — A Single Lead Tells the Tale.

Ken Grauer, MD

The ECG in Figure-1 was obtained from a previously healthy man in his 40s — who presented to the ED ( E mergency D epartment ) with new-onset CP ( C hest P ain ) that awakened him from sleep. ECG #1 was recorded ~90 minutes after the patient was awakened from sleep. He was still having CP. QUESTIONS: In view of this history — How would YOU interpret the ECG in Figure-1 ?

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