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Ortho Inservice Review Part 3- Pelvic Injuries, Lower Extremity, Peds Ortho

This is Ortho Inservice Review Part 3 which covers injuries to the Pelvis, Lower Extremities, and Pediatric Ortho conditions.  This screencast originally appeared on the Emergency Board Review Podcast in 2012.

Category:general -- posted at: 6:30am EST

Ortho Inservice Review- Part 2

This is Ortho Inservice Review Part 2 which will cover injuries to the wrist and hand.  This screencast originally appeared on the Emergency Board Review Podcast in 2012.

Category:general -- posted at: 5:30am EST

Ortho Inservice Review Part 1- Thorax and Upper Extremities

In Part 1 of this 3 part series for Orthopedics inservice review we'll review orthopedic injuries to the Thorax and Upper Extremities.  This is a screencast that was originally broadcasted on the Emergency Board Review website and podcast in 2012.

Category:general -- posted at: 4:30am EST

Hypothermia by Dr. Andrea Sarchi

Just in time for the midway point of the winter season, this is a podcast on management of hypothermia in the ED.  Dr. Andrea Sarchi wrote the script which was recorded by Jacob Schriner, a second year medical student at Emory University School of Medicine.  In this episode we'll review the basics of hypothermia diagnosis, history and physical exam pearls, treatment and disposition of these patients.  As always we'll start with the "not sick" patient and then work our way up to the critically ill patients.

Category:general -- posted at: 4:30am EST

In part 2, Dr Sheyna Gifford will discuss the how to differentiate opioid overdose from other causes of altered mental status, some special disposition situations (especially with methadone), and how we can quickly screen for opioid abuse and provide patients compassionate care, treatment, and referral.

Category:general -- posted at: 4:30am EST

Opioids Part 1 with Dr. Sheyna Gifford

It's no secret that we have a major opioid problem in the United States.  The number of people addicted to opioids has reached epidemic proportions and we are certainly seeing this everyday in the Emergency Department.  In this episode Dr. Sheyna Gifford discusses a few facts about the scope of this epidemic,  the basics of recognizing opioid overdose, and initial stabilization and treatment.  She'll discuss the many different ways of using naloxone (aka Narcan) that we can utilize to wake up patients safely and without precipitating acute withdrawal.

Category:general -- posted at: 4:30am EST

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