EMplify by EB Medicine

EMplify by EB Medicine

EMplify summarizes evidence-based reviews in a monthly podcast. It highlights the latest research published in EB Medicine’s peer-reviewed journals to educate and arm you for life in the ED.

Episodes

May 9, 2022 48 min
In this episode, Sam Ashoo, MD interviews Kyle Howarth, MD and Joby Thoppil, MD, PhD - two of the authors of the May, 2022 EMP article on Cellulitis and Skin and Soft Tissue Infections. Listen to the discussion to hear more about the emergency department management of cellulitis and necrotizing skin infections. Episode 69 – Emergency Department Management of Cellulitis and Other Skin and Soft-Tissue Infections (https://www.ebmedic...
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The first episode of Conversation, an EMplify podcast series. Episodes are shorter, more conversational, and cover a single topic relevant to practice in Emergency Medicine. This episode is a conversation between Dr. T.R. Eckler and Dr. Sam Ashoo about the recently passed federal Dr. Lorna Breen Legislation and its significance on the field of Emergency Medicine. Take the listener survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/ZQRWQFW ...
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Episode 68 -- Emergency Department Management of Adults With Infectious Meningitis and Encephalitis – An Interview with Dr. Andrew Hogan EMplify -- April 2022 Interview with the Author: Andrew N. Hogan, MD 1.Meningitis vs encephalitis Why this topic? What do the words mean? What's the difference? 2.Bacterial meningitis How common is it in the US? Is it more common in third world countries? Mortality rate in the US...
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Episode 67 – Managing Postpartum Complications in the Emergency Department – An Interview with Dr. Nicole Yuzuk, Dr. Joseph Bove, and Dr. Riddhi DesaiEMplify – March 2022Interview with the Authors: Nicole Yuzuk, DO, Joseph Bove, DO, and Riddhi Desai, DOEpisode Outline:1.Why is this an important topic in EM? 2.Hemorrhage etiologies and definition3.Headache etiologies, both common and the more dangerous (ICH)4.Fever and infectionMast...
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Episode 66 – Acute Asthma Exacerbations – An Interview with Dr. Steven Hochman and Dr. Brandon SomwaruEMplify – February 2022Emergency Department Management of Acute Asthma ExacerbationsInterview with the authors: Steven M. Hochman, MD, and Brandon Somwaru, DO Episode Outline:EpidemiologyRisk factors for death from asthma (Table 1)Triggers for asthma attacksVariants of asthma (Table 2)Differential diagnosis (Table 3)Can PE be a tri...
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Diagnosis and Management of Acute Joint Pain in the Emergency DepartmentInterview with author: Rachel Sullivan, MDWhy joint pain ?Differential Diagnosis Mono vs Poly Articular Presentation? Figure 1Infectious, degenerative, autoimmune, crystal deposition, reactive, traumaticSeptic Arthritis-Bimodal incidence RisksSeptic arthritis is polyarticular in 15% to 20% of cases, and in these cases, the mortality is highGonococcal Highest ri...
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EMplify - December 2021 Announcements: The EB Medicine app is live and available for free in the Apple Store. Coming to Google Play soon. It is in Beta and your feedback is welcome. , This month get a $50 Amazon Gift Card with all orders over $300 at https://www.ebmedicine.net Check out the newly redesigned FOAMed blog at https://www.ebmedicine.net/ebmblog/ Thoracic Aortic Syndromes in The Emergency Department: Recognition...
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EMplify - November 2021 Announcements: The EB Medicine app is live and available for free in the Apple Store. Coming to Google Play soon. It is in Beta and your feedback is welcome. , Also, this month use code ACEP21! and get 20% of all orders at https://www.ebmedicine.net Emergency Department Management of Rib Fractures Author: Patrick Maher, MD Episode Outline: Why rib fractures? Anatomy Fig 1 Pre-hospital ED ...
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EMplify - October 2021 Announcements: The EB Medicine app is live and available for free in the Apple Store. Coming to Google Play soon. It is in Beta and your feedback is welcome. ,Also, this month use code SB25 and get a $25 Starbucks gift card when you subscribe at ebmedicine.net Emergency Dept. Management of Cervical Spine Injuries Authors:  Geoffrey Jara-Alamonte, MD Chandni Pawar, MD Epidemiology Anato...
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EMplify - September 2021 Announcements: Be on the lookout for an announcement regarding the new EB Medicine app, coming to an App Store near you this month !! Also, this month use code SB25 and get a $25 Starbucks gift card when you subscribe at ebmedicine.net ! Abnormal Uterine Bleeding in the Emergency Department Authors: Tazeen Abbas, MD Abbas Husain, MD, FACEP Physiology review Terminology Differentiating Causes: PALM-COEIN...
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EMplify - August 2021 Announcements: Be on the lookout for an announcement regarding the new EB Medicine app, coming to an App Store near you this month !! August 2021 Pediatric Emergency Medicine Practice Less Lethal Law Enforcement Weapons Authors: Jessica Osterman, MD , Cara Buchanan, MD What kinds of less-lethal weapons are law enforcement using? Pepper spray Conducted Electrical Weapons (CEWs) K-9s Beanbag guns Rubber bu...
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EMplify - July 2021 Announcements: Be on the lookout for an announcement regarding the new EB Medicine app, coming to an App Store near you this month !! HIV- An Interview With Dr. Daniel Egan See the EB Medicine Article @ https://www.ebmedicine.net/topics/infectious-disease/HIV Why HIV?  2018 , 1,2 million people living with HIV, almost 40k new infections People living with HIV visit the ED 3 x per year on average HIV inf...
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EMplify - June 2021 Announcements: The Clinical Decision Making in the Emergency Department conference is June 23-27 live and virtual. More information here: https://clinicaldecisionmaking.com Be on the lookout for an announcement regarding the new EB Medicine app, coming to an App Store near you this summer !! Syncope- An Interview With Dr. James Morris See the EB Medicine Article @ https://www.ebmedicine.net/topics/cardiova...
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EMplify - May 2021 Announcements: The Clinical Decision Making in the Emergency Department conference is June 23-27 live and virtual. More information here: https://clinicaldecisionmaking.com Be on the lookout for an announcement regarding the new EB Medicine app, coming to an App Store near you this summer !! Atrial Fibrillation : An Approach To Diagnosis And Management In The Emergency Department - An Interview with Dr Brian Mi...
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EMplify - April 2021 Announcements Traumatic Hemorrhage in the ED- with Dr Scott Weingart - April 13th, 8pm EST Free ! Register now: https://www.crowdcast.io/e/traumatic-hemorrhagic/register Pandemic Preparedness publication is coming soon. Mt Sinai COVID-19 Treatment Protocols have been updated and are available for free here: https://www.ebmedicine.net/topics/COVID-19/Protocols The Clinical Decision Making in the Emergency Depa...
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EMplify - March 2021 Management of Acute Urinary Retention in the Emergency Department An algorithmic approach to urinary retention. Relieve the obstruction  Foley Cudet cather Silicone catheter Suprapubic catheter Determine the cause -  Structural Medications / Toxicologic Neurologic Infectious Alpha blockers Antibiotics Slow vs rapid bladder decompression Admit or discharge Phimosis and Paraphimosis Announcements: New ...
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EMplify - February 2021 Community Acquired Pneumonia - An Interview with Dr. Matthew DeLaney, FACEP 1. Pneumonia and nomenclature : healthcare associated vs hospital associated2. COVID-19 and antibiotics3. Bacteriology - Strep is only 10-15% of hospitalized pneumonia, Viral pneumonia is about 20% (pre covid)4. Conditions that predispose to pneumonia chronic lung disease (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, bronchiectasis) smoki...
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EMplify January 2021 Evaluation and Management of ST-Segment Elevation Myocardial Infarction in the Emergency Department Authors Marshall Frank, DO, MPH, FACEP Carson Sanders, BS, NRP, CCEMT-P Bryan P. Berry, MD, BCEM, FACEP   Topics Epidemiology Pathophysiology Prehospital care Emergency Dept Evaluation History Physical Imaging Labs Electrocardiogram aVR Posterior Leads LBBB Serial ECGs Reciprocal Changes Pericarditis vs STEMI ...
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EMplify December 2020 Rhabdomyolysis: Evidence- Based Management in the Emergency Department Authors: Gi Xiang Lee, MD David Duong MD, MS, FACEP Topics:   Evidence Review Biology & Pathophysiology Differential Diagnosis Pre-hospital care Emergency Department Evaluation History Physical Examination Labs Treatment Special Populations Disposition   Have questions or comments on the podcast? Write us at emplify@ebmedi...
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EMplify November 2020 An Evidence-Based Approach to Nonoperative Management of Traumatic Hemorrhagic Shock in the Emergency Department Authors: Christopher Pitotti, MD, FACEP Jason David, MD Topics: The Lethal Triad Prehospital Care Tourniquets - Placement and Pitfalls Stop The Bleed Hemostatic Dressings TXA Temperature Management ED Assessment Shock Recognition Predictors of Massive Transfusion Imaging Ultrasound...
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