NursEM - Nursing in Emergency

NursEM - Nursing in Emergency

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This month we interview Dr. Andrew Shih, everyone's favourite friendly neighbourhood Tranfusion Medicine Specialist.  We talk about Massive Transfusion, TXA, Calcium, Blood typing and a whole lot more.  This is fantastic!



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September 30, 2019 27 min

This month we talk about everything you've ever wanted to know about pancreatitis.  As with last month, we are still solving some sound issues and they will get better soon!



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This episode talks about various pain scales, their use in the clinical setting and at triage.  And as always, we have an opinion to share!  Sorry for the sound quality in this one but as you know we are 'one-take-wonders' and we are working to make the sound better in the future.



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This month we talk to Allan and Rob from Resuscitation Tonight about why Nursing podcasting, tweeting and exposure matters.  And...well...its a bit of shameless promotion for their new podcast - search for Resuscitation Tonight in your podcast App!  Follow them at @ResusTonight on Twitter or their website www.re... Read more

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We are back!  After a six-month "vacation", we talk about ASA, acetaminophen, NSAIDs and ibuprofen in the treatment of pain, chest pain and as prevention.



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Confused about all of those new anticoagulants that patients seem to know more about that you?  We attempt to explain them and how they relate to the clotting cascade.



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This month we look at emergency department problems in the male reproductive system.



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This month we have a discussion about ovarian cysts...what they are, causes, treatments.



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This month we talk about a phenomenon whereby 'legal' synthetic cannabinoids have been causing coagulation disorders in unsuspecting patients.



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Our first ever Guest Speaker! Dr. Gary Aldolfatto, a well-known Ketamine researcher, talks to us about everything we ever wanted to know about Ketamine. In fact, we chatted so much we split to split it into two podcasts! Part One discusses dosing, myths, pain control and procedural sedation. Part Two discusses intubation, behavioural control, physiologic effects and other trendy bits. Don't miss both episodes!

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Our first ever Guest Speaker! Dr. Gary Aldolfatto, a well-known Ketamine researcher, talks to us about everything we ever wanted to know about Ketamine. In fact, we chatted so much we split to split it into two podcasts! Part One discusses dosing, myths, pain control and procedural sedation. Part Two discusses intubation, behavioural control, physiologic effects and other trendy bits. Don't miss both episodes!

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An evidence-based interesting conversation about the physician-nurse communication relationship that also gets into male-male vs male-female vs female-female communication despite profession.

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April 30, 2018 34 min

This month we have a chat about bias (of course...not our own...) and how to deal with some of them! Its a big patient safety issue!

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March 31, 2018 30 min

We discuss Group A (and B) Strep and why it should always be on your radar in the ED.

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February 28, 2018 35 min

This month we talk about Tri-Cyclic Antidepressant Overdose.

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This month we talk about diagnostic testing and the use of clinical predictor rules in our practice...are we overusing diagnostic tests?

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December 31, 2017 31 min

Current tidbits about stroke care and some cool Canadian research that is leading the way!

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November 30, 2017 21 min

This month we talk about strep throat, mono and when people need antibiotics and more importantly when they don't! Like our podcast? Help support us by buying us a cup of coffee at nursem.org

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October 31, 2017 18 min

This month we discuss upper GI issues - Ulcerative Colitis and Crohn's disease. Like our podcast? Help support us by buying us a cup of coffee at nursem.org

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September 30, 2017 26 min

This month we discuss upper GI issues - gastritis, peptic ulcer disease and GERD. Like our podcast? Help support us by buying us a cup of coffee at nursem.org

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