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We believe in the educational merits of Free Open Access Medical education (FOAM), which includes podcasts, blogs, articles on PubMed Central, conferences streamed for free and more. As a result, we would like to encourage others to move beyond quoting podcasts and into the realm of tying “cutting edge” FOAM to the core content. We’ll provide some review and references for listeners to go read. Why, indeed, should we FOAM it alone when FOAM can inspire us to go, read, think, and be excellent?
 
Hosts, Alex Finch, MD and Venk Bellamkonda, MD explore topics relevant to the practice, education or research of emergency medicine. Enjoy interviews with people on the front lines, thought leaders from around the world, and the comedy and drama of life when it intersects with emergency care. Follow us on Twitter: @AlwaysOnEM Email: AlwaysOnEM@gmail.com
 
The 2 View is a podcast featuring EM clinicians Martha Roberts NP and Michael Sharma PA. The podcast discusses hot topics in EM and urgent care for advanced practice providers. The podcasts features literature reviews, case studies, controversial topics, and innovative approaches to the emergent and urgent care patient.
 
In this podcast series, Joseph Guarisco, MD FAAEM, and Tom Scaletta, MD FAAEM, discuss operations management issues for the emergency physician. Dr. Guarisco is the chair of the Operations Management Committee of the American Academy of Emergency Medicine (AAEM) and Dr. Scaletta is past president of the organization. Join them each month as they discuss issues of importance to emergency physicians.
 
The Art of Emergency Medicine podcast is an effort to help and inspire trainees of the Australasian College for Emergency Medicine (ACEM) to put their best foot forward and progress through the program. We achieve this by covering various training issues and exam topics focussed on SAQ and OSCE questions. Abrar and Kishan – FACEM and Advanced Trainee respectively, form the core of our creative team, based in Melbourne, Australia. We hope you enjoy it!
 
David Farcy, MD FAAEM FCCM, Chief of Emergency Medicine at Mount Sinai Medical in Miami Beach, Florida, speaks with national and international experts in the field of critical care in emergency medicine. Join us each month for insights on a timely topic of importance for emergency physicians.
 
The newest EM:RAP project and the first to be done by and for residents. We will cover the cardinal presentations, the canonical literature, and the coolest cases all with an eye to board-review appropriate chunky nuggets of clever goodness. Note: no funny Australian accents but we do have a French-Canadian.
 
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Theme: Critical Care. Participants: Dr Alex Yartsev (intensivist at Westmead Hospital), Dr Mark Salter (emergency physician at Westmead Hospital), Maddy Jegatheeswaran (intensive care Fellow at Westmead Hospital), Gladis Kabil (registered nurse at Westmead Hospital), Kristian Adams, Pramod Chandru, Caroline Tyers, Amanda De Silva, Shreyas Iyer, and…
 
In this Journal Jam podcast Anton and Justin welcome special guest Dr. Haley Cochrane. We dive deep into the evidence for timing of closure and infection rate, fluid choice, volume and pressure of irrigation of lacerations, glove type and infection rate, how eversion of wound edges effects cosmetic outcomes and much more. You might be surprised to …
 
Welcome to the emDOCs.net podcast! Join us as we review our high-yield posts from our website emDOCs.net. Today on the emDOCs cast with Brit Long, MD (@long_brit), we cover ovarian torsion and several myths. To continue to make this a worthwhile podcast for you to listen to, we appreciate any feedback and comments you may have for us. Please let us…
 
Welcome back to the tasty morsels of critical care podcast. Today we are going to do our best to charm the yellow snake of the intensive care unit and cover the pulmonary artery floatation catheter. Like a lot, indeed practically all of these topics, I do not in any way consider myself to have great expertise in the topic but I have had to upskill …
 
Immune related therapies are growing in cancer care as modern treatments utilize our own systems to attack the disease. This also means we will see growing numbers of these patients in the emergency department with complications from these interventions. We chat with Dr. Chris Coyne who is "geeking out" about the technology and our role in EM.This …
 
Want to experience the greatest in board studying? Check out our interactive question bank podcast- the FIRST of its kind here: emrapidbombs.supercast.com.We have a lot to talk about on this podcast, but we’re going to focus on Number 2. hehe. We have plenty more jokes where that came from! Iltifat, Blake, and Marlena chat about C diff, the scary, …
 
In this episode, we review the largest trial of double sequential external defibrillation (DSED) and vector change (VC) defibrillation for refractory ventricular fibrillation (VFib): Cheskes S, Verbeek PR, Drennan IR, et al. Defibrillation Strategies for Refractory Ventricular Fibrillation. N Engl J Med. 2022;387(21):1947-1956. Show notes, referenc…
 
Dr. Ben Sandefur, Emergency Medicine attending at Mayo Clinic, joins Alex and Venk on the podcast to talk about angioedema and awake tracheal intubation. He reviews the different types of angioedema in a format designed to assist the emergency department practitioner with decision making and prognostication. This is followed by a description of how…
 
Tongue lacerations are surprisingly common in the Emergency Department. Fortunately most of them don’t require any specific interventions. You just let them go and they heal on their own. Really. But if you do have to repair I offer advice in this brief episode. PEMBlog @PEMTweets on Twitter My Mastodon account @bradsobo Resource from the British D…
 
In the October episode of Critical Decisions in Emergency Medicine, Drs. Danya Khoujah and Wendy Chang discuss caring for sexual assault victims as well as selecting appropriate critical care transport. As always, you’ll hear about the hot topics covered in CDEM’s regular features, including moyamoya disease–induced stroke in Clinical Pediatrics, r…
 
Date: November 26th, 2022 Reference: James et al. Emergency Department Condition Acuity, Length of Stay, and Revisits Among Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Patients: A Retrospective Chart Review. AEM November 2022 Guest Skeptic: Dr. Corey Heitz is an emergency physician in Roanoke, Virginia. He is also the CME editor for Academic Emergency Medicine. Click…
 
Take Home Points Methemoglobinemia can result from exposure to a number of different medications. The most common are dapsone and topical anesthetic agents (i.e. benzocaine) Consider the diagnosis in any patient with cyanosis and hypoxia that doesn’t respond to oxygen administration Administer methylene blue to any patient with abnormal vital signs…
 
Approximately 3 million critically ill patients are intubated and initiated on mechanical ventilation each year in the United States. A critical component of mechanical ventilation is the adjustment of FiO2 to maintain adequate arterial oxygen saturation. However, the optimal oxygenation target in critically ill adult patients receiving mechanical …
 
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