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Pericardiocentesis

How to Perform Pericardiocentesis Pericardiocentesis is used to treat symptomatic pericardial effusions and cardiac tamponade. It was first...

Should we intubate in the ramped position?

I’ve spoken on awake intubationat the EMCORE Conferences, especially at the last Masterclass. I also spoke about the potential...

Fixed Dilated Pupils

Head injury with fixed dilated pupils: Are we done? We have looked at the pupillary response before on...

The Unstable Atrial Fibrillation Patient

THE CASE A 75 yo man is brought into your small rural ED after 3 hours of ischemic...

Are You Still Feeling For A Pulse? Stop It!

I remember years ago when we used to manage cardiac arrests and everyone was asked to stop compressions...

Pulseless Electrical Activity

Pulseless Electrical Activity(PEA) occurs in about 30% of cardiac arrest cases. Given that it's not a shockable rhythm,...

Massive Propranolol Overdose

Massive propranolol overdose is perhaps one of the most challenging overdoses to manage. In 2009 we posted a...

Treating the Hyperglycaemic, Hyperosmolar, Hypernatraemic Patient

An 84 year old male has been brought into the emergency department. He has been found at home,...

Hypernatraemia

CASE A 76 yo woman is sent in from the nursing home with myoclonic jerks. She has a...