Grand Rounds Recap 9.18.19

Grand Rounds Recap 9.18.19

This was a great week of Grand Rounds with a number of interdisciplinary presentations. The week started off with Dr. Neel presenting about common neurologic complaints in the ED in our first EM-Neurology combined lecture for the year. Dr. Jarrell then presented her R4 Case Follow Up lecture on a case of blunt pancreatic injury in non-accidental trauma. Dr. Wyrick, from the Department of Orthopedics, talked about his experiences on his global health trip to Tanzania. Finally, the week wrapped up with Drs. Iparraguirre, Jensen, and Lane leading small group workshops on orthopedic injuries.

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Grand Rounds Recap 8.28.19

Grand Rounds Recap 8.28.19

This week started with a great Morbidity and Mortality Conference with Dr. Ham. Drs. Li, Makinen, Mand, and Skrobut then led small group workshops on HEENT emergencies. Following this, Dr. Harty led a fascinating discussion about a patient with Carotid Blowout Syndrome and Dr. Lagasse presented some of her work on trauma care and prevention from a Global Health perspective. The week wrapped up with Dr. LaFollette discussing arthrocentesis and joint loading in the emergency department.

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Grand Rounds Recap 6.05.19

Grand Rounds Recap 6.05.19

We hope you enjoy this week’s Grand Rounds Recap from 6.05.2019. We started the day with a talk on how to master the extraglottic device during Airway Grand Rounds with Dr. Carleton. Next, Dr. Liebman talked about error reduction in Airway Management with the use of checklists. Dr. Shaw then presented a fascinating case of Guillain-Barre Syndrome. Dr. Walsh shared some pearls as to how to utilize the Sgarbossa Criteria. Lastly, we were honored to have Dr. Dunlop talk to us about trauma in the developing world during Global Health Grand Rounds.

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Global Health Case Series: “Global Worming”

Global Health Case Series: “Global Worming”

The Global Health case series highlights interesting cases that residents experienced while practicing abroad and takes a dive into how to identify the pathology that is crucial know to care for patients both abroad and returning. Although Dr. Owens did not participate in the care of the patients described in these cases, she expertly tackles a disease that has received a lot of media attention.

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Grand Rounds Recap 12.5.2018

Grand Rounds Recap 12.5.2018

We had another excellent Grand Rounds this week! Dr. Carleton started us off with some thrilling airway cases in his continuing Airway Grand Rounds series. Next, we were transported to Africa for a case based discussion on Global Health with Drs Owens, Sabedra, Ventura, and Murphy-Crews. Dr. Skrobut and Chris Shaw then took us through a deep dive of the current literature on the management of upper GI bleeds. Dr. Ham then taught us about ACE-I induced angioedema through the lens of an amazing case of a patient who required a cricothyrotomy to save her life! Next up, we had Dr. Gleimer go up against Dr. Faryar in our Clincal Pathological Case series where we a classic presentation of Addison’s disease in a pediatric patient. Dr. Hunt then led us through small group discussions on the application of the HEART Score in patients presenting to the ED with chest pain. We wrapped up the day with Dr. Isaac Shaw who presented a the management of SVT in a complicated patient.

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Grand Rounds Recap 9.26.18

Grand Rounds Recap 9.26.18

This weeks grand rounds started off with our Morbidity and Mortality conference led by Dr. Shaw who led us on an education expedition covering the use of REBOA, surgical vs. medical management in spontaneous miscarriage, ways we can improve our use of the electronic medical record, management of a persistent air leak in a patient with a chest tube, and the role of CT in CAP. Dr. Alwan then provided us an in-depth look at the often untold challenges of life as a refugee as well as the challenges we face in providing care for these patients. This was followed by Dr. Randolph who presented a case of an incredibly complicated patient with a pulmonary embolism to highlight the steps in management of a decompensating patient with a pulmonary embolism before you initiate thrombolysis. Next up was Dr. Gottula and Dr. Hinckley who went head to head with a challenging presentation of acute aortic dissection as part of our CPC lecture series. Dr. Leech then finished up the day with a case based discussion on the utility of the Kocher Criteria in the evaluation of child with an acutely painful hip.

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