Grand Rounds Recap 9.4.19

Grand Rounds Recap 9.4.19

This week in grand rounds we discussed all types of critically ill patients, first covering the spectrums of hypothermia and shock. We then had a fascinating case follow up on a patient who developed torsades des pointes, and learned how to perform the HINTS exam and incorporate it into our practice. We then discussed pediatric osteomyelitis and it’s subtle presentation, and finally covered musculoskeletal ultrasound of the shoulder, knee, and ankle.

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Grand Rounds Recap 10.17.18

Grand Rounds Recap 10.17.18

This week we started off with Drs. Gleimer and Koehler running through the new ‘early, often and subQ’ QI/KT protocol for Sickle Cell Disease. Dr. LaFollette then discuss the oft-ignored complaint of hemorrhoids and peri-anal abscesses. We got snapshots from resident attendees of ACEP and Dr. Continenza discussed a case of postpartum hemorrhage resuscitation.

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QI/KT: Cardiac Arrest

QI/KT: Cardiac Arrest

The first of a new series of posts with associated podcasts looking at the literature behind what we do every day in the ED with takeaways of tangible algorithms to guide every day practice. This month Drs Gauger and Harty lead us in a discussion of cardiac arrest, the drugs we use, the ultrasound we dabble with and the future interventions that could become standard of care.

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Grand Rounds Recap 1.10.18

Grand Rounds Recap 1.10.18

Grand rounds this week started off with a review of the EMTALA law with Dr. Hinckley, as well as some case discussion.  This was followed by a presentation from our clinical pharmacists, PharmD's Nicole Harger and Madeline Stephens, on anti-epileptic medications and their uses, as well as an update on our medication supplies in the ED.  Drs. Murphy-Crews and Scanlon then presented their evidenced based algorithm for the management of STEMI, followed by our combined peds EM lecture with Dr. Kevin Overmann on the evaluation of the pale child and pediatric anemia.  This was followed by Dr. Ludmer's R4 case follow up/best of residency cases.  The day finished up with Dr. Sim Mand presenting her clinical diagnostics lecture on the assessment and management of the non-pregnant patient with abnormal uterine bleeding. 

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