Grand Rounds Recap 7.10.19

Grand Rounds Recap 7.10.19

We had a great week in Grand Rounds. The first lecture included a debate about the use of rocuronium or succinylcholine in paralysis for intubation by Drs. Lang and Plash. Drs. Ryan and Moellman led a thrilling discussion through some of their most interesting and thought provoking cases of their careers. Pharmacists Nicole Harger and Paige Gaber then discussed updates in pharmacy, specifically the use of droperidol and anticoagulation reversal in the emergency department. We learned about cognitive biases and clinical decision making from Dr. Hill. The day wrapped up with Dr. Knight showcasing the NIH stroke scale with Dr. Foreman.

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Grand Rounds 10.25.17

Grand Rounds 10.25.17

Dr. Ludmer kicked things off with this month's Morbidity & Mortality conference where we discussed C. Diff, spinal cord compression, LP in the setting of anticoagulation and cardiac arrest with an LVAD. Dr. Stettler led the next segment of our longitudinal leadership curriculum with a look at the mentor/mentee relationship. We finished up with a soapbox lecture by Dr. Titone on conflict resolution and an R3 follow up by Dr. Bernardoni who discussed the crashing patient with right ventricular failure and pulmonary arterial hypertension. 

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Grand Rounds Recap 7.5.17

Grand Rounds Recap 7.5.17

In our first Grand Rounds of the academic year, we started with Dr. Pancioli teaching us about the history of Emergency Medicine. Dr. Palmer discussed team work and the case for building social capital and Dr. LaFollette worked through the disposition of patients with chest pain. Our clinical pharmacist Chris Droege, PharmD discussed the evolving landscape of agents we have to reverse oral anticoagulants.

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