Grand Rounds Recap 3.13.19

Grand Rounds Recap 3.13.19

This week’s Grand Rounds began with a practical discussion of the CBC and differential by Dr. Hassani. Dr. Hughes and Thompson led a fantastic CPC on a case of myxedema coma, and Dr. Whitford discussed CT over-utilization in the emergency department. We finished the day with our pediatrics colleagues who walked us through anxiety-provoking cases of aortic coarctation, bacterial tracheitis, and neonatal jaundice. Check it out!

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Grand Rounds Recap 8.1.18

Grand Rounds Recap 8.1.18

Chock full of didactic pearls, this week EM/Sports Medicine physician Dr. Betz started us off with a number of can’t-miss orthopedic injuries. Drs. Baez and Owens led us through case follow ups of air embolism and a sick neonate in shock. To finish up, Wilderness Medicine’s own Drs Mel Otten and Conal Roche taught us about marine and snake envenomations and dive injuries.

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Grand Rounds Summary 10.11.17

Grand Rounds Summary 10.11.17

Dr. Stolz started Grand Rounds off with a great talk on lung ultrasound. Our consultant of the month, Dr. Hebbeler-Clark, gave a talk on patient safety and swarms. Dr. Lipshaw, a Peds-EM fellow, discussed the differential, evaluation, and management of congenital heart disease babies in the Emergency Department. Finally, Dr. Teuber ended with an interesting discussion on priapism. 

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Grand Rounds Recap 3.1.17

Grand Rounds Recap 3.1.17

This week Dr. Axelson took us through great DKA in pregnancy, hyponatremia tips, and prioritization in UGIB in this month's M&M. Critical Care bound Dr. Renne laid out some intra-arrest tips and Dr. Brown from Cincinnati Children's talked about Adult Congenital Heart Disease. Small groups covered everything from ACLS logistics to shoulder US to Minnesota tube insertion. 

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Grand Rounds Recap 12.14.16

Grand Rounds Recap 12.14.16

This week we started out with a great presentation updating our Emergency KT and approach to alcohol withdrawal from Drs. Soria and Whitford. Drs. Brent and Curry updated us on the Southwest Ohio EMS Protocols and Dr. Neel gave us a wonderful overview of approach to peripheral neuropathies. We rounded out the day with Peds Simulation addressing CAH, congenital heart disease, and treating malnutrition in a remote setting. 

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Grand Rounds Recap 12/16/15

Grand Rounds Recap 12/16/15

"IN JEOPARDY", AN ACS REVIEW - DR. FERMANN

EKG Changes

  • According to the AHA, there are no diagnostic EKG changes for NSTEMI
  • ST elevations in II, III and aVF  with depression in V2 represents and inferior-posterior STEMI
  • ST depressions in the precordial leads may represent posterior MI
  • Continuous ST segment trend monitoring may pick up very dynamic ischemic changes (though this is almost never done anymore)
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