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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Grand Rounds Recap 3.27.19

Grand Rounds Recap 3.27.19

Enjoy this week’s Grand Round’s Recap. Dr. Murphy started us off with a great Morbidity and Mortality conference with a variety of fascinating cases. Next, Dr. LaFollette taught us some pearls for HEENT emergencies if you are out in the community. Dr. Hunt took us through transfusion reactions and how to manage them, followed by Dr. Hall discussing the management pearls of Nonconvulsive Status Epilepticus. Next, Dr. Connelly taught us how we can incorporate alternative EKG leads into our practice, and Dr. Klaszky finished our day with a nuanced take of how to manage refractory septic shock. It was a jam packed day full of great learning!

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Diagnostics: Alternative EKG Leads

Diagnostics: Alternative EKG Leads

Ever have a patient that looks more concerning than their EKG? Perhaps their ischemia is in that anatomically difficult to access right ventricle or even posterior. Join Dr. Connelly in looking at the utility of right sided, posterior and Lewis leads and bring something new to your next chest pain patient.

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Grand Rounds Recap 11.29.17

Grand Rounds Recap 11.29.17

This week Dr. Lagasse gave us a great M&M covering intra-ocular foreign bodies, empyema management in the ED and septic cardiomyopathy. Dr. Iparraguirre lead small groups in EKG case studies in heart blocks, followed by Drs Nagle and LaFollette squaring off in a CPC of an undifferentiated patient with aphasia. Drs Goel and McKee wrapped up this week with a clinical soapbox on patient turnover and a case follow up of lytics in massive PE.

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