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 4.25.18

Grand Rounds Recap 4.25.18

This week’s Grand Rounds was kicked off with our W. Brian Gibler visiting professor series with Dr. Ali Raja M.D., MBA, MPH, and Vice Chair of Emergency Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital. He gave us his insights on how to help move our specialty towards evidence based practice, as well as his tips on leadership within the context of academic emergency medicine. This was followed by our monthly Morbidity and Mortality Conference with Dr. Titone. Dr. Shah then gave his R4 Clinical Soap Box on the utility of ultrasound in cardiac arrest, and the conference finished with Dr. Whitford giving his R3 Taming the SRU case follow up.

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Grand Rounds Recap 12/2/15

Grand Rounds Recap 12/2/15

Air Care Ground Rounds

Dr. Hinckley - Air Medical Resource Management

Familiarity and complacency can lead to mistakes. Stay uncomfortable. A policy for preflight walk-a-rounds will be released shortly. 

E-poc blood gas analyzer is now on AirCare. Think about using it for all patients, but particularly those who are intubated or may be in a state of shock.

Dr. Powell - Minnesota Tube is coming to AirCare

Everything you need will be in the Critical Care bag. You can bring all the gear with you into the hospital without having to gather supplies there. No football helmet required.

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Grand Rounds Recap - 4/15/15

Grand Rounds Recap - 4/15/15

Ocular Emergencies with Dr. Titone

Blood supply to the eye is from the Internal Carotid and drainage is through cavernous sinus.  Bony eye septum is an improtant structure that separates the superficial structures from the deeper structures that have direct communications with the brain.

Key historical factors: recent eye procedures, eye drop use, contact lens use, occupational history, UV ligh exposure

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