Air Care Series: Not Just Little Adults, Neonatal Resus

Air Care Series: Not Just Little Adults, Neonatal Resus

While often alarming, neonatal resuscitation is critical in the care of a neonate. In the critical care transport environment preparations is crucial in optimizing resuscitation success. In this edition of Air Care Series, Dr. Irankunda walks us through neonatal resuscitation in the transport environment.

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Grand Rounds Recap 4.18.18

Grand Rounds Recap 4.18.18

This week we got a refreshing look at soft tissue ultrasound from our US guru Dr. Stolz. We then moved to the opposite end of modern imaging with the rarely indicated but intermittently very useful KUB by Dr. Skrobut. Drs Kiser and Ventura battled it out in a CPC case of pyloric stenosis then the R4s ran a simulation and small group on global health pathologies.

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Grand Rounds Recap 12.6.17

Grand Rounds Recap 12.6.17

We had a jam packed Grand Rounds this week kicked off by Dr. Carleton's airway lecture discussing tools to maximize fiberoptic intubation success. Next Drs. Roche and Plash led us through wilderness medicine small groups discussing plant ingestions and creative extrication techniques. Drs. Murphy-Crews and Bryant participated in a CPC case with a seizing neonate followed by Dr. O'Brien's discussion of blunt neck trauma. Next Dr. Cotton presented data on physician burnout and how to combat it while Dr. Li wrapped things up with an overview of Kawasaki's disease. 

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Grand Rounds Summary 01.18.2017

Grand Rounds Summary 01.18.2017

This week's Grand Rounds started off with a stress-inducing sim written by the R4s that included a pregnant trauma patient with a positive FAST, an imminent delivery and neonatal resuscitation! Drs. Paulsen and Continenza faced off in a great CPC and Dr. DeVries walked us through the history of US use in ED patients. Dr. Golden rounded out our day with a lecture focused on foot and ankle injuries. 

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Grand Rounds Recap 9.7.2016

Grand Rounds Recap 9.7.2016

This week we learned about risk stratification for PE and how to work it up in special populations. We covered neonatal resuscitation and pediatric hematologic emergencies. We got a crash course in the returning traveler with fever. We reviewed current guidelines for treatment of sexually transmitted infections.

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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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