US - Pregnancy The LABUR protocol: Ultrasound of the Month

US - Pregnancy The LABUR protocol: Ultrasound of the Month

Your pregnant patient gets rushed in uncomfortable and just shying of pushing but you have a few minutes to panic. Why panic when you can grab a probe and get some information about your impending delivery? Dr. Bernardoni guides us through the LABUR exam and the finer points of the term OB POCUS.

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AirCare Series: Resuscitative Hysterotomy

AirCare Series: Resuscitative Hysterotomy

Air Care Series is back!  This time with one of the most feared procedures in pre-hospital medicine: the Resuscitative Hysterotomy (aka peri-mortem c-section).  Pregnant patients scare us, but coding pregnant patients scare us even more.  Read on to learn not only when to perform this procedure, but how to perform it properly and safely.  

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Placenta Previa

Placenta Previa

Delivering neonates in the emergency department can be a stressful process, in part due to the potential for serious maternal or infant morbidity. In this article, Dr. Habib will discuss a case of placenta previa and walk us through how to recognize placental pathology, its pathophysiology, and appropriate emergent management.

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