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Dosing the Turkey Sandwich: De-Escalation in the ED Categorizing Agitation 1) Agitated but cooperative 2) Disruptive without danger 3)Agitated delirium -Multiple ways to classify the increasingly agitated patient, pick one that works for your practice. -Consider having a step-wise treatment... Continue Reading →
By: Tom Gill, MD Hematologic Emergencies: Lecture by Shayna Sarosiek, MD Disseminated intravascular coagulation (DIC) -Causes: Many...infection, inflammation, malignancy, toxins, liver dysfunction -Microvascular thrombus most common -Work up: Platelets, INR, D-dimer, fibrinogen, PTT -Treatment: Cryoglobulin (if low fibrinogen), FFP (if bleeding), other... Continue Reading →
By: Jeffrey Rixe, MD One Minute Neuro Exam of the Hand Median Nerve (OK) -Sensory: test 2nd digit light touch -Motor: thenar muscles, thumb pincer grasp, form the "OK" sign -Injury: supracondylar fracture, laceration near flexor retinaculum, carpal tunnel syndrome... Continue Reading →
By: Dr. Zaid Altawil Case Discussion A 40-year-old male with no past medical history presented to the ED 12 hours after a minor motor vehicle collision. The patient’s car was rear-ended by another vehicle. He complains of minor back and... Continue Reading →