CC: Shortness of breath HPI: 7 day old female presents to the Emergency Dept. (ED) after being seen earlier in clinic. Mother is rom Nigeria and arrived to the U.S a few weeks prior to delivery. Prenatal care is unclear. […]
Every year we love going to the University of Maryland Emergency Cardiology Symposium hosted by Dr. Amal Mattu. Check out our PEARLS from this year’s lectures on Cardiology Conundrums!
Is ST-Segment Elevation in Lead aVR Getting Too Much Respect? Check out another Cardio Case of the Week.
Dr. Mike Hong PGY-4 presents a case and excellent review for the management of pneumonia in the pediatric population.
Join us for the 10th Annual Emergency Medicine Symposium on April 17, 2018! Click here for more information.
CC: Chest Pain HPI: 49-year-old female brought in via ALS presents complaining of Chest pain. As per the Paramedics, the patient was found to be in no acute distress, stating she had exertional chest pain, which had subsided. The pre-hospital […]
Check out this month’s Pediatric Pearls on Bronchiolitis brought to you by our own Dr. Hima Khamar PGY-2!
Varicella-zoster virus Varicella (chickenpox) is a highly contagious disease caused by primary infection with varicella-zoster virus (VZV)2 and may cause maternal mortality or serious morbidity > Reactivation of latent infection, usually many years after the primary infection, may result in […]
Check out this brief review of the management of hip dislocations in the Emergency Department. The info here is taken from this month’s EM Practice EMPlify podcast.
CC: Left leg pain HPI: 52 year old male with PMH of IDDM presents to the Emergency Dept. (ED) with left leg pain for the past 9 days which has become progressively worse. He is a taxi driver and reports […]