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A lion used to prowl about a field in which Four Oxen used to dwell. Many a time he tried to attack them, but whenever he came near they turned their tails to one another, so that whichever way he […]
ANAPHYLAXIS By: Hima Khamar, PGY3 4-year-old female presents to ED with parents due to 1 week of cough, fever, congestion, irritability, and decreased PO intake. CXR shows RLL pneumonia, patient is started on Ceftriaxone. 5 mins after the initiation of […]
Resident: Yenisleidy Paez Perez CC:“I”m bringing in my son. He has been having tooth pain since last night, and I gave him Tylenol but then he seemed to pass out and had white stuff at the mouth and his face and […]
Emergency Medicine Symposium – Seventh Annual St. Josephï¿½s Regional Medical Center
Resident: D’Amore/Clayton CC: “My heart is racing.” HPI: 26 year old male with no past medical history presents to the Emergency Room with complaints of palpitations. Patient states that while exercising at the gym just prior to arrival, he suddenly […]
Presenting Resident Nicholas Mota, DO PGY3 Chief Complaint Double vision Brief HPI 30-year-old male with no past medical history presented with acute onset left ocular pain and double vision x1d. Patient states that last night he turned off the light […]
CC: Shortness of Breath HPI: ALS box call to St. Joseph Wayne ED # 1: 92 year old female from nursing home with PMH of Alzheimer Disease and failure to thrive, RUE DVT on Eliquis with complaints of SOB. BiPAP was […]
CC: Hand Injury-Job Related HPI: 35 yo otherwise healthy male presents to the Emergency Dept. (ED) with a laceration over the palmar surface of the left hand, proximal to the PIP joint and extending over the MCP joints of the […]
CC: BIB BLS for “Psych Evaluation” HPI: 46-year-old female w/ PMH of asthma, SLE, RA and seizure disorder presents to the emergency department by BLS for evaluation. Patient states, “I don’t like people accusing me of doing things I didn’t […]
Scavenger Hunt in Hoboken !
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. […]
Dr. Mike Hong PGY-4 presents a case and excellent review for the management of pneumonia in the pediatric population.
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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 […]