Precise communication

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Precise communication

Have you ever watched a volleyball game and seen the ball fall between two players? What happened there? It was probably inadequate or insufficient communication as to who was going to make the play. The same thing happens in almost every professional arena: mistakes are made because of poor communication. In this episode we discuss …

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Alcohol, c-spines, and lots of pus

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Alcohol, c-spines, and lots of pus

A day late and a dollar short, but here it is, the Ercast summer Journal Club. As per usual, boy genius Adam Rowh, MD is in the house to give his take on the medical literature. In this episode, we discuss Cervical spine clearance in the intoxicated patient (can you remove the collar if they …

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What you don’t know about Wernicke’s encephalopathy

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What you don’t know about Wernicke’s encephalopathy

Megan Spyres, toxicologist and emergency physician at LA County-USC, gives a primer on diagnosing and treating Wernicke’s encephalopathy. The title of this post “What you don’t know about Wernicke’s encephalopathy” is more from my perspective than a commentary on what you, the listener, may know. After all, you might be a genius when it comes to […]

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