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For this month’s Emergency Medicine Cases, Anton kindly asked me to act as a guest expert on the topic of urinary tract infections. The episode, which I think is fantastic, can be found here. In preparing for the episode, I ended up reading a lot, learning a lot, and taking relatively extensive notes. Although it … Continue reading "UTI: More than you ever wanted to know"
A guide to the first 10 minutes of resuscitation in chloral hydrate toxicity
A monthly collection of interesting emergency medicine articles appraised to keep your practice informed.
How well do you perform when the pressure is high? This is one of my favorite emergency medicine topics. Emergency personnel pride themselves on thriving under pressure. Doctors like to think of themselves as perfect, maybe even god-like. Combine the two, and you can imagine the ego of the average emergency physician. But underneath all … Continue reading "Performance Under Pressure"