Archive for category: REBEL Cast

December 2016 REBEL Cast: Obstructive Left Main Coronary Artery Disease

19 Dec
December 19, 2016

Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn Reddit PocketThe standard treatment for patients with obstructive left main coronary artery disease has typically been coronary-artery bypass grafting (CABG), however some newer trials have suggested that maybe drug-eluting stents may be an acceptable alternative to CABG in select patients. In this episode we will be reviewing the two most […]

October 2016 REBEL Cast: IDSA Pneumonia Update

10 Oct
October 10, 2016

Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn Reddit PocketEvery few years we get updates in the guidelines based on new evidence. Guidelines give us a framework to work with in the treatment of disease processes, such as pneumonia. The last Infectious Disease Society of America (IDSA) guidelines update on the treatment of pneumonia came from 2005, but […]

Advice to the Graduating Resident – Victoria Brazil

18 Apr
April 18, 2016

Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn Reddit PocketSo this is the third installation of Advice to the Graduating Resident. Again, many 3rd year residents will be graduating in just a few short months and taking on their first jobs as attending physicians. I was lucky enough to sit down with the amazing Victoria Brazil and pick her brain. She […]

Advice to the Graduating Resident – Amal Mattu

28 Mar
March 28, 2016

Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn Reddit PocketSo this is the second installation of Advice to Graduating Residents. Again, many 3rd year residents will be graduating in just a few short months and taking on their first jobs as attending physicians. I was lucky enough to sit down with the amazing Amal Mattu and pick his […]

Advice to the Graduating Resident – Anand Swaminathan

29 Feb
February 29, 2016

Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn Reddit PocketWe are getting closer to the end of the year and pretty soon 3rd year residents will be graduating and moving on to their first jobs as attending physicians.  My own residents have been asking for advice, and I thought this would be a great opportunity to ask some […]

December 2015 All Cardiology REBELCast

10 Dec
December 10, 2015

Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn Reddit PocketWelcome to the December 2015 REBELCast, where Swami, Matt, and I are going to tackle a couple of topics in the world of Cardiology and Critical Care. First of all, we all know that the optimal treatment for STEMI is getting the patient to the cardiac catheterization lab, and time […]

November 2015 REBELCast: All Vascular Access Episode

12 Nov
November 12, 2015

Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn Reddit PocketWelcome to the November 2015 REBELCast, where Swami, Matt, and I are going to tackle a couple of topics in the world of Vascular Access. Peripheral intravenous (PIV) access is one of the most common procedures we perform in the emergency department (ED) and central venous catheter (CVC), although decreasing […]

October 2015 REBELCast: The All Thoracotomy Episode

08 Oct
October 8, 2015

Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn Reddit PocketWelcome to the October 2015 REBELCast, where Swami, Matt, and I are going to tackle a couple of topics in the world of Trauma, specifically ED Thoracotomy. Now we all know that ED thoracotomy is a last ditch salvage effort, performed under specific clinical circumstances, during a traumatic arrest. The purpose […]

September 2015 REBELCast

07 Sep
September 7, 2015

Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn Reddit PocketWelcome to the September 2015 REBELCast, where Swami, Matt, and I are going to tackle a couple of topics in the world of Venous Thromboembolism (VTE). Seems like we are hearing more and more about VTE in terms of workup, management, etc. Lets face it, diagnosing someone with a pulmonary embolism […]

REBEL Cast Wee: Early Cardiac Catheterization in OHCA Survivors with Non-STEMI

03 Aug
August 3, 2015

Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn Reddit PocketBackground: We know that cardiac arrest is a devastating disease and that it occurs in approximately 400,000 Americans each year. In the few patients who achieve return of spontaneous circulation (ROSC) and survive past the pre-hospital stage, mortality rates range from 50 – 60% depending on which sources you […]

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