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REBEL Cast Ep 47: Blood Transfusions, Lidocaine for Kidney Stones, and Stop Using So Much Oxygen

26 Mar
March 26, 2018

Background: Welcome back to REBEL Cast episode 47.  In this issue we are going to talk about some recent trials published in the past year that have gotten some love in the FOAMed world.  We have been meaning to discuss these trials, but just simply didn’t have the time until now.  What trials are we […]

REBEL Cast Ep 46b: Vent Management in the Crashing Patient with Haney Mallemat

12 Mar
March 12, 2018

In Episode 46a we discussed respiratory failure and NIV.  In episode 46b we are going move on to the patient where you have tried NIV and your patient just doesn’t seem to be improving.  You decide to intubate your patient and connect them to the ventilator.  Now the ventilator starts beeping and your patient begins […]

REBEL Cast Ep 46a – Respiratory Failure and NIV with Haney Mallemat

26 Feb
February 26, 2018

Imagine you have a patient in respiratory failure sitting right in front of you. The patient has an increased work of breathing and obviously in distress.  Monitors are beeping, nurses are asking you what you want to do, and if you don’t do something, the patient is going to arrest and potentially die.  What is […]

REBEL Cast Ep 45: How to Build a Great Presentation

05 Feb
February 5, 2018

What’s Wrong With Lectures/Presentations Now? Lecturing style has remained stagnant despite the fact that our understanding of how people learn has changed. Most presentations make the supportive media (i.e. slides) the focus of the presentation without thought about the story or the delivery. Lectures are too focused on the educator instead of focusing on the […]

REBEL Cast Ep 43: Pain Control and Opioid Sparing Options in the ED

08 Jan
January 8, 2018

Background: In the United States we are not only seeing an opioid epidemic but also a shortage of IV opioid agents. For both reasons, it is important to find non-opioid options for common pain complaints seen in the ED.  Changing prescribing practices is difficult but an important step in minimizing opioid usage.  Current research suggests […]