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Rebellion21: Alteplase for Stroke of Unknown Time of Onset

In this 9 minute video from day 2 of Rebellion in EM 2021, I go over the evidence for advanced imaging use in acute ischemic stroke of unknown time of onset to help guide treatment with intravenous alteplase.

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Neurology

Awake Proning for COVID-19 Acute Hypoxemic Respiratory Failure

Background: Awake prone positioning was an intervention adopted early in the COVID-19 pandemic for patients with hypoxemic respiratory failure.  Unfortunately, many early trials were not powered to show improvements in oxygenation, escalation of respiratory support, or mortality. The one meta-analysis …

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ResuscitationThoracic and Respiratory

Rebellion21: Ketamine vs Etomidate for RSI via Rob J. Bryant, MD

Ketamine has been the recent go to for the hemodynamically compromised intubation. In this 18-minute presentation from Rebellion in EM 2021, Rob J. Bryant, MD reviews several studies of Ketamine vs Etomidate to clarify the current rationale for or against …

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ResuscitationThoracic and Respiratory

It’s All About Risk: BNT162b2 mRNA COVID-19 Vaccination vs Natural Infection

Background: The world has been involved in mass vaccination efforts for the last nine months. Since the vaccines were approved, billions of doses have been administered.  Initial trials showed the COVID-19 vaccines to be efficacious and safe.   However, assessing vaccine …

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Infectious Disease

Rebellion21: Approach to Angina in 2021 via Tarlan Hedayati, MD

In this 14-minute presentation from Rebellion in EM 2021, Dr. Tarlan Hedayati, MD discusses the evidence base for CT coronary angiography (CTCA) and heart catheterization in patients presenting to the ED with coronary artery disease and chest pain (i.e. stable …

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Cardiovascular

Rebellion21: The Pyretic Neonate – A Cautionary Tale for Decision-Making Rules via Hilary Fairbrother, MD

In this 16-minute presentation from Rebellion in EM 2021, Dr. Hilary Fairbrother, MD describes the Clinical Decision Rule formulated and validated in the PECARN network for fever in patients who are less than 60 days old. She reviews the rule …

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Pediatrics

Rebellion21 – Mind of the Resuscitationist via Scott Weingart, MD

In this 26-minute keynote presentation, from day 2 of Rebellion in EM 2021, Dr. Scott Weingart, MD, discusses the cognitive aspects of caring for the critically ill.  This talk is for anyone performing resuscitation on a regular basis and wanting …

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Resuscitation

Is Age Just a Number When Cracking Chests?

Background: Have you considered age when determining whether a resuscitative thoracotomy (RT) is indicated? You’re not alone; over 1/3 of trauma surgeons surveyed consider age before performing a RT (Dennis 2016). Dr. E. Baue first described RT after cardiac trauma …

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Trauma

REBEL Core Cast 64.0 – Acute Pancreatitis

Take Home Points Pancreatitis is diagnosed by a combination of clinical features (epigastric pain with radiation to back, nausea/vomiting etc) and diagnostic tests (lipase 3x normal, CT scan) A RUQ US should be performed looking for gallstones as this finding …

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Abdominal and Gastroinstestinal

RECOVERY RS: CPAP vs HFNO vs Conventional Oxygen Therapy in COVID-19

Background: Much of the last two years has been both a complete blur and indelibly memorable. This dichotomy is encapsulated by the rapid changes and updates in medical management and hospital algorithms coupled with the memories of frightened faces of …

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Thoracic and Respiratory

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