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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

Rebellion21: Extubation in the ED via Sara Gray, MD

In this 15-minute presentation from Rebellion in EM 2021, Dr. Sara Gray discusses on when (and how) to consider extubating in your ED. As length of stay in the ED increases it is becoming more common to have patients who …

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ResuscitationThoracic and Respiratory

Rebellion21: Good Vibrations with Corona – Using POCUS in the COVID Era via Eric Chin, MD

In this 18-minute presentation from Rebellion in EM 2021, Dr. Eric Chin, MD describes the role of point-of-care ultrasound in the evaluation of a COVID patient. Much of this talk focuses on thoracic and lung ultrasound.

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Infectious DiseaseProcedures and SkillsThoracic and Respiratory

Rebellion21: Vasopressors – When and Why via Haney Mallemat, MD

In this 14-minute presentation from Rebellion in EM 2021, Dr. Haney Mallemat, using his chalk talk CritBits style, discusses the various vasopressors and their pros/cons.

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Resuscitation

Rebellion21: 5 Things Your Intensivist Wishes You did in the ED for Critically Ill Patients via Sara Gray, MD

In this 15-minute talk from Rebellion in EM 2021, Dr. Sara Gray, MD uses a case-based discussion to look at ED care from the intensivists perspective and includes quick pearls that make patient care better in the ICU.

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ResuscitationThoracic and Respiratory

Rebellion21 – “HALT IT” In the Name of Evidence via J Scott Wieters, MD

In this 20-minute presentation from Rebellion in EM 2021, Dr. J Scott Wieters, MD discusses the evidence for and against the use of tranexamic acid for hemorrhage alleviation in gastrointestinal bleeding by doing a critical appraisal of the HALT-IT trial.

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Abdominal and GastroinstestinalHematology and Oncology

Break Your Digital Addiction

I have an addiction! The first step towards recovery is admitting you have a problem. I cannot stop checking my email. I’m on a quest to increase my productivity while simultaneously eliminating distractions and activities which do not add value or …

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