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Medical Category: Head, Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat

Topical TXA in Atraumatic Anterior Epistaxis Yet Again

Background: The use of topical tranexamic acid (TXA) for anterior epistaxis has been studied in many trials with conflicting results. The largest and most methodologically rigorous study to date on the use of topical TXA in epistaxis has been the …

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Head, Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat

Classic Journal Club: TXA for Epistaxis

Background: Epistaxis is a common ailment experienced by millions worldwide. While most of these cases can be managed by patients at home, some will require medical attention. Initial interventions include local pressure, ice, and forward head positioning for persistent bleeds. When …

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Head, Eye, Ear, Nose, and ThroatHematology and Oncology

REBEL Core Cast – Basics of EM – Mega Summary – Part 1

Take Home Points Emergency medicine revolves around the differential diagnosis History and physical exam should significantly narrow your differential diagnosis Have an idea of what specific diagnoses are being ruled out when ordering diagnostic tests Always consider the most life-threatening and …

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Allergy and ImmunologyHead, Eye, Ear, Nose, and ThroatRenal and GenitourinaryResuscitationThoracic and RespiratoryTrauma

REBEL Core Cast – Basics of EM – Dizziness

Take Home Points Key point is to discern between central and peripheral causes – become familiar with the nuances of one and concentrate on that Assume central and convince yourself its peripheral in nature, if at the end of the …

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Head, Eye, Ear, Nose, and ThroatNeurology

REBEL Core Cast – Basics of EM – Shortness of Breath

Take Home Points Keep a wide differential Think of the airway, lungs, heart, blood, kidneys, acid/base, brain Use Wells & PERC consecutively to stratify those who you think may have a PE Silent chest is asthma patients is a harbinger …

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Allergy and ImmunologyEndocrine, Metabolic, Fluid, and ElectrolytesHead, Eye, Ear, Nose, and ThroatPyschobehavioralResuscitationThoracic and Respiratory

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