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Medical Category: Thoracic 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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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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REBEL EM Useful Critical Care/ICU Stuff

I have started to split my time between the ED and ICU.  Obviously these two areas of clinical care have their similarities, but also have their differences. So I decided to create this post to put things that I have …

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The SAFER Trial: Pediatric CAP – Amoxicillin 5 days vs 10 days

Background: The evidence supporting the use of a 10-day course of high-dose amoxicillin to treat community-acquired pneumonia (CAP) in pediatric patients is weak. In addition, medicine is trending towards shorter courses of antibiotics when clinically appropriate. REBEL EM covered a similar …

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REBEL Cast Ep99: The INTUBE Study –  Adverse Peri-Intubation Events in the Critically Ill

Background: It’s no surprise that unplanned, emergency intubations are significantly different from intubations in the operating room (OR). Unplanned intubations on the floors and in the ED and ICU settings are highly unlikely to be “physiologically optimized:” they have underlying …

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