REBEL Cast

is the blogs audio version. The podcast typically starts by setting a clinical stage with a pertinent clinical question, followed by a discussion of the paper with pertinent results, strengths, limitations, and further discussion. Finally, we end every podcast with clinical take home points from the papers being reviewed. If there are papers you think we should evaluate, email them to srrezaie@gmail.com.

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REBEL Core Cast 79.0 – Orthostatics in Volume Loss

Bottom Line: Based on the limited available evidence, it’s unlikely orthostatic vital sign measurement can be used to determine which patients have volume loss and which do not. The baseline prevalence of orthostatic vital signs is common and patients will …

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REBEL Cast Book Club Episode 3 — An Astronaut’s Guide To Life on Earth

In this episode of the REBEL Cast Book Club, Swami, Marco, Steve, and Brandon discuss how the lessons learned from Col. Chris Hadfield’s “An Astronaut’s Guide to Life on Earth” might apply to emergency medicine.

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REBEL Core Cast 78.0 – Herpes Zoster

Take Home Points Classically, herpes zoster will present with rash and pain in a dermatomal distribution Immunocompromised patients are at greater risk for significant complications of zoster, including visceral dissemination and zoster ophthalmicus Appropriate therapy includes antiviral therapy within 72 …

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DermatologyInfectious Disease

REBEL Core Cast 77.0 – Pyogenic Flexor Tenosynovitis

Take Home Points Think about flexor tenosynovitis in a patient with atraumatic finger pain.  They may have any combination of these signs: Tenderness along the course of the flexor tendon Symmetrical swelling of the finger – often called the sausage …

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Infectious DiseaseOrthopedics

REBEL Cast Ep108: The PLUS Trial – Balanced vs Unbalanced Fluids in the Critically Ill

Background: In the past few years there has been a growing debate between  the use of balanced multielectrolyte solutions (BMES) and saline in the critically ill (See the “for more about this topic” section below). Recent research has yielded inconsistent …

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Endocrine, Metabolic, Fluid, and Electrolytes

REBEL Core Cast 76.0 – Zoom Better

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REBEL Core Cast 75.0 – Femoral Lines

Take Home Points: Newer data suggests that the infection and DVT rates for femoral lines are similar to that for internal jugular central lines. In a resuscitation situation, there are likely faster ways to obtain access than a femoral line …

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Procedures and SkillsResuscitation

REBEL Cast Ep107: The BOUGIE Trial – Bougie First in All Emergency Intubations?

Background: Emergency endotracheal intubation is a potentially life-saving procedure in the management of critically-ill patients. The inherent risks associated with the procedure challenge us to refine our skills and adopt new techniques that can improve our performance. The bougie is …

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Procedures and SkillsResuscitation

REBEL Core Cast 74.0 – Cauda Equina Syndrome

Take Home Points: Cauda equina syndrome is a rare emergency with devastating consequences Early recognition is paramount as the presence of bladder dysfunction portends bad functional outcomes The presence of bilateral lower extremity weakness or sensory changes should alert clinicians …

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Orthopedics

REBEL Crit Cast Ep6.0 – Mastering Mechanical Ventilation Part 1

Mechanical Ventilation is a modality commonly used in the critically ill, but many providers, may not have a strong understanding of the basics. Emergency Medicine and Critical Care Physicians need to have a firm grasp of the basic concepts of …

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Thoracic and Respiratory

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