Tag: CT Scan

Clinical Conundrums: Do We Need to Order a CT for Every Patient with Renal Colic?

Bottom Line Up Top: In selective patients presenting with flank pain, we can diagnose renal colic without a CT scan. There is also a subset of patients that would benefit from IV contrast enhanced CT scanning. Clinical Scenario: A 35-year-old …

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Renal and Genitourinary

The CT FIRST Trial: Should We Pan-CT After ROSC?

Background: Achieving ROSC in out of hospital cardiac arrest (OHCA) is no easy feat but, care doesn’t end with ROSC. Post-ROSC management is nuanced and challenging but helps to ensure good outcomes. Identification of the underlying cause of the cardiac …

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