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With this feed, you do not miss anything. You will find all published blog posts and chapters during this week. Click the “title” or “read more” to open each page you interested in.
In case you didn’t encounter a construction worker who presented with high voltage electrical injury today! Go To “Burns” Chapter iEM Education Project Team uploads many clinical picture and videos to the Flickr and YouTube. These images are free to use in education. You can also support this global EM
Core Topics for EM Clerkship
Core EM clerkship topics recommended by SAEM are ready for students. Feel free to read or listen. And, do not forget to share with your colleagues or students. Sharing is caring!
In case you didn’t encounter electrical injury today! The above picture shows entry wounds of electrical injury. One of the important hints is DO NOT DELAY TO TAKE OFF RINGS for any hand injury! The above picture shows exit wounds of the same patient. iEM Education Project Team uploads many
Top 10 in August 2018
This feed gives the list of top read/viewed posts and chapters in August 2018.
Dear students/interns/PGY1s, 41 audio chapters are available in SoundCloud.
Need a chest tube or not?
Go To “Respiratory Distress” Chapter Go To “Pneumothorax” Chapter Go To “Multiple Trauma” Chapter Go To “Chest Pain” Chapter iEM Education Project Team uploads many clinical picture and videos to the Flickr and YouTube. These images are free to use in education. You can also support this global EM education
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by Ana Spehonja Case Presentation A 6-year-old previously healthy male was brought to the emergency department (ED) after he fell into a freshwater lake while playing on the dock. Eyewitnesses found his body floating face down in the water. He was unaccounted for 10-15 minutes. They started basic life support
A new chapter is added – Drowning
Drowning chapter written by Ana Spehonja from Slovenia is just uploaded to the Website! Read “Drowning”
by Abdulaziz Al Mulaik Case Presentation A 57-year-old male is brought to the emergency department by EMS during Hajj. The patient as stated by the paramedics was “found face down” in the street under direct sunlight, where outside temperature is 45°C. Initial vitals are BP: 91/55, HR 130 .
Simple, amazing hints for heat illness
Heat Illness chapter written by Abdulaziz Al Mulaik from KSA is just uploaded to the Website! Read “Heat Illness”
Acute Ischemic Stroke
by Fatih Büyükcam Introduction Patients with stroke present with sudden onset of paresis, sensory deficits, visual loss or visual field defects, diplopia, dysarthria, facial droop, ataxia, vertigo, aphasia and altered mental status. These symptoms and signs may be seen alone or in combination. Acute ischemic stroke is a type of
Acute Ischemic Stroke chapter is just added
Acute Ischemic Stroke chapter written by Fatih Büyükcam from Turkey is just uploaded to the Website! Read “Acute Ischemic Stroke”
by Puneet Sharma Introduction Hyperthermia is elevated body temperature. It generally due to failed thermoregulation which occurs when a body produces or absorbs more heat than it disseminates. Extreme temperature elevation then becomes a medical emergency requiring immediate treatment to prevent disability or death. Temperature greater than 37.5–38.3 °C (99.5–100.9 °F)
Selene Larrazolo Carrasco Traducción Jesus Daniel Lopez Tapia Olinda Giselle Garza Saenz Editor de Traducción Maryam AlBadwawi Autor Introducción Choque en términos simples es un estado de reducción del flujo circulatorio dentro del cuerpo; esta circulación inadecuada provoca deprivación del oxígeno y nutrientes esenciales a los tejidos. La mitocondria es
El capítulo de choque se acaba de agregar al sitio web
Por favor, comparte con tus estudiantes. Choque Traducción: Selene Larrazolo Carrasco de México Editor de Traducción: Jesus Daniel Lopez Tapia, Olinda Giselle Garza Saenz
Causes of ST Elevation
More “Infographic” Read “Mnemonics” Read “ACS”
AMS and right side weakness
In case you didn’t encounter acute altered mental status and right side weakness today! Read “Acute Ischemic Stroke” iEM Education Project Team uploads many clinical picture and videos to the Flickr and YouTube. These images are free to use in education. You can also support this global EM education initiative
In case you didn’t encounter a 6-year-old patient who swallowed a coin today! iEM Education Project Team uploads many clinical picture and videos to the Flickr and YouTube. These images are free to use in education. You can also support this global EM education initiative by providing your resources. Sharing is caring!