iEM Weekly Feed 12

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question of the day

Question Of The Day #89

Which of the following is the most appropriate next step in management? A) IV Epinephrine 1mg B) IM Epinephrine 0.3mg C) IV Dexamethasone 10mg D)

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IFEM Medical Student Symposium – Team Europe

Dear medical students and EM community, We invite you to the IFEM Medical Student Symposium, the first of its kind, to discuss the present and

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IFEM Medical Student Symposium – Team Asia

Dear medical students and EM community, We invite you to the IFEM Medical Student Symposium, the first of its kind, to discuss the present and

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A Week Before!

IFEM Medical Student Symposium – Team Africa

Dear medical students and EM community, We invite you to the IFEM Medical Student Symposium, the first of its kind, to discuss the present and

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Emergency Medicine Perspectives of Students – Central and South America

Dear EM family, The International Emergency Medicine Education Project (iem-student.org) has completed three years. As you may know, the iEM Education project aims to promote

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question of the day

Question Of The Day #88

Which of the following is the most appropriate next step in management? A) Methotrexate for ruptured ectopic B) IV Antibiotics C) Transvaginal ultrasound D) Consult

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What Was Hot In January?

List of Sections and Chapters

International Emergency Medicine Education Project’s ebook is “iEM for Medical Students/Interns.” It currently consist of 106 chapters written by 133 international contributors. Emergency physicians, residents,

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Abdominal Pain

by Shaza Karrar Case Presentation A 39-year-old female presented to the emergency department (ED) complaining of right-lower-quadrant (RLQ) pain; pain duration was for 1-day, associated

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Respiratory Distress

by Ebru Unal Akoglu Case Presentation A 40-year-old female with a history of diabetes mellitus presents with a complaint of 6 days cough and muscle

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Chest Pain

by Asaad S Shujaa Introduction Chest pain is one of the most common symptoms presented in the emergency department (ED), and it is worrisome because

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Shock

by Maryam AlBadwawi Introduction Shock, in simple terms, is a reduced circulatory blood flow state within the body. The inadequate circulation deprives the tissues of its

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Emergency Medicine: A Unique Specialty

by Will Sanderson, Danny Cuevas, Rob Rogers Imagine walking into the hospital to start your day – ambulances are blaring, the waiting room is clamoring, babies

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Choosing the Emergency Medicine As A Career

by C. James Holliman The specialty of Emergency Medicine (EM) is a great career choice for medical students and interns.  In August 2013, I celebrated

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PoCUS – RUSH Protocol

by Rasha Buhumaid Why use POCUS in undifferentiated hypotension? Hypotension is a high-risk sign which is associated with increased morbidity and mortality rate. The differential

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How to read head CT

by Reza Akhavan and Bita Abbasi For a standard approach to read head/brain computed tomography (CT) scan, one should adhere to systematic algorithms. The predefined

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