Top Images From iEM Archive

Top Images From iEM Archive
17 - epidural + air

Epidural hemorrhage and free air

12.1 - central catheter misplaced

Central venous catheter misplacement

757.3 - Childhood rush - HFM disease

Childhood rush – HFM disease

26.1 - pneumocaccal meningitis 1

Pneumococcal meningitis, MRI

130.1 - SAH - subarachnoid hemorrhage

Subarachnoid hemorrhage

627.3 - Figure 03 - ICH in the right parietotemporal lobe

Intracranial hemorrhage at temporoparietal location

685.2 - electrical injury entry

Electrical injury, entry

449.3 - subacute subdural3

Subdural hemorrhage

336.5 - normal PA chest x-ray HEART BORDERS

Normal heart borders, normal chest x-ray

Thank you! – Clinical Image Archive Reached 28.000 views

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Clinical Images and Videos on Flickr reached 19.6K views

Dear medical students/interns/PGY1s and educators, we upload regularly clinical, imaging pictures and videos to our Flickr channel. Currently, 652 images and videos are in the channel, and all are free to download and use for education purposes. You can search what you need. We have 447 searchable medical tags so far. You can also view specific albums which consist of organ system or anatomic region images/videos. Please share this FOAMed resource with your peers and colleagues.

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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!

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Unbearable Attraction of Emergency Medicine

Where This Attraction Come From? Emergency Medicine! It is maybe the most desired specialty all around the world. Countries are rapidly changing their systems to

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Is this AAA going to be ruptured?

Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm (AAA) Lit Sin Quek A 75-year-old obese man comes to the emergency department. He has history COPD, hypertension. He is a smoker

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Did You Encounter Poisoned Patient Today?

“Approach to poisoned patients” is one of the core EM clerkship topics! Poisonings Harajeshwar Kohli and Ziad Kazzi, USA An 18-year-old, previously healthy female, presents

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Elderly With Abdominal Pain!

Acute Mesenteric Ischemia Rabind Antony Charles, Singapore A 75-year-old woman presents to your Emergency Department (ED) with diffuse abdominal pain for the past day, associated

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Feel Responsible?

You may wonder “how to contribute” Promoting Emergency Medicine and improving undergraduate Emergency Medicine education (UEME) are the responsibility of all of us. We believe

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Take EM Clerkship Seriously!

This chapter describes how and why important the emergency medicine clerkship is. Although it aims to reach medical student/interns, there are many lessons to learn

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Secure With Square Knot

Topic Today, we just wanted to emphasize a vital part of the suturing procedure which is sometimes forgotten. This is square knot. Simple, easy and important. Problem Suturing is

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GI Bleeding in 12 min

Gastrointestinal Bleeding​ by Moira Carrol, Gurpreet Mudan, and Suzanne Bentley, USA A 61-year-old man with a history of liver cirrhosis secondary to chronic EtOH abuse

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Give Me A Headache!

Headache by Matevz Privsek and Gregor Prosen, Slovenia A 52-year old male comes to the ED with a severe headache. A triage nurse gives you

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A 24-year-old female with pelvic pain

How ectopic pregnancy should be delivered to the students/interns.  Clear, to the point!  Ectopic Pregnancy by Dan O’Brien, USA A 24-year-old woman presents to the

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Dramatic Flail Chest

In case you did not encounter a flail chest today. https://youtu.be/k78yENIpmFE

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A 22-year-old male

Acute Appendicitis by Ozlem Dikme, Turkey A previously healthy 22-year-old male was brought to the emergency department (ED) with recently-started abdominal pain. He had not

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Dramatic Diaphragmatic Hernia

In case you didn’t encounter shortness of breath today! Go To “Respiratory Distress” Chapter Go To “Chest Pain” Chapter iEM Education Project Team uploads many

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Severe Fecal Impaction And…

In case you didn’t encounter abdominal pain today! Go To “Abdominal Pain” Chapter iEM Education Project Team uploads many clinical picture and videos to the

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Core EM Clerkship Topics

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