Bradycardia emergencies are uncommon, but these cases can go sideways fast. An appropriately aggressive approach is needed to avoid cardiac arrest. Sometimes the answer is as simple as the appropriate epinephrine dose.
by Meghan Spyres Unless you suffer the over appreciated and never-ending summer of southern California, the warm weather season is winding down and fall is settling in. Though many will lament the end of iced coffees, sunny beaches, and carefree summer attire, for many toxicologists, we will quietly lament the end of snake season. Perhaps […]
Until recently the management of acute appendicitis has lay squarely in the hands of the surgeon. But there is a growing body of evidence examining the use of antibiotics alone in uncomplicated appendicitis. Most of the data exploring this question has found that the majority of patients treated with antibiotics alone will avoid surgery in […]