EVDs, IVCs–all things intracranial monitors…
The management and treatment of severe and critical anaphylaxis
Spend any time in the NeuroICU and you will encounter an abundance of ADH.
The TTM2 trial changes game for post-cardiac arrest management. I am joined today with the study’s authors to discuss this amazing paper.
An Opportunity, a Change, a Request, & an Amazing Upgrade Hi There Emcritters: For over a dozen years, I have been putting out Resuscitation and Acute Critical Care education on the EMCrit podcast. And you have been the best audience in the imaginable universe. Together, we have reached a crossroads–the time has come for a […]
BaSICs Trial Results on Fluid Choice and Rate of Administration
Atypical headache=SAH w/u right? Except sometimes it is CVT. This is a critical diagnosis to make and to treat properly. Today I interview @caseyalbin on EMCrit 304 – cerebral venous thrombosis
A case from the new book
An update on opioids and pain
We need to carry fear, but we do not need to be afraid…
If you are not measuring your success, it probably is not that great
Clinical pearls on the exam and differential of coma patients
All things Bougie…
Who Should Get WBI? Beats the frack out of me–way above my paygrade. You need to ask the nerds (meant in the most affectionate way possible). In general, WBI is indicated for poisons that… (stolen directly from Howard’s amazing post): don’t bind to charcoal (e.g. metals and ions – iron, lead, lithium, zinc, etc.) drugs […]
Something I have been preaching for a decade has finally gotten the attention and research it deserves. On this episode, I get two of the authors from the Lethal Diamond Paper to discuss hypocalcemia in the bleeding patient.