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ACEP or AAEM?

In this episode we will discuss 5 major allopathic Emergency Medicine organizations in the US and the differences between them. 

Sepsis

There have been numerous changes recently in sepsis definitions. This is an update to our sepsis episode from last year. 

Neonatal Jaundice

Neonatal jaundice is a common complaint in pediatric emergency medicine and a very high yield topic for your test. Identify one of 3 causes of neonatal jaundice while keeping the bilirubin number low enough to avoid brain damage.

Abdominal Pain (Part 2)

It’s time to stop thinking in quadrants…

Match Week

Good luck!!!

Thrombocytopenia

When we get labs, we are usually getting a CBC as part of our testing. This week we will discuss what to do when the patient has a thrombocytopenia that you weren’t expecting.

Nausea and Vomiting

Nausea and vomiting has a HUGE differential diagnosis but usually ends up being simple gastritis in the end. This week we will discuss a basic approach, treatment protocol, as well as to help out your attending.

Patients with Cirrhosis

We commonly see patients with advanced liver disease in the Emergency Department and we screen all of them for 5 common complications every time.

Peds T- Tummy and Non-Accidental Trauma

For our series finale we will review the 5 mega abdominal emergencies in kids as well as briefly discuss non-accidental trauma.

Peds I- Inborn Errors of Metabolism and Endocrinology

Don’t be scared of the inborn errors of metabolism and endocrinology. They are really quite simple to screen for. Focus less on knowing the details of each one, and more on the general concept of what byproducts are building up and what substance is missing.

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