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Epistaxis…in a Rush

Oh epistaxis. This dreaded entity can be difficult to control, and always manages to rear its ugly head at the end of a busy shift. Its severity can range from…

5 Minute Journal- PE YEARS

Author: Dr. Shivon Manchanda “Pregnancy-Adapted YEARS Algorithm for Diagnosis of Suspected Pulmonary Embolism.” Background:  The diagnosis of PE can be challenging. We do not want to scan everyone, yet even…

5 Minute Journal

“Combined Corticosteroid and Antiviral Treatment for Bell Palsy A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis” Background/Study Question This article aimed to answer the question: Do steroids PLUS antivirals offer reduced risk of…

Adrenal Crisis

So the adrenal gland is the little cap on top of the kidney. It is broken up into two parts- the medulla and the cortex. For now, lets ignore the…

5 Minute Journal Club

Author: Dr. Tisma Background/Study Question How often do septic patients receive their second antibiotic dose later than they should? What are the risk factors for these delays? And do these…

Cystic Fibrosis

Author: Dr. Catherine Buckley Based on a simulation case discussion led by Dr. Michelle Hughes, let’s talk about Cystic fibrosis (CF) from an emergency medicine stand point. Briefly- CF is…