Monthly Archives: December 2012
Anterior shoulder dislocations are very common and we all have our favorite ways to reduce them. I’ve noticed lately, however, that many residents don’t know what complications to look out for and what to do if they find them. The … Continue reading
How good are physicians at calling STEMI? After reading Dr. Smiths “Can’t miss ECGs” in EM Resident Dec/Jan 2013 vol. 39, issue 6, I decided to look further into the accuracy of physicians to call STEMI.
It might be time to start treating patients with pulmonary embolism as outpatients. Over 6 years ago two papers were published by the same authors that presented similar prediction rules to identify patients with pulmonary embolism who are at low … Continue reading