Warning: statistics ahead!! Actually, this very short VODcast is designed to keep it simple and help you understand ROC curves, sensitivity, specificity, positive predictive value, negative predictive value, and prevalence. Here is the paper I use to discuss this:
Glasgow Coma Scale Motor Component (“Patient Does Not Follow Commands”) Performs Similarly to Total Glasgow Coma Scale in Predicting Severe Injury.
This podcast is the audio from my lecture of the same at Morristown Department of Emergency Medicine. Special thanks to them for inviting me!
In this vodcast I discuss endocannabinoids, phytocannabinoids, and synthetic cannabinoids. I review the cannabinoid receptor physiology and how it leads to the chaotic clinical course seen in synthetic cannabinoid overdoses, such as the profound hypotension and bradycardia we call the K2 Krash. Hopefully at the end of the broadcast you will have a sufficient understanding of all things cannabinoids to treat this growing epidemic. Enjoy!
Dr. Dan Mirsch Drexel EM2 joins me to tackle the next in our series on cardinal presentations in emergency medicine – chest pain. Great job Dan!
Shout out to EMBasic and their compact chest pain mnemonic PETMAC
Here are the show notes-Cardinal Presentations Chest Pain download them and look like a star in the ED
Dr. Karima Sajadi and Dr. Mike Pasirstein provide this in the continuing series on cardinal signs. This week they tackle a common complaint – dyspnea! This two part podcast is geared to Emergency Medicine medical students.
Check the show notes out here: Cardinal Presentations Dyspnea
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Welcome to another podcast anticipating the arrival of new MS4 students rotating in Emergency Medicine. This 20 minute podcast gives you the highlights of an approach to the headache patient and the differential diagnosis to explore. Enjoy!
Here are the show notes! Medical Student Approach to Headache
This is an introduction to software I developed that enables deliberate practice in emergency medicine. Studies show that deliberate practice leads to mastery. Don’t worry though, you won’t need to spend 10,000 hours on these cases! I think that by using CasemasterIQ you will be able to perform deliberate practice, master the correct approach to clinical challenges, and greatly improve your cognitive skill set! Check it out and email me for any questions you might have!
Physicians are among the most unhappy, stressed out professionals. In fact, there is tremendous job dissatisfaction throughout the house of medicine. In this first in a series animated video cast, I describe how physicians can explore mindfulness to recognize when stressful situations are bringing out their worst traits and why that happens. I discuss the value of treating these difficult moments with kindness, curiosity, and acceptance. I believe we can use mindfulness to explore how various fears very personal to our own situation function as the subconscious engine that drives behaviors that are destructive, disruptive, and depressing. Physicians can return to a positive state of mind and the excitement of those first moments of fulfillment they felt when they started their journey in medicine if they adopt mindfulness techniques.
First in a series of presentations for medical students going into Emergency Medicine and interns starting out on the cardinal presentations. A must study before your rotation!!
Download the PDF show notes here!
Abdominal Pain outline