Oct 30, 2017
Today, we're going to build on our last lecture regarding anterior shoulder dislocations. If you missed it, you can watch that here:
Last week we touched on reducing the shoulder without sedation. But, truth is, there will be...
Oct 23, 2017
Today, we're going to talk about anterior shoulder dislocations. You're going to learn:
1. Shoulder anatomy
2. Patient presentation
4. What to look out for on the physical exam
5. The required imaging studies
6. How to reduce the shoulder
Thursday we'll share part 2 of this lecture. In that lecture we'll...
Oct 19, 2017
Foreign body or large food bolus ingestion occurs primarily in children and in the mentally impaired older adult. Food (meat) bolus impaction above a pre-existing esophageal stricture is the most common cause in adults. The majority of foreign bodies in children are coins. Today, were going to get into the nitty...
Oct 16, 2017
Pyelonephritis doesn't always present text book and cystitis doesn't always require a dipstick. Uncomplicated pyelonephritis can be treated out patient - today we're going to show you how! We'll also teach you how to identify those high risk patients who should definitely be admitted. Here's what you need to know about...
Oct 12, 2017
This a talk Gray did in 2011 at North Georgia University - long before he became an emergency medicine PA! But, even at 21, he makes some great points about living your passion and feeling fulfilled. After all, we only have one life...
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