Part of the Protected Airway Series Are you driving in the HOV lane? We don’t intubate healthy people for elective procedures in Emergency Medicine. When a definitive airway is needed, it’s because the patient’s situation is currently (or… Read More
Download, bookmark, aggregate, follow & create for a happy new year! The holidays are over and with it 2015 is coming to a close. One of the missions of the EMBER Project is to help you organize your… Read More
Have you noticed a change in your airway box?
Maintaining your learning stream (your customized flow of educational content) is a key part of being an effective lifelong learner. Even in the age of FOAM the center of your learning network can become heavily weighted towards just… Read More
Are They a Good Choice? By – Lucy Willis MD Low back pain is an extremely common ED complaint, for which opiates are frequently prescribed. The last 20 years has seen the development of an opioid overdose epidemic…. Read More
This throwback post takes us way way back to the late 70’s. Dr. John C. Grammar Jr was a cardiologist in Dallas. Texas. He was also apparently a very passionate educator and all around funny guy. I had never seen this… Read More
Hey, can I get a jazz riff — New York style please? Music everywhere 🗽🎁🎉😎🎺🎷🎺🎶 #music #busking #NYC #rtrain A video posted by Jonathan St. George (@jstgeorge) on Aug 23, 2015 at 3:45pm PDT I’m excited to announce that… Read More