SGEM #384: Take Me Out Tonight, I Don’t Want to Perforate My Appendix Alright
The Skeptics Guide to Emergency Medicine (SGEM)
by Dr. Ken Milne
2M ago
Date: November 16th, 2022 Reference: Lipsett SC, Monuteaux MC, Shanahan KH, et al. Nonoperative Management of Uncomplicated Appendicitis. Pediatrics 2022 Guest Skeptic: Dr. Angelica DesPain is an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics and a pediatric emergency medicine physician at the Baylor College of Medicine Children’s Hospital of San Antonio in San Antonio, TX. Case: A 10-year-old ..read more
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SGEM#383: Tommy Can You Hear Me – Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing (DHH) Patients in the ED
The Skeptics Guide to Emergency Medicine (SGEM)
by Dr. Ken Milne
2M ago
Date: November 26th, 2022 Reference: James et al. Emergency Department Condition Acuity, Length of Stay, and Revisits Among Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Patients: A Retrospective Chart Review. AEM November 2022 Guest Skeptic: Dr. Corey Heitz is an emergency physician in Roanoke, Virginia. He is also the CME editor for Academic Emergency Medicine. Click on the LINK for a transcript ..read more
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SGEM Xtra: How To Save A Life – Screening for Intimate Partner Violence in the Emergency Department
The Skeptics Guide to Emergency Medicine (SGEM)
by Dr. Ken Milne
2M ago
Date: November 19th, 2022 Reference: Khatib N, and Sampsel K. CAEP Position Statement Executive Summary: Where is the love? Intimate partner violence (IPV) in the Emergency Department (ED). CJE.M 2022 Nov Guest Skeptics: Dr. Nour Khatib is an emergency physician in Toronto working in community sites Markham Stouffville Hospital and Lakeridge health. Dr. Khatib also works ..read more
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SGEM#382: Don’t Go Chasing Waterfalls to Treat Pancreatitis
The Skeptics Guide to Emergency Medicine (SGEM)
by Dr. Ken Milne
2M ago
Date: November 10th, 2022 Reference: de-Madaria E et al. Aggressive or Moderate Fluid Resuscitation in Acute Pancreatitis (WATERFALL). NEJM 2022. Guest Skeptic: Dr. Salim R. Rezaie completed his medical school training at Texas A&M Health Science Center and continued his medical education with a combined Emergency Medicine/Internal Medicine residency at East Carolina University. Currently, Salim works ..read more
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SGEM Peds Xtra: Making Research Better, Faster, Stronger
The Skeptics Guide to Emergency Medicine (SGEM)
by Dr. Ken Milne
2M ago
Date: October 24, 2022 Guest Skeptic: Dr. Damian Roland is a Consultant at the University of Leicester NHS Trust and Honorary Professor for the University of Leicester’s SAPPHIRE group. He specializes in Pediatric Emergency Medicine and is a passionate believer and advocate of FOAMed. Damian is also part of the Don’t Forget the Bubbles team ..read more
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SGEM#380: OHCAs Happen and You’re Head Over Heels – Head Elevated During CPR?
The Skeptics Guide to Emergency Medicine (SGEM)
by Dr. Ken Milne
3M ago
Date: October 18th, 2022 Reference: Moore et al. Head and thorax elevation during cardiopulmonary resuscitation using circulatory adjuncts is associated with improved survival. Resuscitation 2022 Guest Skeptic: Clay Odell is a Paramedic, Firefighter, and registered nurse (RN). Case: You are the Chief of your local Fire and EMS Department, and an individual contacts you saying ..read more
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SGEM Xtra: Lead Me On – What I Learned from Top Gun
The Skeptics Guide to Emergency Medicine (SGEM)
by Dr. Ken Milne
3M ago
Date: October 5th, 2022 Reference: Top Gun 1986 Guest Skeptic: Dr. Chris Carpenter is Professor of Emergency Medicine in the Department of Emergency Medicine at Washington University in St. Louis and co-wrote the book on “Evidence-Based Emergency Care: Diagnostic Testing and Clinical Decision Rules”.  Chris will be moving to Rochester, Minnesota soon to become the Vice Chair of ..read more
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SGEM #379 Heigh Ho High Flow versus CPAP in Acutely Ill Children
The Skeptics Guide to Emergency Medicine (SGEM)
by Dr. Ken Milne
4M ago
Date: September 15, 2022 Reference:  Ramnarayan P et al. Effect of high-flow nasal cannula therapy vs continuous positive airway pressure therapy on liberation from respiratory support in acutely ill children admitted to pediatric critical care units: a randomized clinical trial. JAMA July 2022 Guest Skeptic: Dr. Spyridon Karageorgos is a Pediatric Resident at Aghia Sophia ..read more
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SGEM#378: Keepin’ It REaL when Treating Pediatric Migraine Patients
The Skeptics Guide to Emergency Medicine (SGEM)
by Dr. Ken Milne
4M ago
Date: September 28th, 2022 Reference: Hartford et al. Disparities in the emergency department management of pediatric migraine by race, ethnicity, and language preference. AEM September 2022. Guest Skeptic: Dr. Lauren Westafer is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Emergency Medicine at the University of Massachusetts Medical School – Baystate. She is the cofounder of FOAMcast and is a pulmonary embolism ..read more
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You Don’t Have to “AcT” that Way – TNK for Acute Ischemic Stroke?
The Skeptics Guide to Emergency Medicine (SGEM)
by Dr. Ken Milne
4M ago
Date: September 20th, 2022 Reference: Menon et al. Intravenous tenecteplase compared with alteplase for acute ischaemic stroke in Canada (AcT): a pragmatic, multicentre, open-label, registry-linked, randomised, controlled, non-inferiority trial. The Lancet 2022 Guest Skeptic: Professor Daniel Fatovich is an emergency physician and clinical researcher based at Royal Perth Hospital, Western Australia. He is Head of the Centre ..read more
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