Slowww Down, Man. Myxedema Coma: A Case and Review

Myxedema Coma is a rare but life threatening endocrine emergency that we must be prepared to diagnose and treat in the emergency department. Buckle up for an in-depth discussion of a complicated emergency department case in an oral boards format with a focus on clinical reasoning, differential diagnoses, and ultimately a review of Myxedema Coma. Contributors: Dillon Warr, MD and Jason Hine, MD. Practicing procedures can be tough. Let SimKit do all the heavy lifting in your skill maintenance. Procedural […]

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Intubating Asthmatics

There are few things as scary in the Emergency Department as a crashing asthmatic. The stakes go even higher when we are talking about intubating asthmatics. In this podcast we are joined by Dr. Andrew Phillips, and ED intensivist and founder of the awesome board review suite EM Coach, to talk about staving off intubating in asthmatic patients, how to safely intubate them in the Emergency Department, and most importantly, how to manage them after the tube. Keeping your skills […]

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