In this post, I link to and excerpt from “Managing Tracheostomies” from EM Quick Hits 34: Carr’s Case, Septic Arthritis vs Transient Synovitis, Managing Tracheostomies, Ethylene Glycol Poisoning, Ketamine for Agitation.*
*Helman, A., Swaminathan, A., Khatib, N., Reid, S., H. Carr, D., Morgenstern J. EM Quick Hits 34 – Carr’s Case, Septic Arthritis vs Transient Synovitis, Managing Tracheostomies, Ethylene Glycol Poisoning, Ketamine for Agitation. Emergency Medicine Cases. November, 2021. https://emergencymedicinecases.com/em-quick-hits-november-2021/. Accessed 12-8-2021.
Podcast production, editing and sound design by Anton Helman. Written summary & blog post by Sarah Reid and Anton Helman November, 2021.
All that follows is excerpted from EM Quick Hits 34.
Topics in this EM Quick Hits podcast
Sarah Reid on differentiating septic arthritis from transient synovitis in pediatric limp (18:52)
Anand Swaminathan on managing tracheostomy complications in the ED (27:50)
Nour Khatib on rural medicine and ethylene glycol poisoning (37:52)
Justin Morgenstern on RCTs for ketamine in patients with severe agitation (48:17)
Please note that there are no show notes but you definetely what to review Dr. Swaminathan’s outstanding leccture from 27:50-37:50.
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