How to give yourself credit all the work you do, what to “look at” during your shift and how to manage your time Check out this episode!
APP’s are the people I can’t do without. They are helpful, motivated and often teach me more than I teach them. I love having them around. Check out this episode!
It is not very often that I intubate an asthmatic but when I do I always think about PEM rule number 91. Rule Number 92 is meant to help me be more efficient and do what is right for my patients and rule number 93 helps me to things one step at a time. Check out this episode!
When you are faced with a problem try to keep it small, remember your patients are yours as long as they are in the department. And keep in mind, During the initial stages of resuscitations, you simply can’t go wrong Check out this episode!
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Fever is one of the most common chief complaint in the Pediatric Emergency Department and tends to scare many parents, myself included. My previous scribe (and now an astute medical student) Victoria, researched what fever is? what it does? and answered the ultimate question, to treat or not to treat?? Check out this episode!
Worrying about you or your patients is usually just a bad idea that does not serve us well, but what about just being concerned? What does PGY really mean? and why you should sometime be more than just an Emergency Medicine Physician. Check out this episode!
It has been over a year since I started PEM Rules and I would love to have some feedback. Have you used the rules in your practice? check out www.pemrules.com and submit any feedback you wish. Check out this episode!
We all know rule number 82 but sometimes forget to use it. Practicing protective medicine is something we all do but hopefully we keep it to a minimum and how to be a step ahead during the most crucial times. Check out this episode!
I had the privilege to work with Dr. Rick Saladino when I was a fellow at the Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh when he served as the division chief. Rick taught me a lot of clinical medicine, research methods and most importantly he is the man behind many of the rules I now teach my residents and discuss in this podcast. …