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Richard Pescatore, DO, and Martha Roberts, ACNP, CEN, preview the upcoming issue of Emergency Medicine News, highlighting the top articles that you shouldn’t miss, game-changers that will influence your practice at the bedside, and, of course, pearls and pitfalls in emergency medicine. The podcast will also bring you a maximum medicine segment to take your patient care to the next level and unscripted interviews with EMN authors.

Dr. Pescatore is the chief resident in the emergency medicine program at Cooper University Hospital in Camden, NJ. Ms. Roberts is an acute care nurse practitioner for Johns Hopkins Medicine at the Sibley Memorial Hospital in Washington, DC, and an adjunct faculty associate and clinical instructor of nursing at the Malek School of Health Professions, Marymount University in Arlington, VA.

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Creator: Martha Roberts, ACNP, CEN, & Richard Pescatore, DO
Duration: 42:06
Emergency Medicine News 
Ms. Roberts and Dr. Pescatore discuss hot topics in the July issue, like Dr. Paul Marik’s controversial idea for using vitamin C for sepsis, Dr. Edwin Leap’s take on the pain of credentialing, and Dr. Leon Gussow’s article about supportive care in toxicology cases. Stay tuned to the end for Dr. Pescatore’s interview with Rory Spiegel, MD, about ketamine for TBI.
Creator: Martha Roberts, ACNP, CEN, & Richard Pescatore, DO
Duration: 37:20
Emergency Medicine News 
Ms. Roberts and Dr. Pescatore discuss hot topics in the June issue, like Dr. Evie Marcolini’s article on how to choose which facility is best for stroke patients and a game-changer from Dr. Natalie May on buckle fractures. They also duke it out over the new Ottawa heart failure scale (Ms. Roberts likes it, but Dr. Pescatore not so much)! Stay tuned to the end for an interview with Dr. Roberts about cardiogenic syncope.
Creator: Martha Roberts, ACNP, CEN, & Richard Pescatore, DO
Duration: 43:15
Emergency Medicine News 
Ms. Roberts and Dr. Pescatore discuss hot topics in the May issue, like Dr. James Roberts’ article on how to distinguish epileptic seizures from syncope, why it’s important to be kind even when you’re crazed, and Dr. Bonnie Kaplan’s article on a patient whose hip and leg pain had a surprising cause. Stay tuned to the end for an interview with Dr. Roberts about syncope.
Creator: Richard Pescatore, DO, & Martha Roberts, ACNP, CEN
Duration: 24:04
Emergency Medicine News 
Dr. Pescatore and Ms. Roberts discuss hot topics in the April issue, like an in-depth analysis of SEPSIS-3 and why it is important to be mindful of how you speak and act in front of residents, medical students, and patients.
Creator: Richard Pescatore, DO, & Martha Roberts, ACNP, CEN
Duration: 50:47
Emergency Medicine News 
Dr. Pescatore and Ms. Roberts discuss hot topics in the March issue, including topical anesthetics for corneal abrasions, a vagal maneuver for PSVT, and much more. Plus an interview with Dr. Andrew Nyce, the residency director at Cooper Medical School in Camden, NJ, about the symbiosis of urgent care and the ED.
Creator: Richard Pescatore, DO, & Martha Roberts, ACNP, CEN
Duration: 75:55
Emergency Medicine News 
Dr. Pescatore and Ms. Roberts discuss hot topics in the February issue, including ones on the difficulty of predicting CV disease, the most common cause of sudden death in young people; billboards that boast ED wait times; an unusual toxicology case; an interview with Dr. James Roberts about caring for intoxicated patients, and much more!