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Published by: Lisa Hoffman
Created: 5/4/2010
Contains: 17 Episodes
Podcasts of hot topics in emergency medicine, iInterviews with top specialty experts, and coverage of breaking news and lectures in the specialty.

Published by: Emergency Medicine News
Created: 8/5/2011
Contains: 102 Episodes

Ryan Stanton, MD, interviews specialists and leaders in emergency medicine to help the community emergency provider advance practice and stay on the cutting edge of medicine.

Dr. Stanton is an emergency physician with Central Emergency Physicians in Lexington, KY, the EMS Medical Director for Lexington, and the chief medical contributor at WKYT-TV for The Doc Is In, which airs in multiple markets throughout the United States. He is also a past president of Kentucky ACEP and a member of the Public-Media Relations Committee for national ACEP.

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Published by: EMedHome.com
Created: 8/18/2016
Contains: 60 Episodes
Dr. Mattu reviews the cardiology literature and dissects what you need to know for emergency medicine practice.

Published by: Richard Pescatore, DO, & Ali Raja, MD
Created: 1/16/2017
Contains: 68 Episodes

Richard Pescatore, DO, and Ali Raja, MD, tackle hot topics in emergency medicine and interview the specialty's movers and shakers. They will also juxtapose their different EDs—community vs. academic—to recommend evidence-based best practices that you can take back to your ED.

Dr. Pescatore is the Chief Physician for the Delaware Division of Public Health and an emergency physician in New Jersey. Follow him on Twitter @Rick_Pescatore. Dr. Raja is the executive vice chair of emergency medicine and a professor of emergency medicine and radiology at Harvard Medical School and the executive director of the Harvard Medical School Library of Evidence. Follow him on Twitter @AliRaja_MD.

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Published by: Zahir Basrai, MD
Created: 8/30/2018
Contains: 42 Episodes

Emergency physicians share the beautiful and the ugly, the touching and the frustrating parts of emergency medicine in this storytelling podcast from Zahir Basrai, MD, and emergency physicians around the country. Visit Dr. Basrai’s website at http://www.blog.numose.com/pghome, connect with him on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/numosemed/, and follow him on Twittter @nuMosemed.

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Published by: Lynn Nace
Created: 3/27/2020
Contains: 7 Episodes

Procalcitonin Utilization for Optimizing Antimicrobial Stewardship in the Emergency Department and Intensive Care Unit

Sponsored by bioMérieux, Inc

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Published by: Lynn Nace
Created: 6/9/2020
Contains: 1 Episodes
Procalcitonin (PCT) is a biomarker widely used to assess the risk of bacterial infection and to aid in antibiotic stewardship in patients with lower respiratory tract infections (LRTI) and sepsis. PCT now also demonstrates evolving evidence as a valuable tool in current COVID-19 epidemics to aid in early identification of patients at low risk of bacterial infection on admission as well as assist in detection of bacterial co-infection in hospitalized patients.

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Published by: Brady Pregerson, MD
Created: 3/1/2022
Contains: 3 Episodes

The EM Logic Podcast was born of 20 years of observation that errors in medicine often occur not because of limited knowledge or being unaware of the latest literature but because the provider was on autopilot or failed to use basic logic in decision-making.

EM Logic is meant to compliment but never replace what health care providers learn in medical school, residency, and the evidence-based literature. It is meant to get you thinking rather than just following management algorithms you have learned during your career.

Dr. Pregerson will focus on the pitfalls of confusing cause with coincidence, being falsely reassured by normal tests, and getting burned by illogical assumptions. He hopes it will improve the care you provide and your patients’ outcomes, and keep you from being an honored guest at your department’s next peer review meeting.

Dr. Pregerson has been practicing emergency medicine since 2000, lecturing and writing about medical topics since 2004, and has reviewed more than 180 malpractice cases since 2008. He is the author of three EM pocket references, the creator of EMresource.org and EM1minuteconsult.com, and the author of the EMN column BradyCardia (http://bit.ly/BradyCardiaEMN.

If you would like to be considered as a guest on a future episode, contact Dr. Pregerson at [email protected]

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