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Recent studies have suggested no benefit of a bolus primer of insulin, which has a theoretical risk of iatrogenic hypoglycemia. This is why Michelle Lin, MD, says to go straight to the insulin drip for DKA. https://bit.ly/3yWb8DS
Loice Swisher, MD, enjoys seeing how few films it will take for her to diagnose a patient. When a man comes in with a knee complaint, she can soon tell it will take more than one. http://bit.ly/EMN-Lions-and-Tigers-and-Bears
High-dose nitroglycerin is often used in treatment for acute hypertensive cardiogenic pulmonary edema, but some patients are resistant to high-dose NTG or their response to it is attenuated. EMedHome talks about alternatives. https://bit.ly/3csvlHV
A woman in her early 50s had four months of shortness of breath and leg swelling, calling 911 after feeling lightheaded and almost fainting several times. Brady Pregerson, MD, answers the question, “What's the diagnosis?" https://bit.ly/2Tq45mq
The first time he saw her, it was in English class. The last time she saw him, it was through a glass window. Alexander Garrett, MD, ponders how to say goodbye to a lifelong partner. https://bit.ly/334GUzG