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May 2021: EMedHome’s Video with Julien Ginsberg-Peltz, MD: Really Sick Babies

Video Author: EMedHome.com
Published on: 04.30.2021

Dr. Ginsberg-Peltz discusses how to diagnose and treat serious conditions in babies.

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Creator: EMedHome.com
Duration: 35:47
Dr. Ginsberg-Peltz discusses how to diagnose and treat serious conditions in babies.
Creator: EMedHome.com
Duration: 22:26
Dr. Ren discusses how to perform an evidence-based evaluation of subarachnoid hemorrhage.
Creator: EMedHome.com
Duration: 29:18
Dr. Soares talks about how to incorporate harm reduction into your hectic emergency medicine practice.
Creator: Christine Butts, MD
Duration: 0:04
This video shows the apical four-chamber view where the RV and LV are the same size. But Christine Butts, MD, and Shawn Sethi, DO, say the RV should be no larger than two-thirds the size of the LV, and the arrow indicates the area in which McConnell’s sign occurs. Read more in their column at http://bit.ly/SpeedSound.
Creator: Christine Butts, MD
Duration: 0:04
Christine Butts, MD, says the finding of a lung point, or the point at which the parietal and visceral pleural layers come back together (and the pneumothorax stops), can be demonstrated to confirm further that the lack of sliding is caused by a pneumothorax, not another process. Note the sliding on the left side of the image, which disappears on the right. Read more in her column at http://bit.ly/SpeedSound.
Creator: Christine Butts, MD
Duration: 0:04
Christine Butts, MD, says when air is present between the visceral and parietal pleura, as in a pneumothorax, the visceral pleura is obscured by the air, and only the static, nonsliding parietal pleura is seen. Read more in her column at http://bit.ly/SpeedSound.
Creator: Christine Butts, MD
Duration: 0:06
Christine Butts, MD, says a high-frequency transducer is typically used to evaluate the pleura when looking for a pneumothorax. When the visceral and parietal pleura are in contact, they can be seen to slide against each other as the patient breathes in and out, as seen in this video showing lung sliding in the absence of a pneumothorax. Note the rib, with shadowing on the left of the image. Read more in her column at http://bit.ly/SpeedSound.
Creator: EMedHome.com
Duration: 20:28
Dr. Westafer delves into diagnosing pulmonary embolism in pregnant patients.
Creator: Alice S.Y. Lee, MD
Duration: 29:32
Dr. Lee and Mark Zosky, DO, talk about in-flight emergencies and how they can be scary for patients and physicians alike. Join them for this month’s iCubed screencast to learn more.
Creator: EMedHome.com
Duration: 24:49
Dr. Hogrefe talks about the "second" ortho diagnosis.
Creator: Alice S.Y. Lee, MD
Duration: 27:25
Dr. Lee and Paul Dommer, DO, diagnose a 75-year-old man who came in with hypotension, vomiting blood, and black stools, with a history of metastatic bladder cancer, hypertension, and atrial fibrillation. Join them for this month’s iCubed screencast to figure out the diagnosis.
Creator: Alice S.Y. Lee, MD
Duration: 26:37
Drs. Lee and Ali Raja, MD, talk in this video about a patient in ventricular fibrillation for whom nothing was working.
Creator: EMedHome.com
Duration: 21:41
Dr. Cheema covers all you need to know about pediatric poisonings in the ED.
Creator: Martha Roberts, ACNP
Duration: 4:03
Procedural equipment will help you make accurate diagnoses and formulate treatment plans, and Dr. Roberts and Ms. Roberts explain why you should break out this nifty tool for more than just ear exams. Watch their video here, and learn more in their blog at http://bit.ly/EMN-ProceduralPause.
Creator: Alice S.Y. Lee, MD
Duration: 28:57
Drs. Lee and Aaron Johnson, DO, treat a 56-year-old man who says he feels like he is drowning. He has a history of hypertension, diabetes, congestive heart failure, and afib, and presented with acute onset of severe shortness of breath. Watch this video to diagnose along with them.
Creator: Martha Roberts, ACNP
Duration: 3:56
The endoscope has many uses in the emergency department, and James and Martha Roberts have a few tips and tricks for nasal endoscopy and nasopharyngoscopy. Watch the video here, and learn more in their blog at http://bit.ly/EMN-ProceduralPause.
Creator: Christine Butts, MD
Duration: 0:05
Christine Butts, MD, says almost nothing is more satisfying than that “clunk” as the humeral head pops back into place and your follow-up x-ray shows that all is right with the world. Watch this video of a normal shoulder joint in motion with ultrasound where you can see the normal position of the humeral head within the glenoid and the motion when internally and externally rotating the arm. Then read more in her column at http://bit.ly/SpeedSound.
Creator: EMedHome.com
Duration: 30:46
Dr. Bryant comes to the ED with a six pack of pearls in medical toxicology.
Creator: Christine Butts, MD
Duration: 0:07
hristine Butts, MD, says always put #echofirst to make the right diagnosis. Judge the cardiac function for yourself in this video of parasternal long axis view of the heart at half speed. Look closely at the left ventricle; does the myocardium thicken in systole and does the chamber size decrease by a third? Read more in her column at http://bit.ly/SpeedSound.
Creator: Christine Butts, MD
Duration: 0:04
Christine Butts, MD, says always put #echofirst to make the right diagnosis. Judge the cardiac function for yourself in this video of the parasternal long axis view of the heart at normal speed, and read more in her column at http://bit.ly/SpeedSound.