Justin Hensley, MD

Emergency physician with interests in wilderness and prehospital medicine. Medical Director of the Texas State Aquarium, Padre Island National Seashore, Robstown EMS, and Code 3 ER | EBM gone Wild | @EBMGoneWild |
DKA TCEP
The slides from my update on DKA given at the 2014 Annual Meeting of the Texas College of Emergency Physicians. Yeah, I know it isn’t wilderness, but I don’t have a “regular medicine” blog. EBM Gone Wild Lectures Spider Bites…
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Texmed 2014
Slides from my presentation on Marine Injuries at the annual meeting of the Texas Medical Association. EBM Gone Wild Lectures Spider Bites that aren’t MRSA Fish Poisoning Centipedes, caterpillars and other creepy crawlies Toxmed 2014 Diabetic Ketoacidosis (DKA) TCEP
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Centipedes, caterpillars and creepy crawlies
Further Reading Hensley J. More dangers of centipedes? EBM Gone Wild EBM Gone Wild Lectures Spider Bites that aren’t MRSA Fish Poisoning Centipedes, caterpillars and other creepy crawlies Toxmed 2014 Diabetic Ketoacidosis (DKA) TCEP
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Fish Poisoning
He can’t fly this plane, he had the fish for dinner! Slides from my talk at the 3rd Annual Houston Venom Conference EBM Gone Wild Lectures Spider Bites that aren’t MRSA Fish Poisoning Centipedes, caterpillars and other creepy crawlies Toxmed…
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Fever in the returning traveler
The patient who returns from vacation with a fever is often a diagnostic dilemma. Unfortunately, up to 1 in 5 travelers to the developing world will get one within a few weeks of their trip. So how do you come up with a logical, evidence based diagnostic workup for a fever of unknown origin?
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Drowning and Adult Respiratory Distress Syndrome
Today’s paper is from the lovely EM residencies affiliated with Harvard. They wrote up a case report of a patient that was injured while boating, resulting in drowning. First, let’s get one thing clear. There is no clinical entity known…
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Does that avalanche airbag really help?
Avalanche airbags, which were invented to prevent this “critical burial” that causes increased mortality (critical meaning impairment of airways). They do this by basically making you much larger and more buoyant by inflating a large balloon that is strapped to your back. At least, that’s the theory.