Pediatric Emergency Medicine Radiology Topics, monthly educational, self-guided slides were first published on EMGuideWire.com and peer reviewed by Professor Gibbs and Sean Fox, MD
Christian Andreas (Johann) Doppler (1803-1853) was an Austrian physicist and mathematician known principally for his description of the Doppler effect
Herrman Ludwig Blumgart (1895-1977) was an American physician, cardiologist and pioneer of diagnostic nuclear medicine. Blumgart-Ernstene murmur (1933)
Antonio Palla (1949 - ) is an Italian respiratory and nuclear medicine specialist. Palla sign in pulmonary embolus (1983)
The spontaneous tension pneumothorax...does it really exist?
ATMIST handover - 28 y/o male, injured 25 mins ago, penetrating chest trauma, Asherman seal anterior chest, RR 35, deteriorating, high flow O2 administered.
Ever since being faced with a spontaneous tension pneumothorax at sea on a dived submarine...I have had an interest in managing pneumothorax.
Could UCEM have found the panacea for some of the greatest challenges facing Waiting Room Medicine? You be the judge...
Mario Bertolotti (1876-1957) was an Italian radiologist. Bertolotti syndrome (1917) L5 transverse processes and sacrum Sacralisation
Charles Clifford Macklin (1883-1959) was a Canadian pulmonologist. Macklin Effect (1939)
Peter James Kerley first described horizontal lines that he postulated to be peri-vascular lymphatics in patients with mitral stenosis and left ventricular failure
Radiographic sign of pneumoperitoneum. Air in the peritoneum and air within the intraluminal spaces outline the luminal and serosal surfaces of the bowel wall.