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LITFL Update 030

LITFL Logo Updates newsletter 2023

Sending you free open-access medical (FOAM) content from around the globe. We keep an eye on all the trends and best articles and share them with you so that you stay on top of your field.

CMC radiology Cases 340 logo

The CMC Radiology Mastery Project has just published its 100th post! We have gone through the presentation archives and created a searchable keyword database to help find cases detailing specific injuries, signs, and pathology.

MATE ACT 2024 680

The Medication Access and Training Expansion (MATE) Act went into effect late 2023. Here is a review of the Top 8 CME Courses to Meet Your Substance Use Disorder Training Requirements.

CCC Critical Care Compendium 680

Nebulised GTN in the emergency department. This is a case study and review of the dose, administration, and indication for nitroglycerin (GTN) in nebulised form.


Latest updates from the #FOAMed world

We all have to give talks from time to time, but do we really know how to do it well? The folks at St. Emelyns have shared some tips and tricks from Natalie May and fellow education gurus to help improve our presentations.

Swami over at REBEL EM takes us through a practical approach for using high-dose insulin euglycaemic therapy. Ideal for the next time you’re faced with a sphincter-tightening CCB/BB (calcium channel blocker or beta-blocker) overdose.

TheFlightBridgeED has put together one of the best podcasts I have listened to recently on using vasopressors in refractory shock states. It’s packed full of pearls and pitfalls on what’s the best agent to use when your patient is circling the drain!

Anton is back with a bunch of guests for this month’s EM Quick Hits covering everything from HIV in the ED, to the failed paradigm of STEMI criteria, and much more.

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