August 2021 Adult Emergency Medicine Chest X-ray interpretation with Daniel Escobar, MD and Breeanna Lorenzen MD
Nicoladoni-Israel-Branham sign: Compression of the arterial supply to an arteriovenous fistula causes bradycardia and hypertension
August 2021 Pediatric Orthopedic case interpretation with Kelsey Lena, Danielle Sutton, and Virginia Casey
Haney Mallemat recounts a story of an asthmatic who minutes after he was intubated, became bradycardic, hypertensive and coded.
Harris Miller Branham (1862 – 1936) was an American physician. Branham sign (1890) - bradycardia following occlusion the artery entering an arteriovenous fistula
An 88-year-old man with palpitations and a HR fixed at 150. This is not flutter or AVNRT -- can you explain why?
Clinically, the Bezold-Jarisch reflex is an inhibitory reflex usually denoted as a cardioinhibitory reflex defined as bradycardia, vasodilation, and hypotension resulting from stimulation of cardiac receptors.
Dr David Borshoff reviews cognitive aids in healthcare, including: their roles, how they should be used, designed, and implemented into patient care.
George Edward Fell (1849 – 1918); American surgeon and engineer. Innovator of Forced respiration (IPPV), Fell laryngeal tube, the electric chair and Fell apparatus
Surviving Trauma RSI and Coming Out the Other Side with Laura Duggan
Rudolph Matas (1860 – 1957) was an American vascular surgeon; prominent figure and pioneer to the fields of both surgery and anaesthesia.
Joseph O'Dwyer (1841 – 1898) was an American physician. Father of laryngeal intubation in croup; O'Dwyer plain tube; system for intralaryngeal intubation; Fell-O’Dwyer apparatus