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  • pediatric intracranial hemorrhage on MRI

PEM Pearls: Approach to Spontaneous Intracranial Hemorrhage in Pediatric Patients

Case: A 6-year-old female with a past medical history of immune thrombocytopenia presents to the Emergency Department (ED) for concerns of dysarthria that started the day prior to arrival. The patient’s mother denies any recent trauma, including head injury. Vitals and Physical Exam Blood pressure 109/80 Pulse 121 beats/minute Respiratory rate 22 breaths/minute Oxygen saturation 100% on room air Temperature 36.8ºC Her physical exam is remarkable for a mild right-sided facial droop with forehead [+]

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  • pediatric intracranial hemorrhage on MRI

PEM Pearls: Approach to Spontaneous Intracranial Hemorrhage in Pediatric Patients

Case: A 6-year-old female with a past medical history of immune thrombocytopenia presents to the Emergency Department (ED) for concerns of dysarthria that started the day prior to arrival. The patient’s mother denies any recent trauma, including head injury. Vitals and Physical Exam Blood pressure 109/80 Pulse 121 beats/minute Respiratory rate 22 breaths/minute Oxygen saturation 100% on room air Temperature 36.8ºC Her physical exam is remarkable for a mild right-sided facial droop with forehead [+]

Everything you need to survive and thrive in academia, focusing on professional development across the spectrum of life-long learners including medical students, residents, and faculty

Hot off the press: Bridge to EM curriculum (2nd edition) released

It has been 3 years since the 8-week, self-guided Bridge to Emergency Medicine (EM) curriculum was launched to help graduating medical students prepare for EM residency. The curriculum has been viewed over 43,000 times and we have awarded over 5,000 ALiEMU course certificates. It is now a part of many residency programs' intern boot camp. Launching the 2nd edition of Bridge to EM (2024) We are thrilled to announce that we launching the second [+]

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  • cite AMA 11th edition reference blog media podcast

How to Cite Videos, Podcasts, Apps, Media, and Blogs in a Publication or CV (AMA style 11th edition)

As medical education podcasts, videos, and blogs continue to grow in popularity it is crucial that we cite them correctly, both in publications and on our CVs. We also must recognize the important contributions of media such as clinical photographs, radiology images, and ECGs. The American Medical Association (AMA) Manual of Style released its 11th edition in 2020. This blog post provides an update to our 2018 blog articles to reflect these changes. Video [+]

Oct 19, 202210, 2022

The Fall of FOAM

The landscape of emergency medicine and critical care (EM/CC) blogs and podcasts has changed dramatically over the past 20 years. The number of free, open-access EM/CC blogs and podcasts has plummeted. As [+]