MedicationSyringeDrawRob Bryant, MD (@RobJBryant13), Amie Hatch, PharmD, BCPS (@Amie_EMPharmD), and Jeremy Bair, PharmD (@bairpharm) from Intermountain Healthcare in Utah have created and adopted a fantastic medication reference card which is used by physicians and nurses in the Emergency Department. The medications were chosen because they are often prone to dosing errors and require time-sensitive ordering. They generously offered to share this incredibly compact resource for free to the Emergency Medicine community as a PV card. If you see them, give them a high-five.

The card has a double-sided trifold design, with categories including intubation, sedation, vasopressors, and toxicology. There is an adult and a pediatric side to help in those ever stressful sick patient encounters.

Thanks also to ALiEM experts Zlatan Coralic, PharmD (@ZEDPharm) and Bryan Hayes, PharmD (@PharmERToxGuy) for their intensive, pre-publication, expert-peer review of the resource card, which underwent several revisions before final publication.

PV Card: Emergency Drug Cards for Adults and Children


Go to the ALiEM Cards site for more resources.

Michelle Lin, MD
ALiEM Founder and CEO
Professor and Digital Innovation Lab Director
Department of Emergency Medicine
University of California, San Francisco
Michelle Lin, MD

@M_Lin

Professor of Emerg Med at UCSF-Zuckerberg San Francisco General. Founder of ALiEM @aliemteam #PostitPearls https://t.co/7v7cgJqNEn
Michelle Lin, MD