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Top 10 ALiEM Clinical Posts in 2017

2018-01-02T17:52:46+00:00

Gold top 10 winnerSeasons greetings from the ALiEM team. We have published so many posts this year that you may have missed a few. Did you at least catch the top 10 ALiEM clinical posts in 2017? These are the most-viewed posts in the past calendar year. From nerve blocks, to managing epistaxis, head bleeds, and providing post-ROSC care – check these out as you ring in the New Year!

Search Methodology

Through Google Analytics for the date range Jan 1-Dec 28, 2017, we identified the 10 most-viewed posts published in 2017.

Top 10 Most Popular ALIEM Clinical Posts in 2017

Post Title Page Views Author Date
Trick of the Trade: Sphenopalatine Ganglion Block for Treatment of Primary Headaches 13,101 Jeffrey Shih, MD and Chris Gaafary, MD Mar 22, 2017
Update on the ED Management of Intracranial Hemorrhage: Not All Head Bleeds are the Same 9,100 William Shyy, MD and Debbie Yi Madhok, MD Sep 4, 2017
Epistaxis Management in the Emergency Department: A Helpful Mnemonic 8,959 Moises Gallegos, MD MPH Feb 15, 2017
PECARN Pediatric Head Trauma: Official Visual Decision Aid for Clinicians 8,836 Gabe Sudario, MD Jun 17, 2017
PV Card: Laceration Repair and Sutures – A cheat sheet guide 8,652 Hyunjoo Lee, MD and Layla Abubshait, MD Mar 6, 2017
The Post-ROSC Checklist 8,466 Sean Kivlehan, MD MPH Apr 10, 2017
Trick of the Trade: Rapid Insertion of Orogastric Tube 8,236 Paul Willette, DO Feb 13, 2017
Top 8 Must-Know EM Pharmacotherapy Articles of 2016 7,435 Bryan D. Hayes, PharmD Jan 5, 2017
My EpiPen expired! Can I still use it? 7,218 Zlatan Coralic, PharmD Jul 6, 2017
Trick of the Trade: Topical Treatment of Cannabinoid Hyperemesis Syndrome 5,793 Neda Krunic, PharmD and Mark Culver, PharmD Nov 15, 2017

Honorable Mention

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Bryan D. Hayes, PharmD, FAACT, FASHP

Bryan D. Hayes, PharmD, FAACT, FASHP

Leadership Team, ALiEM
Creator and Lead Editor, Capsules series, ALiEMU
Attending Pharmacist, EM and Toxicology, MGH
Assistant Professor of EM, Harvard Medical School