Learning to interpret ECGs is not easy – but there’s a world of help out there.
Authors: Bennett J, Rhee D, Wagh A, Pusic M, Tse AB.
Being able to efficiently and accurately read an ECG is an important yet very difficult skill to learn. Online resources can help you improve your abilities at any learner level;
“There are some things you learn best in calm, and some in storm.”
– Willa Cather
Over the past several years, I’ve thought a lot about what to say during the immediate moments after a failed cardiac arrest or traumatic resuscitation. When the rush of adrenaline comes to a screeching halt and all that is left is a deafening silence,
The new version of the PEM CARS iBook (V3.0, 2019) has been released! 200 comprehensive, critical article reviews on PEM literature available for free.
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Congratulations and many thanks to the NYU/Bellevue Pediatric Emergency Medicine fellows and faculty that have put in a considerable amount of effort to make this happen.
Hi CoreEM Community-
This isn’t a usual blogpost but we just wanted to let you know that NYU Bellevue EM Department is looking to hire new faculty for 2020!!! It’s an amazing place here with a chance to work with some fantastic residents and inspiring colleagues and treat an impressive breadth of patients,
There is a man living in New York City who once suffered a traumatic brain injury and is now frequently brought into our ED by EMS with a chief complaint of “seizure.” Often providers order labs, imaging and medications, prescriptions he doesn’t fill and make clinic appointments he never attends. He appears disheveled so many assume he is addicted to alcohol and has seizures due to withdrawal.
The new 2020 PEM Guide has been released! 183 PEM topics covered concisely in this free, point of care reference.
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“PEM (Pediatric Emergency Medicine) Guides was developed as an online, point of care resource for the residents and medical students who work with us in our pediatric emergency departments.
Lewis R. Goldfrank, MD
(June 12, 2019)
Congratulations on your graduation. This milestone and the commencement of your increased independence are a tribute to your fine work. Your future accomplishments will be substantial.
You as a class will have developed immensely profound bonds.