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This post discusses the clinical presentation of HHS and the emergency management that needs to be rapidly applied.
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Teaching on a clinical shift can sometimes be difficult: it’s busy, everyone’s running around and it’s hard to capture a trainees attention. Recently, on twitter, Amal Mattu (@amalmattu) has been posting pictures of his white board teaching: discrete pearls written down and shared with anyone who walks by.
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The provision of high-quality compressions with minimal interruptions is central to the management of cardiac arrest. Along with defibrillation, high-quality compressions are the only interventions proven to improve patient-oriented outcomes.
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Is it necessary to provide prophylactic antibiotics for anterior nasal packs? Standard teaching says yes but the data isn’t so supportive.
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This post reviews the emergency management of patients presenting with priapism.
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This post investigates a cognitive process for the patient with refractory hypotension.
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The MDCalc Fellows program is a 2-year longitudinal engagement for residents and medical students passionate about EBM and knowledge translation. 
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If you’re looking for a fellowship in Ultrasound, Pediatric EM, Toxicology, Healthcare Leadership or Quality and Safety, check out the opportunities available at our program.

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Anand Swaminathan, MD, MPH

Anand Swaminathan, MD, MPH

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Anand "Swami" Swaminathan is an assistant professor of Emergency Medicine in the Ronald O. Perelman Emergency Department and assistant residency director of the NYU/Bellevue Emergency Medicine residency program. His interests are in resuscitation medicine, resident education and cutting the knowledge translation window. Swami is an active contributor and supporter of innovations in medicine, particularly Free Open Access Medical Education (FOAM). He is a contributor to a number of sites including ALiEM, LITFL, ERCast, EMCrit, The SGEM and REBEL EM Swami is also the course director of The Teaching Course and faculty for EM: RAP and Essentials of Emergency Medicine.