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Aug 15, 2022

Disaster medicine has long focused on how to prepare for mass casualty incidents - but there are special considerations for emergency physicians to take into account in the case of terror attacks. In this episode, host Kim Bambach, MD, and Sriram Venkatesan, FAWM, discuss the niche of counterterrorism medicine with


Jul 24, 2022

The health care job market has been a roller coaster in recent years - especially in the nation's safety net of emergency medicine. What’s a soon-to-be-graduate to do? Host Ranjita Raghavan, MD, shares some job search pearls and perils from Saadia Akhtar, MD, FACEP, and Maria Moreira,...


Jul 2, 2022

Some baked-in practices in medicine don't hold up to closer inspection. This episode of EMRA*Cast turns attention to the use of sodium bicarbonate in cardiac arrest. Host Matt Dillon, MD, (@mdmd_8889) recently spoke with clinical ED pharmacist Mike Perza, PharmD, BCPS, (@pillpushermike) and Dustin Slagle, MD, regarding...


Jun 1, 2022

Your patient has an arterial bleed and a tenuous airway. You've got 1 unit of blood, no vent, and no hospital within hours. Welcome to the world of austere medicine. Host Kate Joyce, MD, MPH (@sceneisnotsafe) and USAF Lt Col Regan Lyon, MD, FACEP, discuss the challenges of treating patients in the most extreme...


May 15, 2022

Hemorrhagic shock can be tricky to manage – yet there’s no shortage of (sometimes conflicting) guidelines regarding massive transfusion. When do you make the call to activate massive transfusion protocol? How early is too early? What happens if you wait too long? Dr. Sara Crager simplifies this...