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Feb 15, 2023

As emergency docs, anytime there is something in the chest cavity that should not be there, such as air, blood, or fluid, we often feel compelled to get it out. For many decades that barbaric task was done with a 40 French chest tube and some low-wall suction. But is that what is best for the patient?

Feb 1, 2023

Pediatric emergencies are scary – and pediatric cardiac arrest tops the list of those scary scenes. There are thousands of pediatric cardiac arrests in the U.S. every year; 11.4% survive to hospital discharge – but only 5% of those children are neurologically intact. How can emergency physicians overcome these...

Feb 1, 2023

Is there a doctor onboard? In-flight emergencies are not rare, supplies and resources are limited, and it is always good to be prepared. Dr. Amy Ho joins EMRA*Cast host Dr. Dustin Slagle to discuss what to expect and how to help.