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HyperK and Shades of Grey: Myths and Facts about Hyperkalemia Part II

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Today we continue our discussion about the myths and facts of hyperkalemia with Dr. Brooks Walsh, author of the Mill Hill Ave Command blog. We also feature contributions from Dr. Stephen Smith, of Dr. Smith's ECG Blog. If you would like to refresh your memory on Part I visit here.             […]

HyperK and Shades of Grey: Myths and Facts about Hyperkalemia Part I

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Happy New Year everybody! We start 2013 with a continuation of our discussion about the field treatment of hyperkalemia.  It might be helpful to review the first part of the discussion," HyperK and Shades of Grey" here.  We are fortunate to have as a guest contributor Dr. Brooks Walsh of the Mill Hill Ave Command blog. […]

Hyper-K and Shades of Grey

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Good morning all… It's a beautiful fall Sunday morning, and you and your partner are enjoying an nice cup of coffee. But of course, the tones go off, and you are called to the residence of a 52 year old female, "sick". You recognize the address, you've been there before.  Upon your arrival, you find […]

53 Year Old Male: Severe Leg Pain–Conclusion

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This is the conclusion to 53 year old male: Severe leg pain. You may wish to review the case. Before we begin, my apologies for the delay in posting this conclusion. I live in coastal NY, and we got hammered by Hurricane Sandy. It has taken me a little time to get all caught up. […]

53 Year Old Male: Severe Leg Pain

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This great case was sent in by faithful reader Bryan Brzycki, a Medic from Beaufort County. As usual, some minor information may be changed to protect patient confidentiality. It's a cloudy fall morning when the tones go off and your unit is dispatched to the residence of a 53 year old male.  When you and […]

Episode #10 – Brooks Walsh, M.D. from Mill Hill Ave Command

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EMS 12-Lead podcast – Episode #10 – Brooks Walsh, M.D. from the Mill Hill Ave Command blog  In this episode of the EMS 12-Lead podcast we're joined by Brooks Walsh, M.D., Emergency Physician and Editor of Mill Hill Ave Command and Doc Cottle's Desk. We discuss paramedic education, ECGs, blogging, science fiction doctors, "treating the patient […]

59 Year Old Male–"Lifting Boxes": Part II, with a twist!

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This is part II to 59 year old male–"Lifting Boxes". You may wish to review the case. Let's review the ECG: There is sinus rhythm at about 90 bpm. Some of you saw a slight bit of ST elevation in the inferior leads, and maybe an abnormal aVL. Perhaps? Perhaps not? V1-V4 look possibly abnormal, […]

59 Year Old Male: "Lifting Boxes"

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This is part one of today's case study. As usual some information has been changed to protect patient confidentiality. EMS is called to the residence of a 59 year old male, who's chief complaint is chest discomfort.  As the crew enters the kitchen, they find the patient sitting in a chair surrounded by family members. […]

Snapshot Discussion: 64 Year Old Male–Chest Pain

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This is the discussion for "Snapshot: 64 Year Old Male–Chest Pain". First, let's talk about the patient presentation.What is concerning is the substernal chest pain, radiating to the shoulder and neck area. While this occurred about 30 minutes after exercise, it did not occur during exercise, so that is somewhat atypical. Still, enough red flags […]

Snapshot: 64 Year Old Male–Chest Pain

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Today we have a short "Snapshot" case…Just the down and dirty. You are called to an urgent care center for a 64 year old male, CC of substernal chest pain, which radiated to the right shoulder and neck area. He states the discomfort feels a little like "indigestion". This episode began just after finishing a […]

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