Ohh…you asked for it. At last week’s EEM studio session, REBEL EM’s Salim Rezaie went head-to-head with EMRAP’s Cameron Berg about how they use HEART vs TIMI in their low-risk chest pain ADPs.
This week we kick it off with Dr. Rezaie and his evidence-based approach to low-risk chest pain using the HEART score.
For more info, check out REBEL EM’s post here. Next week, we’ll hear from Dr. Berg and his evidence-based approach to low-risk chest pain using the TIMI score. We’ll round it out the following week, as these two go head-to-head and answer your questions, moderated by the one and only Rob Orman.
Ketamine in head trauma? Seriously? If you know anything about Billy Mallon, then you know that this isn’t your average, run-of-the-mill lecture! Year after year, Billy is one of the highest rated speakers at Essentials of EM. Watch this video, and you’ll see why!
Having said that, rumors having been swirling about Billy’s instant-viral “Pericoital Emergencies” talk that was supposed to be in this slot, but cooler heads prevailed. Log into your Essentials account and you’ll see why this legendary talk should remain available for subscribers only and not in the wild for the kids to see.
Subscribe today for your EEM 2014 Digital package to watch this and more than 100 spectacular talks. While you’re there, make sure to register for EEM 2015 in Las Vegas, from October 13-15. Experience the magic of Mallon live and uncensored.
I’ll let you in on a little secret. All trauma surgeons are not &*#@. Case in point: Dr. Kenji Inaba. The world’s nicest trauma surgeon enters the EEM 2014 Top 10 countdown at #3. Years of experience practicing in one of the nation’s busiest and bloodiest trauma centers lends a certain, shall we say, ”credibility” to Kenji’s lecture on penetrating lower extremity trauma. While his lecture contains graphic images and videos, it is packed with several extremely practical clinical pearls. Check out Kenji’s other lectures by ordering your EEM 2014 digital subscription today! Want to see him, and other wildly popular master educators, live?
Register today, to guarantee your seat for EEM 2015 in Las Vegas, from October 13-15, 2015. You do not want to miss this show!
Dr. Scott Weingart breaks the top 5 of our countdown this year. It’s really no surprise when you lead off your talk by saying, “The laryngoscope can be a murder weapon.” That is the sort of educational gold you get, lecture after lecture, when you register for the Essentials of EM 2014 Digital Package. Scott’s case-based, high yield, and downright spectacular EEM 2014 talk on Delayed Sequence Intubation is a must watch. This, along with 100 additional lectures and over 30 CME hours, makes EEM 2014 the best value in medical education. Now, see for yourself what everyone is talking about, from the legend himself!
Dr. Richard Cantor gave only one talk at EEM 2014 and it made #6 on our countdown. That’s right, folks, he’s the real deal. Sure, you might be thinking. “Kids are not my thing,” or, “Ugh, more medical literature!”
Trust us, Rich brings the funny in a big way to this extremely important bit of Emergency Medicine practice. Dr. Cantor is always one of the highest rated speakers at EEM, and we just know you’re going to love this talk. Register today to enjoy this and so many more great lectures from EEM 2014.
Leading off your conference this year is Stuart Swadron and his Neurology Smackdown. Taking part with Stuart in the neurological madness will be Drs. Scott Weingart and Billy Mallon. Where will you be watching when they hit the EEM 2014 stage for Day 1: Session 1? Live in San Francisco or online at essentialsofem.com? Register today.
Our session host video series rolls on with a look at Critical care guru Scott Weingart, who is leading our Day 2: Session 2 time slot. Joining Scott in this survey of cutting edge procedures and topics will be Drs. Zach Shinar and Joe Bellezzo. You can be sure that a few big surprises will be waiting for you during this “extreme resuscitation”-focused session. Our room block is filling up fast. So REGISTER HERE today and stay close to the action at the greatest show in medicine.