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7/1/2019· Medical

Failure of Medical Stress Tests

By: Dr. Sajid Khan

When evaluating a patient, we rely on a good history to help us form a differential diagnosis. We use our physical exam skills to refine that list. A bedside ultrasound or ECG can further guide our decision-making and save precious time. Beyond these, we rely on seemingly failsafe data: radiographs, blood tests, and urine samples. But sometimes these reliable tests aren't so reliable.

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4/25/2019· Emergency Medicine

Ready for the Measles' Comeback?

By: Dr. Sajid Khan

As disease patterns evolve, so too must we. Being aware of emerging illnesses and remaining diligent in identifying their presence ensures a safe environment for the patient and the community. Measles is a highly contagious and potentially lethal viral infectious disease.

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11/13/2019· Emergency Medicine

Supervising Midlevel Providers in Emergency Departments

By: Dr. Sajid Khan

Managing the Emergency Department is a team sport. That means sharing information with one another, trusting your teammates to perform to the best of their ability, and working together towards a common goal. To that end, one responsibility of [most] ED physicians is supervising mid-level providers.

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4/29/2020· Emergency Medicine

That's ST Elevation Myocardial Infarction (STEMI) on Electrocardiogram (ECG)...Or Is It?

By: Dr. Sajid Khan

A 70 year-old woman presents to the ER with mid-sternal chest pain, shortness of breath, and diaphoresis. She's clutching her chest with her fist. There is isolated ST elevation in aVR and inferolateral ST depression. That's a STEMI! Or is it?

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8/14/2020· Medicine

Plantar Puncture Wounds - Are Antibiotics Necessary?

By: Dr. Sajid Khan

Plantar puncture wounds are common and the anatomy of the foot makes it an excellent environment for infection to rapidly spread. Puncture wounds in particular can inoculate bacteria deep into the soft tissues.

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4/27/2020· Emergency Medicine

Emergency Resuscitation or "Do Not Resuscitate": A Tale of Two Patients

By: Dr. Robert M. Stark

As a cardiologist involved in critical care, I would like to provide a clear explanation and understanding of the processes involved in resuscitation and critical care. Most particularly, what it must be like for the patient, the patient’s family and the caregivers involved. I will draw on examples from two patients I recently treated, both of whom required acute resuscitation

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9/4/2020· Emergency Medicine

COVID-19: The Worst Is Yet To Come

By: Dr. Sajid Khan

We are in the midst of a global pandemic the likes of which we have never before seen in our lifetime. Every day a new record high number of cases and number of deaths is reached. While the number affected physically, emotionally, and economically spirals out of control, here is something that will serve as a gut check: these will be remembered as the good old days.

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