An easy to use table for the various pathophysiologies you may encounter in the Emergency Department. This smart card is made for rapid access and decision making regarding initial ventilator settings for different disease states.
An overview of how to organize the different causes of renal failure.
When to use PERC, Wells, D-Dimer and more. This slide covers all things pulmonary embolism.
How to deal with some of the sickest of the sick in the Emergency Department – the decompensated heart failure patient.
An easy to use table for the various pathophysiologies you may encounter in the Emergency Department. This smart card is made for rapid access and decision making regarding initial non-invasive ventilation settings for different disease states.
A helpful algorithm for choosing when to use non-invasive positive pressure ventilation and when to proceed to intubation.
Does thinking about mixed acidosis disorders keep you awake at night time? This handy teaching instrument should help calm your worries.
A top-down approach to various causes of hypotension that will make sure you do not miss a cause for low blood pressure.
Does hypervolemic, euvolemic, and hypovolemic hyponatremia make your head spin? Want a simpler hyponatremia algorithm? You can have it all with this hyponatremia algorithm.
How much insulin and by what route to give in your hyperglycemic ED patients.
A treatise on the pathophysiology of hyperglycemia.
A comprehensive differential for fast and slow dysrhythmias.
A handy flowchart detailing how to navigate and treat various forms of shock.
A handy table illustrating the different Rapid TEG parameters and how to treat their abnormalities.