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On the August issue of the Annals of Emergency Medicine Podcast, Ryan and Rory discuss the state of the EM workforce, aerosol generation for various pre-oxygenation devices, blood pressure management in TBI and much much moreRyan Radecki, MD & Rory Spiegel, MD
 
In the June issue of the Annals of Emergency Medicine podcast, Rory and Ryan examine the feasibility of out-of-hospital evaluations for chest pain, the utility of lab screening for acetaminophen and salicylate ingestions, the use of haloperidol for cannabis hyperemesis syndrome, and much more.Ryan Radecki, MD & Rory Spiegel, MD
 
In the May issue of the Annals of Emergency Medicine Podcast Rory and Ryan discuss stress-related effects of living in proximity to gun violence, harm-reduction in programs in the ED, awareness during rapid sequence intubation, and much more.Ryan Radecki, MD & Rory Spiegel, MD
 
The November issue of the Annals of Emergency Medicine Podcast: COVID-19, where did all the “other” patients go, high-sensitivity troponin assays effect on diagnostic reclassification and operational stressors in the ED. Rory and Ryan discuss these topics and much more!Ryan Radecki, MD & Rory Spiegel, MD
 
In this geriatric issue, we discuss tools to identify elder abuse as well as predict prolonged hospitalization in an elderly population. In addition, we examine complications due to 2C-B ingestions, dive into the hyperangulated vs standard geometry VL debate, and even discuss some educational strategies for podcasting…
 
In this June issue, Rory and Ryan have Dr. Lauren Westafer on as a special guest to discuss lactation accommodations in the emergency department. Also covered are discharge lounges, pediatric sepsis, and managing pediatric concussion.Ryan Radecki, MD & Rory Spiegel, MD
 
In this month's episode, we took a little different approach than usual because of COVID-19 crisis. We spend the first half of the podcast discussion articles from the March 2020 edition of Annals of Emergency Medicine. In the second half, we talk about all things COVID-19.Ryan Radecki, MD & Rory Spiegel, MD
 
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