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Grand Rounds - Electrolyte Emergencies in 5 Steps or Less | Pediatrics at Vanderbilt

HTML5 direct link Electrolyte Emergencies in 5 Steps or Less Corey Slovis, MDChairman of Emergency MedicineProfessor of Emergency Medicine and MedicineMedical Director, Metro Nashville Fire Department...

This is considered one of the "Hall of fame" lectures. Corey Slovis was one of the forefathers who came up with the ED approach to electrolytes that we are now all taught in school and residency. This is a must watch lecture!

December 2012 - VBG vs. ABG - Episode 135 | EM:RAP

Mel interviews fellow Aussie Anne-Maree Kelly. The utility of blood gas tests in clinical decision making is the subject.

 

Acute Kidney Injury with Dr. Aronoff

Dr. George Aronoff presented this lecture while on faculty at the University of Louisville and held professorships with medicine as well as pharmacology. Dr....

A Practical Approach to Acid Base with Dr Aronoff

Dr. George Aronoff presented this lecture while on faculty at the University of Louisville and held professorships with medicine as well as pharmacology. Dr....

Treatment of hyperkalemia in the ED

One of the listeners requested an episode on the treatment of hyperkalemia in the ED.

Acid Base in the Critically Ill - Part I

This lecture discusses a quantitative approach to acid base management. It provides explanations for why acid base disorders occur in human pathophysiology.

Disclaimer - I have never actually seen people using this in practice out in the community. I have heard that it may be the newschool approach to acid base. Nonetheless, a great lecture and a new perspective on an age-old topic.

Management of life-threatening hyperkalemia – First10EM

A brief guide to the immediate management of severe hyperkalemia in emergency medicine and critical care

Very nice take on this important topic. Website article (not a lecture)

A Practical Approach to Acid-Base Disorders

This discussion was selected from the weekly staff conferences in the Department of Medicine, University of California, San Francisco. Taken from a transcription, it has been edited by Homer A. Boushey, MD, Professor of Medicine, and Nathan M. Bass, MD, PhD, Associate Professor of Medicine, under the direction of Lloyd H. Smith, Jr, MD, Professor of Medicine and Associate Dean in the School of Medicine.

This is the "Haber method" that I've seen a lot of people talking about, saying it does seem to help quite a bit. Interesting approach, worth the read.