26 05, 2023

Mass Casualty Incident Simulations Should Be Strongly Encouraged and Widely Available for Medical Students

2023-05-26T09:46:09-05:00May 26th, 2023|Spring 2023, The Fast Track Issues|

Authors: Rachel Steffes OMS-II, Megan Unrath OMS-II, Andres Toledo OMS-II, Alissa Leyman OMS-II Location/School Affiliation: Kansas City University College of Osteopathic Medicine - Kansas City Campus Keywords (3): Emergency Preparedness, Mass Casualty Training Simulation, Medical Education Short Au [...]

3 05, 2023

Damage Control Resuscitation – Pathophysiology and Practices for Emergency Medicine Physicians

2023-05-03T14:07:15-05:00May 3rd, 2023|Spring 2023, The Fast Track Issues|

Author: Thomas Mathis MS-3, AEMT, USAR MC Campbell University School of Osteopathic Medicine Introduction Damage Control Resuscitation (DCR) is a methodology for stabilizing severely injured trauma patients with massive hemorrhage by aggressively pursuing hemostasis and proactively addressing the le [...]

3 05, 2023

Emergency Department Management of Vascular Trauma Resulting from a Dog Bite to Upper Extremity

2023-05-03T14:08:16-05:00May 3rd, 2023|Spring 2023, The Fast Track Issues|

Authors: CM Emerson MS41, MN Greco MS41, TJ O’Neil MS41, CE White MS41; SM O’Neil, MD, FACS2,3 1Campbell University School of Osteopathic Medicine, 2Martinsville Surgical Associates, 3SOVAH Health ABSTRACT: Introduction Dog bite injuries are a common presenting complaint to emergency departments acr [...]

3 05, 2023

Flecainide Fakeout

2023-05-03T14:10:17-05:00May 3rd, 2023|Spring 2023, The Fast Track Issues|

Flecainide Induced Atrial Flutter Causing Monomorphic Wide Complex Tachycardia Authors: Dr. Graham Clifford, DO; Dr. Justin Sauter, DO; and Dr. Ben Arnold, MD Introduction: A 65-year-old male with a past medical history of atrial flutter on metoprolol, flecainide and eliquis reported to the Emergenc [...]

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