PV Card: Electrolytes and ECG changes - Academic Life in Emergency Medicine

PV Card: Electrolytes and ECG changes - Academic Life in Emergency Medicine

This is an infographic on how emergency physicians  make discharge decisions. One of the most important  decisions that emergency department (ED) physicians  make is patient disposition (admission vs discharge).

This is an infographic on how emergency physicians make discharge decisions. One of the most important decisions that emergency department (ED) physicians make is patient disposition (admission vs discharge).

EKG leads and the coronary arteries...this plus my 2 other recent #EKG posts…

EKG leads and the coronary arteries...this plus my 2 other recent #EKG posts…

Emergency Tracheotomy + Breathe into the tube with two quick breaths. Pause five seconds, then give one breath every five seconds.You will see the chest rise and the person should regain consciousness if you have performed the procedure correctly. The person should be able to breathe on their own, albeit with some difficulty, until help arrives.

Emergency Tracheotomy + Breathe into the tube with two quick breaths. Pause five seconds, then give one breath every five seconds.You will see the chest rise and the person should regain consciousness if you have performed the procedure correctly. The person should be able to breathe on their own, albeit with some difficulty, until help arrives.

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