Posts tagged pharmacology
5.9.19 Conference Summary

Conference today started with welcoming Dr. Carrie Harvey from the University of Michigan to discuss palliative care in the critically ill patient and crashing patients with valvulopathies as part of our Cleveland Rising Series. We then had Brian Lauer review opiate pharmacology. Dr. Courtney Smalley from Cleveland Clinic discussed how to establish and practice POCUS in the community and we wrapped up with Biliary Disease from Dr. Kevin Choong PGY-5 from general surgery.

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1.3.19 Conference Summary

The first conference of new year started with ED Pharm 101 in which Brian Lauer, PharmD, walked us through abortive and maintenance anti-epileptic drugs. This was followed by a hepatobiliary ultrasound lecture with ultrasound fellow Dr. Jason Tehranisa, and then Dr. Ben Boswell led a talk on the uses of ultrasound for diagnosing and managing shoulder injuries. Dr. Andy Veverka challenged Dr. Chris Miller in another PGY2 clinicopathological conference with a case of PRES, and finally, Dr. Lori Shannon discussed the evidence for succinylcholine vs rocuronium for RSI.

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11.1.18 Conference Summary

This week we welcomed CLE Rising speaker, Dr. Enyo Ablordeppey, EM/Intensivist and ultrasound extraordinaire from WashU, who gave walked us through her “Top 10 Ways I Use US Everyday” followed by a talk on point-of-care ultrasound and the role of implementation research. This was followed by another ED Pharm 101 session with ED pharmacist Christy McKenzie, PharmD, who went over pharmacologic management of atrial fibrillation. Dr. Matt Stull then led Airway Grand Rounds with a discussion on the 7 Ps of RSI.

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9.6.18 Conference Summary

This week we continued our ED Pharmacy series with our own Christy McKenzie, PharmD giving us the latest on ACLS drugs. Next we kicked off our intern toxicology lecture series with PGY-1 Zean Chen;s lecture on Beta Blocker and Calcium Channel Blocker Overdose. Ultrasound Fellow, Jessica Rockwood helped us navigate IUPs and ruling out ectopics with First Trimester POCUS. We talked trauma with Riley Grosso and Matthew Stull and how to approach the airway in significant facial injuries. Riley Grosso then has us thinking fast and slow with Meta Cognition. Finally, our chief Andrew Schaub took us through another Power (half) Hour with great visuals from our very own department.

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