UAMS Resident Dr. Rachel Littlefield and Chair Dr. Tony Seupaul discuss the use of Lidocaine in Renal Colic on The Skeptics Guide to Emergency Medicine…
UAMS resident Dr. Chris Fowler and UAMS chair Dr. Tony Seupaul discuss the effectiveness of the Epley Maneuver for the treatment of posterior canal BPPV.
UAMS EM resident Spencer Wright and Chair Tony Seupaul discuss the effectiveness of Ultrasound vs. CT as a diagnostic tool for the evaluation of patients with suspected Renal Colic.
- Bell’s Palsy Treatment. Steroids, steroids, steroids…but what about acyclovir? No. Steroids, steroids…
- Alpha blockers and Renal Colic.
- NIV for pulmonary edema. Uncomfortable? Check. Life-saving? Check Decreases the need to intubate the tachypneic, flushed, diaphoretic, hypoxic, morbidly obese patient? Check.
Chief Resident, Michael del Castillo-Hegyi aka “Dash”, and Chair Tony Seupaul discuss the merits and risks of good ol’ Vitamin H in the agitated patient and discuss the Cochrane Group’s take on the subject. They also delve into various agitation “cocktails”, their length of action, and complications.
Drs. Tony Seupaul and Josh Hughes (looking non-colicky to the left) recorded a podcast for the Skeptics Guide to Emergency Medicine reviewing a recent meta-analysis concerning the utility of tamsulosin for expulsion of kidney stones.
Short Story: Good for stones >4mm that you are sending home.
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