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- 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM (00:34:15). Anyone, anything, anytime: a history of emergency medicine (Grand rounds: history of EM) / Dr. Brian J. Zink -- 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM (01:44:30). The leader within - leading from the middle / Dr. Brian J. Zink -- 10:00 AM - 10:15 AM (02:41:15). Reproducible murine model of frostbite injury (Resident research forum) / Dr. Lauren J. Auerbach, Dr. Michael G. Galvez, Dr. Mackenzie R. Wehner, Dr. Geoffrey, C. Gurtner, Dr. Paul S. Auerbach -- 10:15 AM - 10:30 AM (02:51:00). Epidemiology of non-vehicular trauma patients in the prehospital setting in India / Dr. Nayna A. Lodhia, Dr. Matthew Strehlow, Dr. Elizabeth Pirrotta, Dr. B.N.V. Swathi, Dr. Aruna Gimkala, Dr. G.V. Ramana Rao, Dr. Swaminatha Mahadevan -- 10:30 AM - 10:45 AM (03:06:30). Radiation dosimetry in the emergency department / D. Lauren A Polen, Dr. Cameron Berg, Dr. Paul S. Auerbach -- 10:45 AM - 11:00 AM (03:22:40). Epidemiology of fatal drownings / Dr. Joseph E. Tonna, Dr. Matt Schreiber, Dr. Grant S. Lipman -- 11:00 AM - 11:15 AM (03:33:40). How frequently are "classic" drug-seeking behaviors used by drug-seeking patients in the ED? / Dr. Casey Grover, Dr. Joshua W. Elder, Dr. Reb J.H. Close, Dr. Sean M. Curry -- 11:15 AM - 11:30 AM (03:49:15). Pre-hospital medical care and the National Ski Patrol: how does outdoor emergency care compare to traditional EMS training? / Dr. Benjamin Constance -- 11:30 AM - 11:45 AM (04:05:15). A simple score to predict death: the pulmonary embolism triage score (PETS) / Dr. Beau Briese -- 11:45 AM - 12:00 PM (04:21:45). Prevalence of arrhythmias in emergency department patients discharged using a novel ambulatory cardiac monitor / Dr. Ayesha Sattar.
- 7:30 AM - 8:00 AM (00:-01:15). How to prepare for the written boards (Board review) / Dr. Jennifer Kanapicki -- 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM (00:38:20). Minor pediatric head trauma (R2 talk: pediatric head trauma) / Dr. John Ludlow -- 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM (01:39:30). Mock codes, from the "olden days" (APLS) / Dr. Bernard Dannenberg -- 11:00 AM - 11:30 AM (03:37:50). Getting to zero central line-associated bloodstream infections: SHC central line insertion and maintenance bundles (Central line in-service) / [Dr. Elizabeth Robilotti], Dr. Lucy S. Tompkins, Dr. Gina Suh -- 11:30 AM - 11:45 AM (03:58:35). Nurse-MD interaction: improving work flow in the emergency room (RN/MD work-flows and communication) / [speakers?].
- 8:00 AM - 8:30 AM (00:30:45). Interesting pediatric case (Interesting peds cases & follow-up) / Dr. Kevin Masek -- 8:30 AM - 9:00 AM (00:59:00). Pediatrics interesting case: headache & vomiting / Dr. Brianne Steele, Dr. Ewen Wang -- 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM (01:36:45). Oncologic emergencies, a case-based primer (Senior talk) / Dr. Sundeep R. Bhat -- 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM (02:41:15). Diabetic ketoacidosis (APLS/Peds grand rounds) / Dr. Tandy Aye -- 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM (03:42:15). Central nervous system (APLS talk: neurologic emergencies) / Dr. Deborah Franzon.
- 7:30 AM - 8:15 AM (00:04:40). Imaging of the lumbar spine EM - Rads Conference (ED/radiology interdisciplinary series #5) / Dr. Bobby Jones, Dr. Casey Grover, Dr. Geoff Schultz -- 8:15 AM - 8:45 AM (00:54:30). Mystery case presentation (Mystery case series) / Dr. Cesar O. Avila -- 8:45 AM - 9:00 AM (01:29:20). Three men in a tub / Dr. George Sternbach -- 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM (01:37:45). Guidelines for the management of traumatic brain injury (Trauma curriculum 21) / Dr. Odette A. Harris -- 10:00 AM - 10:30 AM (02:36:45). I've got the sugar (Diabetic emergencies/DKA and insulin order sets for diabetic management in the ED) / Dr. Nicholas Kanaan -- 10:30 AM - 11:00 AM (03:02:00). Insulin management in ED / Dr. Marina Basina -- 11:00 AM - 11:45 AM (03:55:10). STEMI criteria (Learning pearls from Stanford PPEC) / Dr. Meghan Schott -- 11:45 AM - 12:00 PM (04:15:10). ECG documentation in STEMI / Dr. Donald Schreiber, Dr. Beate Teufel, Dr. Mary Ellen Fraser.
- Emergency Medicine Conference, Video, SUNet ID login required7:30 AM - 8:15 AM (00:06:45). Subtle pains (EM/Rads Collaborative Conference 4) / Dr. Robert Jones, L. Paige Sokolsky -- 8:15 AM - 9:00 AM (00:52:00). Straight and narrow (Mystery case series) / Dr. George Sternbach -- 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM (01:33:15). Rollover crashes, roof crushes, and cervical spine injuries (Trauma curriculum 16) / Dr. Elizabeth H. Raphael -- 10:00 AM - 10:30 AM (02:35:30). Hits and misses (Visual diagnosis/procedures: pearls and pitfalls) / Dr. S.V. Mahadevan -- 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM (03:07:00). EM + ICU Conference (ICU/ED Joint Collaborative Conference 8) / Dr. Jennifer A. Newberry -- 11:30 AM - 12:00 PM (04:05:00). Resident QA case (M&M case) / Dr. Sundeep Bhat, Dr. Laleh Gharahbaghian.
- Emergency Medicine Conference, 2011-10-26 Video, SUNet ID login required7:30 AM - 8:00 AM (00:07:00). Skin and soft tissue infections / Dr. Steve Foy -- 8:00 AM - 8:30 AM (00:35:40). Soft tissue injury / Dr. Nolan Caldwell -- 8:30 AM - 9:10 AM (01:08:40). Lions and tigers and lizards, oh my! Evidence-based management of mammalian bites and reptile bites (R2 talk: ouch that hurts, Charlie! Mammalian bites and non-snake reptile bites) / Dr. Meghan Schott -- 9:10 AM - 9:30 AM (01:46:45). Emergency Medicine Residents Association Advocacy Week, 2011 (Advocacy) / Dr. Alison Haddock -- 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM (02:05:20). Emergencies in dialysis patients (Senior talk 4: dialysis emergencies) / Dr. Margie Teng -- 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM (03:02:50). EM/CCM Joint Conference: The crashing pulmonary hypertension patient (ICU/ED Joint Collaborative Conference) / Dr. Joseph Tonna, Dr. Lisa Rapoport, [Dr. Tsuyoshi Mitarai] -- 11:30 AM - 12:00 PM (04:07:45). Medical photography 1.0 (Medical photography) / Dr. Rebecca Smith-Coggins.
- Emergency Medicine Conference, [2012-12-19] Video, SUNet ID login required7:30 AM - 8:00 AM (00:01:30). Intracranial and other CNS lesions (Interim lecture: intracranial and other central nervous system lesions) / Dr. Ben Lindquist -- 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM (00:37:50). Code 3 baby (Congenital heart disease) / Dr. Nolan Caldwell -- 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM (01:30:20). Key considerations in the practice of emergency medicine in developing contexts: a story of two pediatric hospitals in Liberia (Pediatric emergency medicine in Liberia) / Dr. Wilson Wang -- 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM (02:39:00). Acute seizure management (Pediatric neurology/neurooncology, pediatric seizure) / Dr. Cynthia J. Campen -- 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM (03:36:45). Metabolic & endocrine emergencies (Senior talk 6: endocrine emergencies) / Dr. Joseph E. Tonna.
- This procedure video demonstrates the use of emergency pericardiocentesis to aspirate fluid in patients with cardiac tamponade.
- Emerging cellular therapeutics for diabetes Video, SUNet ID login required
- Emerging issues in pediatric foodborne illnesses Video, SUNet ID login required
- Emesis in the first six weeks Video, SUNet ID login required
- EMTALA Video, SUNet ID login required
- End of overeating Video, SUNet ID login required
- End of risk-based screening for HIV? Video, SUNet ID login required
- Ending the HIV/AIDS Pandemic-- A Realistic Goal YouTube video
- Endocrinology of aging and the elusive promise of growth hormone Video, SUNet ID login required
- Endometrial biopsy NEJMEndometrial biopsy is an office-based method for evaluating the tissue lining of the uterus. The many indications for endometrial biopsy include abnormal uterine bleeding, postmenopausal bleeding, amenorrhea for a year or longer, evaluation of infertility, evaluation of uterine response to hormone therapy, and follow-up for a Papanicolaou smear that has shown atypical glandular cells. The video demonstrates the technique of endometrial biopsy.
- Ensembl Variations VideoA discussion and review of SNPs and other genetic variations contained in the Ensembl database and query system.
- Environmental degradation and epidemics Video, SUNet ID login required
- Environmental disorders Video, SUNet ID login required
- Enzyme replacement therapy for metabolic disorders Video, SUNet ID login required
- Eosinophilic Esophagitis VideoGI and Allergy-Immunology Collaboration in Care and Presentation. Three case reports were presented by Dr. Berquist. Dr. Nadeau presented allergy evaluation and therapy methods.
- Epidemic of HPV-associated oropharyngeal cancer YouTube video
- Epidemic of invasive Klebsiella infections in Asia reaches Stanford Video, SUNet ID login required
- Epidemiologic flaw catching and bullshit detection Video, SUNet ID login required
- Eradication of polio from planet earth Video, SUNet ID login required
- Escaping Melodrama-- The U.S. STD Experiments in Guatemala and their Aftermath Image or Video, InstructionsDiscusses the Tuskegee Syphilis Study and presents findings about a lesser known syphilis study in Guatemala in the 1940's funded by the National Institute of Health, under the U.S. Public Health Service (PHS). Grant RG65 was "given to the Pan American Sanitary Bureau (later PAHO) under the direction of the Venereal Disease Research Laboratory of the U.S. PHS with the cooperation of the Ministry of Health of Guatemala, the National Army of the Revolution of Guatemala, the National Mental Health Hospital of Guatemala, and the Ministry of Justice of Guatemala." According the the study director, John C. Cutler, the study was designed "to obtain information about methods of prophylaxis against syphilis and the effect of penicillin in the treatment of syphilis". Guatemala was chosen as the site in part because it offered contained populations difficult to find in the U.S.: Commercial sex workers to deliver infection (prostitution was legal), Prisoners, Mental hospital patients, and Soldiers. At the start of the study in 1946, infected prostitutes were paid to visit prison inmates, but the prisoners' cooperation did not persist and a new population was needed. In 1947 the study moved to the national mental hospital and army barracks where men and women were injected with syphilis and offered penicillin as an antidote. The study ended in 1948 and the results were never broadly disseminated until Dr. Cutler's papers were rediscovered.
- Essentials of good writing Video, SUNet ID login required
- Ethical issues in end of life care Video, SUNet ID login required
- Ethical roadmap to translational research Video, SUNet ID login required
- Ethical wills Video"Presented by the Stanford Spiritual Care Program. Maintaining our quality of life as we age means expanding our spiritual and emotional horizons even as we optimize our physical health. The staff chaplains of Stanford Hospital and Clinics will share their learning and reflections, teach nurturing life practices and facilitate conversations filled with meaning"--Website.
- Ethical, legal and medical issues at the end of life Video, SUNet ID login required
- EUA anal fistula AccessSurgery
- Evaluation and management of vaginal bleeding in the emergency department Video, SUNet ID login required
- Evidence for fetal pain Video, SUNet ID login required
- Evidence-based healthcare IT Video, SUNet ID login required
- Evidence-based physical diagnosis Video, SUNet ID login required
- Evil conspiracy between political history and an infectious disease Video, SUNet ID login required
- Evolution of pediatric cardiac surgery Video, SUNet ID login required
- Excision of left cheek lesion with flap advancement AccessSurgery
- Exercise as medicine Video, SUNet ID login required
- Expanding curriculum in medical education Video, SUNet ID login required
- Expanding the boundaries of resident education Video, SUNet ID login required
- Exploring genomic medicine using integrative biology Video, SUNet ID login required
- Exploring genomic medicine using translational bioinformatics Video, SUNet ID login required
- Exploring systems medicine through translational bioinformatics Video, SUNet ID login required
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