January Annals of EM audio summary/podcast is posted


This month has the goods, as always. Highlights:

-How cumbersome are the time-related CMS measures?
-Variability in admission rates for pneumonia among EPs
-STEMIs can get to the cath lab quickly even during crowding
-Stroke mimics: very common, or rare? And how often do they bleed with lytics?
-Disagreement between EPs and neurologists in diagnosing TIA
-Dengue fever – one of the biggest prospective studies you’ll EVER see…
-Poison Centers, an increasingly important public health tool, and a half century of evolution
-Snapshot Review: Steroids for Bells Palsy

And more, just tune in. Email any time, annalsaudio@acep.org

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