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TamingtheSRU

University of Cincinnati Dept of Emergency Medicin

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SRU (pronounced "shrew") = Shock Resuscitation Unit. Training in, and managing, the SRU is one of the crown jewels of our residency. It is a crucible, a test of knowledge and strength, and a true manifestation of the tripartite mission of our Emergency Medicine Department - Leadership, Opportunity, and Excellence. This podcast is produced by the faculty and residents of the Department with the goal of sharing our education freely with one another and our professional community. For more information check out our website at www.tamingthesru.com.

Latest Episodes

Temporal Arteritis

We spent some time as a residency this past month running through a series of asynchronous small group cases. This is the recap of the third case. We cover the approach to a patient presenting with a headache and look at the diagnostic approach to temporal arteritis

13 MINMAY 1
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Temporal Arteritis

A Really Swollen Leg

We spent some time as a residency this past month running through a series of asynchronous small group cases. This is the recap of the second case. We cover the diagnostic approach to the patient with unilateral leg swelling and what happens when DVTs are really really bad

15 MINAPR 17
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A Really Swollen Leg

The A Fib Chicken and Egg and An Unusual Cause of Sepsis

We spent some time as a residency this past month running through a series of asynchronous small group cases. This is the recap of the first case. We cover the initial case set up and the high yield learning points: hitting on an unusual cause of sepsis and what to do with a fib with rvr in the setting of sepsis

36 MINAPR 10
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The A Fib Chicken and Egg and An Unusual Cause of Sepsis

Latest Episodes

Temporal Arteritis

We spent some time as a residency this past month running through a series of asynchronous small group cases. This is the recap of the third case. We cover the approach to a patient presenting with a headache and look at the diagnostic approach to temporal arteritis

13 MINMAY 1
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Temporal Arteritis

A Really Swollen Leg

We spent some time as a residency this past month running through a series of asynchronous small group cases. This is the recap of the second case. We cover the diagnostic approach to the patient with unilateral leg swelling and what happens when DVTs are really really bad

15 MINAPR 17
Comments
A Really Swollen Leg

The A Fib Chicken and Egg and An Unusual Cause of Sepsis

We spent some time as a residency this past month running through a series of asynchronous small group cases. This is the recap of the first case. We cover the initial case set up and the high yield learning points: hitting on an unusual cause of sepsis and what to do with a fib with rvr in the setting of sepsis

36 MINAPR 10
Comments
The A Fib Chicken and Egg and An Unusual Cause of Sepsis

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