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REBEL Cast

Salim R. Rezaie, MD

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REBEL Cast
REBEL Cast

REBEL Cast

Salim R. Rezaie, MD

4
Followers
6
Plays
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For those who haven’t checked out the site already R.E.B.E.L. EM stands for Rational Evidence Based Evaluation of Literature in Emergency Medicine. The blog was launched in October 2013, and continues to grow every month, and with that growth we are excited to give you REBEL Cast. This podcast will review evidence based literature and end with a clinical take home point for your clinical practice.

Latest Episodes

Triage ECGs: Reducing Interruptions in a Busy ED

Background: Lets face it. All of us have been interrupted by the onslaught of triage ECGs for interpretation. This constant flow of pink paper with...

-1 s2017 MAR 9
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Triage ECGs: Reducing Interruptions in a Busy ED

Episode 34 – The Death of Mechanical CPR (mCPR)?

Background: The two most important things that we can do in cardiac arrest to improve survival and neurologically intact outcomes is high quality CPR, with...

23 MIN2017 MAR 23
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Episode 34 – The Death of Mechanical CPR (mCPR)?

Episode 35 – Non Operative Treatment of Appendicitis (NOTA)

Background: Historically the treatment of uncomplicated appendicitis has been appendectomy. The first appendectomy performeddates back to 1735 done byClaudius Amyand. Appendectomy has been the standard...

-1 s2017 APR 3
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Episode 35 – Non Operative Treatment of Appendicitis (NOTA)

Latest Episodes

Triage ECGs: Reducing Interruptions in a Busy ED

Background: Lets face it. All of us have been interrupted by the onslaught of triage ECGs for interpretation. This constant flow of pink paper with...

-1 s2017 MAR 9
Comments
Triage ECGs: Reducing Interruptions in a Busy ED

Episode 34 – The Death of Mechanical CPR (mCPR)?

Background: The two most important things that we can do in cardiac arrest to improve survival and neurologically intact outcomes is high quality CPR, with...

23 MIN2017 MAR 23
Comments
Episode 34 – The Death of Mechanical CPR (mCPR)?

Episode 35 – Non Operative Treatment of Appendicitis (NOTA)

Background: Historically the treatment of uncomplicated appendicitis has been appendectomy. The first appendectomy performeddates back to 1735 done byClaudius Amyand. Appendectomy has been the standard...

-1 s2017 APR 3
Comments
Episode 35 – Non Operative Treatment of Appendicitis (NOTA)

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