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Sean M. Fox

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EMGuidewire's Podcast

EMGuidewire's Podcast

Sean M. Fox

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Join the faculty and residents of Carolinas Emergency Medicine Residency Program, one of the oldest programs in the country, as they explore some of the Core Concepts of Emergency Medicine as well as many of the niche environments of this important arena of specialty care.

Latest Episodes

Point of Care Ultrasound for COVID-19 Patients

Join the EMGuideWire team as they explore the use of Point-of-Care Ultrasound for the evaluation of patients with possible COVID-19 infection. Dr. Patrick Lam, from the Carolinas Medical Center Department of Emergency Medicine Department Division of Ultrasound, will guide us on the techniques and pro-tips for this application.

27 MINAPR 22
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Point of Care Ultrasound for COVID-19 Patients

Healthcare Disparities and COVID Pandemic

Join EMGuideWire team as they listen in to EM Residency Conference at Carolinas Medical Center (in Charlotte, NC) and learn from Emily MacNeill, MD as she discusses "What Happens When a Disease Management System Crashes into a Public Health Crisis."

42 MINAPR 15
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Healthcare Disparities and COVID Pandemic

Neurologic Manifestations and Complications of COVID-19

Join the EMGuideWire team as they learn from one of the world's foremost experts in neurologic emergencies, Dr. Andrew Asimos. This episode will address the Neurologic Manifestations and Complications of the COVID-19 Infection.

46 MINAPR 11
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Neurologic Manifestations and Complications of COVID-19

Hydroxychloroquine Toxicity

Join the EMGuideWire team as they listen to Dr. Geib discuss how to recognize and manage Hydroxychloroquine toxicity, which may become more prevalent during the current COVID-19 pandemic.

24 MINAPR 4
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Hydroxychloroquine Toxicity

ARDS Management during COVID 19

Join the EMGuideWire team as they learn from Critical Care fellow, Dr. Russell Trigonis while he addresses the important aspects of managing ARDS in patients with COVID-19 infections.

52 MINAPR 4
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ARDS Management during COVID 19

Trauma and Pregnancy

-Physiologic changes of pregnancy: physiologic anemia, decreased SVR, increased HR, increased RR, and pelvic vessel engorgement -Traumatic complications: placental abruption, preterm labor (PTL), uterine rupture, and pelvic fx -Abruption triad = abd pain, large for dates uterus, vaginal bleeding -Perform cervical check to eval for PTL Obtain Type and Screen and KB test -Give Rhogam if mom is Rh neg. 50 mcg if <12 wks, 300mcg if > 12 wks -Check fetal HR after E-FAST, nml is 120-160

15 MINFEB 26
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Trauma and Pregnancy

Ludwig's Angina

Join the EMGuideWire Crew as they discuss Ludwig's Angina and the management Priorities!!! - Secure the airway EARLY! - Prepare and be ready for a difficult airway — expect that the patient will require a surgical airway - Prevent the development of septic shock and multi-organ failure — give antibiotics early

12 MINJAN 31
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Ludwig's Angina

SVC Syndrome

Join the EMGuideWire team as they discuss Superior Vena Cava Syndrome!

9 MINJAN 16
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SVC Syndrome

NonFatal Strangulation and Domestic Violence

Topic: Nonfatal Strangulation -Strangulation victims are 750% more likely to become a homicide victim. -Strangulation is not choking. Call it what it is. -External exam findings are often not present and do not rule out internal injury. -History is key. Look for neck pain, dizziness, vision/hearing changes, dysphagia, and SOB. -Most common internal injury is hyoid fracture. -Suspect strangulation? Get CTA neck. Neuro findings? Get non-con CT head + MRI brain. Summarized by Travis Barlock, MD PGY-1

16 MIN2019 NOV 9
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NonFatal Strangulation and Domestic Violence

Running a Code

-Preparation is everything. Get your staff, and get your stuff! -Call out names and say what you are thinking out loud. -Don’t go for the tube! Supraglottic airways are quicker and safer! -High quality compressions! -V-tach/V-fib are usually ischemic. PEA is usually non-cardiac. -PEA? Is it Wide or Narrow? -U/S is your friend. -Wide complex (but not V-tach) is hyperkalemia until proven otherwise. Provide Calcium Chloride (not gluconate).

13 MIN2019 OCT 25
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Running a Code

Latest Episodes

Point of Care Ultrasound for COVID-19 Patients

Join the EMGuideWire team as they explore the use of Point-of-Care Ultrasound for the evaluation of patients with possible COVID-19 infection. Dr. Patrick Lam, from the Carolinas Medical Center Department of Emergency Medicine Department Division of Ultrasound, will guide us on the techniques and pro-tips for this application.

27 MINAPR 22
Comments
Point of Care Ultrasound for COVID-19 Patients

Healthcare Disparities and COVID Pandemic

Join EMGuideWire team as they listen in to EM Residency Conference at Carolinas Medical Center (in Charlotte, NC) and learn from Emily MacNeill, MD as she discusses "What Happens When a Disease Management System Crashes into a Public Health Crisis."

42 MINAPR 15
Comments
Healthcare Disparities and COVID Pandemic

Neurologic Manifestations and Complications of COVID-19

Join the EMGuideWire team as they learn from one of the world's foremost experts in neurologic emergencies, Dr. Andrew Asimos. This episode will address the Neurologic Manifestations and Complications of the COVID-19 Infection.

46 MINAPR 11
Comments
Neurologic Manifestations and Complications of COVID-19

Hydroxychloroquine Toxicity

Join the EMGuideWire team as they listen to Dr. Geib discuss how to recognize and manage Hydroxychloroquine toxicity, which may become more prevalent during the current COVID-19 pandemic.

24 MINAPR 4
Comments
Hydroxychloroquine Toxicity

ARDS Management during COVID 19

Join the EMGuideWire team as they learn from Critical Care fellow, Dr. Russell Trigonis while he addresses the important aspects of managing ARDS in patients with COVID-19 infections.

52 MINAPR 4
Comments
ARDS Management during COVID 19

Trauma and Pregnancy

-Physiologic changes of pregnancy: physiologic anemia, decreased SVR, increased HR, increased RR, and pelvic vessel engorgement -Traumatic complications: placental abruption, preterm labor (PTL), uterine rupture, and pelvic fx -Abruption triad = abd pain, large for dates uterus, vaginal bleeding -Perform cervical check to eval for PTL Obtain Type and Screen and KB test -Give Rhogam if mom is Rh neg. 50 mcg if <12 wks, 300mcg if > 12 wks -Check fetal HR after E-FAST, nml is 120-160

15 MINFEB 26
Comments
Trauma and Pregnancy

Ludwig's Angina

Join the EMGuideWire Crew as they discuss Ludwig's Angina and the management Priorities!!! - Secure the airway EARLY! - Prepare and be ready for a difficult airway — expect that the patient will require a surgical airway - Prevent the development of septic shock and multi-organ failure — give antibiotics early

12 MINJAN 31
Comments
Ludwig's Angina

SVC Syndrome

Join the EMGuideWire team as they discuss Superior Vena Cava Syndrome!

9 MINJAN 16
Comments
SVC Syndrome

NonFatal Strangulation and Domestic Violence

Topic: Nonfatal Strangulation -Strangulation victims are 750% more likely to become a homicide victim. -Strangulation is not choking. Call it what it is. -External exam findings are often not present and do not rule out internal injury. -History is key. Look for neck pain, dizziness, vision/hearing changes, dysphagia, and SOB. -Most common internal injury is hyoid fracture. -Suspect strangulation? Get CTA neck. Neuro findings? Get non-con CT head + MRI brain. Summarized by Travis Barlock, MD PGY-1

16 MIN2019 NOV 9
Comments
NonFatal Strangulation and Domestic Violence

Running a Code

-Preparation is everything. Get your staff, and get your stuff! -Call out names and say what you are thinking out loud. -Don’t go for the tube! Supraglottic airways are quicker and safer! -High quality compressions! -V-tach/V-fib are usually ischemic. PEA is usually non-cardiac. -PEA? Is it Wide or Narrow? -U/S is your friend. -Wide complex (but not V-tach) is hyperkalemia until proven otherwise. Provide Calcium Chloride (not gluconate).

13 MIN2019 OCT 25
Comments
Running a Code
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