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31 episodes, 12 hours 2 mins
Lower abdominal pain
In this podcast we discuss the case of 19 year old female with a history of abdominal pain. She had noticed the pain during a morning lecture and it had initially been mild and generalised. Early associated features included nausea, malaise and she had had two episodes of loose stool. She was a new student and had been living that lifestyle so she thought that it was probably due to alcohol. However in the last couple of hours, the pain had significantly worsened. She described it as constant and sharp. She had vomited and didn’t feel like eating or drinking. She had no further diarrhoea, was passing urine although concentrated. She was advised to come to hospital by the 111 service. There was no PV bleeding, no malena or haeamtemasis and no urinary symptoms. Her last menstrual period was 6 weeks ago and normal, she has a very irregular cycle that can vary from 3-8 weeks. She had well controlled asthma using salbutamol and beclomethasone, no other medications and no drug allergies....
Cardinal Presentation # 1 Abdominal Pain
First in a series of PodCasts for Med Students and Interns on cardinal presentations in EM
Unklare Schmerzen im Bauch – Non-specific abdominal pain
Bauchschmerzen klingen banal, sind für den Rettungsdienst aber alles andere als einfach. Häufig gelingt es nur, eine Verdachtsdiagnose zu stellen. Entscheidend ist, die Transportpriorität festzulegen und die richtige Zielklinik auszuwählen.
CRACKCast E027 - Abdominal Pain
This episode covers Chapter 27 of Rosen's Emergency Medicine. Episode overview: List and explain 8 causes of life-threatening abdominal pain List 15 causes of extra-abdominopelvic abdominal pain Wisecracks: Why is WBC of so little utility in abdominal pain? When is an abdominal x-ray useful in investigating abdominal pain?
Episode 3: Abdominal Pain
Dr. Ronda Mourad and Dr. Jessica Donato are back to discuss abdominal pain. It’s a great case filled with differentials, imaging, common mistakes, etc! LEARNING OBJECTIVES: (1) Develop a differential using a systems-based approach for a patient presenting with abdominal pain (2) Combine your knowledge of anatomy with your HPI, PE, labs & imaging to … Continue reading "Episode 3: Abdominal Pain"
Episode 16: Abdominal Pain & Swelling
We’re very excited to welcome our new guests, Dr. Eliana Bonifacino and Dr. Gaetan Sgro, to our latest episode. Listen and “play along” as we run through problem representations, cognitive biases, and differentials throughout this interesting case! LEARNING OBJECTIVES: (1) List the most common causes of “volume overload” (2) What are the most common causes … Continue reading "Episode 16: Abdominal Pain & Swelling"
Best Case Ever 34: Inferior MI Presenting with Abdominal Pain
In a previous Best Case Ever, 'Thinking Outside the Abdominal Box', Dr. Brian Steinhart reviewed some important can't-miss-diagnoses that can present elusively with abdominal pain. In this Carr's Cases Series on Inferior MI Presenting with Abdominal Pain, we continue in the theme of 'Thinking Outside the Abdominal Box' with David Carr explaining how he figured out that a man presenting with classic biliary colic was diagnosed with an inferior MI with right ventricular extension.
Symptom Check: Abdominal Pain - PediaByte 0634
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Best Case Ever 21 Abdominal Pain – Thinking Outside the Box
As a bonus to Episode 42 on Mesenteric Ischemia & Pancreatitis, Dr. Brian Steinhart presents his Best Case Ever of Abodominal Pain – Thinking Outside the Box. While about 10% of abdominal pain presentations to the ED are surgical, there are a variety of abdominal pain presentations that have diagnoses outside the abdomen – so one needs to be thinking outside the box. In the related episode, Dr. Steinhart, (one of my biggest mentors – the doc that everyone turns to when no one can figure out what’s going on with a patient in the ED), & Dr. Dave Dushenski, (a master of quality assurance and data analysis, who would give David Newman a run for his money), discuss the 4 diagnoses that make up the deadly & difficult diagnosis of Mesenteric Ischemia, it’s key historical and physical exam features, the value of serum lactate, D-dimer & blood gas, when CT can be misleading, ED management of Mesenteric Ischemia, the difficult post-ERCP abdominal pain patient, the pitfalls in management ...
Abdominal Pains: Early Warning Signs for Common Hernia and Gall Bladder Problems?
Many people suffer from various types of abdominal pains they think are diet or stress related when in fact it could be a hernia or gall bladder problem that is easily treated. Dr. McAllister helps explain the early warning signs you should know to prevent a simple hernia or gall bladder issue from becoming a more critical health risk.
Abdominal Pain in Children Episode I: Serious Causes
Dr. Colin Gilhooley came down to start the Abdominal Pain in Children Saga by discussing serious 'never miss causes. You can find the blog for this podcast and more resources at www.takeaurally.com. You can find Take Aurally on both Facebook and Twitter. NUH DREEAM is on both Facebook and Twitter.
Episode 19 Part 1: Pediatric Abdominal Pain and Appendicitis
In Part 1 of this Episode on Pediatric Abdominal Pain, Dr. Anna Jarvis, "the mother of pediatric emergency medicine" & Dr. Stephen Freedman, one of the world's pre-eminent pediatric EM researchers, discuss the nuances of the history, physical and work up of Pediatric Abdominal Pain & Appendicitis and key pearls on how to distinguish serious surgical causes from the very common diagnosis of gastroenteritis. An in-depth discussion on the pearls of the history, physical exam, lab tests, imaging including serial ultrasounds vs CT abdomen, clinical decision rules such as the Alvarado Score, best analgesics and antibiotics in pediatric appendicitis follows.
Abdominal Pain in Children Episode II: Common Causes
Dr Colin Gilhooley and Dr Jamie Thomas talk about the common causes of abdominal pain in children. Don't forget to visit www.takeaurally.com for more information. You can find Take Aurally and NUH DREEAM on both Facebook and Twitter.
Abdominal Pain in Later Pregnancy
Having caught up with our favourite registrar in Obstetrics & Gynaecology Dr Anna Richmond at UMEC 2018 she came down to the DREEAM recording studio to record a few more episodes with us. In this first episode she discusses Abdominal Pain in Later Pregnancy including: - A definition of later pregnancy - The pregnancy related and non-pregnancy related causes - The steps taken in managing our patient - Blowing Jamie's mind that there's a blood test for imminent labour!!!!!! Anna will be back to take us through Reduced Fetal Movements in Pregnancy and Ovarian Cysts in future episodes. The blog entry including the #TakeVisually for this episode can be found at TakeAurally.com. Remember both Take Aurally and NUH DREEAM can be found on Facebook and Twitter!
Clinical Case Study: Unusual Cause of Abdominal Pain and Anemia
Exposure to lead in adults is typically via occupational or environmental exposures. The incidence of lead poisoning have declined worldwide due to improved industrial safety measures and the limited use of lead in paint, pipes, and canned goods. Though an increasing number of lead intoxications have been caused by the use of contaminated illicit drugs, including opium, marijuana and amphetamine, this may be due to impurities introduced during manufacturing or from deliberate addition to increase the weight for a higher selling price. A Clinical Case Study in the December 2017 issue of Clinical Chemistry discusses a series of adult patients who presented with similar symptoms and were discovered to have extremely elevated blood lead concentrations.
Episode 3. Evaluation and Managment of Functional Abdominal Pain in Children
Listen in as we put our DO Hats on and discuss this issue with an osteopathic perspective. Presented by: Elaine Ho, DO; Anne L. Hutchinson, DO; and Kari Beth Watts, DO Based on the article, Evaluation and Managment of Functional Abdominal Pain in Children, by Robert Malinak, DO, of the University of Pikeville Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine, that was published in the Osteopathic Family Physician Journal in the September/October issue.
CRACKCast E027 - Abdominal Pain
CRACKCast (Core Rosen's and Clinical Knowledge) helps residents to "Turn on their learn on" through podcasts that assist with exam prep by covering essential core content. Physicians as Humans explores the struggles that physicians face and how they have overcome them. From addictions, mental health issues, and all manner of personal crises will be discussed to help let those who are currently struggling know that they are not alone. CanadiEM aims to improve emergency care in Canada by building an online community of practice for healthcare practitioners and providing them with high quality, freely available educational resources.
Abdominal Pain in Children
Common conditions like gastroenteritis and constipation can mimic more significant diagnoses such as appendicitis and intussusception, so how do we sort the plain old tummy-ache from the more serious causes? In this PEMcast we take a quick tour through the causes of abdominal pain in children.
Approach to Abdominal Pain
Presented by Fred E. Kency, Jr., MD, Resident at University of Mississippi Medical Center and current RSA RSA board member, and Jonathan S. Jones, MD FAAEM, Emergency Physician and current AAEM board member. Intro music by Akashic Records, "Key to Success - Discover the Possibility" from the album "Corporate Presentation - Key to Success," powered by JAMENDO.
Chronic Abdominal Pain
This podcast addresses chronic abdominal pain in children. It gives medical students an approach to the history and physical examination in chronic abdominal pain and discusses the role of investigations. 'Red Flag' findings on history and physical exam are stressed. We specifically discuss Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Inflammatory Bowel Disease, Peptic Ulcer Disease, Constipation, Lactose Intolerance and Functional Abdominal Pain.This episode was written by Peter MacPherson and Dr. Melanie Lewis. Peter is a medical student at the University of Alberta. Dr. Lewis is a general pediatrician and an Associate Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Alberta and Stollery Children's Hospital. She is also the Clerkship Director. Related Content: Case:Rectal bleeding in an 8 year old male
Abdominal Pain Secrets in EM
Live 2019 CME Conference Information available at www.Emergency-Medicine-Institute.com. Chest pain, SOB and ABD pain are elemental complaints for anyone working in EM.
V2E4 - Abdominal Pain
Reviewing what to do with patients with abdominal pain - both acute and chronic - especially how to tell which ones you need to be worried about
Acute abdominal pain
This episode covers an approach to children with acute abdominal pain. The podcast covers an approach to history, an approach to physical examination, discusses investigations and lists indications for a surgical consult.This episode was written by Peter MacPherson and Dr. Melanie Lewis. Peter is a medical student at the University of Alberta. Dr. Lewis is a general pediatrician and an Associate Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Alberta and Stollery Children's Hospital. She is also the Clerkship Director. Related Content: Case:Acute Abdominal Pain in a 14 year old female Case:Abdominal Pain in a 4 month old female Case:Abdominal Pain in a 8 year old Podcast:Urologic Emergencies Podcast:Approach to Intussusception
Episode 22.0 – Extra-Abdominal Causes of Abdominal Pain
This week we'll discuss some common causes of abdominal pain that originate in extra-abdominal pathology. https://media.blubrry.com/coreem/content.blubrry.com/coreem/Episode_22_0_Abdominal_Pain_Final_Cut.m4a Download Leave a Comment Tags: Abdominal Pain Show Notes Life in the Fast Lane: Metabolic Causes of Abdominal Pain Read More
#132 A Case of Abdominal Pain
Sharpen your diagnostic schema for abdominal pain and eosinophilia with this mystery case http://hdx.org/Rxg (click link to follow along). Reza Manesh MD, editor of Global Morning Report at The Human Diagnosis Project aka Human Dx attempts to solve this challenging case with the help of The Curbsiders. Use this link http://hdx.org/Rxg to follow along with the case on the Human Dx app and check out more Global Morning Report cases. Full show notes available at http://thecurbsiders.com/podcast. Join our mailing list and receive a PDF copy of our show notes every Monday. Rate us on iTunes, recommend a guest or topic and give feedback at email@example.com. Credits Written and produced by: Hannah R Abrams Hosts: Matthew Watto MD, Paul Williams MD, Stuart Brigham MD Edited by: Matthew Watto MD Guest: Reza Manesh MD Special thanks to: Steph Sherman, Zaven Sargsyan, Anand Jagannath, John Inou Hwang, and Rabih Geha for contributing and editing the cases; and to Tyler Brandon for helpin...
Our first podcast kicks off with a bang — the massive topic of Abdominal Pain! As we're just getting started, feedback (and corrections) are greatly appreciated. Please do get in touch via email or twitter (https://twitter.com/bradybouchard) . This week's links: * The Low FODMAP Diet — Stanford Health Care (2009) (http://shc.is/1KkppIY)
Abdominal pain is one of the most common complaints in the ED. In this podcast we will review how to get a good history, how to do a solid abdominal exam, and a systematic method for figuring out how to effectively use imaging with to make a diagnosis or, at the very least, rule out "the badness".
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