Our residents and faculty attended the ALLNYCEM 2017 conference at NYU today! The residency is able to send all residents to attend regional annual conferences in NYC, the NYC metropolitan area, and the Newark and New Brunswick area. Pictured (L>R): Matt Schwartz PGY-3, Joe Mattingly PGY-3, Jen Artick PGY-2, APD Ellen Kurkowski, Jess Shuen PGY-1,… Continue reading ALLNYCEM 2017
Resident Presenter: Kimberly Citarrella PGY III Topic: hyponatremia; intoxication Case Summary: 32 yo Hispanic male w/ PMH EtOH abuse presents as AMS. Per brother, he went on a 1 week drinking binge and may have consumed H2O2. He has been vomiting, last vomitus with some blood. Patient is combative and requiring 4 point restraints. Diaphoretic,… Continue reading Morning Report: Hydrogen Peroxide
Resident Presenter: Chris Norris PGY-1 Case Summary: 6 y.o. female presenting to the ED for rash on the lower extremities. Pt's mother reports pt 2 weeks ago had an URI that was treated supportively, has had some residual cough and rhinorrhea, and starting 8 days ago began having a small erythematous non blanching rash that… Continue reading Morning Report: Henoch-Schonlein Purpura
Resident Presenter: Blake Sonne PGY-3 Case Summary: Pediatric tachycardia in a poorly responsive 10 kg, 9 month old male, diagnosis will ultimately be SVT, HR 240, narrow complex (QRS<0.09 sec), initial pressure 80/50, SpO2 90%. Child will be alert, grunting, RR 40. Pt will be placed on nonrebreather 15L, SpO2 will then result 100%, IV/IO… Continue reading Morning Report: Pediatric Tachycardia
Resident Presenter: Jordan Treworgy PGY-III Case Summary: A 62 yo male with sudden onset weakness and syncope comes to the ED with rapid heart rate in 220s. History of fainting episodes in past and a “heart condition”. Found to be in narrow complex regular rhythm, but family members state WPW. Patient treated with adenosine and converted.… Continue reading Morning Report: WPW
Presenter: Mark Kreimer, DO PGY3 Case: A 75-year-old man with dementia presents to the ED with severe vomiting and diarrhea. He is found to have renal failure and dehydration on his chemistry and a leukocytosis on his cbc. His family states that he has been living home alone and they found him today covered in… Continue reading Morning Report: Colchicine Toxicity
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