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Podcast Ep 47: Salicylate Toxicity, Carbon Monoxide Poisoning, & More
If you fell down yesterday, stand up today. –H. G. Wells Welcome back to RoshCast for Episode 47! Let’s kick off this episode with a review of Neisseria meningitides, an important topic for clinical practice and personal safety. Neisseria meningitides is highly contagious and antibiotic prophylaxis is indicated for close contacts of an infected patient, including read more…
Podcast Ep 32: Iron Overdose, Fundal Height, Serotonin Syndrome, & More
Somewhere, something incredible is waiting to be known. -Sharon Begley Welcome back to Roshcast Episode 32! We are returning to our regular format – letting the question back randomly generate this week’s material. We will have another collaborative episode with the EM Clerkship podcast soon. We start this episode off with another rapid review based on read more…
Podcast Ep 30: Status Epilepticus, Isoniazid Toxicity, Hyponatrem
Only I can change my life. No one can do it for me. -Carol Burnett Welcome back to Episode 30! First, we must congratulate Sean for winning the trauma ring tone challenge by being the first to respond after the episode release. An honorable mention goes out to Nich and Dhinakar. Stay tuned for future read more…
Rapid Review: Anticholinergic Toxidrome
Anticholinergic Toxidrome PE will show hyperthermia, tachycardia, mydriasis, and dry skin Treatment is supportive care alone or in combination with antidotal therapy with physostigmine Comments: Classes of medications with anticholinergic properties include antihistamines, tricyclic antidepressants, and sleep aids Mnemonic: “Mad as a hatter” (AMS), “blind as a bat” (mydraisis), “red as a beet” (flushed skin), “hot as a hare”(anhydrosis), and “dry as read more…
Podcast Ep 26: Retinal Detachment, Meningitis, Chicken Pox & More
There are two ways of spreading light: to be the candle or the mirror that reflects it. -Edith Wharton Welcome back to Episode 26! Remember to listen for a trauma ring tone and if you hear one send us the time via email or tweet us @Roshcast with the time you hear it. This week, read more…
Podcast Ep 25: Acute Mountain Sickness, Hyperthyroidism, & More
Welcome back to Episode 25 — our silver anniversary episode! It was great connecting with a few listeners recently at SAEM. At the beginning of this week’s episode, we announced a new contest – be the first to tweet to us (@Roshcast) or email (Roshcast@roshreview.com) the exact time in episodes 26-30 that you hear a trauma phone ring tone to win a 30-day subscription to Rosh Review! First, let us get started with a rapid review covering fish poisonings.
Podcast Ep 24: Preeclampsia, Scombroid, Influenza, HACE, & More
Shoot for the moon and if you miss you will be among the stars. -Les Brown Welcome back to Episode 24! We are coming to you live from Orlando at SAEM this week. Ok, it is not exactly live, but we are launching this episode from Orlando. Although the venue has changed, we have the read more…
Podcast Ep 18: In-Training Exam Review (3 of 3) OB/GYN & More
Welcome back to Episode 18! This is the last and final rapid review before the In-Training Exam! Remember to pause the podcast as you go through the review and quiz yourself. Let’s get started with Ob/GYN.