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How to best identify patients that have a high likelihood of dying in one year?

July 19th, 2017

How to best identify patients that have a high likelihood of dying in one year?

By Daniel Cabrera, M.D. cabreraerdr

Author: Caitlin Loprinzi-Brauer, MD @cloprinzi To determine who should have goals of care discussions, encourage advanced care planning and consider palliative medicine consultation

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Apneic Oxygenation actually works (for some things)

July 15th, 2017

Apneic Oxygenation actually works (for some things)

By Daniel Cabrera, M.D. cabreraerdr

  Author: Lucas Silva (@lucasojesilva12)   In the last few years, the use of apneic oxygenation has been recommended by experts for management of high-risk airway situations, including emergency intubations in the ED (1), and for patients at risk for difficult laryngoscopy and intubation in the operating room (2). The relative simplicity and safety of […]

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Really, how dangerous can it be? Motocross injuries in the emergency department

May 20th, 2017

Really, how dangerous can it be? Motocross injuries in the emergency department

By Daniel Cabrera, M.D. cabreraerdr

Author: Lucas Silva (@lucasojesilva12)

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The Future of Healthcare

April 26th, 2017

The Future of Healthcare

By Daniel Cabrera, M.D. cabreraerdr

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April 10th, 2017

ECMO Rounds: Crash Course

By Daniel Cabrera, M.D. cabreraerdr

Author: Eric Funk, MD (@efunkEM)

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Stick, glue and cone for ear foreign bodies

April 4th, 2017

Stick, glue and cone for ear foreign bodies

By Daniel Cabrera, M.D. cabreraerdr

Author: Jonathan Thornston, M.D.

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Mayo Clinic EM at SAEM 17

March 15th, 2017

Mayo Clinic EM at SAEM 17

By Daniel Cabrera, M.D. cabreraerdr

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An overview of  Healthcare Quality

December 13th, 2016

An overview of Healthcare Quality

By Daniel Cabrera, M.D. cabreraerdr

Author: Venk Bellamkonda (@VenkBellamkonda) Easa Shamih | flickr | no modification | CC BY 2.0

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Integrating patient preferences in the delivery of Emergency Care. Kano analysis predicts change in experience.

December 7th, 2016

Integrating patient preferences in the delivery of Emergency Care. Kano analysis predicts change in experience.

By Daniel Cabrera, M.D. cabreraerdr

Author: Venk Bellamkonda (@VenkBellamkonda)   In our publication in Annals of Emergency Medicine, Pilot Study of Kano “Attractive Quality” Techniques to Identify Change in Emergency Department Patient Experience, we describe our efforts to improve our patient’s perception of receiving concern and sensitivity from their healthcare providers. The project originated in 2012, when our patients reported […]

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Is too sick to go home also too sick for the floor?

November 29th, 2016

Is too sick to go home also too sick for the floor?

By Daniel Cabrera, M.D. cabreraerdr

What patients admitted from the Emergency Department to a general floor/ward will deteriorate? Author Shawna Bellew, MD (@SBellzMD)  

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