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Episode 39: Clinical Care Tips – All About Premature Closure and the Rule I Have for It

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Release Date: 05/23/2022

Episode 41: Clinical Care Tips – Some More Tips About Resuscitations and “Partially Treated Disasters” show art Episode 41: Clinical Care Tips – Some More Tips About Resuscitations and “Partially Treated Disasters”

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My nurses and my team often appreciate some of these rules and they are also the right thing to do for our patients.   As always, Please consider supporting PEM Rules by clicking below  

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Episode 40: Child Life in the Pediatric ER show art Episode 40: Child Life in the Pediatric ER

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Sometimes the people who help me the most in the ER are not even clinicians. They are the child life specialists who help my patients (and therefore me) have a better / easier experience. Jessie is one of our child life specialists who helps me be a more compassionate physician.

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Episode 39: Clinical Care Tips – All About Premature Closure and the Rule I Have for It show art Episode 39: Clinical Care Tips – All About Premature Closure and the Rule I Have for It

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Premature closure is something that all clinician deal with. This rule helped me avoid it in the past. In the end, it all boils down to rule number 47 (see episode 11).  As always, Please consider supporting PEM Rules by clicking below  

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Episode 38: PEM Nursing in the Pediatric ED show art Episode 38: PEM Nursing in the Pediatric ED

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What is the role of the PEM nurses in the Pediatric ED? and how do they help me do a better job? Who is the ideal PEM attending? I discuss this and other topics with one of our fantastic Pediatric EM nurses, Elizabeth  

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Episode 37: Clinical Care Tips -Who to Monitor, Pin-pointing Problems, and How to Have Better Outcome In Resuscitations show art Episode 37: Clinical Care Tips -Who to Monitor, Pin-pointing Problems, and How to Have Better Outcome In Resuscitations

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This episode is about knowing who (not what) to monitor, helping your team by pin-pointing and naming the problem and how to (hopefully) have good outcome in resuscitations by having the parents present. 

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Special Announcement - PEM Rules Is Also a Monthly Column show art Special Announcement - PEM Rules Is Also a Monthly Column

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Thank you all for listening to the podcast in the last 15 months. I am excited to announce that PEM Rules is now a column in the journal EP monthly. Please check out the link below to read the "PEM Rules Philosophy".  Also please consider supporting PEM Rules by clicking on the link below.    

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Episode 36: Clinical Care Tips – About You, Part 6 show art Episode 36: Clinical Care Tips – About You, Part 6

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How to give yourself credit all the work you do, what to “look at” during your shift and how to manage your time

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Episode 35: Physician Assistants, Nurse practitioners (AKA APP’s) in the Pediatric Emergency Department. show art Episode 35: Physician Assistants, Nurse practitioners (AKA APP’s) in the Pediatric Emergency Department.

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APP’s are the people I can’t do without. They are helpful, motivated and often teach me more than I teach them. I love having them around. 

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Episode 34: Clinical Care Tips – How to Be Ready For Intubation, How To Use Your Resources Well And Why You Should Do Things Step By Step show art Episode 34: Clinical Care Tips – How to Be Ready For Intubation, How To Use Your Resources Well And Why You Should Do Things Step By Step

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It is not very often that I intubate an asthmatic but when I do I always think about PEM rule number 91. Rule Number 92 is meant to help me be more efficient and do what is right for my patients and rule number 93 helps me to things one step at a time. 

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Episode 33: Clinical Care Tips – What to Do With “Problems”, How Often to Evaluate Your Patients and Remembering That Sometimes You Just Can’t Go Wrong. show art Episode 33: Clinical Care Tips – What to Do With “Problems”, How Often to Evaluate Your Patients and Remembering That Sometimes You Just Can’t Go Wrong.

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When you are faced with a problem try to keep it small, remember your patients are yours as long as they are in the department. And keep in mind, During the initial stages of resuscitations, you simply can’t go wrong

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Premature closure is something that all clinician deal with. This rule helped me avoid it in the past. In the end, it all boils down to rule number 47 (see episode 11). 

As always, Please consider supporting PEM Rules by clicking below

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