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Tara's kids...doing all the same things other kids do!!! A while back
Buck Kyle MD...AKA pediatric cardiologist extraordinaire... is back to
I was recently asked to discuss my best case ever with Anton Helman, MD of Emergency Medicine Cases and then to join Alex Koyfman, MD from EMDocs for a session of "Ask Me Anything."  Both were so much fun and we covered a lot of interesting mat
Welcome back to the show Dr. Buck Kyle!  Dr. Kyle is a attending pediatric cardiologist at Texas Children’s Hospital and on  this episode we will discuss what causes all those little kids to pass out before they come to your ER and then look so
Canon - a general law, rule, principle, or criterion by which something is judgedNo one has changed the face of how we approach difficult airway more than Rich Levitan, MD.  In this episode I review five of Rich's most important contributions t
It is hard to put into words or even imagine the concept of someone int
What's the best oral steroid to treat acute asthma exacerbations you ma
In this episode, the first of a three part series on asthma, we will co
THE DERMA-Q How many times have you seen a square object inserted into
Dr. Facilier begged the question..."Are you ready for Transformation Ce
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You may think that Miley
Red eyes usually come in pairs and so do podcasts on the subject.  In p
Harold Andrew Sloas Jr, DO, CAPT, USN-R is a board certified ophthalmol
I have had the opportunity to work with some truly amazing people in my
One of the most sphincter tightening overdoses to deal with in adults a
Our resident cardiologist Dr. Buck Kyle completes the second part of hi
The Squiggly Line Rule: The more squiggly lines in the outline/border
 The finale in the Urology trilogy.  In this episode Dr. Sean Stroup, C
"Amigo, the only thing in this world that gives orders is balls. Balls.
"Rub your balls, squeeze your balls so you don't get cancer"  ~  Tom Gr
I had the privilege to sit down with one of Canada’s finest, Dr. Amit Shah, and discuss his blinded randomized prospective study concerning one of my favorite procedural medications: Ketofol.This is the evidence based follow-up to my last (more
There are a lot of ways to sedate, but I would like to provide you with a philosophy and the methodology to put together the safest possible sedation package. Please stay tuned for my next episode in which I get a chance to interview Dr. Amit S
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