You should have gotten an email with a link to your House’s spreadsheet  for this month.
To receive credit:
  1. Choose four hour’s worth of the below material.
  2. Put at least 12 pearls/pro-tips/factoids you learned into your House spreadsheet.
Due By: 11/25 @ midnight
Remember that your entries will be used for the competition questions, so make sure you know things the other House’s don’t!
  • Resources are sorted based on Tintinalli chapters then from shortest to longest credit. (AKA most ADD-friendly to least ADD-friendly!).
  • Times are derived from estimated reading/listening/viewing times rounded slightly upwards on average to account for comprehension time.
  • 🔊-Podcast        🗞-Blog        📽-Video       📑-Textbook

 

Suck It Up Buttercup (Pain management)

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1: 📑 ( 25 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 38 “Chronic Pain”. (8th Edition: Pages 256-263)
2: 📑 ( 30 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 35 “Acute Pain Management”. (8th Edition: Pages 231-237)
3: 📑 ( 30 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 37 “Procedural Sedation”. (8th Edition: Pages 249-255)
4: 📑 ( 40 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 36 “Local and Regional Anesthesia”. (8th Edition: Pages 238-248)
5. 📽 (10 Minutes): 5 Minute Sono Blog : “The Full Hand Block” Website.
  • Many of you probably already perform isolated ulnar, median and radial nerve blocks. But… what about all three of them at the same time? Here we talk about a case where we anesthetized the entire hand using 3 nerve blocks at the forearm. Check it out
6. 📽 (25 Minutes): Ultrasound Podcast: “Femoral Nerve” Website.
  • Femoral nerve blocks. How can you do it easily? Ultrasound of course! Watch this latest episode and be one of the cool kids. Knock that femoral nerve block out like a pro. Every time.
7. 🗞 (45 Minutes): CoreEM: “Common Forearm Nerve Blocks” Website
  • A little numbing in the right place goes a long way

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Center Mass

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8: 📑 ( 15 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 264 “Trauma to the Flank and Buttocks”. (8th Edition: Pages 1765-1766)
9: 📑 ( 20 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 263 “Abdominal Trauma”. (8th Edition: Pages 1761-1764)
10: 📑 ( 25 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 265 “Genitourinary Trauma”. (8th Edition: Pages 1767-1771)
11: 📑 ( 30 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 272 “Pelvis Injuries”. (8th Edition: Pages 1842-1847)
12: 📑 ( 40 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 262 “Cardiac Trauma”. (8th Edition: Pages 1752-1760)
13: 📑 ( 45 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 261 “Pulmonary Trauma”. (8th Edition: Pages 1740-1751)

 

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Hokey Pokey Time

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14: 📑 ( 20 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 278 “Compartment Syndrome”. (8th Edition: Pages 1883-1886)
15: 📑 ( 25 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 266 “Trauma to the Extremities”. (8th Edition: Pages 1772-1776)
16. 🗞 (20 Minutes): CoreEM: “Opiates in Extremity Injuries” Website
  • Article review. Do they all need opiates?
17. 🔊 (20 Minutes): EMRap: “LIN Session – Peds Ortho Emergencies, Urgencies, and This Can Wait” Website
  • Sometimes it is ok just to splint and send home to follow up.
18. 🔊 (30 Minutes): EMRap: “Pediatric Pearls – The Dirty Truth About Salter Harris Fractures” Website
  • We all know the classification, but does it really mean what we thought?
19. 🗞 (30 Minutes): CoreEM: “Compartment Syndrome” Website
  • Just cause you know what to look for doesn’t mean you should wait until you see it before you start thinking about it
20. 🗞 (40 Minutes): emDocs: “Occult Fractures and Dislocations” Website
  • Just cause you don’t see them doesn’t mean they aren’t there. How do you evaluate for these when the xray just isn’t that obvious?
21. 🔊 (60 Minutes): Emergency Medicine Cases: “Commonly Missed Uncommon Orthopedic Injuries” Website
  • Let’s hear what EM doc and sports medicine guru Ivy Cheng, and the orthopedic surgeon who everyone at North York General turns to when they need help with a difficult ortho case, Hossein Medhian, have to say about Commonly Missed Uncommon Orthopedic Injuries.

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Give ‘Em A Hand

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22. 🗞 (15 Minutes): AliEM: “Pediatric Trick of the Trade: Finger Immobilization Technique” Website
  • Learned the hard way, telling a toddler to “hold still,” probably not gonna work.
23. 🗞 (20 Minutes): REBEL EM: “Should we give fingertip amputations with exposed bone prophylactic antibiotics?” Website
  • Feel like the title is pretty self explanatory. Not gonna get spoilers from me. If you want to know the answer you gotta click and read…
24. 🗞 (20 Minutes): Radiopedia: “Scaphoid Fracture” Website
  • Classic FOOSH injury, but can you spot it on xray?
25. 🗞 (30 Minutes): AliEM: “Diagnosing the Central Slip Injury” Website
  • Dorsal finger lacerations, did it hit the ligament? And who is Elson?
26. 🗞 (60 Minutes): AliEM: “Extensor tendon injuries of the hand” Website
  • That dorsal hand lac… could be trouble. Good breakdown with videos and takeaway points.

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Armed and Less Dangerous Because It’s Broken

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27: 📑 ( 75 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 271 “Shoulder and Humerus Injuries”. (8th Edition: Pages 1828-1841)
28. 📽 (10 Minutes): Emergency Medicine Cases: “Distal Radius Fracture POCUS” Website.
  • Ultrasound for fracture diagnosis and reduction? Would you use it?
29. 🗞 (20 Minutes): CoreEM: “Clavicle Fractures” Website
  • When do you need to intervene?
30. 🗞 (40 Minutes): CoreEM: “Elbow Dislocation” Website
  • There’s a lot of important stuff nearby, don’t mess up the reduction…

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Limp Along

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31: 📑 ( 15 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 275 “Leg Injuries”. (8th Edition: Pages 1865-1867)
32: 📑 ( 30 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 276 “Ankle Injuries”. (8th Edition: Pages 1868-1875)
33: 📑 ( 30 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 277 “Foot Injuries”. (8th Edition: Pages 1876-1882)
34: 📑 ( 40 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 274 “Knee Injuries”. (8th Edition: Pages 1857-1864)
35: 📑 ( 45 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 273 “Hip and Femur Inuries”. (8th Edition: Pages 1848-1856)
36. 📽 (10 Minutes): Browncoat Nation: “Soundwave Sessions: Ankle Injury” Website.
  • Ultrasounding the ankle? Absolutely (extra credit if you use a water bath)
37. 🔊 (10 Minutes): EMRap: “Clots and Casts” Website
  • You’ve immobilized their leg for the next few weeks, are they gonna get a DVT?
38. 🗞 (15 Minutes): CoreEM: “Calcaneus Fractures” Website
  • Some important take home points in this one
39. 🔊 (15 Minutes): EMRap: “Femur Fractures” Website
  • Known as one of the places you can bleed out and die, femur fractures can really ruin someone’s day.
40. 🗞 (20 Minutes): Radiopedia: “Ankle Radiograph (an approach)” Website
  • We all have a way to read a chest xray, but do you have one for the ankle?
41. 🗞 (20 Minutes): CoreEM: “ACL Injuries” Website
  • Simple review of ACL Injuries
42. 🗞 (20 Minutes): CoreEM: “Ankle Fractures” Website
  • So many different classifications…
43. 🗞 (40 Minutes): AliEM: “Extensor Tendon Lacerations to the Foot” Website
  • You know those rules about wearing closed toe shoes? This is why they exist.
44. 🗞 (60 Minutes): Core EM: “True Knee and Patellar Dislocations” Website
  • Videos, pictures, and relocation techniques.
45. 🔊 (80 Minutes): Emergency Medicine Cases: “Commonly Missed Ankle Injuries” Website
  • With the help of Canada’s leading ED-ortho educator Arun Sayal, the brains behind The CASTED Course, and Hossein Mehdian, an Orthopedic surgeon at North York General, we cover a general way of thinking about ankle injuries, the limitations of the Ottawa Ankle Rules, a simplified approach to the ankle x-ray, the importance of identifying an external rotation mechanism of injury and much more…

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Assault and Abuse

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46: 📑 ( 15 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 294 “Intimate Partner Violence and Abuse”. (8th Edition: Pages 1988-1990)
47: 📑 ( 30 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 293 “Female and Male Sexual Assault”. (8th Edition: Pages 1983-1987)
48: 📑 ( 30 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 295 “Abuse of the Elderly and Impaired”. (8th Edition: Pages 1991-1996)

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