Essentials of EM

Essentials 2014

13th Annual Conference

Experience EEM 2014 today! Over 1,700 of your colleagues have already experienced Essentials of Emergency Medicine 2014. Do not miss your opportunity to participate in this unparalleled educational experience.

Your Digital Package includes:

  • Lifetime access to the 2014 conference videos
  • 76 additional bonus lectures, produced in our state-of-the-art studios
  • A total of 30+ hours of the world’s most entertaining CME
  • Audio files of the entire course
  • The course syllabus in a convenient PDF format
  • Online access to the 2007-2011 EEM conference audio and videos (120+ hours total)

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22.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ plus 8.75 Bonus AMA PRA Category 1 Credits

Schedule

  • 26 minutesOpening Madness / Keynote: Why we do Emergency MedicineMel Herbert, MD
  • 19 minutesHemorrhagic Stroke: What BP and How?Stuart Swadron, MD, William “Billy” Mallon, MD, and Scott Weingart, MD
  • 11 minutestPA For ischemic strokes - the battle continuesStuart Swadron, MD, William “Billy” Mallon, MD, and Scott Weingart, MD
  • 17 minutesTIA - anything new?Stuart Swadron, MD, William “Billy” Mallon, MD, and Scott Weingart, MD
  • 10 minutesVertigo? Suck it UP!Stuart Swadron, MD
  • 9 minutesIs that a wry smile or Bell's palsy?Stuart Swadron, MD, William “Billy” Mallon, MD, and Scott Weingart, MD
  • 4 minutesMusical Interlude: South San Francisco High School Marching Band
  • 11 minutesSAH: CT or LP? - the Perry papersStuart Swadron, MD, William “Billy” Mallon, MD, and Scott Weingart, MD
  • 10 minutesTiered approach to increased ICP and herniationStuart Swadron, MD, William “Billy” Mallon, MD, and Scott Weingart, MD
  • 8 minutesNew target temperature for hypothermia post-arrestStuart Swadron, MD, William “Billy” Mallon, MD, and Scott Weingart, MD
  • 12 minutesNeuroprotective intubationStuart Swadron, MD, William “Billy” Mallon, MD, and Scott Weingart, MD
  • 20 minutesPaper 1: Topical tetracaine used for 24 hours is safe and rated highly effective by patients for the treatment of pain caused by corneal abrasions: a double-blind, randomized clinical trialSanjay Arora, MD and Mike Menchine, MD
  • 6 minutesPaper 2: The Effect of Ketamine on Intracranial and Cerebral Perfusion Pressure and Health Outcomes: A Systematic ReviewSanjay Arora, MD and Mike Menchine, MD
  • 11 minutesPaper 3: Targeted temperature management at 33°C versus 36°C after cardiac arrestSanjay Arora, MD and Mike Menchine, MD
  • 6 minutesPaper 4: Age-adjusted D-dimer cutoff levels to rule out pulmonary embolism: the ADJUST-PE studySanjay Arora, MD and Mike Menchine, MD
  • 6 minutesPaper 5: Duration and course of post-concussive symptoms.Sanjay Arora, MD and Mike Menchine, MD
  • 2 minutesMusical Interlude: The International Low Brass Trio
  • 9 minutesLate Breaking Paper #1: Comparison of the laryngoscopy views with Miller vs. Mac blades in children and infants under 2Sanjay Arora, MD and Mike Menchine, MD
  • 8 minutesLate Breaking Paper #2: Goal-directed resuscitation for patients with early septic shockSanjay Arora, MD and Mike Menchine, MD
  • 5 minutesPaper 6: Single-dose etomidate is not associated with increased mortality in ICU patients with sepsis: analysis of a large electronic ICU databaseSanjay Arora, MD and Mike Menchine, MD
  • 8 minutesPaper 7: A new and rapid method for epistaxis treatment using injectable form of tranexamic acid topically: a randomized controlled trialSanjay Arora, MD and Mike Menchine, MD
  • 4 minutesPaper 8: Thrombolysis for pulmonary embolism and risk of all-cause mortality, major bleeding, and intracranial hemorrhage: a meta-analysisSanjay Arora, MD and Mike Menchine, MD
  • 4 minutesPaper 9: Transfusion strategies for acute upper gastrointestinal bleedingSanjay Arora, MD and Michael Menchine, MD
  • 5 minutesPaper 10: Clinical policy: procedural sedation and analgesia in the emergency departmentSanjay Arora, MD and Mike Menchine, MD
  • 9 minutes3 Essential Nerve BlocksWilliam “Billy” Mallon, MD
  • 5 minutesTrick of the Trade: The Quick and "Dirty Epi Drip"Michelle Lin, MD
  • 6 minutesMy peripheral line blew and I can’t find another vein! Now what?Mikaela Chilstrom, MD
  • 10 minutes5 Tips to Make your Next LP easy!Jan Shoenberger, MD
  • 9 minutesUltrasound Greatest Hits and MissesMikaela Chilstrom, MD
  • 6 minutesMusical Interlude: Tony Mariano Solo GuitaristTony Mariano
  • 6 minutesTrick of the Trade: Supraventricular TachycardiaMichelle Lin, MD
  • 11 minutesUltrasound Greatest Hits and MissesMikaela Chilstrom, MD
  • 6 minutesThe Foley that Won't Go In!Ramin Tabatabai, MD
  • 7 minutesThe people's choice: Tech Talk - the best medical apps!Paul Jhun, MD
  • 3 minutesTricks of the Trade: Modified HAT TrickMichelle Lin, MD
  • 9 minutesDon't have a fancy US? Don't worry, you can still estimate ejection fraction!Mikaela Chilstrom, MD
  • 35 minutesShow me what ya' got, Billy!:Pericoital EmergenciesWilliam “Billy” Mallon, MD
  • 31 minutesDay 2 Keynote:Whose Risk are you ManagingDave Schriger, MD
  • 24 minutesMaking Sense of the Pediatric AirwayAndy Sloas, MD
  • 17 minutesCritical Care Literature update 2014Scott Weingart, MD and Rob Orman, MD
  • 16 minutesPediatric Fever Made EasyRob Orman, MD and Andy Sloas, MD
  • 11 minutesGame show!Rob Orman, MD
  • 22 minutesEmergency Cardiology: Fireside Chat with a Legend PT.1Judd Hollander, MD and Rob Orman, MD
  • 5 minutesMusical Interlude: Cello Street Quartet
  • 10 minutesEmergency Cardiology: Fireside Chat with a Legend PT.2Judd Hollander, MD and Rob Orman, MD
  • 17 minutesDelayed Sequence IntubationScott Weingart, MD
  • 11 minutesNa-da-pulse or A-di-pose: Improving PEA outcomesZack Shinar, MD
  • 12 minutesNot Your Mama’s ACLSJoe Bellezzo, MD
  • 2 minutesMusical Interlude: Judgement Day
  • 17 minutesECMO in the ED: The Time is Now!Joe Bellezzo, MD
  • 14 minutesPost-ETT sedation - do it right!Scott Weingart, MD
  • 13 minutesMan vs machine: should compressions be done with a Lucas/Autopulse or Brutane?Zack Shinar, MD
  • 5 minutesHypertonic saline for hyponatremiaScott Weingart, MD
  • 11 minutesKetamine in Trauma: clearing the air!William “Billy” Mallon, MD
  • 11 minutesEmerging Alcohol and Drug Trends: Kids These DaysSean Patrick Nordt, MD, PharmD
  • 11 minutesSprinkle some tPA on that PE, that should make it better!Jeff Tabas, MD
  • 14 minutesEbola: The Real DealWilliam “Billy” Mallon, MD
  • 6 minutesMusical Interlude: Jazz Trio
  • 13 minutesConvert me! Proselytzing atrial fibrillation using electricityJeff Tabas, MD
  • 5 minutesAntibiotics RANT!Sean Patrick Nordt, MD, PharmD
  • 15 minutesThe agitated psych patient: beyond haldol/ativanWilliam “Billy” Mallon, MD
  • 15 minutesWide complex tachycardia in the renal failure patient: it's not just hyperK!Jeff Tabas, MD
  • 12 minutesJust say no to soma!Sean Patrick Nordt, MD, PharmD
  • 12 minutesWhich Dislocations Need Immediate Reduction and HowWilliam “Billy” Mallon, MD
  • 26 minutesKeynote Day 3: The importance of the "F" word in Med EdConstance LeBlanc, MD
  • 16 minutesQuit whining and just treat your hospital CEO like a pneumothoraxAlfred Sacchetti, MD FACEP
  • 13 minutesCrying, screaming and cut - update on peds lac repairsHowie Mell, MD
  • 10 minutesPediatric DKA in 10 minutesAlfred Sacchetti, MD FACEP
  • 8 minutesMusical Interlude: Molotov- Sword SwallowerMolotov
  • 15 minutesWhy most pre-hospital care is BSHowie Mell, MD
  • 14 minutesThe difficult Nursemaid’s Elbow: New Tricks, Failure AlgorithmChris Amato, MD
  • 18 minutesPediatric Sedation Toolkit: You gotta know this!Alfred Sacchetti, MD FACEP
  • 4 minutesThe Sacchetti Hour: Q and A sessionAlfred Sacchetti, MD FACEP, Howie Mell, MD, and Chris Amato, MD
  • 20 minutesMy stoma is more complicated than yours!Solomon Behar, MD
  • 23 minutesFrom car doors to skill saws: Fingertip complications in kids and adultsEmily Carpenter Rose, MD
  • 12 minutesYou missed this! Pediatric X-RaysSolomon Behar, MD
  • 9 minutesTreat 'em and street 'em! the well peds patientIlene Claudius, MD
  • 5 minutesMusical Interlude: Molotov- Bed of NailsMolotov
  • 19 minutesSex, Drugs, and Psychosis: Teens in the EDIlene Claudius, MD
  • 10 minutesThe top 3 PEM articles you need to knowRichard Cantor, MD
  • 16 minutes24 weeks and in your EDEmily Carpenter Rose, MD
  • 27 minutesAm I Blue?Jahn Avarello, MD
  • 17 minutesAm I Violet?Landon Jones, MD
  • 18 minutesAm I Red?Chris Amato, MD
  • 4 minutesMusical Interlude: Trumpet PhenomMatthew Depasquale
  • 19 minutesAm I White?Jahn Avarello, MD
  • 19 minutesAm I Green?Landon Jones, MD
  • 20 minutesAm I Yellow?Chris Amato, MD
  • 19 minutesPenetrating Lower Extremity Trauma: Rx and MxKenji Inaba, MD
  • 16 minutesMore than just Morning Sickness: Management of the critically ill pregnant patientHaney Mallemat, MD
  • 11 minutesUpdate on Pneumothorax: Needle Decompression, Small Bore Cath, Chest TubeKenji Inaba, MD
  • 13 minutesVisual Dirty Bits - oh you know you like it!Haney Mallemat, MD
  • 3 minutesMusical Interlude: One Man BandJordan Wilson
  • 14 minutesBlunt abdominal trauma and a negative CT: now what?Kenji Inaba, MD
  • 14 minutesThe Airway Checklist in TraumaAnand Swaminathan, MD, MPH
  • 13 minutesREBOAKenji Inaba, MD
  • 14 minutesTraumatic Cardiac ArrestPablo Aguilera, MD
  • 15 minutesDebate-Does Sux Suck and Roc Rock? PT1William “Billy” Mallon, MD and Anand Swaminathan, MD, MPH
  • 10 minutesDebate-Does Sux Suck and Roc Rock? PT2William “Billy” Mallon, MD and Anand Swaminathan, MD, MPH
  • 39 minutesCases, M&M, and general F*&^-upsWilliam “Billy” Mallon, MD, Kenji Inaba, MD, Anand Swaminathan, MD, MPH, and Haney Mallemat, MD
  • 9 minutesLooking Back and Looking AheadMel Herbert, MD
  • 2014 Essentials Bonus

  • 30 minutesArticle Review: NEXUS vs Canadian C-spine: what were those rules again, and which one is better?David Williams, MD
  • 5 minutesArticle Review: NASCIS-III steroids in spinal cord injuryRobert Paquette, MD
  • 8 minutesSteroids for acute traumatic spinal cord injury - what do the guidelines say?Robert Paquette, MD
  • 19 minutesOne of the things AAA can't help you with: abdominal aortic aneurysmsRamin Tabatabai, MD
  • 6 minutesArticle Review: JAMA's Rational Clinical Exam: Does this patient have abdominal aortic aneurysm?Ramin Tabatabai, MD
  • 8 minutesAAA on ultrasound: a quick review and some missesKristin Berona, MD
  • 10 minutesIncidental asymptomatic AAA on ED US...what next? Formal US or CT, ED consultation or outpatient referralKristin Berona, MD
  • 15 minutesThe many faces of AAA: a pictorial essayKristin Berona, MD
  • 6 minutesArticle Review: JAMA's Rational Clinical Exam: Does this patient have community-acquired pneumonia?Jess Osterman, MD
  • 6 minutesArticle Review: JAMA's Rational Clinical Exam: Does this infant have pneumonia?Jess Osterman, MD
  • 7 minutesArticle Review: PORT/PSI pneumonia severity index score, CURB-65: who cares?Jess Osterman, MD
  • 8 minutesArticle Review: IDSA Guidelines - when is a Z-pack for outpatient community-acquired pneumonia not enough?Michael Levine, MD
  • 3 minutesArticle Review: JAMA's Rational Clinical Exam: Does this patient have influenza?Michael Levine, MD
  • 7 minutesWho gets Tamiflu?Michael Levine, MD
  • 21 minutesArticle/Topic Review: AIDS defining illnesses: by the numbersMatt Waxman, MD
  • 11 minutesPneumocystis jiroveci pneumonia: when should I be thinking about it and what do I do?Matt Waxman, MD
  • 9 minutesPictures at an exhibition: the top 5 rashes that should make you think HIVMatt Waxman, MD
  • 5 minutesAphthous stomatitis and mouth ulcers: what's the best treatment?Sean Patrick Nordt, MD, PharmD
  • 8 minutesPharyngitis: please doc, give me the steroids!Jim Yen, MD
  • 9 minutesI think a fish bone is stuck in my throat!Phil Gruber, MD
  • 8 minutesIf you see this...think BoerhaavesJan Shoenberger, MD
  • 9 minutesThe impacted food bolus - give me some practical solutions!Phil Gruber, MD
  • 10 minutesLet's send our GERDs home happy: H2+PPI+GI cocktail blended drink anyoneSean Patrick Nordt, MD, PharmD
  • 7 minutesArticle review: JAMA RCE - does this patient have acute cholecystitis?Ramin Tabatabai, MD
  • 7 minutesComparing HIDA vs US vs MRCP vs endoscopy for biliary problems: what's useful for what?Tarina Kang, MD
  • 9 minutesArticle review: JAMA RCE - does this patient have bacterial peritonitis or portal hypertension?Ramin Tabatabai, MD
  • 5 minutesTips to improve your paracentesisTarina Kang, MD
  • 11 minutesAlbumin after paracentesis?Jan Shoenberger, MD
  • 10 minutesDo we still use the NGT in bowel obstruction?Jim Yen, MD
  • 10 minutesI know it's a hernia but I just can't find it! Using ultrasound to detect the occult herniaTarina Kang, MD
  • 5 minutesIs that meralgia paresthetica, or are you just happy to see me?Sean Henderson, MD
  • 7 minutesThe painful hernia being discharged: are trusses out?Jim Yen, MD
  • 5 minutesTell me your secrets! Pearls for the successful hernia reductionJan Shoenberger, MD
  • 18 minutesHemorrhoids: let me show you what you're missing!
  • 5 minutesShow me the money! Expert excisional technique of thrombosed external hemorrhoidsJan Shoenberger, MD
  • 7 minutesWhat anal fissure is ever ok?Sean Patrick Nordt, MD, PharmD
  • 12 minutesBariatric surgery complicationsHaney Mallemat, MD
  • 6 minutesMesenteric Ischemia - THE EssentialsAnand Swaminathan, MD, MPH
  • 7 minutesDiverticulitis: who goes home and who stays?Haney Mallemat, MD
  • 11 minutesDVT management: what the experts say!Haney Mallemat, MD
  • 7 minutesArticle Review: JAMA RCE Does clinical exam predict lower extremity PADDan Runde, MD
  • 6 minutesPeripheral Arterial Disease - You Down with ABI?Anand Swaminathan, MD, MPH
  • 7 minutesThe dopplerable pulse: monophasic, biphasic, triphasic...what are you talking about?Dan Runde, MD
  • 6 minutesHeparin for carotid artery dissection...are you crazy??Haney Mallemat, MD
  • 7 minutesCochrane Article Review: Antibiotics for acute traveller's diarrheaDan Runde, MD
  • 9 minutesWhen should I avoid giving antibiotics to my diarrhea patient?Haney Mallemat, MD
  • 4 minutesInsane in the Membrane - Steroids in Bacterial MeningitisAnand Swaminathan, MD, MPH
  • 6 minutesLandmark EM Article Review: Steroids in septic shockHaney Mallemat, MD
  • 5 minutesInsane in the Brain - Lumbar Puncture without CT?Anand Swaminathan, MD, MPH
  • 6 minutesColloids vs crystalloids: I know the story, but you tell it so good!Dan Runde, MD
  • 6 minutesNormal Saline? Ain't Nothin' Normal About ItAnand Swaminathan, MD, MPH
  • 8 minutesAlcohol Withdrawal - Look at All the Pretty Pink Elephants!Anand Swaminathan, MD, MPH
  • 37 minutesQuestion and Answer SessionWilliam “Billy” Mallon, MD, Paul Jhun, MD, Anand Swaminathan, MD, MPH, Haney Mallemat, MD, and Dan Runde, MD
  • 8 minutesFAST exam: Ultrasound Image OptimizationMichael “Mike” Stone, MD
  • 7 minutesUltrasound Transducer BasicsMichael “Mike” Stone, MD
  • 3 minutesFAST Exam: Right Upper QuadrantMichael “Mike” Stone, MD
  • 4 minutesFAST Exam: Left Upper QuadrantMichael “Mike” Stone, MD
  • 2 minutesFAST Exam: Male PelvisMichael “Mike” Stone, MD
  • 2 minutesFAST Exam: Female PelvisMichael “Mike” Stone, MD
  • 3 minutesLung Ultrasound: Pneumothorax AssessmentMichael “Mike” Stone, MD
  • 4 minutesGallbladder UltrasoundMichael “Mike” Stone, MD
  • 2 minutesKidney Ultrasound: Right KidneyMichael “Mike” Stone, MD
  • 3 minutesKidney Ultrasound: Left KidneyMichael “Mike” Stone, MD
  • 2 minutesBladder Ultrasound: Ureteral JetsMichael “Mike” Stone, MD
  • 2 minutesBladder Ultrasound: Bladder VolumeMichael “Mike” Stone, MD
  • 5 minutesAbdominal Aorta Ultrasound: Male PatientMichael “Mike” Stone, MD
  • 6 minutesAbdominal Aorta Ultrasound: Female PatientMichael “Mike” Stone, MD
  • 3 minutesInferior Vena Cava UltrasoundMichael “Mike” Stone, MD
  • 3 minutesCardiac Ultrasound: Parasternal ViewMichael “Mike” Stone, MD
  • 2 minutesCardiac Ultrasound: Subcostal ViewMichael “Mike” Stone, MD
  • 2 minutesCardiac Ultrasound: Suprasternal Notch ViewMichael “Mike” Stone, MD
  • 3 minutesCardiac Ultrasound: Pulmonary Systolic Pressure MeasurementMichael “Mike” Stone, MD
  • 5 minutesSubclavian Vein UltrasoundMichael “Mike” Stone, MD
  • 2 minutesNeck Ultrasound: Cricothyroid MembraneMichael “Mike” Stone, MD
  • 2 minutesShoulder Ultrasound: Articulation AssessmentMichael “Mike” Stone, MD
  • 2 minutesRegional Nerve Block: Forearm Median Nerve BlockMichael “Mike” Stone, MD
  • 1 minuteRegional Nerve Block: Forearm Ulnar Nerve BlockMichael “Mike” Stone, MD
  • 2 minutesRegional Nerve Block: Forearm Radial Nerve BlockMichael “Mike” Stone, MD
  • 1 minuteRegional Nerve Block: Upper arm Median Nerve BlockMichael “Mike” Stone, MD
  • 1 minuteRegional Nerve Block: Upper arm Ulnar Nerve BlockMichael “Mike” Stone, MD
  • 2 minutesRegional Nerve Block: Upper arm Radial Nerve BlockMichael “Mike” Stone, MD
  • 2 minutesRegional Nerve Block: Axillary Brachial PlexusMichael “Mike” Stone, MD
  • 2 minutesRegional Nerve Block: Interscalene Bracial PlexusMichael “Mike” Stone, MD
  • 1 minuteRegional Nerve Block: Supraclavicular Brachial PlexusMichael “Mike” Stone, MD
  • 2 minutesRegional Nerve Block: Infraclavicular Brachial PlexusMichael “Mike” Stone, MD
  • 1 minuteRegional Nerve Block: Tibial NerveMichael “Mike” Stone, MD

What people are saying about EEM

  • Duane Harrison
  • Carolyn Rosenczweig
  • Jan Jaap Bijlsma
  • Carroll Olson
  • Jeffrey Litow
  • Tandi Wilkinson
Working my first shift since the EEM conference, and I just reviewed Mel’s Corporate, Personal, and Bedside reasons for “Why we do EM”! The physician that I relieved asked me what I will do differently after attending the conference. My answer was that in addition to several pearls of practice that I will use, I will fall in love with my specialty all over again! Thanks Mel, and thanks to the entire EEM Staff. You guys are true Rock Stars!

- Duane Harrison

My brain feels like it had a deep tissue massage on it.

- Carolyn Rosenczweig

Should have been here years ago!!
Good stuff and good fun!!
Till next year.

- Jan Jaap Bijlsma

Thank you Essentials for all that you do. It is hard to explain to your friends what an amazing, entertaining AND educational conference that you put on. I leave in awe once again and look forward to my next shift with a renewed vigor!

- Carroll Olson

I have been to every Essentials, and each and every year you continue to exceed expectations. Thank you for your hard work, insight, and commitment to this amazing speciality, EMERGENCY MEDICINE. You make a difference.

- Jeffrey Litow

Hi and bye EEM. Thanks for the great learning and inspiration. Looking forward to another great conference next year - so GLAD that Essentials is not dead. Heading back to the deep freeze in Arctic Canada tomorrow.

- Tandi Wilkinson

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