Hippo Essentials of Emergency Medicine 2022 (Videos)
Format : 119 MP4 files
File Size : 52.48 GB
Course Overview – Topics/Speakers:
Recharge, Reconnect, and Rediscover Your Passion for EM.
Get Essentials of Emergency Medicine 2022
for this year’s most important EM updates
and more – On demand!
What’s included in EEM 2022?
This year’s Essentials of Emergency Medicine is coming to you on-demand to make it easier than ever for you to stay current, connected, and engaged with EEM’s series of meticulously designed lectures.
Explore the full EEM 2022 on-demand experience starting June 7 with access to all of the EEM 2022 talks, demos, and discussions when you want no matter where you are!
What makes Essentials of Emergency Medicine different?
As EM clinicians ourselves, we know that our job can be frustrating, stressful, and even isolating at times. People come back to Essentials of Emergency Medicine year after year because they know it’s a learning party with lots of friends, laughs, and reminders of why we do what we do.
Join us for the most inspiring, energizing, and educational event in emergency medicine. We start with our meticulously designed and pearl-laden 5 – 15 minute talks, delivered to you by the best educators in EM. Then we pack it all into an experience full of fun that’ll rekindle your passion for emergency medicine and have you looking forward to applying the latest practice-changing medicine during your next shift.
Why does Hippo Host Essentials of Emergency Medicine?
At Hippo Education we’re committed to helping front-line medical professionals stay current, connected, and passionate. We’re a physician-founded, physician-run company focused on supporting a cadre of top-notch clinicians, like you.
Our energy goes toward recruiting the most astute and entertaining educators in medicine and providing them with every resource necessary to create the best education possible. Everything we make is specifically designed for busy medical professionals – it’s concise and segmented into easily digestible pieces to fit into your packed schedule. We believe the very best education is memorable and entertaining.
We continually invest in high-end, creative production and app technologies. We know your educational experience makes the difference – not only between passing and failing an exam, but often between life and death.
See how good medical education can be.
New ACC/AHA/SAEM chest pain guidelines
Recent cardiology articles that you’ve got to know!
My favorite ECG articles of the year
My favorite ECG of the year
BER vs STEMI: How can I tell the difference?
Thumbs up: How I do a thumb spica
Getting it straight: Commonly missed knee extension diagnoses
How I do a knee aspiration
Foot exam and X-ray: Clinical correlation is required
Hand exam and X-ray: Clinical correlation is required
Shoulder tips: Practice-changing pearls
High sensitivity troponin ADP
ACLS ADP updates
Transplant emergencies: What you cannot miss!
Sickle cell updates
Trauma: Extremity exsanguination
Recent trauma articles that you gotta know
Can I skip the CXR if I’m going to panscan?
When to shelve the PRBCs: Whole blood resuscitation in trauma patients
Don’t trip up: Why you’ll never say mechanical fall again
Calm not comatose: How to manage the agitated older patient
Pay attention to inattention: How to diagnose and manage delirium
The pain-free STEMI: How to not miss ACS in older patients
Breaking down the case: Pediatric fever nuances
Peds rashes 101: Crush these 5 most common rashes
How to Treat ESBL, CRE, and DTR-Pseudomonas
Antibiotics: Is shorter better?
Appy: Do we even need the surgeon?!
Outpatient COVID management
Is it even tox?
Pediatric DKA updates
Pediatric (Non-traumatic) red eye
Teen Spirit: Sex, drugs and rock n’ roll
Iatrogenic abdominal compartment syndrome
Rxs that break my heart
Neuropathic pain in the ED: what can we do?
Cardiac risk stratification update: the latest on HEART, GRACE, EDACS, CRACE
The ultimate migraine cocktail
Syncope scores: They all suck. Here is who to admit
Ketamine-only intubation: Good or bad?
Video laryngoscopy secrets
Five traits of high performing teams: How to use this to make resus better
Cardiogenic shock: Pitfalls to avoid
Practice makes perfect? How to get comfortable with HALO procedures
High flow hacks: How to titrate, when to ditch it, switch to CPAP/BiPAP, when to intubate
TTM in 2022
Mind of the Resuscitationist
Most important critical care papers of the year
How I do cricothyroidotomy
Ultra-rapid reversal of anticoagulation for ICH
Breaking down the case: Pediatric fever nuances
The erector spinae block
POCUS for life-threatening soft tissue infections
Diplopia for dummies
Beyond “I can’t look left”: How to detect subtle EOM palsies
Rheumatologic eye emergencies
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