This episode covers Chapter 42 of Rosen’s Emergency Medicine, Facial Trauma.
1) Describe the anatomy of the bones, glands, and ducts of the face. At what ages do the sinuses appear?
2) List 5 types of facial fractures.
3) Describe the clinical presentation and associated radiographic findings of an orbital blowout fracture.
4) Describe an orbital tripod fracture and its management.
5) List the indications for antibiotics in a patient with facial trauma?
6) What is the importance of perioral electrical burns?
7) What are the indications for specialist repair of an eyelid laceration?
8) Describe the classification and management of dental fractures.
9) Describe the method for reducing a jaw dislocation? What is the usual direction of the dislocation?
In the second episode of the Physicians as Humans project, I speak with Dr. Rob Rogers (@EM_Educator), a leading educator in emergency medicine and director of The Teaching Course. He shares his experiences of dealing with a devastating illness in his own family and the effect it had on his career as an emergency physician.
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This episode covers Chapter 41 of Rosen’s Emergency Medicine.
1) list 7 causes of altered LOC in the trauma patient
2) List four herniation syndromes.
Describe the pathophysiology of uncal herniation and the typical presentation.
Describe the presentation of central herniation.
3) Describe how cerebral blood flow in relationship to the following parameters: PO2 , PCO2 , MAP and ICP. What are the indications for ICP monitoring?
4) What is the Canadian CT head rule? What are the inclusion criteria. What is the New Orleans CT head rule? What are the inclusion criteria? Which test is more sensitive? More specific?
5) What is a concussion? How is a concussion managed? What are potential complications? Define second impact syndrome & return to play
6) Outline the ED management goals of TBI.
7) 7 clinical features of basal skull #
This episode of CRACKCast covers Rosen’s Chapter 040, Injury Prevention and Control.
1) What are the three key aspects to Injury Control?
2) What makes up the Injury Triangle?
3) List 6 of 10 potential strategies for preventing transfer of energy
1) What can you actually do, as a health practitioner, to help injury prevention?
This episode covers Chapter 39 of Rosen’s Emergency Medicine textbook.
1) 5 Risk Factors for falls in the elderly?
2) What anatomic and physiologic changes in the elderly patient are important for the management of trauma in the elderly patient. (changes in the CVS, CNS, reap, MSK, skin) Explain why these are important?
3) What are the most common c-spine injury in the geriatric patient?