HFM findings

What’s that Rash? An approach to dangerous rashes based on morphology

A wide range of benign and dangerous pathology can present with a rash. It is wise to develop a systematic approach to rashes in the ED, one that helps you recognize the deadly causes of rash while narrowing the differential diagnosis. Any patient with a fever plus a rash could potentially have one of many deadly diseases. In order to narrow it down further, we are going to use a morphology-based approach.


Troubleshooting G-tubes & J-tubes: Common scenarios / Tips & Tricks

There are many types of surgically placed feeding tubes, including both gastrostomy (G) and jejunostomy (J) tubes. Complications with these tubes are commonly seen in the emergency department and this article provides a general overview of these complications and how they can be quickly and easily managed by the emergency physician.

Emergency Medicine Education