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Push-Dose Pressors

"Despite the multitude of studies, the excellent results, and the commonplace use by anesthesiologists for decades, the use of push-dose pressors has not yet made its way into standard emergency medicine practice"
For a patient in shock, or with anticipated instability during procedural sedation, push-dose pressors can be a lifesaver. Brendon Browning, DO covers administration of pressors under circumstances in which central lines and infusions either aren't available or aren't needed.

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Wellens’ Syndrome

"One of the essential instant recognition abnormalities on ECG"
Knowing how to spot Wellens' morphology is crucial, but knowing when to expect those ECG changes is the other half of the battle. In this excellent article, Brendon Browning, DO covers the intricacies of this deadly entity, including diagnostic criteria, management pitfalls, and how to identify mimics.