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EM@3AM – Clostridium difficile Colitis

Clostridium difficile colitis: When should you suspect it and who should be tested? Let's take a minute to review a few pearls.

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EM@3AM – Compartment Syndrome

Pain with passive extension, paresthesias, poikilothermia, pallor, paralysis, and pulselessness: let's briefly discuss compartment syndrome.

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EM@3AM – Ankle Sprains

Let's take a minute to review a common sports related injury: the ankle sprain.

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EM@3AM – Calcium Channel Blocker Toxicity

Calcium channel blocker toxicity: When is it time to consider lipid emulsion therapy? Take a look at this week's post for a brief review.

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EM@3AM – Cocaine Toxicity

Cocaine abuse and abdominal pain: which complications should you be concerned for? Let's take a look at cocaine toxicity.

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EM@3AM – Symptomatic Bradycardia

An 11 year-old-male presents with dizziness. His resting heart rate is 48 bpm. Should symptomatic bradycardia be on your differential diagnosis?

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EM@3AM – Cerebral Venous Sinus Thrombosis

A young female presents with a severe headache and left upper extremity weakness: let's review why cerebral venous sinus thrombosis should be on your list of differential diagnoses.