Recorded live at For the Ed on February 28th in Pforzheim, Germany.
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Young talent Max Graef spinning back to back w/ one of the hosts Roman Mühlschlegel.
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X-Mas Gift from our friends FKClub & The Ed (Tropicold)
Sleeve by Thomas Serrière
EDs are searching for new ways to treat pain that are rapid, safe, and effective. The search for new options is being driven by the national outcry to decrease opioid prescribing, pressure to see patients faster, decrease ED length of stay, and prevent readmissions while still treating pain and suffering and obtaining positive patient satisfaction scores. This course will focus on new uses of old drugs, different routes of delivery, multimodal treatment, ED nerve blocks, nonopioids, and patient discharge education regarding nonpharmacologic pain management.
Dr. Alisha Benner discusses tips for palliative care in the ED.
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Medication Assisted Therapy (MAT) for opioid dependency is often understood as an outpatient intervention. Emergency physician Dr. Dylan Carney teaches us about the increasing data and experience with buprenorphine in the emergency department and inpatient setting (as well as in pre-hospital care).
Iltifat Husain and Blake Briggs drop some rapid Board Bombs on bites in the ED. This guide covers micro, approach to wounds and subsequent infections, when to give antibiotics, when not to close the wound, and what antibiotics to use. Enjoy this pun-filled episode.
In this interview, Dr. Clare Atzema and Dr. Noah Ivers discuss the research they published on prescribing of oral anticoagulants in the emergency department and subsequent long-term use by older adults with atrial fibrillation. They also discuss the broader issue of difficulties in communication between family physicians and emergency physicians when treating the same patient.
Dr. Ivers is a family physician with a PhD in clinical epidemiology and an associate professor in the Department of Family and a Community Medicine at the University of Toronto. He also holds the Canada Research Chair in Implementation of Evidence-Based Practice.
Dr. Atzema is an emergency physician at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre in Toronto, an associate professor at the University of Toronto, and a Senior Scientist at I.C.E.S. and Sunnybrook Research Institute.
The research article they co-authored is published in CMAJ: www.cmaj.ca/lookup/doi/10.1503/cmaj.190747
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Clint Eastwood was Gorillaz' first proper single. A huge smash initially in the UK, where it remained in the charts for months and the top 10 for weeks. At around the same time radio in Europe also went mad for the song. Slightly later in 2001 the song would also become a massive radio hit in the US and central and South America. Bigger than his previous smash, Song 2 (with Blur), this song remains Damon Albarn's biggest hit. In the UK the Ed Case Refix (available on all formats) actually got far more airplay than the A-side, probably resulting in the inclusion of said remix on the debut LP. B-side Dracula was probably the best of the off cuts from the 'Gorillaz' sessions, and tour rap group Phi Life Cypher also contributed a version.
"Crullers" is a 30-Track beat album consisting of 'larger than life' experimental sound stylized in the form of hip hop.
Inspired by J Dilla and his phenomenal gift "Donuts."
(This is 1/7 projects completed. More to go.)
Hope you Enjoy.