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Your intubated patients would love it if you heard this episode! Learn about the dangers of sedation with our guest, Kali Dayton, DNP, AGACNPClick HERE for the ABCDEF Bundle Click HERE to leave a review of the podcast!Subscribe HERE!References:All references for Episode 83  are found on my Read by QxMD collectionDisclaimer: The information contained within the  ER-Rx podcast episodes, errxpodcast.com, and the @errxpodcast Instagram page is for informational/ educational purposes only, is not meant to replace professional medical judgement, and does not constitute a provider-patient relationship between you and the authors. Information contained herein may be accidentally inaccurate, incomplete, or outdated, and users are to use caution,  seek medical advice from a licensed physician, and consult available resources prior to any medical decision making. The contributors of the ER-Rx podcast are not affiliated with, nor do they speak on behalf of,  any medical institutions, educational facilities, or other healthcare programs.Support the show
Wrapping up the two-part series discussing poisonous mushrooms. This week, we focus on treatment with agents like silibinin.To obtain silibinin (Legalon SIL):- Contact the FDA at 301-796-3400 (8AM- 4:30 PM on weekdays/ after 4:30 PM or on weekends, contact the emergency call center at 866-300-4374) OR email druginfo@fda.hhs.gov. They will provide you with an Expanded Access IND number. - In Canada, use the Special Access Program (613-946-8711 OR email hc.sap.devices.mdb.sc@canada.ca). Outside normal hours call 613-410-9186. - Contact the manufacturer (Emergency_Legalon@marken.com or call 484-754-7500) and  complete the request form. If you have any questions on the form, contact Marken Customer Service at 484-754-7500 (monitored 24/7).  Click HERE to leave a review of the podcast!Subscribe HERE!References:All references for Episode 82  are found on my Read by QxMD collectionDisclaimer: The information contained within the  ER-Rx podcast episodes, errxpodcast.com, and the @errxpodcast Instagram page is for informational/ educational purposes only, is not meant to replace professional medical judgement, and does not constitute a provider-patient relationship between you and the authors. Information contained herein may be accidentally inaccurate, incomplete, or outdated, and users are to use caution,  seek medical advice from a licensed physician, and consult available resources prior to any medical decision making. The contributors of the ER-Rx podcast are not affiliated with, nor do they speak on behalf of,  any medical institutions, educational facilities, or other healthcare programs.Support the show
The first of a two-part series discussing poisonous mushrooms. This week, we focus on amatoxin toxicity and presentation.  Click HERE to leave a review of the podcast!Subscribe HERE!References:All references for Episode 81  are found on my Read by QxMD collectionDisclaimer: The information contained within the  ER-Rx podcast episodes, errxpodcast.com, and the @errxpodcast Instagram page is for informational/ educational purposes only, is not meant to replace professional medical judgement, and does not constitute a provider-patient relationship between you and the authors. Information contained herein may be accidentally inaccurate, incomplete, or outdated, and users are to use caution,  seek medical advice from a licensed physician, and consult available resources prior to any medical decision making. The contributors of the ER-Rx podcast are not affiliated with, nor do they speak on behalf of,  any medical institutions, educational facilities, or other healthcare programs.Support the show
Let's revive an old practice that may one day help you treat uncomplicated cystitis without having to admit your patient to the hospital Click HERE to leave a review of the podcast!Subscribe HERE!References:All references for Episode 80 are found on my Read by QxMD collectionDisclaimer: The information contained within the  ER-Rx podcast episodes, errxpodcast.com, and the @errxpodcast Instagram page is for informational/ educational purposes only, is not meant to replace professional medical judgement, and does not constitute a provider-patient relationship between you and the authors. Information contained herein may be accidentally inaccurate, incomplete, or outdated, and users are to use caution,  seek medical advice from a licensed physician, and consult available resources prior to any medical decision making. The contributors of the ER-Rx podcast are not affiliated with, nor do they speak on behalf of,  any medical institutions, educational facilities, or other healthcare programs.Support the show
What do scorpions and meth have in common? Tune in as Drs. Rebecca Gragg and Daniel Brooks share their insights in this tox episode Click HERE to leave a review of the podcast!Subscribe HERE!References:All references for Episode 79 are found on my Read by QxMD collectionDisclaimer: The information contained within the  ER-Rx podcast episodes, errxpodcast.com, and the @errxpodcast Instagram page is for informational/ educational purposes only, is not meant to replace professional medical judgement, and does not constitute a provider-patient relationship between you and the authors. Information contained herein may be accidentally inaccurate, incomplete, or outdated, and users are to use caution,  seek medical advice from a licensed physician, and consult available resources prior to any medical decision making. The contributors of the ER-Rx podcast are not affiliated with, nor do they speak on behalf of,  any medical institutions, educational facilities, or other healthcare programs.Support the show
How does a 1500 IU fixed dose of Kcentra stack up to FDA-approved variable dosing for reaching a specific INR target? Let's talk about it.  Click HERE to leave a review of the podcast!Subscribe HERE!References:All references for Episode 78 are found on my Read by QxMD collectionDisclaimer: The information contained within the  ER-Rx podcast episodes, errxpodcast.com, and the @errxpodcast Instagram page is for informational/ educational purposes only, is not meant to replace professional medical judgement, and does not constitute a provider-patient relationship between you and the authors. Information contained herein may be accidentally inaccurate, incomplete, or outdated, and users are to use caution,  seek medical advice from a licensed physician, and consult available resources prior to any medical decision making. The contributors of the ER-Rx podcast are not affiliated with, nor do they speak on behalf of,  any medical institutions, educational facilities, or other healthcare programs.Support the show
Want to save your site and your patient money while at the same time reduce drug waste? Listen now for one tip on how to do just that.  Click HERE to leave a review of the podcast!Subscribe HERE!References:All references for Episode 77 are found on my Read by QxMD collectionDisclaimer: The information contained within the  ER-Rx podcast episodes, errxpodcast.com, and the @errxpodcast Instagram page is for informational/ educational purposes only, is not meant to replace professional medical judgement, and does not constitute a provider-patient relationship between you and the authors. Information contained herein may be accidentally inaccurate, incomplete, or outdated, and users are to use caution,  seek medical advice from a licensed physician, and consult available resources prior to any medical decision making. The contributors of the ER-Rx podcast are not affiliated with, nor do they speak on behalf of,  any medical institutions, educational facilities, or other healthcare programs.Support the show
Or any other beta-lactam antibiotic? Or do we have to use a fluoroquinolone or Bactrim? Find out on this week's Pharmacy Consult episode.  Click HERE to leave a review of the podcast!Subscribe HERE!References:All references for Episode 76 are found on my Read by QxMD collectionDisclaimer: The information contained within the  ER-Rx podcast episodes, errxpodcast.com, and the @errxpodcast Instagram page is for informational/ educational purposes only, is not meant to replace professional medical judgement, and does not constitute a provider-patient relationship between you and the authors. Information contained herein may be accidentally inaccurate, incomplete, or outdated, and users are to use caution,  seek medical advice from a licensed physician, and consult available resources prior to any medical decision making. The contributors of the ER-Rx podcast are not affiliated with, nor do they speak on behalf of,  any medical institutions, educational facilities, or other healthcare programs.Support the show
Why didn't adenosine work? Not giving it rapidly enough? Is the coffee your patient just drank to blame?  We focus on the latter. Click HERE to leave a review of the podcast!Subscribe HERE!References:All references for Episode 75 are found on my Read by QxMD collectionDisclaimer: The information contained within the  ER-Rx podcast episodes, errxpodcast.com, and the @errxpodcast Instagram page is for informational/ educational purposes only, is not meant to replace professional medical judgement, and does not constitute a provider-patient relationship between you and the authors. Information contained herein may be accidentally inaccurate, incomplete, or outdated, and users are to use caution,  seek medical advice from a licensed physician, and consult available resources prior to any medical decision making. The contributors of the ER-Rx podcast are not affiliated with, nor do they speak on behalf of,  any medical institutions, educational facilities, or other healthcare programs.Support the show
Not your average hyperkalemia episode! Jimmy Pruitt, host of the Pharm-So-Hard podcast, shares some pearls on hyperkalemia managementClick HERE to leave a review of the podcast!Subscribe HERE!Disclaimer: The information contained within the  ER-Rx podcast episodes, errxpodcast.com, and the @errxpodcast Instagram page is for informational/ educational purposes only, is not meant to replace professional medical judgement, and does not constitute a provider-patient relationship between you and the authors. Information contained herein may be accidentally inaccurate, incomplete, or outdated, and users are to use caution,  seek medical advice from a licensed physician, and consult available resources prior to any medical decision making. The contributors of the ER-Rx podcast are not affiliated with, nor do they speak on behalf of,  any medical institutions, educational facilities, or other healthcare programs.Support the show
In the final part of this "Mini Grand Rounds" series,  the author of a recently-published study discusses his experience with phenobarbitalClick HERE to leave a review of the podcast!Subscribe HERE!References:All references for Episode 73 are found on my Read by QxMD collectionDisclaimer: The information contained within the  ER-Rx podcast episodes, errxpodcast.com, and the @errxpodcast Instagram page is for informational/ educational purposes only, is not meant to replace professional medical judgement, and does not constitute a provider-patient relationship between you and the authors. Information contained herein may be accidentally inaccurate, incomplete, or outdated, and users are to use caution,  seek medical advice from a licensed physician, and consult available resources prior to any medical decision making. The contributors of the ER-Rx podcast are not affiliated with, nor do they speak on behalf of,  any medical institutions, educational facilities, or other healthcare programs.Support the show
In Part 2 of this "Mini Grand Rounds" series, we discuss the data behind phenobarb and how to dose and monitor itClick HERE to leave a review of the podcast!Subscribe HERE!References:All references for Episode 72 are found on my Read by QxMD collectionDisclaimer: The information contained within the  ER-Rx podcast episodes, errxpodcast.com, and the @errxpodcast Instagram page is for informational/ educational purposes only, is not meant to replace professional medical judgement, and does not constitute a provider-patient relationship between you and the authors. Information contained herein may be accidentally inaccurate, incomplete, or outdated, and users are to use caution,  seek medical advice from a licensed physician, and consult available resources prior to any medical decision making. The contributors of the ER-Rx podcast are not affiliated with, nor do they speak on behalf of,  any medical institutions, educational facilities, or other healthcare programs.Support the show
In Part 1 of this "Mini Grand Rounds" series, we review the history and the pharmacodynamic/ pharmacokinetic profile of phenobarbital   Click HERE to leave a review of the podcast!Subscribe HERE!References:All references for Episode 71 are found on my Read by QxMD collectionDisclaimer: The information contained within the  ER-Rx podcast episodes, errxpodcast.com, and the @errxpodcast Instagram page is for informational/ educational purposes only, is not meant to replace professional medical judgement, and does not constitute a provider-patient relationship between you and the authors. Information contained herein may be accidentally inaccurate, incomplete, or outdated, and users are to use caution,  seek medical advice from a licensed physician, and consult available resources prior to any medical decision making. The contributors of the ER-Rx podcast are not affiliated with, nor do they speak on behalf of,  any medical institutions, educational facilities, or other healthcare programs.Support the show
The first ever "Revisited" episode will go all the way back to Episode Two- where we discussed giving Keppra as an IV pushClick HERE to leave a review of the podcast!Subscribe HERE!References:All references for Episode 70 are found on my Read by QxMD collectionDisclaimer: The information contained within the  ER-Rx podcast episodes, errxpodcast.com, and the @errxpodcast Instagram page is for informational/ educational purposes only, is not meant to replace professional medical judgement, and does not constitute a provider-patient relationship between you and the authors. Information contained herein may be accidentally inaccurate, incomplete, or outdated, and users are to use caution,  seek medical advice from a licensed physician, and consult available resources prior to any medical decision making. The contributors of the ER-Rx podcast are not affiliated with, nor do they speak on behalf of,  any medical institutions, educational facilities, or other healthcare programs.Support the show
Let's answer a very important, slightly nuanced question that can lead to a lot of confusion in an already stressful scenarioClick HERE to leave a review of the podcast!Subscribe HERE!References:All references for Episode 69 are found on my Read by QxMD collectionDisclaimer: The information contained within the  ER-Rx podcast episodes, errxpodcast.com, and the @errxpodcast Instagram page is for informational/ educational purposes only, is not meant to replace professional medical judgement, and does not constitute a provider-patient relationship between you and the authors. Information contained herein may be accidentally inaccurate, incomplete, or outdated, and users are to use caution,  seek medical advice from a licensed physician, and consult available resources prior to any medical decision making. The contributors of the ER-Rx podcast are not affiliated with, nor do they speak on behalf of,  any medical institutions, educational facilities, or other healthcare programs.Support the show
This week, we review a meta-analysis that may make you rethink the contents of your code carts...Click HERE to leave a review of the podcast!Subscribe HERE!References:All references for Episode 68 are found on my Read by QxMD collectionDisclaimer: The information contained within the  ER-Rx podcast episodes, errxpodcast.com, and the @errxpodcast Instagram page is for informational/ educational purposes only, is not meant to replace professional medical judgement, and does not constitute a provider-patient relationship between you and the authors. Information contained herein may be accidentally inaccurate, incomplete, or outdated, and users are to use caution,  seek medical advice from a licensed physician, and consult available resources prior to any medical decision making. The contributors of the ER-Rx podcast are not affiliated with, nor do they speak on behalf of,  any medical institutions, educational facilities, or other healthcare programs.Support the show
What are these new oral antiviral agents for COVID and how well do they work? We answer these questions and a few more this week. Click HERE to leave a review of the podcast!Subscribe HERE!References:All references for Episode 67 are found on my Read by QxMD collectionDisclaimer: The information contained within the  ER-Rx podcast episodes, errxpodcast.com, and the @errxpodcast Instagram page is for informational/ educational purposes only, is not meant to replace professional medical judgement, and does not constitute a provider-patient relationship between you and the authors. Information contained herein may be accidentally inaccurate, incomplete, or outdated, and users are to use caution,  seek medical advice from a licensed physician, and consult available resources prior to any medical decision making. The contributors of the ER-Rx podcast are not affiliated with, nor do they speak on behalf of,  any medical institutions, educational facilities, or other healthcare programs.Support the show
This week, we review some key recommendations and updates from the 2021 surviving sepsis campaign guidelinesClick HERE to leave a review of the podcast!Subscribe HERE!References:All references for Episode 66 are found on my Read by QxMD collectionDisclaimer: The information contained within the  ER-Rx podcast episodes, errxpodcast.com, and the @errxpodcast Instagram page is for informational/ educational purposes only, is not meant to replace professional medical judgement, and does not constitute a provider-patient relationship between you and the authors. Information contained herein may be accidentally inaccurate, incomplete, or outdated, and users are to use caution,  seek medical advice from a licensed physician, and consult available resources prior to any medical decision making. The contributors of the ER-Rx podcast are not affiliated with, nor do they speak on behalf of,  any medical institutions, educational facilities, or other healthcare programs.Support the show
This week, we talk about how to use oral ketamine for (minor) procedural sedation in the agitated/ combative patientClick HERE to leave a review of the podcast!Subscribe HERE!References:All references for Episode 65 are found on my Read by QxMD collectionDisclaimer: The information contained within the  ER-Rx podcast episodes, errxpodcast.com, and the @errxpodcast Instagram page is for informational/ educational purposes only, is not meant to replace professional medical judgement, and does not constitute a provider-patient relationship between you and the authors. Information contained herein may be accidentally inaccurate, incomplete, or outdated, and users are to use caution,  seek medical advice from a licensed physician, and consult available resources prior to any medical decision making. The contributors of the ER-Rx podcast are not affiliated with, nor do they speak on behalf of,  any medical institutions, educational facilities, or other healthcare programs.Support the show
Do you use Kcentra to reverse the INR in patients with liver failure to reduce bleeding risk? Is this good practice? Click HERE to leave a review of the podcast!Subscribe HERE!References:All references for Episode 63 are found on my Read by QxMD collectionDisclaimer: The information contained within the  ER-Rx podcast episodes, errxpodcast.com, and the @errxpodcast Instagram page is for informational/ educational purposes only, is not meant to replace professional medical judgement, and does not constitute a provider-patient relationship between you and the authors. Information contained herein may be accidentally inaccurate, incomplete, or outdated, and users are to use caution,  seek medical advice from a licensed physician, and consult available resources prior to any medical decision making. The contributors of the ER-Rx podcast are not affiliated with, nor do they speak on behalf of,  any medical institutions, educational facilities, or other healthcare programs.Support the show
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