8 06, 2020

What Can I Do?

2020-06-08T09:45:53-05:00June 8th, 2020|Spring 2020, The Fast Track Issues|

Taylor Klein, NRAEMT, MSc, OMS-III On Sunday, March 15th, 2020, I was on my OB-GYN rotation and was present for three deliveries.  The residents and attendings were pimping me on various OB emergency facts as I had just come off of my ED elective and had shared with them my plans to apply to EM.  By [...]

30 04, 2020

Making a Cost-effective Suction-Assisted Laryngoscopy Assisted Decontamination (SALAD) Simulation System

2020-05-01T08:36:40-05:00April 30th, 2020|Current Events, Spring 2020|

Authors: Paige Reinfeld, MS, OMS-II Shriman Balasubramanian, MS, OMS-II Michael Polito, OMS-II Nicole Kiess, OMS-II Adithya Nagaraja, OMS-II School: TouroCOM – Middletown,NY Social Media: @simclubtouro Introduction Airway management remains an essential skill for various healthcare disciplines, with [...]

10 02, 2020

The EM Algorithm: A Simplified Approach For Early Success In Emergency Medicine

2020-02-10T08:20:45-06:00February 10th, 2020|The Fast Track Issues, Winter 2020|

Samuel James Nobilucci, DO, MSM-HCA, EMT-P Emergency medicine (EM) is a complex and adaptive specialty that blends the knowledge base of a general practitioner with aspects from nearly every other specialty. Be it pediatrics, geriatrics, infectious disease, surgery, or any number of organ-based focu [...]

29 01, 2020

Medical Paintball

2020-01-29T10:50:33-06:00January 29th, 2020|The Fast Track Issues, Winter 2020|

Anastasia Ambrosio, OMS III ACOEP RSO Student Conference Chair Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences The nurses, the PAs, and even a stray patient in the hallway stared at me, all alarmed. I was excited to get a pimping question right. Muffled heart sounds, hypotension and JVD: the tria [...]