Critical Decisions Vol 31 Issue 5 May 2017

Critical Decisions Vol 31 Issue 5 May 2017

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Once Bitten, Twice Shy
Pets are beloved members of countless American families, but mammalian bites are common and serious problems. The appropriate management of these injuries is critical to avoid complications and achieve optimal wound healing and cosmetic outcomes. Emergency physicians must know how to assess and manage animal bites and understand when to initiate antibiotic therapy and/or rabies vaccinations.

Priming the Pump
The percentage of patients in cardiac arrest who leave the hospital neurologically intact is abysmally low. Extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) can improve these outcomes when used in proper clinical scenarios, but emergency clinicians must be able to identify appropriate therapeutic candidates. They also must understand early prognostication and its pitfalls, and appreciate the potential complications of ECMO and its circuit.

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