You’re TOO Sweet! DKA Emergency w/Marc Probst, MD

“I find it very gratifying to treat because you can see the effects of your treatment right in front of your eyes. And your patients can go from very sick to well within a matter of hours.” – Marc Probst, MD Who is Marc Probst, MD? Marc Probst, MD, MS is an Academic Emergency Physician… Read More You’re TOO Sweet! DKA Emergency w/Marc Probst, MD

Part 2 – PCI Post Cardiac Arrest w/Markus dela Cruz, RN

Markus dela Cruz, RN Mark is an ED Nurse extraordinaire who turned into a Cath Lab RN. He is also found working in PACU units and still works some ED shifts. Mark also considers himself a foodie and likes exploring Queens, NY. Mark works at a Level 1 Trauma Center that is also a STEMI… Read More Part 2 – PCI Post Cardiac Arrest w/Markus dela Cruz, RN

Your Patient Is Going to the Cath Lab!!! Part 1 w/Markus Dela Cruz, RN

Markus dela Cruz, RN Mark is an ED Nurse extraordinaire who turned into a Cath Lab RN. He is also found working in PACU units and still works some ED shifts. Mark also considers himself a foodie and likes exploring Queens, NY. Mark works at a Level 1 Trauma Center that is also a STEMI… Read More Your Patient Is Going to the Cath Lab!!! Part 1 w/Markus Dela Cruz, RN

Hello Modified Valsalva Maneuver. Good-Bye Ice. Adenosine, Take a Backseat.

Chief Complaint Pt comes in with a heart rate of 170-200. Complains of palpitations/sob/chest pain/dizziness/or nothing. ┬áIs this SVT or A-Fib? Hint! Today we are talking about SVT. Bedside Checklist Take off clothing waist up. Put on a hospital gown. Immediately place pulse ox, leads, and bp cuff – in that order. If oxygenation is… Read More Hello Modified Valsalva Maneuver. Good-Bye Ice. Adenosine, Take a Backseat.