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Dr. Stock shares a story about a larger-than-life patient who does something he shouldn’t and the nurse who expertly handled him in this month’s episode.
Dr. Stock takes us on a trip to Kashmir in this month’s episode.
Dr. Stock praises his emergency medicine colleagues for standing up to the challenges they faced during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Data brokers are companies that collect data themselves or buy it from other companies and crawl the internet for useful information about users. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/zahir21/message
Nasra Yusuf Mohamed al-Enezi (also given as Nusra Anzi) became the first Kuwaiti woman ever to be hanged. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/zahir21/message
Ross William Ulbricht is an American inmate serving life imprisonment for creating and operating the darknet market website Silk Road from 2011 until his arrest in 2013. The site used Tor for anonymity and bitcoin as a currency and facilitated the sale of narcotics and other illegal sales. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/zahir21/mess…
Jack the Ripper was an unidentified serial killer active in the impoverished districts in and around Whitechapel in the East End of London in 1888. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/zahir21/message
Mr. Hernandez tells what it was like to be a first-generation Latino medical student.
Fritz haber was a German chemist who received the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1918 for his invention of the Haber–Bosch process.Haber is also considered the "father of chemical warfare" ( The Monster)for his years of pioneering work developing and weaponizing chlorine and other poisonous gases during World War I. --- Send in a voice message: https:…
Dr. Grock shares a story about a patient who had been bouncing in and out of the ED. What seemed like a straightforward disposition turned into more than he was bargaining for. Hear more in this month’s podcast.
Illuminati is one of the oldest secret society and many believe Illuminati is responsible for major wars including the French Revolution, World War 1 & 2 and engage in media manipulation, capitalism, Illegal activities and in controlling the entertainment industry. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/zahir21/message…
Manuel Celedon, MD, shares the top 10 things he learned during his years in emergency medicine. Hear more in this month’s podcast.
Luis Valle Vega, RN, recounts how seeing a former patient at a grocery store helped with his burnout. Hear more in this month’s podcast.
Unit 731 was a covert biological and chemical warfare research and development unit of the Imperial Japanese Army that engaged in lethal human experimentation and biological weapons manufacturing during the Second Sino-Japanese War (1937–1945) and World War II. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/zahir21/message…
Abdulkareem Agunbiade, MD, tells a funny story about how a medical acronym sent him on a wild goose chase. Hear more in this month’s podcast
Sometimes, no matter how hard you try, you can’t stop your medical student from failing, says Erik Adler, MD, as he recalls supervising one who face planted at the most inopportune time. Hear more in this month’s podcast.
What’s the hardest part of being an emergency physician? Devlyn Corrigan, DO, says the most distressing times for him were when he felt alone in the ED. Hear more in this month’s podcast.
Bryan Brusick, RN, tells a story about dealing with an animated trauma patient. He had been hit by a car and began screaming and refused to answer questions. One of the paramedics decided to look through his bag to see if he had any drugs that would explain his erratic behavior, and learned that sometimes it's better not to look through a satchel.…
An emergency physician, who preferred to stay anonymous, shares her experience with the COVID-19 surge.
Bryan Brusick, RN, shares a story about a patient he treated while working on Thanksgiving. Initially, the patient was calm and cooperative, but like most things in the ED, that suddenly changed.
Dr. Basrai talks about how hard it can be when a stable patient takes a sudden turn for the worse.
Devlyn Corrigan, DO, shares a story from his surgical rotation as a medical student where the words “don’t rock the boat” held deep meaning for him.
Dr. Zahir Basrai returns to share a story from the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic. A patient presented with altered mental status and needed to be intubated. Little did he know that securing the patient's airway would set off a hospital-wide fire drill.
Most of the time things go smoothly in the pediatric ED, but Zahir Basrai, MD, says when things go wrong, they go really wrong. In this episode, he shares a story of a pediatric cardiac arrest. Initially, the resuscitation was mechanical, but all of that changed when the patient’s father was brought into the room.…
Andrew Grock, MD, remembers a moment in his intern year where a patient thought he was someone else.
Erik Adler, MD, talks about what he got wrong in his first encounter with a critically ill COVID19-patient.
Gregory Powell, MD, shares a life-changing experience that resulted in his interest in wilderness medicine.
Gregory Powell, MD, shares what it is like to be a family member of a patient.
Gregory Powell, MD, talks about a climbing trip to Joshua Tree that changed his life.
Gregory Powell, MD, shares the event that inspired him to become an emergency physician.
Hannah Janeway, MD, explains how to become an activist and why you have to be willing to risk some of your privilege to create change.
An emergency physician describes her struggle in figuring out how she can be a code leader while keeping the staff and herself safe.
Hemang Acharya, MD, shares his experience being a protest medic during the recent protests. In this podcast, he discusses tips on how physicians and other health care providers can get started as a protest medic and shares strategies on how to treat protestors who have been tear-gassed and pepper-sprayed.…
During his time as an emergency medicine resident in New York City, Andrew Grock, MD, developed a love for the city and built lasting friendships. In this podcast, he shares how difficult it has been to watch the city he loves get hit with COVID-19.
Dr. Basrai talks about how COVID-19 seemed so far away at first, and about what it was like to for hospitals to nervously wait for the wave of patients to hit them.
Dr. Basrai feels the stress of COVID-19 in the hospital but also at home.
Dr. Anderson shares a story of a patient who presents with the claim of a retained foreign body. Sometimes all it takes a second look in order to find something.
Dr. Silk shares a story about airlifting a burn victim from Haiti to Florida.
Dr. Seleno remembers a shift that quickly goes from being calm to complete chaos. Her evaluation of a chest pain patient is interrupted when a psychiatric patient starts running around the department, and her attention is only brought back to the patient with chest pain when his wife came out of the room screaming.…
Dr. Ekanayake tells the story of how a seemingly benign encounter turned into an unforgettable experience.
Dr. Patel shares what it is like to work in rural emergency medicine, describes the racism he has faced, and discusses how emergency medicine has allowed him to form bridges with the most unlikely of patients.
Dr. Luu shares a story from a first date that started off great, but then she realized something was wrong with her companion. Listen to what it’s like to date as a physician.
Dr. Vega was assigned a patient struggling to prove that his bowels were no longer obstructed. It turns out that a problem with the plumbing is the cause for the impasse.
Dr. Acharya tells the story of an 80-year-old hit by a car who escaped without a scratch. Then he found the man in the ED bathroom engaging in, let’s say, a Schedule 1 activity
Scott Jacobs, MD, tells the story how a situation in the ED initially under control rapidly deteriorated when a patient on methamphetamines flipped a gurney. Weapons used in this battle include an IV pole and pepper spray. The ending will surprise you.
Concierge physicians commonly treat guests at Disneyland hotels, and Scott Jacobs, MD, tells the story of how one critical patient landed in his ED. Maybe the happiest place on Earth isn’t always happy.
Michael Smolens, MD, shares an incredible story about a pregnant patient in labor in the ED in this episode of the Physician Grind podcast.
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