Drug Rashes

Drug Rashes

Drug rashes are fairly common, but like much of dermatology, diagnostic clarification can be hard to achieve. Here, we present a standardized approach to drug rashes in the Emergency Department.   Differential Diagnosis Clinical Approach      ...
Letter to my Younger (Staff) Self Redux

Letter to my Younger (Staff) Self Redux

Five years ago, as a relatively new staff physician, I had written a letter to my younger-self,¬†as to subscribe some wisdom to the to what I wish I had known heading into residency. Five years later, I’ve realized that early staff transition phase had a lot of...
Reduction of urea test ordering in the emergency department: multicomponent intervention including education, electronic ordering, and data feedback

Reduction of urea test ordering in the emergency department: multicomponent intervention including education, electronic ordering, and data feedback

Methodology: 2.5/5 Usefulness: 2/5 Mathura P, et al. CJEM. 2022 Sep;24(6):636-640. Editorial: When evidence-based medicine and quality improvement collide. Question and Methods: Can we decrease physician ordering of the BUN (blood urea nitrogen) test, using an...