This podcast is good for those who are interested in: Emergency Medicine, Critical Care Medicine, Intensive Care, Pulmonology, Trauma
Typical length of episodes: About 20 minutes
How often a new episode comes out: Every other week
Episode topics: administering “maximally aggressive care,” evidence-based information about dealing with sepsis, toxicology, trauma, airway management, and more.
Sample episode — “EMCrit RACC Podcast 216 — The Hemodynamically Neutral Intubation”: Can you successfully intubate hemodynamically unstable patients without killing them? This episode ups the ante and teaches you how to achieve a hemodynamic neutral.
Tidbit about the show: It takes a whole team to run EMCrit, which is both a podcast and an umbrella media organization that also includes PulmCrit, by Josh Farkas, MD, and EMNerd, by Rory Spiegel, MD. These segments live on the EMCrit website. Most episodes feature guest speakers, and there are also shorter mini-episodes called EMCrit or PulmCrit Wee episodes. Listeners can receive CME for tuning in.
About the host: Scott D. Weingart, MD is an ED intensivist at Stony Brook University Hospital in New York and an Associate Professor at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. Scott Weingart heads the EMCrit empire and tweets at @emcrit.
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