Always keep in mind of these 7 commonly missed diagnoses:
1. Aortic dissection
2. Spinal epidural abscess
3. Necrotizing fasciitis
4. Pulmonary embolism
5. Posterior circulation stroke
6. ACS (STEMI/NSTEMI/UA)
Please do not forget that, injuries to the hip can present as knee pain:
1. Slipped capito-femoral epiphysis (SCFE), in pediatric patients.
2. Femoral neck fracture, in elderly population.
End-tidal CO2 monitoring in cardiac arrest
Pitfall: a common pitfall is to stop chest compressions as soon the end-tidal CO2 jumps to 40. CPR should only be discontinued after persistent end-tidal CO2 >40 and additional signs of ROSC are present.
Surviving Sepsis Campaign: COVD-19 ARDS Infographic