Can you tell whether Morbitz type I or II?
After observation under ECG monitor for a prolonged period of time, we found that this patient is likely to have a high grade AV block.
Returning travelers with fever
Medscape CDC Expert Commentary
Leptospirosis conjunctival suffusion
Leptospirosis petechial rash
WHO Fact Sheets
BRUE replaces the old term ALTE
BRUE = Brief Resolved Unexplained Event
Mount Fuji sign
CT scan: Tension pneumocephalus secondary to frontal sinus fracture.
Observing the endotracheal tube (ETT) pass through the vocal cords is widely taught and promoted as a means to ensure correct ETT placement. However, in isolation, this may be an insufficient way to determine success. The accompanying image highlights why seeing the ETT go through the vocal cords may not be as “gold” a standard for confirmation of correct ETT placement as it was once thought and has now been usurped by waveform capnography or bronchoscopy.