Endocrine – 2021

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Course Credit: 3.5 hours

AIR Stamp of Approval and Honorable Mentions

Below we have listed our selection of the 7 highest quality blog posts within the past 12 months, as assessed in May 2021 related to endocrine emergencies in the Emergency Department, curated and approved for residency training by the AIR Series Board. More specifically in this Block, we identified 4 AIR and 3 Honorable Mentions blog posts. After reading the posts, please take the quizzes. We recommend programs give 3.5 hours (approximately 30 minutes per article) of III credit for this module.

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SiteArticleAuthor(s)April 10, 2021Label
EMCritWernicke’s EncephalopathyJosh Farkas, MDOctober 14, 2020AIR
EMCritHyperosmolar Hyperglycemic State (HHS)Josh Farkas, MDJuly 31, 2020AIR
EMDocsHyperglycemic Hyperosmolar State: ED presentation, evaluation, management, and complicationsRachel De Andrande Pereira, MD, Muhammad Waseem, MD, and Mushtaq Godil MDJanuary 2, 2020AIR
DFTBDiabetic KetoacidosisDani Hall, MDJanuary 27, 2020AIR
ALiEMIs Lactated Ringer’s Solution Safe for Hyperkalemia Patients?Bryan Hayes, PharmD, DABAT, FAACT, FASHP and Mike O’Brien, PharmDApril 10, 2021HM
EMDocsDecompensated Hypothyroidism: Why do we miss it, and how do we improve?Faiz Ahmed, MD and Brian Meier, MD, MSc-GHNovember 30, 2020HM
EMDocsCritical Hyponatremia: Pearls and PitfallsNikita Desai, MD and David Jang, MDJanuary 13, 2020HM

AIR = Approved Instructional Resource; HM = Honorable Mention

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