Toxicology – 2020

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AIR Stamp of Approval and Honorable Mentions

Below we have listed our selection of the 11 highest quality blog posts within the past 12 months, as assessed in March 2020 related to toxicology in the Emergency Department, curated and approved for residency training by the AIR Series Board. More specifically in this Block, we identified 1 AIR and 10 Honorable Mentions blog posts. After reading the posts, please take the quizzes. We recommend programs give 6 hours (approximately 30 minutes per article) of III credit for this module.

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EMCrit (The Tox and the Hound)In the beginningDiane Callelo, MD6 Jun 2019AIR
EMCrit (The Tox and the Hound)Sugar vs squeeze in cardiotoxic poisoningsJon Cole, MD and Megan Spyres, MD2 Dec 2019HM
EMCrit (The Tox and the Hound)pH in salicylate overdoseDan Rusyniak, MD30 Apr 2019HM
EMCrit (The Tox and the Hound)We need to talk about charcoalDavid Juurlink MD/PhD2 Dec 2019HM
EMCrit (The Tox and the Hound)Color me blueChristine Murphy, MD21 Oct 2019HM
EMCrit (The Tox and the Hound)Don’t wernicke’s, B(1) happyMegan Spyres, MD7 Oct 2019HM
EMCrit (The Tox and the Hound)Not all gas is funnyJeanna Marraffa, PharmD2 Oct 2019HM
EMCrit (The Tox and the Hound)Fear and loathing in alcohol withdrawalJeff Lapoint, DO24 Jun 2019HM
EMCrit (PulmCrit)Alcohol withdrawalJosh Farkas, MD18 Jul 2019HM
EmDocsOne taste/pill can killNikki Richardson, MD and Kathryn Kopec, DO5 Dec 2019HM
Peds EM MorselsOctreotide for sulfonylurea toxicitySean Fox, MD23 Aug 2019HM
(AIR = Approved Instructional Resource; HM = Honorable Mention)

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