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Day 04: Dyspnea, Part 1

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jonathan jones
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The differential for dyspnea is very, very long, and some of the heavy-hitters are covered elsewhere (PE, pneumothorax, ACS, tox, etc). Here are a few others as well as a quick intro to managing the airway, one of the emergency physician's signature skills.

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AccessEmergency Medicine > Case Files: Emergency Medicine 3e > Case 38 > Case 38
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AccessEmergency Medicine > Case Files: Emergency Medicine 3e > Case 54 > Case 54
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AccessEmergency Medicine > Orotracheal Intubation > Orotracheal Intubation
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AccessEmergency Medicine > Cricothyrotomy > Cricothyrotomy
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