Always great to see this study make the rounds. This edition of Facts on the Ground, reviews the PRIME study comparing intranasal ketamine with fentanyl in a randomized, non inferiority trial.
This edition in the Facts on the Ground series reviews a large retrospective study that attempts to discern a difference between normal saline and lactated ringer's in severe sepsis.
This Facts on the Ground post focuses on a study that attempted to answer what attributes are found in effective disaster responders.
This edition of Facts on the Ground looks at a multi center study that attempts to answer whether or not every child who faints needs an EKG.
This particular paper is a modern-classic, and many of you may have already identified how it changes your practice. Review the step by step method in this edition of Facts on the Ground.
Facts on the Ground: Do radiographic features of community acquired pneumonia align with clinical findings and labs?
Can we correlate labs and symptoms with X-Ray findings in community acquired pneumonia? Find out in this edition of Facts on the Ground.
Facts on the Ground: Does Optic Nerve Ultrasound Reliably Predict Ventriculoperitoneal Shunt Failure?
This edition of Facts on the Ground looks at whether or not ultrasound of the eye and optic nerve can help predict shunt malfunctions.
This edition of Facts on the Ground looks at whether or not specific gravity impacts the diagnosis of UTI. Spoiler alert - it does! Read on to find out how.
This edition of Facts on the Ground looks at whether or not ultrasound-guided peripheral IVs last longer.
Facts on the Ground: Meningitis and Encephalitis are rare in complex febrile seizures without worrisome symptoms
The first edition of Facts on the Ground looks at whether or not we need to perform a lumbar puncture in complex febrile seizures.