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Episode 14 | Emergency Department Management of Smoke Inhalation Injury in Adults

When treating patients who have suffered injury in a fire, managing their airway is as critical as treating their burns.

Join hosts Jeff Nusbaum, MD, and Nachi Gupta, MD on this episode of EMplify as they take you through the March 2018 issue of Emergency Medicine Practice: Emergency Department Management of Smoke Inhalation Injuries in Adults.

This month’s issue was authored by Dr. Otterness and Dr. Ahn of the Stony Brook School of Medicine. It was also reviewed by a toxicology duo of Dr. Manini of The Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and Dr. Nelson of Rutgers New Jersey Medical School.

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Emergency Trauma Care: Current Topics And Controversies, Volume II (Trauma CME)

Publication Information

Karalynn Otterness, MD; Christine Ahn, MD

Peer Reviewers

Alex Manini, MD, MS, FACMT, FAACT; Lewis S. Nelson, MD

Publication Date

March 1, 2018

CME Expiration Date

March 31, 2021

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