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Episode 17

Managing Shoulder Injuries in the Emergency Department: Fracture, Dislocation, and Overuse

Date: 6/1/2018 | Length: 29:38

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Disclaimer: This is the unedited transcript of the podcast. Please excuse any typos.

Jeff: Welcome back to EMplify, the podcast corollary to EB Medicine’s Emergency Medicine Practice. I’m Jeff Nusbaum, and I’m back with my co-host, Nachi Gupta. We’ll be taking you through the June 2018 issue of Emergency Medicine Practice: Managing shoulder injuries in the emergency department: fracture, dislocation, and overuse.

Nachi: As with the December issue on lower extremity dislocations, there are quite a few reduction techniques that we are going to cover. While I’m confident that our auditory descriptions will be outstanding, this is another great episode to have the main article out in front of you to check out some of the key figures. It’s also not a terrible idea to at some point check out some videos of the maneuvers.

Jeff: And as always, we’ll have a [DING SOUND] before we mention an answer to a CME question -- another great reason to pull the issue out if you can. In this episodes, we’re going to do what EB Medicine does best – and really focus on the specific evidence behind the management of each type of injury and reduction technique.


Most Important References

6. * Ponce BA, Kundukulam JA, Pflugner R, et al. Sternoclavicular joint surgery: how far does danger lurk below? J Shoulder Elbow Surg. 2013;22(7):993-999. (Prospective cohort; 49 patients)

12. * Slaven EJ, Mathers J. Differential diagnosis of shoulder and cervical pain: a case report. J Man Manip Ther. 2010;18(4):191-196. (Case report)

15. * Helfen T, Ockert B, Pozder P, et al. Management of prehospital shoulder dislocation: feasibility and need of reduction. Eur J Trauma Emerg Surg. 2016;42(3):357-362. (Retrospective review; 70 patients)

49. * Lenza M, Belloti JC, Andriolo RB, et al. Conservative interventions for treating middle third clavicle fractures in adolescents and adults. Cochrane Database Syst Rev. 2014(5):CD007121. (Systematic review; 3 trials, 354 patients)

55. * Neer CS, 2nd. Displaced proximal humeral fractures: part I. Classification and evaluation. 1970. Clin Orthop Relat Res. 2006;442:77-82. (Review article)

99. * Sholsberg J, Jackson R. Best evidence topic report. Intra-articular corticosteroid injections in acute rheumatoid monoarthritides. Emerg Med J. 2004;21(2):204. (Systematic review; 1 study, 137 patients)


Meet the Hosts

Nachi Gupta MD, PhD

Jeff Nusbaum, MD

 

Drs. Gupta and Nusbaum are practicing emergency physicians. Join Jeff, a former firefighter, and Nachi, a former mathematician, as they take you through the June 2018 issue of Emergency Medicine PracticeEmergency Medicine Practice: Managing shoulder injuries in the emergency department: fracture, dislocation, and overuse.


About The Podcast

Get quick-hit summaries of hot topics in emergency medicine. EMplify summarizes evidence-based reviews in a monthly podcast. Highlights of the latest research published in EB Medicine's peer-reviewed journals educate and arm you for life in the ED.

 

 

 

 

Publication Information
Authors

Richard Pescatore, DO; Andrew Nyce, MD

Peer Reviewers

John Munyak, MD; Mark Silverberg, MD, FACEP, MMB

Publication Date

June 1, 2018

CME Expiration Date

June 30, 2021

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