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Podcast 650: PNES

Contributor:  Katie Sprinkel, MD Educational Pearls: Psychogenic Non-Epileptic Seizures (PNES) are due to a psychogenic rather than an epileptic cause Despite common assumption, PNES are not always volitional  20-40% of those with PNES can also have true epileptic seizures 20-40% True diagnosis requires a video EEG  Characteristics of PNES include: Waxing and waning of the…

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Mental Health Monthly #7: Urine Toxicology in the ED

This episode of Mental Health Monthly we will be discussing drugs screens in the Emergency Department with Dr. Justin Romano and Eddie Carillo. Dr. Justin Romano is a current psychiatry resident and Eddie Carillo is a licensed mental health therapist. Check out their podcast Millennial Mental Health Channel on all major podcast platforms. Shout out…

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Mental Health Monthly #6: Suicide Assessment

EMM is excited to welcome back the hosts of Millennial Mental Health Channel podcast to explain the key points of a robust suicide assessment in the ED. Dr. Justin Romano is a third year psychiatry resident in Omaha, Nebraska and Eddie Carrillo is a licensed mental health therapist currently working at partial hospitalization and IOP…

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Podcast 621: Pediatric Psychosis

Contributor: Aaron Lessen, MD Educational Pearls: Schizophrenia typically doesn’t present until age 13 and has a prodrome Prodrome includes months of gradual changes in behavior, starting with negative symptoms and progressing to positive symptoms Negative symptoms include losing concentration, poor memory, poor school performance, and personality changes Positive symptoms include hallucinations, which tend to be…

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Mental Health Monthly #5: Borderline Personality Disorder

For this episode of Mental Health Monthly, EMM is honored to collaborate with the hosts of Millennial Mental Health Channel podcast to explain Borderline Personality Disorder and tips to manage patients with this diagnosis in the Emergency Department. Dr. Justin Romano is a third year psychiatry resident in Omaha, Nebraska and Eddie Carrillo is a…

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Mental Health Monthly #4: Trauma, Loss and Grief in First Responders Heightened by COVID-19

Trauma and loss are common issues faced by emergency personnel and first responders. These challenges have since been heightened by the COVID-19 pandemic. On this installment of Mental Health Monthly, Anat ‘Nati’ Geva, PsyD, LP joins us to discuss the stages of grief in response to loss and trauma and how they pertain to first…

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Podcast 584:  Ketamine for Depression and Suicidality 

Contributor: Jared Scott, MD Educational Pearls: Suicide is currently the 10th leading cause of death in the US  Low quality studies have reported ketamine as a potential promising agent in treating depression and preventing suicidal ideations or thoughts Randomized study was performed looking at giving ketamine to depressed patients in the ED to see if…

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Mental Health Monthly #3: Maintaining Mental Health and Wellness for Healthcare Professionals

In this timely installment of Mental Health Monthly, mental health expert Lexi Eliades shares useful tips for identifying burnout and mental health decline as well as ways to maintain mental wellness amidst adversity and significant stress. We at Emergency Medical Minute know many of our listeners are on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic. We…

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Podcast 554: Sleeping Away Alzheimer’s

Contributor: Dave Rosenberg, MD Educational Pearls: White noise is all the surrounding sound frequencies mixed together that your brain tunes down so you don’t get distracted while you’re sleeping Pink noise, or deep soothing noises, is the accentuated bass sounds like falling rain or waves crashing your brain keys into while sleeping. Brain electrical waves…

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Mental Health Monthly #2: Non-Epileptic Seizures (NES)

Non Epileptic Seizures (NES) is perhaps one of the most misunderstood and overlooked disorders that emergency medicine professionals encounter. Dr. Randi Libbon & Dr. Laura Strom, both experts on NES, explain the ongoing research surrounding the topic as well as how to best manage patients with NES in the emergency setting. To learn more about…

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