Obstetrics/Gynecology – 2015


Below we have listed our selection of the 10 highest quality blog posts within the past 12 months (as assessed January 2015) related to neurologic emergencies, curated and approved for residency training by the AIR Series Board. More specifically in this module, we identified 4 AIRs and 6 Honorable Mentions. We recommend programs give 3 hours (just under 20 minutes per article) of III credit for this module.

Article Title Author Date Link Category
SGEM#104: Let’s Talk about Sex Baby, Let’s Talk about STDs Nadia Awad, PharmD January 23, 2015 SGEM: STI Tx’s Approved Instructional Resource
SGEM#105: Does this Woman Have an Ectopic Baby, Baby? Matt Dawson, MD January 29, 2015 SGEM: Diagnosing Ectopics Approved Instructional Resource
Is Pelvic Exam in the Emergency Department Useful? Salim Rezaie, MD January 30, 2014 ALiEM: Pelvic Exam Usefulness? Approved Instructional Resource
Blind Swab vs Speculum-assisted Endocervical Swab Justin Steinberg, MD January 13, 2015 HQMedED: Blind Swab? Approved Instructional Resource
Ondansetron vs. Metoclopramide in Hyperemesis Ryan Radecki, MD September 22, 2014 EMLitOfNote: Odans Vs Metoclop Honorable Mention
Postnatal depression Andrew Tagg, MD August 6, 2014 DFTB: Postnatal Depression Honorable Mention
Medical Complications of Pregnancy Andy Neill, MD November 22, 2014 EMIreland: Preg Complications Honorable Mention
Tiny Tip: Pre-eclampsia Sarah Luckett-Gatopoulos, MD April 9, 2014 Boring EM: Pre-Eclampsia Honorable Mention
Ovarian Torsion Sean Fox, MD January 24, 2014 PedsEMMorsels: Ovarian Torsion Honorable Mention
Tiny Tip: HELLP Syndrome Sarah Luckett-Gatopoulos, MD August 14, 2014 Boring EM: HELLP Honorable Mention

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