Happiness in Excess

Toxicology Talks with Toxijawn Author: Julianne Heater, DO, Emergency Medicine Resident PGY2Faculty: Alexis Cates, DO, Medical Toxicology / Emergency Medicine Attending The Case. It’s a busy weekend at a Level 1 Trauma Emergency Department when EMS calls about an 18 year old female, possible overdose. You set up your room for any airway issues that … Continue reading Happiness in Excess

When more is not always better

When More Is Not Always Better Author: Caitlin Boyle, DO; Emergency Medicine Resident PGY1Fellow: Alexis Cates, DO; Medical Toxicology Fellow PGY6Faculty: David Goldberger, MD; Medical Toxicology / Emergency Medicine Attending The case: You are working on a Friday afternoon in a busy Philadelphia emergency department when a 36 year old female is brought in by … Continue reading When more is not always better

A Massive Problem

Toxicology Talks with Toxijawn A Massive Problem Author: Vincent Basile, DO, Emergency Medicine Resident PGY1Fellow: Alexis Cates, DO, Medical Toxicology Fellow PGY6Faculty: James Krueger, MD, Medical Toxicology / Emergency Medicine Attending The Case. A young adult female is transferred to your ICU after being found down at home by her parents. The patient initially presented … Continue reading A Massive Problem

A Toxic Metal

Toxicology Talks with Toxijawn A Toxic Metal Author: Samara Albazzaz, MD, Emergency Medicine Resident PGY1Fellow: Laura Roper, MD, Medical Toxicology Fellow PGY4Fellow: Alexis Cates, DO, Medical Toxicology Fellow PGY6Faculty: James Krueger, MD, Medical Toxicology / Emergency Medicine Attending The case: It’s a busy Friday night – STEMIs, Stroke Alerts, and traumas galore! You finally have … Continue reading A Toxic Metal