Decision-Making Help for Managing Neonatal Hyperbilirubinemia in the ED

Hyperbilirubinemia is one the most common reasons for emergency department visits for the neonate. Most cases…

Test Your Knowledge: Postpartum Complications in the ED

Postpartum patients may present to the emergency department with complaints ranging from minor issues, requiring only…

What’s Your Diagnosis? Managing Postpartum Complications in the Emergency Department 

Welcome to this month’s What’s Your Diagnosis Challenge! But before we begin, check to see if…

Pregnant With Vomiting

History A 33 yo female presents for possible pregnancy. She gives a hx of only 3…

Ectopic Pregnancy

Location >90% of ectopics are fallopian, 1% abdominal, 1% cervix, 1-3% ovarian, 1% c-section scar Heterotopic…

Postpartum Hemorrhage

Definition ACOG defines postpartum hemorrhage as cumulative blood loss of greater than or equal to 1,000…

Preeclampsia

Criteria Pregnancy, 20 weeks gestation up to 6 weeks postpartum, AND Hypertension >140/90 x 2 (at least…

Test Your Knowledge: Abnormal Uterine Bleeding in the Nonpregnant Patient

Uterine bleeding that is abnormal in timing, duration, or quantity affects nearly one-third of women and…

What’s Your Diagnosis? ED Management of Abnormal Uterine Bleeding in the Nonpregnant Patient

Welcome to this month’s What’s Your Diagnosis Challenge! Case Presentation: Emergency Department Management of Abnormal Uterine…