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Foundations of Emergency Medicine
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SITE NAME
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2019-2020 Foundations
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*Each Foundations Unit requires 55min of in-classroom time
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**A 45-55min orientation meeting should be scheduled for all Foundations I learners
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*** For the Orientation Meeting, pick out one case from the unit planned for your first full Foundations Meeting (GI I or Orther) to demonstrate expectations for learners; this leaves only 2 cases to review during your first full Foundations Meeting to allow learners more time as they adjust to this new learning method.
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Foundations ICoordinated Resources
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#Date (time)UnitGeneral TopicsCase ACase BCase C
Paired Framework
Rosh Mini-Test
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0Orientation / Course ReviewFoundations Overview, Intro to Oral Boards CasesDEMO Case 12 (Incarcerated Hernia/SBO)
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1GI IGI Bleeding, Esophageal and Stomach DisordersPRACTICE Case 7 (Boerrhaave Syndrome)PRACTICE Case 27 (Bleeding Ulcer)PRACTICE Case 12 (Incarcerated Hernia/SBO)Approach to Nausea and VomitingFOUNDATIONS I (F1) UNIT 01- GI I
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2GI IIAcute Abdomen, AnorectalCase 39 (Perianal Abscess)Case 37 (Appendicitis - RLQ pain female)Case 75 (Ischemic Bowel)Abdominal ImagingFOUNDATIONS I (F1) UNIT 02- GI II
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3GI IIIBiliary, Liver, GI InfectionsCase 5 (Cholecystitis)(*P) Case 83 (Diarrhea with HUS)Case 98 (Spontaneous Bacterial Peritonitis)Approach to JaundiceFOUNDATIONS I (F1) UNIT 03- GI III
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4Pulm INon-infectious Pulmonary Disease(*P) Case 29 (Asthma)Case 35 (PE)Case 201 (Trach Complication)Approach to HypoxemiaFOUNDATIONS I (F1) UNIT 04- Pulm I
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5Pulm IIInfectious Pulmonary DiseaseCase 72 (CAP with Sepsis)Case 202 (Hypertensive Pulmonary Edema)Case 303A (TB simple)Approach to Emergent Airway ManagementFOUNDATIONS I (F1) UNIT 05- Pulm II
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6Cards IDysrhythmiasCase 203 (Atrial Flutter)Cases 28 (Bradycardia)Case 71 (SVT)Tachyarrhythmia, Bradyarrhythmia, Approach to Cardiac ArrestFOUNDATIONS I (F1) UNIT 06- Cards I
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7Cards IIACS, CHFCase 33 (Cocaine CP)Case 43 (Inferior/RV MI)Case 264 (Flash Pulm Edema)Approach to CHFFOUNDATIONS I (F1) UNIT 07- Cards II
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8Cards IIIValvular disease, Carditis, SyncopeCase 204 (Myocarditis)Case 247 (Cardiogenic Syncope)Case 301 (Endocarditis)Approach to Undifferentiated Shock, Approach to SyncopeFOUNDATIONS I (F1) UNIT 08- Cards III
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9VascularDissection, Aneurysm, DVT & HTNCase 23 (Ruptured AAA) Case 100 (Hypertensive Emergency)Case 110 (Thoracic Aortic Dissection)Approach to HTN in the EDFOUNDATIONS I (F1) UNIT 09- Vasc
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10Trauma IGeneral Trauma: Thoracic, Abdominal, Pelvic, Extremities, PedsCase 79 (Pelvic Fracture, Open Ankle Fracture)Case 90 (Tension PTX)Case 96 (Splenic Rupture)Decision Making in Trauma - Chest and Abdomen, Pelvic and ExtremityFOUNDATIONS I (F1) UNIT 10- Trauma I
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11Trauma IIGeneral Trauma: Brain, Spine, HEENTCase 25 (Maxillofacial Trauma)Case 38 (Subdural Hematoma)Case 73 (Neurogenic Shock)Decision Making in Trauma - Head and NeckFOUNDATIONS I (F1) UNIT 11- Trauma II
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12Trauma IIISpecialized Trauma: Penetrating, Blast, Electrical, Burns, PregnancyCase 26 (Thermal Burn)Case 49 (Acute Pericardial Tamponade)Case 205 (Electrical Injury)Approach to Burn Management (subject to change)FOUNDATIONS I (F1) UNIT 12- Trauma III
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13Peds IPediatric Resuscitation, Neonatal Emergencies(*P) Case 206 (ALTE/BRUE)(*P) Case 207 (Neonatal Jaundice) (*P) Case 208 (Febrile Infant)Approach to the Sick NeonateFOUNDATIONS I (F1) UNIT 13- Peds I
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14Peds IIPediatric Pulm, Pediatric Infections(*P) Case 53 (Kawasaki Disease)(*P) Case 209 (Well child with fever)(*P) Case 210 (Bronchiolitis)Approach to the Febrile NeonateFOUNDATIONS I (F1) UNIT 14- Peds II
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15Peds IIIOther Pediatric Emergencies, Child Abuse(*P) Case 34 (Simple Febrile Seizure)(*P) Case 69 (Intussusception)(*P) Case 82 (Nonaccidental Trauma) Approach to Pediatric Abdominal PainFOUNDATIONS I (F1) UNIT 15- Peds III
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16HEENTEye, Ear, Nose & Throat EmergenciesCase 11 (Acute Angle-Closure Glaucoma)Case 16 (Retinal Artery Occlusion)(*P) Case 18 (Retropharyngeal Abscess)Approach to Vision LossFOUNDATIONS I (F1) UNIT 16- HEENT
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17IDInfectious Emergencies(*P) Case 57 (RMSF)Case 70 (HIV Pneumonia)Case 99 (Pulmonary Inhalational Anthrax)Aproach to Fever in the HIV PatientFOUNDATIONS I (F1) UNIT 17- ID
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18Neuro ISeizure, Coma, AMS, Vertigo, Headache, MeningitisCase 59 (Meningitis)Case 67 (Status Epilepticus)Case 252 (Central Vertigo)Approach to AMSFOUNDATIONS I (F1) UNIT 18- Neuro I
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19Neuro IIStroke, Neuromuscular, Neuropathy, Spinal CordCase 31 (GBS)Case 54 (Cauda Equina)Case 78 (Left MCA Stroke)Approach to WeaknessFOUNDATIONS I (F1) UNIT 19- Neuro II
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20OrthoTraumatic Orthopedic Injuries12 Ortho Mini-Cases (Fundamentals), some peds (*P) FOUNDATIONS I (F1) UNIT 20- Ortho
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21Tox IToxidromes and Poisoning ICase 245 (Opioid Overdose)Case 94 (TCA Overdose)(*P) Case 319 (Ethylene Glycol Ingestion)Approach to the Poisoned Patient/ Toxicologic ResuscitationFOUNDATIONS I (F1) UNIT 21- Tox I
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22Tox IIToxidromes and Poisoning IICase 85 (Acetaminophen Overdose)Case 318 (Organophosphate)Case 320 (CCB Overdose)Approach to ToxidromesFOUNDATIONS I (F1) UNIT 22- Tox II
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23EnvironmentalEnvironmental ExposuresCase 62 (High Altitude Cerebral Edema)Case 50 (Dog Bite)Case 315 (Rattlesnake Bite)Approach to Hypothermic ResuscitationFOUNDATIONS I (F1) UNIT 23- Enviro
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24Renal / Male GURenal and Male Gentiourinary Disorders(*P) Case 20 (Testicular Torsion)Case 68 (Fournier Gangrene)Case 309 (Priapism)Approach to Testicular PainFOUNDATIONS I (F1) UNIT 24- Renal/GU
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25GYNOvarian and Uterine Disease, Gyn InfectionCase 44 (Ovarian Torsion)Case 51 (Tubo-Ovarian Abscess)Case 306 (Sexual Assault)Approach to Female Pelvic PainFOUNDATIONS I (F1) UNIT 25- Gyn
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26OBPregnancy EmergenciesCase 40 (Ectopic Pregnancy)Case 92 (Eclampsia)Case 211 (First Trimester Vaginal Bleeding)Approach to Vaginal BleedingFOUNDATIONS I (F1) UNIT 26- OB
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27Endo / MetabolicEndocrine, Metabolic and Nutritional DisordersCase 10 (Hyperkalemia)(*P) Case 42 (DKA)Case 81 (Thyrotoxicosis)Approach to Hyperglycemia/InsulinFOUNDATIONS I (F1) UNIT 27- Endo/Met
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28Heme / OncHematologic Emergencies, Emergent Complications of MalignancyCase 47 (TTP) (*P) Case 212 (Sickle Cell Crisis - Acute Chest Syndrome)Case 310 (Tumor Lysis)Approach to Sickle Cell CrisisFOUNDATIONS I (F1) UNIT 28- Heme/Onc
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29PsychPsychiatric EmergenciesCase 77 (ETOH Withdrawal)Case 308 (Acute Psychosis)Case 316 (Agitation / ETOH)Approach to the Agitated PatientFOUNDATIONS I (F1) UNIT 29- Psych
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30Immuno / DermImmune System Disorders, Skin EmergenciesCase 30 (Stevens-Johnson Syndrome)(*P) Case 36 (Anaphylaxis)(*P) Case 311 (Staph Scalded Skin)Approach to the Undifferentiated RashFOUNDATIONS I (F1) UNIT 30- Immuno/Derm
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Extra Sessions
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E1FeedbackCourse Feedback45-60 min session
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Extra Cases
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CasesSuggested Unit
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Case 21 (Gastric Perforation)F1 GI I
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Case 52 (Cavernous Sinus Thrombosis)F2 Neuro I
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Case 56 (Septic Arthritis)F1 ID
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Case 60 (Pericarditis)F1 Cards III
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(*P) Case 84 (Foreign Body Aspiration)F1 Peds II
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Case 89 (Pericardial Tamponade)F1 Cards III
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Case 106 (Elder Abuse)F1 Psych
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Case 108 (Carotid Dissection)F1 Neuro I or Trauma I
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(*P) Case 244 (Peds Brain Tumor)F2 Neuro I, Peds II or III
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Case 245 (Clonidine OD)F2 Tox I or II
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Case 307 (Appendicitis in Pregnancy)F1 OB or F2 OB/GYN
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Case 313 (Retrobulbar Hematoma/Lateral Canthotomy)F1 Trauma II or HEENT, F2 HEENT, Trauma I or Trauma II
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Case 314A (Acute Airway Obstruction / Cric)F1 HEENT or F2 HEENT
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