Anaphylaxis (+/- Laryngospasm)

This case is written by Dr. Donika Orlich. She is a staff physician practising in the Greater Toronto Area. She completed her Emergency Medicine training at McMaster University and also completed a fellowship in Simulation and Medical Education. Why it Matters Anaphylaxis is a fairly frequent presentation to the ED. However, severe anaphylaxis requiring multiple … Continue reading Anaphylaxis (+/- Laryngospasm)

Unstable Bradycardia

This case was written by Dr. Martin Kuuskne from McGill University. Dr. Kuuskne is a PGY5 Emergency Medicine resident and one of the editors-in-chief at EMSimCases. Why it Matters High-degree AV blocks (second degree Mobitz type II and third degree AV block) rarely respond to atropine and necessitate the utilization of electromechanical pacing, IV chronotropic agents or both. This … Continue reading Unstable Bradycardia