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  • The Epley Maneuver for BPPV

    • 02.20.2015
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    UAMS resident Dr. Chris Fowler and UAMS chair Dr. Tony Seupaul discuss that effectiveness of the Epley Maneuver for the treatment of posterior canal BPPV.

  • Ultrasound Vs. CT Scan for Diagnosing Renal Colic

    • 11.24.2014
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    UAMS EM resident Spencer Wright and Chair Tony Seupaul discuss the effectiveness of Ultrasound vs. CT as a diagnostic tool for the evaluation of patients with suspected Renal Colic.

  • Seupaul’s Greatest Hits – SGEM Edition

    • 05.27.2014
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    Bell’s Palsy Treatment.   Steroids, steroids, steroids…but what about acyclovir?  No.  Steroids, steroids… Alpha blockers and Renal Colic.   NIV for pulmonary edema. Uncomfortable? Check.   Life-saving? Check   Decreases the need to intubate the tachypneic, flushed, diaphoretic, hypoxic, morbidly obese patient? Check.

  • IM – Sanity

    • 05.7.2014
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    Chief Resident, Michael del Castillo-Hegyi aka “Dash”, and Chair Tony Seupaul discuss the merits and risks of good ol’ Vitamin H in the agitated patient and discuss the Cochrane Group’s take on the subject. They also delve into various agitation “cocktails”, their length of action, and complications.

  • Chair-Extraordinaire Seupaul and Dr. Hughes Renal Colic Podcast on SGEM

    • 04.24.2014
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    Drs. Tony Seupaul and Josh Hughes (looking non-colicky to the left) recorded a podcast for the Skeptics Guide to Emergency Medicine reviewing a recent meta-analysis concerning the utility of tamsulosin for expulsion of kidney stones. Short Story: Good for stones >4mm that you are sending home. Click the link to listen to the podcast for […]

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