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Throughout this site and my YouTube channel you will find medical education videos. The main purpose is to educate patients about their symptoms, diagnosis, procedures, tests, and medications related to their health. To watch a demo on how to best use this website, click here. If you are a healthcare professional and would like to use this website to educate and share this educational media, please click here.

-Carlo A. J. Oller, MD FACEP

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  • petechia and purpura
    In this video we discuss the difference between a petechia a purport and an ecchymosis.
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  • I steped on a needle doc!
    this patient stepped on a needle and it penetrated the sole of his foot and got embedded in the tiss...
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  • gluteal abscess in a child
    in this video we demonstrate the drainage for a gluteal abscess under moderate sedation (using IV Ke...
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  • acute chest syndrome in sickle cell patients
    Acute chest syndrome is often precipitated by a lung infection, and the resulting inflammation and l...
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  • crouzon syndrome - implications for airway management in the ER
    This syndrome is named after Octave Crouzon, a French physician who first described this disorder. H...
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  • Elevated Lactic Acid
    Know that we are ordering a lot of lactic acid levels as part of our sepsis workup, it is important ...
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  • pop corn kernel in the ear - removal procedure
    in this video we demonstrate how we used a Q-tip and some DERMABOND to remove a pop corn kernel from...
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  • Pop Corn and Diverticulitis
    There was recently a posted comment on my ?uncomplicated diverticulitis? video that revealed a very ...
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  • EV-D68 Enterovirus Outbreak
    is one of more than 100 non-polio enteroviruses. This virus was first identified in California in 19...
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  • Ebola Virus
    in this video I discuss the ebola virus - its clinical presentation, transmission, treatment, precau...
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  • My kid swallowed a battery, now what?
    First things first?if you think your child might have swallowed a battery, magnet, or other non edib...
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  • Distal Humeral Fracture
    distal humeral fractures - Distal humerus fractures may occur in a number of ways: A direct blow....
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  • Gluteal Abscess Drainage in a Pediatric Patient
    gluteal abscess in a child - in this video we demonstrate the drainage for a gluteal abscess under m...
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  • Paracentesis
    In this video we demonstrate the use of ultrasound at the bedside in order to safely perform a parac...
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  • Toradol use in the ER
    Toradol (ketorolac) is a medication very commonly used in the ER. So common, in fact, that we do n...
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  • Should you prescribe Tamiflu?
    The flu comes around every winter to make us all miserable for about a week. But do not despair the ...
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  • Methemoglobinemia
    a patient presents to the ER with very cyanotic skin and low oxygen saturation. Clinical Scenario:...
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  • Hyperkalemia
    in this 'medical minute' video, Dr. Kenneth Ajabor, discusses the emergent management of hyperkalemi...
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  • 30ml per kg hydration in SEPSIS
    a 30 mL per Kg bolus is the adequate IV rehydration bolus that should be given to SEPSIS patients du...
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  • Centor Criteria for Diagnosis of Strep Throat
    The Centor Criteria are a set of criteria which may be used to identify the likelihood of a bacter...
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  • Can a virus make you stupid-er?
    Can a ?common cold? or viral infection really make you stupid stupider? I mean more stupid. or ...
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