A 36-year-old man was brought to our emergency department after successful resuscitation of out-of-hospital cardiac arrest with the whole spectrum of neurocardiogenic effects in subarachnoid hemorrhage: electrocardiographic changes, regional wall motion abnormalities, and elevations of cardiac enzymes.
A 49-year-old female with a past medical history of hypothyroidism, prurigo nodularis, and depression presented to our emergency department (ED) with one day of gradual onset of sore throat, dysphagia, odynophagia, and chills
After missing for seven days, a 34-year-old female was found with a rectal temperature of 19.8oC. Instead of attempting aggressive rewarming in the emergency department she was directly transferred to the operating room for extracorporeal rewarming.
A 36-year-old Ecuadorian male was transferred from a rural health center to a district-level hospital with worsening right lower leg pain, edema, and skin discoloration following a snakebite in a remote area of the Amazon seven days prior.
A 19-year-old male presented to our institution complaining of abdominal pain for two weeks. He reported that he initially felt constipated and started taking over-the-counter medications to self-treat his condition.
This paper describes ultrasound findings typical of Zika-related congenital malformations that may be incidental findings or detected when examining exposed or concerned patients during routine POCUS testing.