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CAEP Notes is an interactive platform that provides a synopsis of relevant topics in emergency medicine. Leveraging EM experts and disease state leaders, each CAEP Note encompasses succinct and relevant clinical information viewable on any device.

This unique platform allows for information to be accessed quickly and readily when you need it most, at the point of care.

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CAEP Notes was produced with the support of educational grant funding from:

  • Boehringer Ingelheim Canada
  • AstraZeneca Canada
  • BMS Pfizer
  • Novo Nordisk

Notes

Urgent Oral Anticoagulant Reversal

Scenarios

  • Severe/Life-Threatening Bleeding
  • Moderate Bleeding
  • Minor Bleeding
  • Urgent Invasive Procedure

Authors

Anil Chopra, MD FRCP DABEM
Deborah Siegal, MD MSc FRCPC
Mark Mensour, MD CCFP(EM) FPA FCFP

Managing the Clot and Bleed Challenge for VTE

Scenarios

  • Suspected Deep Vein Thrombosis
  • Suspected Pulmonary Embolism
  • Trauma on Anticoagulant with Prior DVT
  • GI Bleed on Anticoagulant

Authors

Indraneel Ghosh, MD CCFP (EM)
Eddy Lang, MDCM-CCFP(EM)-CSPQ
Mark Mensour, MD CCFP EM FPA FCFP
Anas Nseir, MD, CCFP, FCFP, B Pharm

Acute Coronary Syndrome

Scenarios

  • Suspected Deep Vein Thrombosis
  • Intermediate-risk NSTEMI
  • NSTEMI on oral anticoagulants
  • High-risk NSTEMI
  • STEMI

Authors

Eddy Lang, MDCM CCFP(EM) CSPQ
Michel Le May, BSc MD
Mark Mensour, MD CCFP(EM) FPA FCFP

Rare Bleeding Disorder

Scenarios

  • Acquired Hemophilia A #1
  • Hemophilia with Care Plan #2
  • Von Willebrand Disease (VWD) #3
  • VWD Case – Meningitis needing Lumbar Puncture #4

Authors

Eddy Lang, MDCM- CCFP(EM)-CSPQ
Mark Mensour, MD CCFP EM FPA FCFP
Adrienne Lee, MD

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