Pediatric Damage Control Resuscitation in the Game of Thrones

In Case Series, Medical Concepts by Will WuLeave a Comment

Bran Stark, a 10-year-old boy, was exploring Winterfell during King Robert Baratheon’s visit to Winterfell. This patient is the son of Ned Stark, Lord of the North, and heir of the powerful House Stark. As a curious young boy, he wanted to watch the festivities from the view of a tower. This was not unusual for Bran, who “had known ever stone of those buildings, inside and out; he had climbed them all, …

Resuscitative Endovascular Balloon Occlusion Of The Aorta (REBOA): A Squid Game Case Report

In Case Series, Medical Concepts by Braedon PaulLeave a Comment

Our patient for today’s case is Kang Sae-byeok, also known as Player 067. A North Korean defector struggling to make ends meet as a pickpocket in Seoul, Sae-byeok accepts an invitation to compete in the mysterious “Squid Game” for the chance to win millions of won and improve the lives of her and her family. She eventually comes to learn that the Squid Game competition pits hundreds of participants against one another in …

View Post

Case Report: Battlestar’s death in The Falcon and the Winter Soldier – a Review of Blunt Cardiac Injury

In Case Series by Michael PratteLeave a Comment

History A 31 year old male, identified as Lamar “Battlestar” Hoskins was found dead by Emergency Medical Services (EMS) inside a refugee camp, slumped against a stone pillar. Reports indicate that he was a United States Army soldier working with the “New Captain America”. He was recently seen in armed combat with a terrorist organization known as the “Flag Smashers”. The debriefing report by soldiers on the scene stated that the male received …

View Post

Outlander Case Report: Penetrating Penile Trauma

In Case Series, Featured by Tessa LadnerLeave a Comment

Case Presentation The year is 1743, and a complicated love story involving two passionate relationships with one woman, Claire, unravels. Her two lovers, Frank Randall and Jamie, find themselves in sword combat, fighting over their one true love. Unfortunately, despite putting up a good fight, Randall finds himself struck in his genitals during the duel. After rushing to the hospital via horse-drawn carriage, Randall presents with a penetrating penile injury to the ED. …

View Post

Case Report: The Hangover and the Lateral Canthotomy

In Case Series, Medical Concepts by Maheshver ShunmugamLeave a Comment

Alan Garner is a 38-year-old single, unemployed, Caucasian male, with a medical history of ADHD who has voluntarily arrived at the ED accompanied by friends Stu and Phil after being punched in the face while trespassing. Despite having a poor recollection of the night’s events, Alan and friends are certain that he received a sucker punch by none other than Mike Tyson, the former undisputed world heavyweight boxing champion. Phil informs you that, …

Case Report: Parkour aftermath – Andy’s fall from height in The Office

In Case Series, Featured by Denise Wooding1 Comment

History A 36-year-old male with no medical conditions was brought to the ED by ambulance after a one-story fall in a workplace parkour incident at the Dunder-Mifflin Paper Company. While it’s debatable if the awkward leapfrogging preceding the incident could be considered parkour, Jim explains that the goal of parkour is “to get from point A to point B as creatively as possible, so technically they are doing parkour as long as point …