SFGH ED Educational Resources

 

SFGH ED ORIENTATION MATERIAL:

 

 

SUPPLEMENTAL EDUCATIONAL MATERIAL:

 

Project VIPER (Video Instruction of Procedures in the Emergency Room)

1. Teaching module: Phlebotomy / Peripheral IV / Arterial Blood Gas

2. Wound closure

  • Resource for medical students and residents rotating at SFGH Emergency Department 
  • Voiceover by Dr. Justin Wilkinson, a former UCSF medical student 

      - Chapter 1: Equipment (1:54 min)

      - Chapter 2: Anesthesia (3:09 min)

      - Chapter 3: Irrigation (1:11 min) 

      - Chapter 4: Starting the Procedure (2:30 min) 

      - Chapter 5: Simple Interrupted (3:45 min) 

      - Chapter 6: Horizontal Mattress (3:11 min) 

      - Chapter 7: Vertical Mattress (1:10 min) 

      - Chapter 8: Corner Suture (1:30 min) 

      - Chapter 9: Buried Suture (1:51 min) 

      - Chapter 10: Dermabond (1:56 min) 

      - Chapter 11: Steristrips (0:39 min) 

      - Chapter 12: Staples (0:47 min)

3. The Eye Exam

  • Developed by Dr. David Duong and Dr. Najm Haqu

      - Part 1: Introduction to the EM Eye Exam (1:05 min)

      - Part 2: Visual Acuity Exam (2:53 min)

      - Part 3: Using a Slit Lamp (8:27 min)

      - Part 4: Using a Tonometer (3:28 min)

      - Part 5: Conclusion (0:41 min)

4. Radial Gutter Splint

  • An alternative to the volar wrist splint for 2nd and 3rd metatarsal fractures
  • Highlighted in ACEP News 2006 "Tricks of the Trade" column

5. Reverse Sugar Tong Splint

  • An alternative to the traditional sugar tong splint for distal radius fractures
  • Highlighted in ACEP News 2006 "Tricks of the Trade" column

6. Glove "Ring"

  • A glove finger can be made into a ring to provide hemostasis for bleeding finger wounds
  • Highlighted in ACEP News 2007 "Tricks of the Trade" column

7. Digi-Speculum

  • A vaginal speculum can serve as an alternative instrument to a tubular netting applicator for finger bandaging.
  • Highlighted in ACEP News 2007 "Tricks of the Trade" column

8. Feedback Skills (14:24 min)