Tony Brandt, MD

Emergency Medicine

Emergency Medicine

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Education

  • MD: University Of Texas Southwestern

  • Residency: Madigan Army Medical Center

Board Certifications

  • Emergency Medicine

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Tony Brandt, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Emergency Room – Waiting

Waiting can definitely try anyone’s patience. And it can be even more frustrating to see someone who checked in later than us go back to a room before we do. Why does that even happen?...

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Tony Brandt, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Emergency Room – Triage

Triage is an initial part of the process to evaluate and care for patients. This is often used to help decide the order patients are brought back to a room because some rooms may also...

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Tony Brandt, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Emergency Room – Preparation

It is hard to prepare for the unexpected. One thing that can be done to prepare for a possible unexpected visit to the ER, is to keep a list of key information. This can be...

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Tony Brandt, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Emergency Room – Monitoring

Some patients have to be admitted to the hospital, or they may need to be kept in an observation area for more prolonged monitoring. Commonly this prolonged monitoring may range from six to 12 hours,...

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Tony Brandt, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Emergency Room – Introduction

Hello. I am Dr. Antonio Brandt and I am an emergency physician in the United States. I’ve been practicing medicine for more than 15 years, and I have a passion for education, including teaching colleagues,...

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Tony Brandt, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Emergency Room – Chronic Conditions

There are many people with chronic conditions who require repeated visits to the hospital, or perhaps they had a particular surgery at a specific hospital. For them, it is often helpful to go to the...

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Tony Brandt, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Emergency Room – Care Providers

Physician assistants and nurse practitioners are highly trained medical professionals who are frequently part of the healthcare team in the ER. Depending on the ER and the specific case and the specific patient’s needs, someone...

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Tony Brandt, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Emergency Room – Arrival

Although many patients arrive to the ER by ambulance, most people get to the ER on their own and check in at the front desk. Depending on the ER, most patients who arrive by ambulance...

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Tony Brandt, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Emergency Room – Length and Focus of Visit

The answers to these questions are extremely variable from one case to another, and from one ER to another. After a patient sees their doctor, it is perfectly okay to ask them if they have...

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Tony Brandt, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Emergency Room – Follow-up

For other, or more minor conditions seen in the ER, there will frequently be a need to follow up with another doctor for continuing care. Many times the ER visit is just the first step...

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Tony Brandt, MD

4 months ago

Videos

Emergency Room – Support

There’s value in having a family member or friends with patients during the ER visit. Having a support person is helpful with asking questions, remembering what was discussed during the ER visit, remembering what to...

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Tony Brandt, MD

4 months ago

Videos

Emergency Room – COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has dramatically changed how we care for patients in the ER, many of these changes reflect efforts to limit the chances of spreading COVID-19. Many ERs require patients to wear a mask...

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Tony Brandt, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Emergency Room – Waiting

Waiting can definitely try anyone’s patience. And it can be even more frustrating to see someone who checked in later than us go back to a room before we do. Why does that even happen?...

Watch and Share
Tony Brandt, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Emergency Room – Triage

Triage is an initial part of the process to evaluate and care for patients. This is often used to help decide the order patients are brought back to a room because some rooms may also...

Watch and Share
Tony Brandt, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Emergency Room – Preparation

It is hard to prepare for the unexpected. One thing that can be done to prepare for a possible unexpected visit to the ER, is to keep a list of key information. This can be...

Watch and Share
Tony Brandt, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Emergency Room – Monitoring

Some patients have to be admitted to the hospital, or they may need to be kept in an observation area for more prolonged monitoring. Commonly this prolonged monitoring may range from six to 12 hours,...

Watch and Share
Tony Brandt, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Emergency Room – Introduction

Hello. I am Dr. Antonio Brandt and I am an emergency physician in the United States. I’ve been practicing medicine for more than 15 years, and I have a passion for education, including teaching colleagues,...

Watch and Share
Tony Brandt, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Emergency Room – Chronic Conditions

There are many people with chronic conditions who require repeated visits to the hospital, or perhaps they had a particular surgery at a specific hospital. For them, it is often helpful to go to the...

Watch and Share
Tony Brandt, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Emergency Room – Care Providers

Physician assistants and nurse practitioners are highly trained medical professionals who are frequently part of the healthcare team in the ER. Depending on the ER and the specific case and the specific patient’s needs, someone...

Watch and Share
Tony Brandt, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Emergency Room – Arrival

Although many patients arrive to the ER by ambulance, most people get to the ER on their own and check in at the front desk. Depending on the ER, most patients who arrive by ambulance...

Watch and Share
Tony Brandt, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Emergency Room – Length and Focus of Visit

The answers to these questions are extremely variable from one case to another, and from one ER to another. After a patient sees their doctor, it is perfectly okay to ask them if they have...

Watch and Share
Tony Brandt, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Emergency Room – Follow-up

For other, or more minor conditions seen in the ER, there will frequently be a need to follow up with another doctor for continuing care. Many times the ER visit is just the first step...

Watch and Share
Tony Brandt, MD

4 months ago

Videos

Emergency Room – Support

There’s value in having a family member or friends with patients during the ER visit. Having a support person is helpful with asking questions, remembering what was discussed during the ER visit, remembering what to...

Watch and Share
Tony Brandt, MD

4 months ago

Videos

Emergency Room – COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has dramatically changed how we care for patients in the ER, many of these changes reflect efforts to limit the chances of spreading COVID-19. Many ERs require patients to wear a mask...

Watch and Share
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