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BaystateEM
Emergency Medicine training in beautiful Western Massachusetts. Propagating education. Embracing the
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Shivani Mody Oct 4
1 Accept failure 2 Learn to talk about it 3 Self compassion 4 Learn causes of failure 5 Be a to others
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Jeannette Wolfe MD Oct 4
excellent tips on being great mentor, & for mentees to create a board of directors of skill directed mentors
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Adam Kellogg Oct 4
Grand Rounds by on EM Essentials of Transgender Patient Care - quick reference:
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Ashley Deutsch Sep 22
i LOVE for recommending AGAINST orthostatic VS since they’re not sensitive or specific
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Ashley Deutsch Sep 22
acute vestibular syndrome: there are triggers but it never fully goes away. worry about posterior CVA
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Ashley Deutsch Sep 22
episodic vestibular syndrome: vestibular migraine, arrhythmia, TIA
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Ashley Deutsch Sep 22
triggered vestibular syndrome (triggers and resolves without trigger): most often BPPV or orthostatic hypotension
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Ashley Deutsch Sep 22
Schroeder: a BPD > 54 is a good predictor of survivability for a fetus in germs of GA
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jeremy faust Sep 22
I did the clap thing DURING my talk. Sepsis👏👏 is dysregulated👏👏host response👏👏to infection👏👏causing👏👏life-threatening 👏👏organ damage
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Ashley Deutsch Sep 22
This course makes me feel like maybe I won’t run away screaming from a difficult precipitous delivery. Just scream in my head
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Lauren Westafer Sep 22
passing the tube with hyperangulated blade (ex glide) - turn the tube to the RIGHT (gets hung on anterior trachea)
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Ashley Deutsch Sep 22
Using video to intubate and getting stuck below the cords? Pull tube back a bit, move your hand up to the ceiling, try again
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Ashley Deutsch Sep 22
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Ashley Deutsch Sep 22
opioid administration creates addiction problems. having non-opioid alternatives in your toolkit is key!
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Ashley Deutsch Sep 22
When to give flumazenil for benzo OD? Definitely in kids who accidentally OD on parents meds.
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Lauren Westafer Sep 22
. poison center data=valuable BUT not good for picking up adverse events (ex: flumazenil TI that's not kids/proc sed)
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Lauren Westafer Sep 22
Problem with anticholinergics - they're in nearly everything (incontinence meds, psych meds, antihistamines). TRICKY.
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Lauren Westafer Sep 22
Think benzos are good enough for anticholinergix toxicity and no role for physostigmine? Think again
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Ashley Deutsch Sep 22
when physostigmine? peripheral or central anitmuscarinic effects and no long QTc (or risk of)
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Ashley Deutsch Sep 22
anticholinergic tox? If ECG normal, Lorazepam and physostigmine. If abnormal stick to benzos.
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