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CORD 12h
Last and certainly not least, the final group of award recipients.
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CORD Apr 29
Yea! What they said! #🍎
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Pik Mukherji Apr 29
Reasons I love CORD: Everyone is brilliant. Everyone shares the mission. Everyone wants you to steal their stuff.
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Beaumont EM Apr 29
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CORD Apr 29
ATTN: MICHIGAN PHYSICIANS!! Look for me at tonight's party, 6:30pm (I'll tweet a pic of where I am) for a special...
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Beaumont EM Apr 29
Coordinator sighting poolside!
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Beaumont EM Apr 28
Drs. Stevie Goike and Shanna Jones representing Beaumont at
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Beaumont EM Apr 27
City wide POCUS grand rounds
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Beaumont EM Apr 27
Pneumothorax on POCUS: all about lung sliding. Can use M-mode to help. Look for transition point ("lung point")
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Beaumont EM Apr 27
B-lines: just mean alveolar fluid. Determination of pulm edema vs. pneumonia --> correlate clinically.
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Beaumont EM Apr 27
Core pathologies you can evaluate for (easily!) on lung US: Pleural effusion, Pulm edema, pneumothorax, pneumonia
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Beaumont EM Apr 27
Classic teaching is correlate to HCG but now known single HCG is NOT definitive. See Doubilet et al 2015
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Beaumont EM Apr 19
Dr. Brett Todd, APD, talks about cognition in the ED.
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Beaumont EM Apr 17
This month's is themed!
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Beaumont EM Apr 15
Dr. Hamera, PGY-1, presents our first case of the month. 40M with syncope and leg weakness.
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Beaumont EM Apr 14
So, you've matched into an emergency medicine residency! Now what?
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Beaumont EM Apr 13
Kleihauer Betke not sensitive enough to rule out traumatic bleed. Give Rhogam empirically. 40% will have maternal-fetal bleed
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Beaumont EM Apr 13
If >20wks GA & <6 contractions in 4hrs on toco after blunt trauma, abruption is highly unlikely
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Beaumont EM Apr 13
Blunt trauma in pregnancy: can usually d/c Tocodynometry if completely normal after 4 hours & no uterine tenderness or bleeding
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Dara Kass Apr 11
Top 10 EM tweeters for students to follow. Go.
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