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Saumil Parikh Sep 20
Annual Advanced Emergency & Acute Care Medicine Conference. Speaking now, our very own Dr. A Hassoun.
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Saumil Parikh Mar 8
Great places to get high resolution images for your talks. From Salim and the swami.
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nyhq em residency Mar 5
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jeffrey kline 7 Feb 16
Now that's a bad echo from PE. Shows that LV compression is what kills.
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Anand Swaminathan 2 Feb 16
APAP Tox Pearls > 1 hr post-ingest level = 0 | No tox 1-4 hr post-ingest w/ any level MUST get post-4 hr level
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Dr. Howie Mell 2 Feb 16
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Andrew Bohn 1 Feb 16
I'm no pharmacist, but I dilute it exactly like Kara in the SGEM article referenced. Takes 30 seconds
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NSLIJ EM, EM/IM/CC 30 Jan 16
Upcoming FREE conference: U of Maryland Emergency Cardiology Symposium via @amalmattu
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Sergey Motov 13 Jan 16
Extent and Impact of Opioid Prescribing for Acute Occupational Low Back Pain in the ED.
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Mark Reid, MD 31 Jan 16
PM&R: I'm bored but the guy is too weak to go home.
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Mark Reid, MD 29 Jan 16
When your doctor says "let me look this up" it means "your health is more valuable than my pride."
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nyhq em residency 1 Feb 16
Works as well as Haldol, no effect on qtc, possibly less eps? Might be worth a try.
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nyhq em residency 1 Feb 16
Extensive great review, would be awesome to have dilute drops available for patients in my shop
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Saumil Parikh 13 Jan 16
counter-argument. Let the deep freeze go. 36 is all you need .... And a toga.
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Saumil Parikh 13 Jan 16
Get ready for impending ECMO from the start of cardiac arrest.
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Mike Chuang 13 Jan 16
Change to clinical practice (back to SB days) - femoral CVC for all arrests. It'sthe future.
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Saumil Parikh 13 Jan 16
Rethinking convention. CCR not CPR. Give the brain equal clout
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Saumil Parikh 13 Jan 16
CPP = coronary perfusion pressure of 15 is critical for ROSC
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nyhq em residency 13 Jan 16
Interesting modality
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