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Brown Emergency Med Feb 15
The Swelling Toddler Baby Swelling Up?
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Brown Emergency Med Feb 9
Left main and 3 vessel disease may need CABG, Cangrelor is fast on, ~5 min 1/2 life, less surgery delay than clopidogrel
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Brown Emergency Med Feb 8
MI on ECG: Elevation in aVR (greater than V1) with diffuse ST depression: think Left main coronary occlusion.
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Brown Emergency Med Feb 8
Subjective bizarre sound in setting of trauma with normal TM exam, consider vascular injury.
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Brown Emergency Med Feb 8
Carotid Cavernous fistula: connection btw Carotid art in cavernous sinus. CN 3/4/6/V1/V2 def w/ eye issue (proptosis, redness, ect)
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Gita Pensa, M.D. Feb 7
New series! curated by topic:Asynchrony PEM, from Peds EMFellows. Today: FROSTBITE!
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Brown Emergency Med Feb 7
PESIT Trial Does PE need to be considered in every syncopal patient? Probably not.
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Brown Emergency Med Feb 1
Tx for Botulism: BabyBIG. Decreased LOS (6wks to 2 wks) and need for mech vent. Earlier tx yields faster recovery.
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Brown Emergency Med Feb 1
ED "can't miss dx" for floppy baby: Sepsis (meningitis, UTI, PNA), Tox, NAT, volvulus/intususpeption, hypoglycemia.
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Brown Emergency Med Feb 1
Rough normal peds neuro exam: Vis track: 1mo, Reach: 3mo, Sit: 6mo, crawl: 9mo, walk: 1yr
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Brown Emergency Med Feb 1
Retinal detachment vs vitreous detachment? The retinal detachment remains attached to the optic nerve
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Brown Emergency Med Jan 31
I've Fallen and I Can't Get Up! Occult Hip Fracture. CT or MRI?
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Brown Emergency Med Jan 24
Great article about resident duty hours from our very own
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Brown Emergency Med Jan 24
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Brown Emergency Med Jan 22
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Brown Emergency Med Jan 19
52 Articles: 52 Articles: Examining Landmark Articles in EM
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Brown Emergency Med Jan 16
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Brown Emergency Med Jan 11
Pucker Up – An arm injury with a twist!
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Brown Emergency Med Jan 11
Femoral nerve block (red: needle, yellow: nerve, IL: iliacus muscle) does not have to be next to nerve
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Brown Emergency Med Jan 11
Local anesthetic nomogram
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