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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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Brown Emergency Med Jan 2
Ultrasound Case of the Month Test your Ultrasound Knowledge!
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Brown Emergency Med Jan 2
52 Articles: Early Goal Directed Therapy in Sepsis
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Brown Emergency Med Dec 19
Ultrasound Case of the Month: Dyspnea Test your ultrasound knowledge!
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Brown Emergency Med Dec 16
Ultrasound Case of the Month: Chest Pain Test your ultrasound knowledge!
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Brown Emergency Med Dec 13
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Gita Pensa, M.D. Dec 3
Using for shoulder dislocation: from :
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Brown Emergency Med Nov 30
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Brown Emergency Med Nov 30
TEG (Thromboelastogram): The more your TEG output looks like a shovel, the faster you are digging your patient's grave
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Brown Emergency Med Nov 30
ACCP guidelines: DVT/PE on anticoagulation 1B recommendation against IVC Filter
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Cook County EM Nov 30
10% of pts dx'd w diverticulitis actually have colon ca, need a fu colonoscopy
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Dara Kass Nov 30
grand rounds. thanks talks 🙋🏻‍♂️not = 🙋🏻
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Brown Emergency Med Nov 30
Massive PE, can't Lyse? Consider surgical thrombectomy or catheter directed thrombolysis/US assisted thrombolysis
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Brown Emergency Med Nov 30
PEITHO study: Lysis of sub-massive PE NNT to reduce hemodynamic decompensation: 33, NNH for significant bleeding: 20
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Brown Emergency Med Nov 30
Sub-massive PE: Large proximal clot w/RV dysfunction (increased RV:LV on CTPA, Dec RV function on TEE, or BNP or Trop)
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Brown Emergency Med Nov 30
PESI class III or higher need TEE/CTA Chest and Trop to eval RV function, if normal do not need lysis (ESC2014 guidelines)
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