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Salim R. Rezaie Jun 27
Think Endocarditis if... Fever + Valve Replacement Fever + IVDU Fever + Cancer (AdenoCa) Fever + Lupus
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Cook County EM Jun 21
Classic County tradition: roasting of the senior class
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Cook County EM Jun 21
Do not forget to walk your dizzy patients! Ataxia may be the only abnormal exam finding
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Cook County EM Jun 21
Dizzy patients with abnormal test of skew exam should still receive a stroke workup, even in the absence of other deficits
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John Bailitz Jun 15
17 yrs, 50,000 underserved patients, 225 residents, 10 fellows, who taught me servant leadership. Will remember the County...
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Cook County EM Jun 14
Omphalitis? Need full septic w/u (urine, blood, LP) even if looks like a minor infection!
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Sean Dyer Jun 7
very timely given our M&M discussion today!
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Tarlan Hedayati Jun 2
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Richard Levitan May 18
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Cook County EM May 16
Penetrating trauma with proximity to popliteal or axillary vessels needs vascular imaging, regardless of soft signs
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John Cook May 12
Thanks to Chairman Dr. Schaider for our sweet Cook County Swag!
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Megan Ranney MD MPH May 9
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Dan McCabe May 5
Is Hemodialysis Beneficial for Intubated Salicylate-Poisoned Patients?
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Dr. Rob Green May 3
Our post-intubation hypotension study just accepted in JofTrauma. Bottom line: hypotension=almost 2X mortality. How we intubated is impt.
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Cook County EM May 3
1 in 6 patients who have pseudo-sz, have a hx of epileptic seizures
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Cook County EM May 3
Is Vit C the answer to sepsis? Does it distract us from the interventions that really matter? Still not sure....
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Manpreet Singh May 3
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Tarlan Hedayati May 3
telling us all how he really feels about Kayexalate!
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Cook County EM May 3
Tramadol acts on mu receptors & decr serotonin/NE uptake, lowers sz threshold
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Cook County EM May 3
What to do with bleeding trach patient
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