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Cook County EM Dec 13
Knowing each carpal bone can help localize your exam and focus your review of X-rays to avoid missing subtle fractures
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Sean Dyer Dec 13
Layering different drugs during procedural sedation is a recipe for disaster
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Laura Avery Nov 23
Twas the day after Thanksgiving and all through the ED... A little Thanksgiving fun...
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Sean Dyer Nov 29
Eating is a stress test for babies, distress/sweating during feeding is not normal!
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Cook County EM Nov 29
Cannabinoid hyperemesis syndrome is a diagnosis of exclusion. Do not forget to look for life threatening causes first
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Cook County EM Nov 29
All abnormal vital signs should at least be considered and accounted for even if you ultimately choose not to work it up further
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Cook County EM Nov 29
Creating good charting habits during residency builds efficiency and removes the additional burden once an attending
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MOLA-Chicago Nov 22
On November 10th, volunteers Dr. Pilar Ortega, Dr. Maria Verónica Gómez, and medical students Stephanie Turcios and Rafael Gutierrez spent time evaluating refugees and providing them with a basic medical examination and referrals.
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Tarlan Hedayati Nov 15
Post shift wellness with wings, fries, and beverages!
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Cook County EM Nov 15
Breakdown of factor replacement products by on DOAC reversal
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Tarlan Hedayati Nov 15
: ED hypercalcemia treatment—fluids, fluids, fluids. Then, furosemide 40-100 IV, calcitonin 4u/kg SC/IM
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Cook County EM Nov 15
Always be sure to complete a GU exam for all male abdominal pain complaints!
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Tarlan Hedayati Nov 15
Chun: Which esophageal FBs need to be removed emergently?
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Cook County EM Nov 15
PGY4 Laura Chun giving the deets on foreign body removal for her senior talk
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Sean Dyer Nov 1
Blast crisis complications: anemia, thrombocytopenia, functional neutropenia, treat based on symptoms (CNS/CV/Renal) not WBC#, wake heme up!
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Steven Bowman Oct 31
presenting the results of his Asthma Action Plan Study Go Tommy!
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Cook County EM Oct 31
Our very own Dr Ameera Haamid in acep daily!
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Salim R. Rezaie Oct 31
Intubating a Pt w/ Severe Metabolic Acidosis...Think About Using Ventilator to Assist
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Cook County EM Oct 31
Lower sedative dose, higher paralytic preferred when intubating a hypotensive patient
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Cook County EM Oct 31
Peripheral norepinephrine is safe to give when done in large vein (i.e antecubital) and for a short period
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