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Cooper EM Residency
Emergency Medicine Residency training program hailing from the South-Jersey/Philadelphia area
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Cooper EM Residency Mar 23
Congratulations to the Class of 2020! Welcome to the Cooper family :)
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Rick Pescatore Mar 17
Congrats 2 the next wave of ER docs who matched 2day. Wherever you ended up, it really is the best job in the world. Make these years count.
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Cooper EM Residency Mar 9
Consider metyhlene blue when your patient is on all the pressors and needs to be reversed.
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Cooper EM Residency Mar 9
In super sick patients, radial and femoral art lines can have a ~ 30 point difference in systolic.
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Cooper EM Residency Mar 9
If you need mechanical assistance with your pump, consider LVAD/IABP/VA ECMO as needed. Not always in the ED.
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Cooper EM Residency Mar 9
Epi at 0.01-0.05 mcg/kg/min has more contractility effect than vasopressor effect. Dobutamine/Milrinone would be other good choices.
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Cooper EM Residency Mar 9
When you're working up a patient for hypotension and shock, EMBU at the bedside is your friend.
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Cooper EM Residency Mar 9
Consider using LR for your massive resuscitations given the large hyperchloremic metabolic acidosis.
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Cooper EM Residency Mar 9
Take off the socks when you see a sick patient. Feel the feet. If it's mottled, cold shock. If not...
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Cooper EM Residency Mar 9
From 's lecture. Hypotensive patient, check pump, tank, pipes first. EMBU for the win. # ultrasound.
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EmergncyMedicineNews Feb 25
EMN Live podcast about March issue now live. & on new PSVT vagal maneuvers & more.
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Rick Pescatore Feb 16
Amazing lecture on traumatic arrest and by the incredible . Thank you!!
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Cooper EM Residency Feb 16
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Cooper EM Residency Feb 16
Cardiac motion or pericardial fluid on US, 100 percent specific for survival vs organ donation post thoracotomy.
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Cooper EM Residency Feb 16
was seen to have coagulopathy around the catheter, Japan had high rates of limb loss, but they pull catheter. US gets vascular repair
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Cooper EM Residency Feb 16
had a 71.7 percent vs 83.8 mortality vs thoracotomy but get better neurological outcome.
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Cooper EM Residency Feb 16
2015 systematic review showed weak evidence for but...
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Cooper EM Residency Feb 16
If you're worried about someone put in the central art line early. Then float the
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Cooper EM Residency Feb 16
The parts of a REBOA catheter.
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Cooper EM Residency Feb 16
Who gets ? Torso hemorrhage who is dying despite Resuscitation, without tamponade or dissection.
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