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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 Sep 27
Consider US for your next LP when landmarks are difficult.
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Cooper EM Residency Sep 27
US guided Nerve blocks for pain control. In plane approach, inject into fascia and watch for hydrodissection.
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Cooper EM Residency Sep 27
PW Doppler in your pericardial tamponade patients. Respiratory variation > 25% suggestive of tamponade!
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Cooper EM Residency Aug 17
Higher MAPs post arrest as independent predictor of good neurological outcome.
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Cooper EM Residency Aug 17
Don't just set it and forget it! May be an association between hyperoxia and harm when pa02> 300 post arrest.
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Cooper EM Residency Aug 17
Replying to @The_EMDaily
Treat what you see not just what you feel!
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EMDaily Aug 17
PREM v. PRES. Using US in cardiac arrest
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Cooper EM Residency Aug 17
Managing failing RV: Diurese if 250 cc bolus fails, control AFib, iNO for PAH, use vasopressors.
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Cooper EM Residency Aug 17
Managing RV: Echo pt in shock, look for big RVs (A4C), do a TAPSE, >1.6 nml, <1 cm severe RV failure.
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EMDaily Aug 17
Intubation tips amongst the jokes and punchlines by Coopers
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Cooper EM Residency Aug 17
: Dose tidal volume by height, don't over sedate, learn to handle ventilator alarm, HOB at 30,
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Cooper EM Residency Aug 17
: Preoxygenate w/ apneic, flush rate O2, PEEP valve, keep head up, VL should be primary.
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Cooper EM Residency Aug 17
Fever: friend or enemy in th critically ill? Dr. Emily Damuth gives us some pearls.
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Cooper EM Residency Aug 17
: W/o IC injury /hyperthermia, fever helps antibiotics, kills bacteria. But increases inflammation. HEAT trial.
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Cooper EM Residency Aug 17
: SIRS is more sensitive for infection, qSOFA specific for mortality.
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Cooper EM Residency Aug 17
RESUS/EM conference today at Cooper!
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Cooper EM Residency Jul 6
Lecture from 's hyperbarics division: Get a good dive history. Time, depth, duration, symptoms.
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Cooper EM Residency Jun 29
Our new interns have hit the department running, and our graduating PGY-3s have just 1 day left. We will miss them dearly!
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Cooper EM Residency Jun 8
Scalpel. Bougie. Tube. Easy enough?! Cricothyroidotomy made easy
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Cooper EM Residency Jun 6
graduating Chief Resident and -bound talks albumin in this post on REBEL EM.
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