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Zach Jarou, MD Apr 19
Cyanotic, floppy baby? Dry, warm, stimulate, clear secretions. Respiratory distress/bradycardic? PPV. HR < 60, epi.
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Colorado EmedSono Apr 19
JClub: Liberal use of to dx pericardial effusion not Hx PE or Beck's triad
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Zach Jarou, MD Apr 19
Cocaine body packers with sympathomimetic toxicity need laparotomy/enterotomy for retrieval. XRs have poor sensitivity.
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Zach Jarou, MD Apr 19
Diagnosing glaucoma is easy. Remembering the drops & what they do is the hard part.
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Bart Paull Apr 19
Review of neurogenic shock and treatment - not the same thing as spinal shock but often associated
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Bart Paull Apr 19
Trauma surgeon F. Pieracci - no role for ED thoracotomy in arrest 2/2 penetrating extremity trauma - consider REBOA
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Jamal Taha Apr 14
EM reception at this year's ! US & Airway lab by residents & . Co-sponsored by
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Mike Overbeck Apr 13
- read this tweet out loud.
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Bart Paull Apr 11
Weeks of unremitting back pain in an African immigrant. TB - it's out there.
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DenverEM Apr 19
Replying to @bpaull24
Specifically no role if greater than 5min arrest. Reboa may be better - less morbidity & mortality
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Vik Bebarta Apr 7
Great work from our team - from bench2bedside2bystander -
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Zach Jarou, MD Apr 6
. & are proud co-sponsors of the EM Reception at w/ . Join us!
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Bart Paull Apr 6
Woman with "dizziness" and "normal neuro exam" except she couldn't walk ... Walk all patients with neurologic complaints!
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Jennifer Bellows Apr 6
Throwback Wednesday with a guest appearance from the esteemed Dr Wolf at conference!
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Bart Paull Apr 6
Upshaw's tip#3 Always consider NAT-especially in child with low grade fever and AMS - easy to anchor on infection
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Bart Paull Apr 1
First in a series of Dr. G Upshaw's Peds EM tips: Always take your own vital signs - no matter what the triage note says.
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Bart Paull Apr 1
Ejected from vehicle. Wear a seatbelt.
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DenverEM Mar 30
Proud of intern for her publication in with and !
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Sam Ghali Mar 27
This is why you never call a RUQ FAST view negative unless you've seen the liver tip!
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Mike Craig 🇨🇦 Mar 29
Replying to @bpaull24 @DenverEMed
. 1. Perilunate dislocation and 2. scaphoid fracture and actually, #3. possible capitate-hamate coalition
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