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George Willis
Clerkship Director and APD for Dept. of EM at U of Maryland. EM physician who loves endocrine/metabolism! SoMe and FOAMed enthusiast. Opinions are mine.
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George Willis Mar 25
My first 5 jobs + 5 tags 1. Community landscaper 2. Pothole repairman 3. Putt putt golf shift manager 4. Duke admissions assistant 5. Lab analyst
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George Willis Mar 19
Oh how I feel you on this...
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George Willis Mar 19
I clean with oxivir wipes after every patient inside, outside, outside of filters, and connection point of filters. The filters are not replaceable and are lifelong, supposedly.
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George Willis Mar 18
Replying to @EBMgoneWILD @ResusMed
I feel you homie...hurts...
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George Willis Mar 17
Replying to @JessWernerMD
It’s one I had from a long time ago. It’s reusable. They recommended we use them if we still have them. So mine came out of the stash.
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George Willis Mar 17
Replying to @JessWernerMD
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George Willis Mar 16
Replying to @AVUmali_EM @srrezaie
You too, my friend! Miss you guys a lot!
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George Willis Mar 14
Replying to @ffolliet
Thanks my friend! Miya and the girls were not pleased...
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George Willis Mar 14
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George Willis Mar 3
Replying to @EMHighAK @elewMD and 17 others
Septic patients without a source need to have this considered in the differential. I’ve seen two cases that went to trial because the physician thought it was bacteremia with shock liver because of the abnormal LFTs.
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George Willis Mar 3
Replying to @EMHighAK @elewMD and 17 others
Tokyo guidelines for diagnostic criteria are better than Charcot’s triad. Includes radiographic and labs in the diagnosis.
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George Willis Mar 3
Replying to @mcsassymd
Micturition pass out = syncoPEE or syncoPISS
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George Willis Feb 28
Love your emoji-isms!
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George Willis Feb 28
Replying to @EMHighAK @elewMD and 16 others
Can treat with T4 (all comers) or T3 (patients with no heart history as it predisposes time arrhythmias). There is evidence also for both, the T3 to get the body working and the T4 as a bit of reserve for after the T3 wears off.
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George Willis Feb 28
Replying to @EMHighAK @elewMD and 16 others
-consider the diagnosis, especially if everything is low as others have said -intubating should scare you as they have low lung volumes, poor respiratory reserve and often angioedema. -active cooling can lead to circulatory collapse. Passive cooling is best
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George Willis Feb 25
A great team of MedEducators teaching how to MedEd right. If you are coming to AAEM2020 and you want your MedEd to evolve, come join us! Guaranteed to be fun, interactive, and, most importantly, educational!
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George Willis Feb 18
Replying to @andyglittle
Whoa Nelly! Challenge accepted! 🕺🏾
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George Willis Feb 14
Agreed. I laughed out loud when I saw it.
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RockyMtnEM Feb 14
If you went to a conference and didn't attend a DKA talk by from , did you really even attend?
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RockyMtnEM Feb 10
Want to learn how to NOT kill your acidotic patient during intubation? Me too… from has the answer
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