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Michael Bond, MD
Associate Professor, Program Director, Department of Emergency UMSOM. Lover of medical ed, orthopaedic emergencies, and myth busting. Opinions are mine.
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Katie Sharkey MD PhD Sep 12
Medicine has a culture problem. Until we agree that hospitals and clinics are not workplaces where colleagues can be verbally abusive, it will continue. Until we start treating trainees like junior colleagues who started after us, it will continue.
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U of M Emergency Med Aug 11
Registration now open for the 10th Annual Crashing Patient Conference!
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SandraQuezadaMD Jul 17
Last night, my mentor and friend, Dr. Mickey Foxwell, Assoc Dean for Admissions x 30 yrs before me, passed away peacefully at home with family. So grateful for the time I had learning from him. His legacy lives on in thousands of physicians he admitted to medicine, and in me.
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AAEM/RSA Apr 27
New podcast episode now available! "Hand and Wrist Injuries" presented by and . Listen & subscribe:
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Michael Bond, MD Jun 25
I am just seeing this. Congratulations
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U of M Emergency Med Jun 25
In case you missed the U of Maryland Critical Care Symposium you can now view the lectures at . Featuring
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Michael Bond, MD Apr 1
is reaching most of the world with its Emegency Cardiology Symposium
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AAEM/RSA 3 May 19
New Podcast episode: Spinal Epidural Abscesses in the ED. Listen here: @StrongIslandEM
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Michael Bond, MD 24 May 19
EBM for Headaches by Things that REALLY work: ketorolac, metoclopramide, prochlorperazine, triptans and ergots, oxygen for cluster headaches Things that PREVENT recurrence: dexamethasone for migraine headaches [2/2]
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Michael Bond, MD 23 May 19
EBM for Headaches by Things that DO NOT work: IV fluids, 5-HT3 Antagonists (aka Zofran), diphenhydramine (aka Benadryl), opioids Things that KINDA work: oxygen for all headaches, sphenopalatine ganglion block (4% lido spray) [1/2]
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Michael Bond, MD 22 May 19
Treatment of Torsades: Shock, Mg2+ bolus and infusion, overdrive pacing
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Michael Bond, MD 21 May 19
Right axis deviation on ECG should make you think of the following "Cannot Miss” causes - Pulmonary Embolism, Tricyclic overdose, and hyper-K! Sure left posterior fascicular blocks cause RAD but you normally don't die of a hemiblock.
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Michael Bond, MD 20 May 19
Pentad of Thrombotic Thrombocytopenia Purpura “FAT RN” = fever, anemia, thrombocytopenia, renal, neuro sx Patient does NOT need to have all five! Schistocytes on smear and any other system should make you think of the diagnosis.
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Michael Bond, MD 7 Apr 19
Transplant Pearls by Caleb Chan Stem cell transplant? Always ask autologous vs allogenic More than just poop? Diarrhea can be a sign of graft-versus-host disease!!
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Michael Bond, MD 6 Apr 19
Transplant Pearls by Caleb Chan Lung transplant patients are tricky to ventilate! Bilateral vs single lung transplant? What disease led to transplant? Watch out for killer fungal pneumonias (and treat with voriconazole)
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Michael Bond, MD 5 Apr 19
Transplant Pearls by Caleb Chan Cardiac transplant patients have funky hearts! They do NOT respond to atropine – use epi or pacing if too bradycardic Their resting heart rate is often b/w 90-110 They are hypersensitive to adenosine – use a mere 3 mg for SVT!
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Michael Bond, MD 4 Apr 19
Tox Pearls by Dr. Prybys Consider methemoglobinemia if there is a discrepancy between pulse ox and ABG pO2 Treatment is oxygen, blood transfusion, methylene blue, exchange transfusion, and/or hyperbaric oxygen
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Michael Bond, MD 3 Apr 19
Tox Pearls by Dr. Prybys You can use Hunter’s decision rules to help diagnosis of serotonin syndrome Classic triad includes autonomic dysfunction, neuromuscular excitation, and altered mental status
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Michael Bond, MD 2 Apr 19
Tox Pearls by Dr. Prybys Consider lead poisoning in patients who eat dirt (pica)! Even low blood lead levels can lead to cognitive and behavioral issues.
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Michael Bond, MD 1 Apr 19
Genitourinary Pearls by 50% of Chlamydial infections in MSM patients are in NONURETHRAL sites! This makes them commonly missed! Even within dedicated STD clinics Many labs may require culture for rectal and pharyngeal swabs! Highly variable
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