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Drexel University College of Medicine Emergency Medicine Residency Program
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Drexel Emergency Med Oct 18
reminding us when to involve a specialist and of antibiotic choice during his bite lecture, as part of our resident lecture comp.
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Drexel Emergency Med Oct 12
Second year, Dr. Mathias at presenting on the Yew Plant. We had a case of toxic ingestion of the Yew Berry here at Hahnemann!
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Drexel Emergency Med Oct 11
All the ultrasound! Thank you for another great lecture and as part of our monthly ultrasound series.
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Drexel Emergency Med Oct 11
brought to Drexel Conference by
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Drexel Emergency Med Oct 11
discussing the all important aortic ultrasound. Remember to scan the entire length of the aorta in two views!
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Drexel Emergency Med Oct 11
Renal US pearl: when you see mild hydro, always 1) check the other side 2) check color flow. Differential for flank pain below.
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Drexel Emergency Med Oct 11
Great case conference this morning presented by Dr. Mirsch on Myxedema Coma. Pearl: anticipate a difficult airway for intubation 2/2 edema.
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Drexel Emergency Med Oct 4
Pearls from Conference: Back pain is one of the most common presenting complaints to the ED and documentation of exam findings is key.
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Drexel Emergency Med Oct 3
The Hahnemann ED has new toys! Two large tablets with US probes to make bedside US that much easier.
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Drexel Emergency Med Sep 27
Some EM residents riding bikes to the Manayunk Brewery makes for the first Bike and Brew. 🚴🏽🍻
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Drexel Emergency Med Sep 27
Consider US for pre and post reduction assessment of shoulder dislocations.
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Drexel Emergency Med Sep 27
Great speakers today at the Philly Ultrasound Conference! Intensivist Dr. Baston gave a fantastic talk on RUSH for the hypotensive patient.
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Drexel Emergency Med Sep 13
Save of the month! Congrats to our intern Balaji for diagnosing a skull fracture with subdural hematoma in a PECARN negative patient.
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Drexel Emergency Med Sep 6
Drexel's own Drs. Fischer, Corbin, Harris and Jermaine, trauma survivor/counselor, lecture at on The Epidemiology of Violence.
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Drexel Emergency Med Aug 16
Image of the week: Supracondylar type 2-3 require careful splinting and immediate Ortho eval. Reduction may cause neurovascular compromise.
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Drexel Emergency Med Aug 9
False elevation of lactate on VBG can be due to glycolic acid. If there is a difference between serum and VBG lactate, think ethylene glycol
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Drexel Emergency Med Aug 8
Fun night of wine and painting with the Drexel Women in Emergency Medicine!
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Drexel Emergency Med Aug 2
Former chief, Dr. Z Risler, and US colleagues lectured today. Abdominal US look alikes: duodenum-->gall bladder, terminal ileitis--> appy
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Drexel Emergency Med Aug 2
Congratulations Dr. Corbin! Well deserved.
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Drexel Emergency Med Jul 30
Pearl from case conference: Initial therapy for Kawasaki's disease is IV immunoglobulin 2 g/kg over 8-12 hours and aspirin 80-100 mg/kg/day.
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