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Drexel University College of Medicine Emergency Medicine Residency Program
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Drexel Emergency Med Jan 17
Interactive ultrasound lecture by our own alum . Lots of great tips about heart and lung scans!
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Drexel Emergency Med Jan 15
Yesterday kicked off our Resident Wellness Week Challenge, and intern Mark Ramzy is setting the bar high with his brunch. Racking up points with the homemade meals! 🤤
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Drexel Emergency Med Jan 10
A timely lecture on hypothermia from third year Dr. Kaump as we finish up a bitterly cold week. Your hypothermic patients are at risk for arrhythmia and you may see J waves on EKG.
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Drexel Emergency Med Jan 10
Dendritic ulcer on fluoroscein exam?? First year Dr. Legg reminds us it is pathognomonic for HSV infection.
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Drexel Emergency Med Jan 10
Today’s resident lecture competition started out with a talk on radiation exposure by second year Don’t forget prophylactic antibiotics!
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Drexel Emergency Med Jan 6
This cold weather has me wishing I were all cozied up in my ugly holiday sweater eating homemade cheesecake next to the fire at Dr. Corbin’s house again, like we were for our December Meet Up. Thank you for the great dinner, company, and contract talk!
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Drexel Emergency Med Jan 5
PEM fellow Dr. Lauren Carr reminded us at Wednesday conference that we must be familiar with “normal baby stuff” before we can determine the abnormal.
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Drexel Emergency Med Dec 26
Each of our residents gets five days off over either Christmas or New Year’s to have some time to celebrate with family and friends. Here is one of our crews working this holiday weekend!
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Drexel Emergency Med Dec 20
Many thanks to Dr. Bethel for surprising us with lunch during board review! 🍕💗
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Drexel Emergency Med Dec 14
That time when the Fitz overnight team was not only a stellar lineup of but was also all Drexel EM grads 🙌🏼🙌🏼🙌🏼
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Drexel Emergency Med Dec 13
We all know BP control is very important in aortic dissection management, but there are not clear and agreed upon BP and HR goals in the literature. Here are some numbers to shoot for:
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Drexel Emergency Med Dec 6
One of many pearls from ‘s lecture on CHF management: 0.4 sublingual nitro—>400 mcg with 80% bioavailability—>equivalent to 60 mcg/min nitro drip. For your acutely decompensated CHF patient, look to nitro tabs to decrease afterload while awaiting your IV and drip.
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Drexel Emergency Med Nov 29
. showing the literal target blood pressure for different hypertensive emergencies.
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Drexel Emergency Med Nov 23
Thankful for those that give up nights, weekends, and holidays to take care of others. Our Hahnemann team this evening on Thanksgiving.
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Drexel Emergency Med Nov 23
to our November Meetup last week. We got together with our ortho friends for some upper extremity splinting and reduction tips. Nothing better than a Friday night covered in plaster with your friends, right?? 💪🏼🍻⚒ Thanks for hosting
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Drexel Emergency Med Nov 15
Pearl from second year Anran Wang during our lecture competition: injection or skin popping of black tar heroin is associated with botulism infection. Important to remember in our population!
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Drexel Emergency Med Nov 15
As part of our mini lecture competition, intern Mike Murray reminds us of the recommendations for CT before LP when concerned for bacterial meningitis.
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Drexel Emergency Med Nov 2
That’s our team! Check it out!
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Drexel Emergency Med Nov 1
Don’t forget heparin and lovenox are pork based. You must notify patients as some may refuse due to religious reasons.
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Drexel Emergency Med Nov 1
We had a great time at . Now we’re excited to start interview season tomorrow and find our next amazing class!
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