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Jesse
Emergency physician with an interest in ACS and , writes blog for
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Dennis Cho Mar 26
In the climate of through-the-glass, no-touch, and virtual assessments, let's not forget the OTHER causes of dyspnea. POCUS can help! Here's the heart of a young person framed SO compellingly as "r/o covid…" Mgmt changed.
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Adan R Atriham Mar 18
OK people, let's take a mental break from all the news and review some awesome EKG's. This edition of is to teach you some respect for aVR. Thanks Jesse 👍🏼
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CAEP Mar 17
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Howard Ovens Mar 13
Hospital bed shortages amid COVID-19 expose the deadly cost of a lack of vision AND ⁦⁩ has warned of low acute care beds/capita in Canada generally for decades also.
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Isaac Bogoch Mar 11
This is how South Korea is successfully managing a large epidemic. Said another way: This is the right way to manage a epidemic.
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David Carr Mar 10
This is a great review. Kinda like watching a video to master performing a lateral canthotomy or surgical airway except this time you are the patient. Stay safe.
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Anton Helman Mar 10
EM Cases Quiz Vault questions available for Episodes 135 & 136 Shoulder Injuries with Start Quiz for Ep135 Commonly Missed/Mismanaged Shoulder Injuries-Glenohumeral Dislocations Sign up for Quiz Vault for free
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Anton Helman Mar 10
Not all ST elevation in aVR with diffuse ST depression elsewhere is a STEMI equivalent. Can you distinguish the causes based on ECG interpretation? guides us thru 10 cases to sharpen ur skills in ECG Cases #7
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Salim R. Rezaie, MD Mar 10
The Niagara Falls of GI Bleeding via from Resuscitate Before You Intubate Double Setup Multiple Suctions Massive Transfusion Protocol Stop the Bleeding (i.e. Endoscopy, Balloon Tamponade)
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Justin Morgenstern Mar 10
Subtle posterior MI Can you pass the quiz? From
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Shawn Dowling Mar 6
Great to see providing data, digestible information and guidance on
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Jesse Mar 6
Thanks for the QIPS abstract award, for the skills that contributed to the project, and for the opportunity to share the cases
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Stephen W. Smith Mar 2
A man in his 60s with chest pain. Could you have prevented his cardiac arrest?
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EMSPOCUS Feb 29
Another excellent infographic designed by our very own and straight out of our book “The Point of Care Ultrasound Handbook.”
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Jesse Feb 26
No hyperacute T waves and no clear reciprocal change; the entire complex in aVL is negative
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Robert Jones Feb 25
50's male witnessed arrest. Unknown hx. AED no shock advised. Prehosp ACLS-Asystole/no ROSC. SC from first break. Diagnosis? See thread.
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#CAEP20 in Ottawa Feb 19
Hey only 10 days left for Early Bird Rates to attend . Don't miss out on the best rates. cc: Registration:
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Sam Ghali, M.D. Feb 22
You’re handed this 12-Lead with no clinical information. What’s your diagnosis?
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Jesse Feb 22
And an example of “anterior hyperacute T waves” being the mirror image of posterior T wave inversion
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Jesse Feb 21
Replying to @Basalus
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