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ECU EM Mar 21
Dr. Bradby, EM APD presents her poster on perimortem c-section simulation.
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ECU EM Mar 21
EM Faculty - Dr. Rathbun, MD, PhD presents her poster on US Education in the M4 Clerkship.
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ECU EM Mar 21
It’s Medical Education Day at Brody School of Medicine!!
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ECU EM Jan 24
Dissecting hams to learn bullet trajectories.
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ECU EM Jan 24
How emergency medicine does rounds.
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ECU EM Jan 24
Ballistics training and wound pattern discussion. Cause emergency medicine is the best.
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ECU EM Jan 24
Learning about gun violence and ballistics this morning.
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ECU EM Jan 20
Our Faculty pitching in to teach this morning! (And Kitch and Robey too!)
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ECU EM Jan 20
Dr. March trying to demonstrate rescue position. -
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ECU EM Jan 20
Every year their make up skills improve.
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ECU EM Jan 20
This is one of the largest simulation events of the year at Brody!
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ECU EM Jan 20
Brody EMIG and are teaching triage skills, IO placement, tourniquet use and resuscitation this morning!
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ECU EM Jan 10
On scene with EMS or in the ED with patient covered in unknown white powder? - don’t touch the powder without gloves and esp don’t touch your face afterwards. Good way to accidentally get poisoned.
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ECU EM Jan 10
Things to consider when your patient with suspected opioid toxicity/intoxication just isn’t quite right.
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ECU EM Jan 1
Happy New Year Everyone!
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ECU EM Dec 25
Our residents are so festive this holiday season! Happy Holidays from our residency family to yours!
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ECU EM Dec 20
Tx of OP toxicity: Atropine, Atropine, Atropine. 2-PAM. You may use up your hospital’s supply of atropine while treating this.
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ECU EM Dec 20
Killer Bs of OP toxicity: bronchospasm, bronchorrhea, bradycardia.
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ECU EM Dec 20
Prominent SLUDGE symptoms are not always seen in OP toxicity. They may have mostly weakness.
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ECU EM Dec 20
In organophosphate poisoning, serum cholinesterase levels are generally unhelpful unless you have a baseline for comparison.
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