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EMchatter
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EMchatter Sep 25
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EMchatter Apr 2
Not that you want to give out tamiflu anyway, but there is renal dosing for it. Dialysis dosing is 30mg qdialysis x 5days.
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EMchatter 7 Feb 16
that was one hell of a big baby
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EMchatter 7 Feb 16
Looks like Im gonna have to take Youtube/Vimeo clips and convert them using
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EMchatter 7 Feb 16
Is there an ultrasound image database that's just .gifs? Needing a few for a lecture.
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EMchatter 5 Feb 16
Been out of the game for a few years (). What ever happened to GMEP? Cost too much to keep up?
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EMchatter 20 Nov 15
Anterior Interosseous nerve can be damaged with a supracondylar fx. More on forearm injuries:
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EMchatter 19 Nov 15
this one is too easy it seems.
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EMchatter 19 Nov 15
Which interosseous nerve branch is most commonly injured with a supracondylar fx?
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EMchatter 11 Nov 15
Barton is a Colles/Smith fx WITH intra-articular involvement. Read more on my review of wrist injuries @
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EMchatter 10 Nov 15
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EMchatter 10 Nov 15
Whats the difference between a Barton and Colles fracture?
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EMchatter 8 Nov 15
Always give thionamide before iodine to prevent more thyroid hormone release. Read more at
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EMchatter 7 Nov 15
Which should come first in treatment of thyroid storm?
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EMchatter 7 Nov 15
The correct answer is T4. Find out why at
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EMchatter 6 Nov 15
In myxedema coma, which medication should you give?
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EMchatter 6 Nov 15
yeah, that's a good point too
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EMchatter 6 Nov 15
Hypothyroidism / Myxedema Coma Review
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EMchatter 6 Nov 15
answered my own question: TSH changes occur before FT4 so it picks it up quicker. At least from my initial hunting.
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EMchatter 6 Nov 15
Any particular reason we just don't go straight to checking a FT4 rather than TSH when looking for thyroid issues?
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