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A mastery learning emergency medicine curriculum. Sponsored by . Contact us for small group resources!
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EM Fundamentals Jul 13
Replying to @EMFundamentals
“Three percent of emergency department (ED) patients present with dizziness, vertigo, lightheadedness, or imbalance. These words are not diagnostically meaningful.”
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EM Fundamentals Jul 13
Step up your game in diagnosing patients with dizziness! Get beyond "what do you mean by 'dizzy'" and find those posterior CVAs with help from Jonathan Edlow's May 2018 article () just added to EM Fundamentals:
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EM Fundamentals Jul 13
New 2018 ACEP Clinical Policy on VTE () added to EM Fundamentals:
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EM Fundamentals Jul 12
Replying to @accpchest
Update in Management of Severe Hypoxemic Respiratory Failure ( 2017, ) Upshot: ARDS management recommendations
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EM Fundamentals Jul 12
Replying to @NEJM
High-Flow Oxygen through Nasal Cannula in Acute Hypoxemic Respiratory Failure ( 2015, ) Upshot: HFNC (50 LPM) had 90d mortality benefit over NIPPV (even with fancy physiologic titration)
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EM Fundamentals Jul 12
Replying to @EMFundamentals
Some (relatively) recent articles on Type 1 (hypoxemic) respiratory failure and why they matter:
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EM Fundamentals Jul 12
Categories of respiratory failure: Type 1: Hypoxemic Type 2: Hypercarbic Type 3: Perioperative Type 4: Critical illness / Shock
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John Greenwood Jul 9
For cardiogenic shock after MI, NE should be your first choice vasopressor over epinephrine
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EM Fundamentals Jul 6
Replying to @CORD_EM @ahnjam and 8 others
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edward lew Jul 6
Big news! Incredible addition for the emergency curriculum. Thanks !
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CORD Jul 6
Created by one of our own - take advantage of this wonderful resource by contacting them today!
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EM Fundamentals Jul 6
The new EM Fundamentals Deployment Guide for 2018-2019 has been released! Program leadership, please contact us if you would like a copy.
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Eric Shappell Jul 5
Lots of pearls on afib with RVR at this week: - often more of a sx than a dx, find and fix the trigger (like in dka) - unless unstable, take your time. round down rx dose (can always give more) - BP is relative to baseline. beware pseudo-nl BP in pts w/ HTN
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EM Fundamentals Jul 2
Just in time for the 4th of July! How to rongeur a bone in the hand trauma patient.
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Sabena Vaswani May 17
"Interactive, case-based, in small groups" is the foundation for the flipped classroom. Dr. Lovell says using polling software encourages engagement in conferences. She recommends using emfundamentals to start!
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Kristen Grabow Moore Apr 23
Impressive innovation by , building a learning management system for . If you build it they will come!
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EM Fundamentals Apr 21
Sneak peek of the new EM Fundamentals learning management system just in time for PDs will soon be able to track and credit resident completion of our mastery multiple-choice tests in real time! Many thanks to for their sponsorship of this project!
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Kristen Grabow Moore Apr 22
Hoping to see some familiar faces today at my talk with on crowdsourced curriculum development! Join us at 10:15a, iMedEd Track.
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EM Fundamentals Apr 21
Sneak peek of the new EM Fundamentals learning management system just in time for PDs will soon be able to track and credit resident completion of our mastery multiple-choice tests in real time! Many thanks to for their sponsorship of this project!
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EM Fundamentals Apr 19
Replying to @lacuscdem
seems text should read “tragus” instead of “pinna”
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