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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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EM Fundamentals Apr 18
New resource for syncope disposition shared decision making in low-mod risk patients from and others. Thanks to the authors for the level of effort and attention paid to doing this so well!
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EM Fundamentals Mar 18
Replying to @EM_RESUS
might be helpful to find vein, but would not advise for access since puncture-to-wire maneuvers would have to be very quick as this effect is so transient. esp w/ 2x dilation-requiring catheters. trendelenberg more sustainable (if tolerated).
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EM Fundamentals Mar 18
Solid brief review of acute vision loss differential, workup, management from
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Seth Trueger Mar 8
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EM Fundamentals Mar 15
all else equal, quality of epi pen training likely more important than length of obs period.
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EM Fundamentals Mar 14
Replying to @CookCountyEM
sure beats figuring out the 6.5 was too big after your scope is though the cords!
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EM Fundamentals Mar 5
Replying to @AAEMRSA
this is incorrect, should actually be: (age/4) + 4. (example: tube size for 4y would be 5, not 2). phrasing it as above helps remember what goes with what in the equation.
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EM Fundamentals Mar 5
Replying to @Maimonides_EM
Bell’s palsy, too. Might also add asterisk to 4 and 5, since can be associated with actual strokes
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MD in the Black Mar 5
The MD in the Black website is live! Personal finance education for residents including content on education debt, investing, disability and life insurance, financial advisors, and more! Check it out at .
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EM Fundamentals Jan 2
Not just important to recognize as an acute occlusion, it’s important to be able to explain WHY this represents an acute occlusion. Fast and helpful review.
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Derek Monette Dec 12
intern teaching series: 1st trimester bleeding with a little help from , , &
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EM Fundamentals Oct 3
Replying to @elewMD
or pretty much anything! pts that get drunk every day will prob be drunk when they have a stemi, cva, etc too
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Jeffrey Shih MD Sep 4
Replying to @M_Lin @Yale_EUS
👍 Another way to confirm vascular access placement: The “Vanishing Target Sign”! 🎯
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EM Fundamentals Sep 21
Great ddx to have: SOB w/ CTAB. Also great addition of pulm HTN from
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EM Fundamentals Sep 15
para : "Objective airway findings must be resolved; Skin findings must be stable or improving; Hemodynamics must be normal"
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