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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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EM Fundamentals Sep 13
Replying to @EM_RESUS
I would say it does meet "criteria" (attached image from 2013 ACCF/AHA Guideline for the Management of STEMI).
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Michelle Lin Sep 4
Many pearls flying by on shift but paused to make 1 note on shape of central vein on U/S to tip you off if needle is in or not
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EM Fundamentals Aug 21
Coming soon: EM Fundamentals original content! Screen shots from upcoming segment on cardiac tamponade
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EM Fundamentals Aug 19
Also important to know sens/spec of these and non-us signs (as well as false +/-) to know when (and when NOT) to put a needle in there.
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Eric Shappell Aug 18
kinetics seem relevant too:
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Eric Shappell Aug 18
at the very least, pre-resus lactate linked to mortality in ED pts w/ signs/sxs infection:
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EM Fundamentals Aug 18
New(ish) ACEP clinical policy on well-appearing kids under 2y added to EMF:
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EM Fundamentals Aug 6
*and* sharing a mental model of the plan with your team. everyone in the room on the same page, even when switching to plans B and C.
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EM Fundamentals Aug 3
Replying to @EMSwami @drlauraduggan
Things that might make more life-like: - blood (including mist if vent from above) - provider takes 400mg caffeine before attempt
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EM Fundamentals Jul 22
also, always happy to discuss potential collaboration. great group over at .
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EM Fundamentals Jul 22
EM Fundamentals mastery sim pilot currently in development -- we're really excited about it! Stay tuned for national release in ~6 mo.
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EM Fundamentals Jul 17
Replying to @EM_RESUS
Same problem with cric. Most residents have no problem w/ this on task trainer. Need more time w/ mental prep so no delay when CICO/CICV.
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EM Fundamentals Jul 17
Replying to @EM_RESUS
Same problem with cric. Most residents have no problem w/ this on task trainer. Need more time w/ mental prep so no delay when CICO/CICV.
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EM Fundamentals Jul 14
Replying to @EMFundamentals
Certain populations known for atypical presentations of ACS, including: - elderly - female - diabetic
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