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Official account for the FRCPC Emergency Medicine program at the University of Toronto. Tweets for discussion and learning, not medical advice.
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EM UofT Feb 21
"Call conversation a placebo if you like, but if it helps without causing harm, then it’s legitimate medicine."
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EM UofT Feb 21
IV salbutamol is in 'kitchen sink' category for mgmt of awful asthmatic. Evidence poor but desperate times = desperate measures
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EM UofT Feb 21
Deep dive #2 at EBM Rounds today. Helps to build from basics, no matter how well you know a topic. Started with 'What is a wheeze?'
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Kaif Pardhan Feb 21
Any lecture that involves Bernoulli is worth getting up for
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Dr Jason Frank 27 Oct 14
Love it! : Everything you need to know about Knowledge and Expertise in one handy graph
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EM UofT Feb 21
Peds DKA: Do not rely on a head CT in a child to diagnose cerebral edema. Can look at it for midline shift, sure, but not appropriate for CE
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EM UofT Feb 21
With DKA presenting increasingly early in life, have it on your radar even in very young children.
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EM UofT Feb 21
In mgmt of peds DKA, remember: if the child is in shock, treat it quickly. If not, the management of DKA is intentionally slow.
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EM UofT Feb 21
with a deep dive into Pediatric DKA at Evidence-Based Rounds. If you're new to DKA, a great LITFL piece:
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EM UofT Feb 21
Unsolicited plug for - it's absolutely worth your time. The 'Patient Cases - Trauma' tab is great learning.
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EM UofT Feb 21
Beware: severe bullous COPD can mimic PTX, do not chest tube this patient! A broncho-pulmonary fistula is bad news.
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Jennifer Bryan Feb 11
"Why am I waiting?"Excellent patient video from Toronto's own
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EM UofT Feb 21
Talking pneumothorax this morning at Jr. Rounds. Smoking increases relative risk 20x. COPD+Ptx carries up to 17% mortality!
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UofT Trauma Feb 14
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EM UofT Feb 14
very true!
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Alia Dh Feb 14
If you're distracted for 2 secs while driving 50km/hour, you will drive 27 meters...blind.
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EM UofT Feb 14
An element of Toronto's response to the preventable nature of injury: Vision Zero:
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EM UofT Feb 14
Great article by - Teens have different risk:reward ratio. Talking injury prevention at rounds.
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Jennifer Bryan Feb 14
Injury prevention at grand rounds, excellent resource:
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EM UofT Feb 14
Injury = leading cause of death for Canadians 1-44 y/o (National Trauma Registry). Talking prevention, not treatment at now rounds
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