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J. Scott Wieters MD
EM Doc, Interim Temple Campus Dean TX A&M COM, EM Baylor Scott&White, follow Christ, tweet opinions€ MED advice
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J. Scott Wieters MD Jul 17
I’m not surprised. Well deserved and congratulations!!!
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J. Scott Wieters MD Jul 13
Cheering for your leadership in putting together a PE response team
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J. Scott Wieters MD Jul 13
Replying to @DNAClock
Commit to a learning mindset. Avoid illusions of knowledge and embrace difficult topics. During study use concepts of Interleaving, Spaced repetition Active Retrieval, MIxed practice. Use concepts of elaboration, reflection, calibration on hard concepts.
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J. Scott Wieters MD Jul 11
waving the flag of increased use of POCUS in Critical Care
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J. Scott Wieters MD Jul 11
"I know who my mother is... I don't need to US my mother to prove she is my mother" POCUS in Crit. Care.
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J. Scott Wieters MD Jul 11
Love making new friends Reminding us that in patients with atrophy can have early herniation on CT without clinical symptoms.
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J. Scott Wieters MD Jul 11
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J. Scott Wieters MD Jul 11
Summary of TXA use beyond Trauma
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J. Scott Wieters MD Jul 11
Replying to @DNAClock
TEG would be a good supplement to help guide use. Great question. If you are served a martini glass= consider TXA
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J. Scott Wieters MD Jul 9
applying for EM this year: one week left to do the AAMC SVI deadline 7/16
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White Coat Investor Jul 5
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J. Scott Wieters MD Jul 3
Replying to @EmSanMD
You guys will be awesome parents! How exciting!
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J. Scott Wieters MD Jul 3
Replying to @RKeswaniMD
Mirkes’s I’ve... Follow up on management?
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J. Scott Wieters MD Jul 3
Replying to @TChanMD
Bout time! Congrats!
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J. Scott Wieters MD Jul 3
Are there unique healthcare emojis? This gif would be better than “ I have a really interesting and complex consult for you...”
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J. Scott Wieters MD Jul 2
So proud of on being named CMO of McLane Children's Hospital
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Dr. Jaime Hope Jun 30
from the amazing - in peds DKA, check the K+ early and often! Replete, replete, replete! They need fluid and electrolytes to replace a significant whole body deficit
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Arlene S. Chung, MD, MACM Jun 29
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Justin Hensley Jun 29
The time to make changes with critical care is NOT DURING THE RESUSCITATION. Have meetings. Educational timeouts in the morning. The first time nursing or trainees see something new should not be while a patient is coding on the table.
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IBRAHEM ALDEGHAITHER Jun 29
TEE During cardiac arrest can be the future ER tool to assess the effectiveness of the chest compressions as well as ROSC .. A recent study (this month) shows that using TEE decreases the time in rhythm check around 8 Sec! Great talk by 👏
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