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Tim Horeczko
Physician | Educator | Researcher | . Emergency Medicine; Pediatric Emergency Medicine. Together, we're better:
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Tim Horeczko Nov 21
Replying to @DrNasrien
Beautiful. 🙏🏻
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Tim Horeczko Nov 21
Replying to @ianlewins @Shakespeare
Haha! I’m here for you, man.
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Tim Horeczko Nov 20
It's not exactly Iambic Pentameter, Ian, but you gotta leave something for the "premium members" 😅
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Tim Horeczko Nov 20
Replying to @ianlewins @Shakespeare
Nary a thinge so British And yet so 2020 e’er a man did Speke.
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Ian Lewins 15 Nov 17
Paediatric elbow X-rays? "Give me a break!" says for
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Tim Horeczko Nov 18
Champagne is for style. Can't control the neutrophils. 0 RBCs -- pop the cork!
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Tim Horeczko Nov 14
Replying to @Eleytherius
We call out rounds regularly. I try to do my part: “[X] team to rounds” *changes tone and pace, seemingly reassuringly, but somehow ominously now* “[X] team...to rounds” My value-added.
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Tim Horeczko Nov 14
Replying to @Eleytherius
So, let’s face it. It’s going to happen. So, own it and do it with verve. To the ENTIRE DEPARTMENT. I mean, all caps is all caps. Hardly just a suggestion.
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Tim Horeczko Nov 13
Replying to @2_paeds
You are very generous and kind, my friends. Thank you for motivating me!
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2 Paeds In A Pod Nov 13
Totallly agree. is our inspiration.
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Tim Horeczko Nov 2
Replying to @pediradnurse
More specifically/technically, propofol inhibits the transport of acylcarnitine esters, so that’s the real monkey wrench in the elegant machinery that is our tiny cellular metabolism powerhouses.
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Tim Horeczko Nov 2
Replying to @pediradnurse
Propofol uncouples oxidative phosphorylation in mitochondria in everyone. Healthy individuals: no prob w/ prop sedation; sometimes cumulative effects on gtt cause propofol infusion syndrome Children w/ MD have no reserve, so almost immediately develop propofol infusion syndrome
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Tim Horeczko Nov 2
Replying to @pediradnurse
Thank you! Yes -- child life is essential. So much to talk about; this piece focuses on the decision: go or no-go. More to come. Thank you, Lindsay!
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Tim Horeczko Nov 1
Go or No Go: Pediatric Pre-sedation Assessment
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Tim Horeczko Oct 26
Replying to @HansvanSchuppen
Baard, natuurlijk. 🧔
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Tim Horeczko Oct 26
Replying to @PodcastMovement
Here to help take better care of acutely ill and injured children.
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Tim Leeuwenburg Oct 22
Reflecting on prehospital clinician interactions on scene today with a bunch of trainees How you behave leaves a long-lasting impression Words & behaviours will resonate LONG after you’ve left Some recent stories from rural colleagues (drawn from across Oz, different States)
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د. مازن الهمداني Mazin Alhamdani MD Oct 21
I fully recommend "Pediatric Emergency Playbook" by . Started listening to this during my training in the US and have been recommending it to residents and fellows when I returned to my home country. Informative and entertaining, Awsome qualities for a podcast.
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Jason Woods Oct 22
you are too kind the flagship PEM podcasts are PEM Playbook from and PEMCurrents from . I run (). If you have some $ for a subscription, both PedsRAP and EMRAP have good PEM content
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Tim Horeczko Oct 22
Wow! Thank you very much! 🙌 🥳
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