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Jeff Wiswell Feb 18
Hi Dr. Avila, I'd like to attend Castle Fest 2020 but I need a PDF of the brochure for reimbursement and can't find one or any contact info on the website. Do you have a POC for the course?
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Jeff Wiswell 5 Dec 15
# emrap nice talk angio cath w/lines. First wrote about this on ALIEM few years ago
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Jeff Wiswell 4 Nov 15
Replying to @ultrasoundpod
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Jeff Wiswell 13 May 15
agree--would be a great blog post
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Jeff Wiswell 3 May 15
Replying to @emergencypdx
did Genentech buy him that Rolls?
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Jeff Wiswell 1 Apr 15
thanks for the tweet! Check out our epiglottitis post--it's the Behind the Music version of Oct EMRAP
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Daniel Cabrera 🦔🦊🤖 10 Feb 15
. talks bout gut feeling in decision making via
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Jeff Wiswell 9 Feb 15
What's it like to have epiglottitis? Find out--
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Jeff Wiswell 2 Sep 14
Patient on warfarin with post-dental extraction bleeding? Try gauze soaked in ferric sulfate solution. Success with N=1
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Jeff Wiswell 30 Jul 14
difficult to tell without color but possibly A2 segment of anterior leaflet
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Jeff Wiswell 30 Jul 14
Residency training--“Nice is different than good.”
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Jeff Wiswell 25 Jul 14
Epiglottitis is the on-ramp to the airway
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Jeff Wiswell 15 Jul 14
Mayo Clinic ranked #1 in US
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Mayo Clinic ME 12 Jul 14
announces online video education for medical professionals
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Michael A. Gisondi, MD 3 Jul 14
Congratulations on YOUR ACEP National EM Junior Faculty Teaching Award!! See you at !
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Jeff Wiswell 2 Jul 14
: EKG w/syncope--I'd add look for epsilon waves for ARVD & trifasicular blocks are often missed
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Jeff Wiswell 30 Jun 14
Replying to @CabreraERDR @GomerBlog
@muemong Even the most mundane of traumas + subjectively decreased breath sounds merits an exam for rush of air ...
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Jeff Wiswell 28 Jun 14
Replying to @emergencypdx @rfdsdoc
much safer than the wild agitation. I use 4-5mg/kg often these cases--"procedural sedation" for violently psychotic
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Jeff Wiswell 20 Jun 14
Agree with dermabond for bleeding fistulas, but also need proximal/distal pressure & high flow on nasal cannula to dry glue
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Jeff Wiswell 19 Jun 14
In pts with new psych issues after starting steroids, think steroid psychosis. Most likely in first 6 weeks
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