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Dr. Fiona Mattatall
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Dr. Fiona Mattatall 8h
Replying to @PJKupchak
I suspect he hasn't ever watched or read GOT ๐Ÿค”
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UofT Medicine 11h
โ€œAnesthesiologists do heroic work, too, but quietly. We battle with such things that literally make the difference between life and death, or at the least between a life well-lived & a coma-induced brain starved of oxygen.โ€
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Dr. Fiona Mattatall 9h
And I have never seen terror in the eyes on the other side of the OR drapes where I have worked - concern yes, working quickly to save a life yes, but not terror - thank you and to all anaesthesiologists for being among the unsung heroes of the hospital ๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿป
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Dr. Fiona Mattatall 9h
Maybe to the untrained eye, calm can be mistaken for boredom - especially the calm that comes from carefully titrating medications to walk the fine line of consciousness and skilled operation of keeping the brain, heart, and lungs alive
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Dr. Fiona Mattatall 9h
And I certainly don't see 98% of your work as "boredom"
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Dr. Fiona Mattatall 9h
Excellent interview with about perinatal mental health. | CBC Radio
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Dr. Fiona Mattatall 9h
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Dr. Fiona Mattatall 10h
Replying to @kmeade11
๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜ฒ I have seen many a cervix in my day but not this closeup (and not sheep either) - glorious images!
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Dr. Fiona Mattatall 10h
Replying to @ESaidenberg
From this ObGyn, please accept thanks for your unsung hard work - I could not do what I do in Ob or Gyn without our team of pathologists where I work
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Dr. Fiona Mattatall 10h
Clearly we need a new study ... now to get funding ๐Ÿค”๐Ÿ˜‰๐Ÿค”
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Dr. Fiona Mattatall 10h
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Dr. Fiona Mattatall 10h
Replying to @JHowardBrainMD
And in response I ask "how much are you making from the wellness industry to argue against vaccines, and promote tinctures, supplements, and woo"?
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Dr. Fiona Mattatall 10h
Replying to @JHowardBrainMD
My answer is very simple ...
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Carly Weeks 12h
Let's try this again: People born 1970 to mid-1990s likely only received one dose of MMR vaccine, which we now know may not be sufficient to fully protect. The two-dose vaccine was introduced in Canada in 1996-1997. The vaccine is highly effective, but people need two doses.
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Dr. Fiona Mattatall 15h
This is how we roll in our house too, ๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿป
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Dr. Fiona Mattatall 15h
๐Ÿค” Well this is the first time I have seen one of my dadโ€™s sayings tested in a clinical trial Summary of findings: ๐Ÿบ๐Ÿท๐Ÿค•=๐Ÿท๐Ÿบ๐Ÿค•
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Dr. Fiona Mattatall 24h
Replying to @choo_ek
Gyn here - see this all the time ๐Ÿคฆ๐Ÿปโ€โ™€๏ธ PSA - the vagina is part of normal anatomy - if there is a symptom for which a vulva/vagina/cervix/uterus/ovary is on your differential please examine the patient! You would auscultate a heart with chest pain, right?
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Dr. Fiona Mattatall Apr 17
Replying to @sheilawalker73
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Dr. Fiona Mattatall Apr 17
Replying to @sheilawalker73
Twins can have different birthdays anyway - one before midnight and one after
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Tammy & Scott Apr 17
been reading all the posts about vaccinations - thought you would like this one...
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