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Highland EM Sep 28
Looking beyond technology to shape the emergency department of the future via
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Highland EM Sep 21
Our very own Gene Hern breaking down epistaxis with . Tune in at
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Highland EM Aug 24
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SAEM Online Aug 23
Hospitals Could Do More For Survivors Of Opioid Overdoses, Study Suggests via
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The Lever Institute Aug 21
Highland Health Advocates new paper!
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Highland EM Aug 20
and company. Case report published here,
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Arun Nagdev Aug 18
Hypot/intub blunt trauma pt(neg FAST). Rep POCUS Echo=papillary muscle rupture w severe regurg. Urgent mitral valve replacement = survived.
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Erik Anderson Aug 19
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Highland EM Jul 29
Congrats to our graduating seniors! It's been an amazing ride. 🎉🎈🍾
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Highland EM Jul 27
The future of Emergency Medicine after a great residency retreat
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Highland EM Jul 27
The future of Emergency Medicine after a great residency retreat
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Levitt Center Jul 23
Dr. Ben Thomas lays it out clearly: Injuries from Inner-City Guns Reignite Plea to Stop the Violence
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Sam Ghali Jul 12
It's not illegal to use a Mac as a Miller
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Tessa Davis Jul 13
Fascia-iliaca or femoral nerve block for femur fractures. What's your preference and why? Good discussion at the today.
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Natalie Wall Jul 14
Replying to @RNontheright
💯%. Volume doesn't discount the fact that each pt is a person worthy of compassion. Sometimes it's the only thing we can give.
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Arun Nagdev May 22
Altered septic patient (hypotensive, febrile..) Sepsis protocol=OK. POCUS=better. Source identified and nephrostomy tube placed urgently
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Kara Toles MD May 17
repping re: single dose dex for asthma.
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Highland EM Apr 28
Whats your first-line approach for anterior shoulder dislocations?
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Highland EM Apr 27
Are you still performing landmark based subclavian lines in the age of US-guidance? If so when???
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Highland EM Apr 24
Coping with Burnout! Written by one of our own residents
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