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HarborUCLAEM
PGY1-4 County EM Residency Program in beautiful SoCal. Supporter. Tweets are educational and should not be construed as medical advice.
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Justin Morgenstern Jan 15
Idarucizumab: We need science, not just optimism (An EBM rant)
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Manpreet Singh Jan 11
Three most common weight loss surgeries. Check out ‘Post-Bariatric Surgery Patient Power Review’ - by via
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emDOCs Team Jan 10
Medical Malpractice Insights: So you think you’re smarter than the EKG computer...
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Michael Gottlieb Jan 10
Outside of where I trained. Saw a lot of similar issues and proud to be able to provide care to ANYONE who walked in our doors
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Manpreet Singh Jan 10
Can see a lot of what these patients are experiencing being at a county facility. Delayed ortho, malignancy and surgical cases. Culture of this needs to change. In the end, we got to do what’s right for the patient regardless.
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WikEM Jan 9
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rob rogers, m.d. Jan 9
Fantastic read on bedside teaching in the January !!
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Viren Naik Jan 8
This graphic that contrasts “what most (inexperienced) people think” leads to success vs “what (experienced) successful people know” goes well with this oldie but goodie!
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Joelle Donofrio, DO Jan 8
Pediatric ventilation starting guidelines. Courtesy of Dr Kallay Peds intensivist.
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Roger J. Lewis Jan 9
The DAWN Trial—an adaptive enrichment design by —demonstrates thrombectomy improves neurological outcomes and survival in imaging-selected patients with large vessel occlusion strokes up to 24 hours after onset January 4th
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AEM Journal Jan 9
Question for authors & on their recent paper on ED-to-ED referrals: What other impacts did patients report besides duplicate testing? OPEN ACCESS:
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AEM Journal Jan 8
Question for authors & on their recent paper on ED-to-ED referrals: How might we improve the referral process to decrease duplication of testing? OPEN ACCESS:
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Salim R. Rezaie Jan 8
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Anand Swaminathan Jan 5
Favorite podcast of the new year | Birnbaumer on the struggles, successes + rising challenges women face in medicine.
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Manpreet Singh Jan 7
LITFL Review 314 out now - - Highest highlights, sneakiest sneak peeks and loudest shout-outs in via LITFL Review Team
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Tarsheen Sethi, MD Jan 5
Summary slide from excellent talk on adaptive platform clinical trials- Flexner Discovery Lecture by from . I-SPY2 arms published in an example in oncology.
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rob rogers, m.d. Jan 6
If you have a podcast, avoid “podfade” (putting out podcasts sporadically and at greater intervals) Audiences will potentially give up on you. 😢🎧🎤
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emDOCs Team Jan 6
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Roger J. Lewis Jan 4
Presenting the Discovery lecture today on platform trials at Vanderbilt see for streaming at 4 pm CST
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reuben strayer Jan 4
Neither. From the following letter to the editor: "In the absence of a documented beneficial effect on outcome, CP appears to be more a ritual than an effective measure."
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