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Richard Levitan Oct 16
Educational Cric tool. Incrementalized approach to save a life--use a knife.
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UAlbertaCritCareUS Oct 14
Stepwise progression of B-lines: reflect increasing tissue density
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Yen Chow Oct 13
VL strategy: Stay high Stay back Stay dry Use SALAD DL/VL when you can Be prepared for hyperangulated VL tube deliv Bloody airway arrest eg
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Stephen W. Smith Oct 14
Cardiogenic shock with wide complex tachycardia and poor LV function in a young woman
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Academic Life in EM Oct 10
Apply Now to be the next EEM Fellow for Essentials 2018 conference in Vegas - 2 winners this year!:
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the EMCrit Crew Oct 12
Improve your subclavian success P.S. separate articles said similar for IJ
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Alex Koyfman Oct 11
Medical Malpractice Insights: Anchoring bias, limited differential leads to quadriplegia
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Brit Long Oct 9
emDocs Cases: The Sick ESRD Patient via
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Stephen W. Smith Oct 6
Inferolateral ST elevation, vomiting, and elevated troponin
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AirwayMan Oct 4
Complete lack of an ETCO2 waveform is always a sign of incorrect intubation, even in patients in cardiac arrest. Pull the tube and re-intubate. With CPR there is always a capnogram, it's just markedly attenuated. Never fall into this trap.
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reuben strayer Oct 5
Current EM Clinics is _Vascular Disorders_ and features a particularly well-written piece on Aortic Dissection.
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Gita Pensa, M.D. Oct 4
'Not Your Average Fainting Spell' -- a 36 yo female repeatedly faints. Family says low sugar...
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LSU EM Baton Rouge Oct 4
From to AAEMLa.....more from Dr. Shreves at the SMACC site.
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Radiopaedia.org Oct 3
Q: Light bulb appearance to humeral head Motor vehicle accident Diagnosis? ANSWER:
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Sam Ghali Oct 3
The intubator performing DL watched this ETT go "right through cords". This is why visualization is not the best confirmation of placement!
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Clay Smith Oct 2
New AHA Syncope Guidelines - 232 Pages as a Spoon Feed
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Ryan Cruz Sep 30
Replying to @smithECGBlog
Two more "Normal" ECGs seen in last month with 100% LAD occlusion (second was a surprise, found to have collaterals from RCA)
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Sam Ghali Sep 30
This is what a shoulder dislocation looks like on US before and after reduction. Focus on the joint space and watch how it glides in socket.
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Radiopaedia.org Aug 19
Q: 3yo who fell on elbow. Diagnosis? What helpful signs are seen? ANSWER:
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Radiopaedia.org Aug 11
Q: Easy one! Which carpal bone is dislocated? ANSWER:
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