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Ryan Radecki Aug 14
ICYMI: You should take the c-collar off nearly all intoxicated trauma patients after a negative CT:
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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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Sam Ghali Aug 18
Papillary muscle rupture on . Anterolateral is protected by dual blood supply. Posteromedial has lone supply and ruptures!
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Zachary Risler Aug 18
Great infographics and important differentiation of symptoms of organ injury. Headache not end organ damage!
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Seth Kelly Aug 17
Please take 20 min to listen to this EM:RAP about MD suicide. We need to have each other's backs/talk about this.
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the EMCrit Crew Aug 14
Toxicology dogmalysis: the osmolal gap -by
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Academic Life in EM Aug 9
Finish Strong: Top 10 Things to Master Before Graduating Residency - , Newmyer, Trop!
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Stephen W. Smith Aug 9
Atrial fibrillation with RVR: use POCUS to assess volume; then sinus vs. SVT: use of Lewis leads
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Stephen W. Smith Aug 7
50-- w CP, Ant STE, no Evolution on 3 Serial ECGs in 30 min, POCUS (-)
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Roshcast Aug 3
Ep 29: Personality Disorders, Neonatal Resus, Post-concussive, Abd Trauma, Conjunctivitis, Flexor Tenosynovitis
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Sam Ghali Aug 1
Pleural fluid can mimic pericardial fluid on . Key is finding pericardium. Look for the bright line just anterior to descending aorta!
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Ben C. Smith Aug 3
Chest pain radiating to back. UOTW by new contributor
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Essentials of EM Aug 2
Identify and treat pediatric dehydration like a Jedi Master with Dr. Ilene Claudius in just 8 mins:
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Matt Klein Aug 2
Reviewed the workup of PE with interns this morning - must read paper from
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Academic Life in EM Aug 2
New ALiEM CARDS website! led team to completely rebrand & redesign the PV Card series 💥
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Arun Nagdev Aug 1
Diffuse ST elevation in hypo patient. Ventricular aneurysm w poor cardiac output dx bedside. Note swirling blood in left ventricle.
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Amal Mattu Jul 31
Answer: this is a RRWCT...patient needs empiric calcium or bicarbonate to start; turned out to be hyperkalemia (8.8 mEq/L)
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AAEM Jul 28
Check out this bonus episode while the podcast takes a brief break.
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LSU EM Baton Rouge Jul 27
Intern life is hard sometimes, but orientation is over now!
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Sam Ghali Jul 27
Inserting a central line but target vein is collapsed? If your patient can comply, ask them to "bear down". Watch what happens to the IJ !
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