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jason wagner Jun 21
Col Fieg QOD Q-9-month old w/rash. Started on extremities and spread centripetally. She has been on amoxicillin for several days for OM. What is the most likely Dx? A-Erythema multiforme; it can be caused by Inf, drugs (AntiBx, anticonvulsants); autoimmune; or idiopathic
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Scott K Aberegg MD MPH Jun 18
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Michael Weinstock Jun 18
Medical courtroom drama? Join Adena & OSU EM for a free live-stream Wed June 20th from 11A-1P EST: Objection! Over-ruled! The case of a 47 year old woman with anaphylactic shock. How would you vote?
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Damian Roland Jun 14
HUGELY significant finding! "Neither the rate of administration nor the sodium chloride content of intravenous fluids significantly influenced neurologic outcomes in children with diabetic ketoacidosis" Well done and PECARN
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reuben strayer Jun 14
We're pleased to present the latest chapter on ultrasound-guided regional nerve blocks. Odashima, Strasburg & Dickman have written an emergency-focused, authoritative guide that is somehow both concise and comprehensive.
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Daniel Migliaccio Jun 12
Before/after placement of TV pacer wire. Improved contractility/ hemodynamics (R). On left, pacer wire coiling in the RA, on right in the RV trabeculae. Connect an alligator clip to EKG machine vs visualizing wire? I'll take , loving sonogif by
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ACEP - Members Jun 10
The Case: 26 y/o woman with 1 year of: • generalized headaches • sinus drainage • clicking sensation posterior pharynx Attempted over-the-counter antihistamines and several antibiotics, without relief. Full case here:
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Shammi Ramlakhan Jun 10
Could this be Congenital Heart Disease or something more common? Nice, simple 3 step approach to identifying and managing babies with undifferentiated illness from@emcases
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Resa E Lewiss Dec 27
This is a Molar Pregnancy. Gestational sac containing an unclear grape-like cluster. Operator seeks cannot find a FHB tribute
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Stephen W. Smith Jun 6
An elderly woman found down with bradycardia and hypotension
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Neeraj Chhabra Jun 6
Great summary of ED hemophilia management from our PGY3, Dr. Fiutko
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UMKC EM Residency Jun 4
Cooling techniques as this summer heat 🔥 picks up!
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Stephen W. Smith Jun 4
Left Bundle Branch Block, Severe Chest pain, Previous Normal Angio. What is going on?
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Vanessa Cardy Jun 3
Rural med hacks. Cut the straps off an ET tube holder, sew it to the skin and use it to help secure a chest tube for transport
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the EMCrit Crew Jun 2
The post was amazing; the original video SUCKKKKKKKKKKKKED. This new one has Josh showing you both probe location and ultrasound screen. Start doing this, it is super cool.
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Charlie Caffrey, MD Jun 1
Applying for hospital credentialing: "CORE PRIVILEGES: Admit, assess, evaluate, diagnose, and initially treat patients of all ages who present in the ED with any symptom, illness, injury, or condition." Damn right.
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Joel Topf, MD FACP May 23
Stop torturing the radial artery, VBGs are good enough.
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Gentry Wilkerson Jun 1
Now published- our Letter to the Editor regarding the publication "Treatment of Angioedema Induced by Angiotensin-Converting Enzyme Inhibitor"
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Brooks Walsh May 29
A particularly helpful post, practical points and broader context
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Philippe Rola May 27
50M w massive PE. HR 140, BP 105sys, no pressors, cool, lactate 5ish. what would you guys do? Note infrahepatic IVC finding...ominous. CT on next tweet.
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