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Sumit Patel Jun 24
For residents completing intern year & moving into supervising roles: Always remember how intern year felt. Be kind.
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Michael Balkin, M.D. Jun 22
Great link, Dr. Printing it now.
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LSU EM Baton Rouge Jun 22
Awesome time showing high school students some EM during their summer immersion
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Stephen W. Smith Jun 21
Patient presentation is important, and so is R-wave amplitude.
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Michelle Lin Jun 20
Top 10 Tips for Residency Graduates - congrats on completing residency and moving to another exciting phase of your life!
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LSU EM Baton Rouge Jun 19
Great Journal Club....REACT-2 over Brews
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Sam Ghali Jun 19
A looks like a snake on US. Have your patient look left & right. If it slithers, you've clinched the diagnosis.
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Stephen W. Smith Jun 19
de Winter's T-waves evolve into Wellens' waves
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Sam Ghali Jun 18
ECG of a young man with Proximal LAD Occlusion This is why learning to read saves lives!
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Stephen W. Smith Jun 17
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Dr Eric Levi Jun 15
Dear Colleagues, In the 2 weeks after tonsillectomy, the throat is covered in slough. Not "pussy". Not infected. This is normal.
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Tim Horeczko Jun 14
Replying to @smithECGBlog @LSU_EMBR
Consideration in these cases: myocardial bridge. More here: Thanks, Steve, for teaching!
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Stephen W. Smith Jun 14
An adolescent with trauma, chest pain, and a wide complex rhythm
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Stephen W. Smith Jun 12
Here is another recent case of "normal EKG":
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Sam Ghali Jun 12
This is what a looks like on US. Air abolishes normal lung sliding. The "lung point" is where 'sliding' meets 'no sliding'!
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Stephen W. Smith Jun 12
Should Emergency Physicians be interrupted by ECGs that are read as "Normal" by the computer? An article critique.
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LSU EM Baton Rouge Jun 12
When your patient looks like pyelo vs. cholecystitis and the UA/US are negative....check a CXR!
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Matt Klein Jun 10
GERD Gastroenteritis Viral syndrome "Just drunk" ...diagnoses of exclusion
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Bryan D. Hayes Jun 10
No Icatibant for ACE-I Induced Angioedema | New article analysis from PharmERToxGuy
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Stephen W. Smith Jun 10
A patient with shortness of breath has an ECG in triage:
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