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Rob Theriault 4h
STEMI or early repolarization. Not likely to make a decision in the field based on this calculation
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Adam Rosh 22h
20 new questions added to the pediatric emergency medicine Qbank
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Victoria Stephen 13h
Status Epilepticus-Another INH overdose. 17g! High dose benzos and pyridoxine as antidote. No phenytoin
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Brit Long 9h
TOXCARD: TOXIC ALCOHOL POISONING via
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Rob Greig Feb 20
28y/o 🚺 PEA in dept cardiac arrest: PoCUS=Tamponade Pericardial drain in, patient sat up chatting 10mins later. consent✅
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Salim R. Rezaie Feb 20
February 2017 REBEL Cast: All Hyperoxia Edition with
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Lauren Westafer Feb 20
are US guided LPs all the rage? pearls, pitfalls, and some core content via
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Stephen W. Smith Feb 20
Chest pain, LBBB, and a Ratio that does not quite meet the modified Sgarbossa criteria
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Roshcast Feb 19
Hydrofluoric acid can cause systemic tox after dermal exposure. Don't forget your antidotes!
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Sam Ghali Feb 19
This is what a shoulder dislocation reduction looks like on ultrasound. Amazing watching it pop right back into socket!
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Roshcast Feb 18
What are the ekg findings in pulmonary embolism? Don't forget about Hampton hump and Westermark sign!
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Josette McMichael MD Feb 18
25yo x 5 days. Itchy target lesions, some are bullous. Triggered by recent oral HSV recurrence
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Sam Ghali Feb 18
This is how a Combitube works: 1. Sits in esophagus 2. Balloon conforms to posterior pharynx 3. O2 delivered via holes over airway
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Brad Sobolewski Feb 17
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Roshcast Feb 17
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Clay Smith Feb 17
Why We Use Dexamethasone in Bacterial Meningitis
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Adam Rosh Feb 18
Part 3 of the In-Training Review by Nachi Gupta and Jeff Nusbaum
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Roshcast Feb 16
Erythema Nodosum p/w tender red pretibial nodules. Causes: infectious, sarcoid, OCPs, phenytoin, sulfa. Tx: nsaids.
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Eric Abrams, MD Feb 16
M-Mode is movement over time of a given slice of an ultrasound image. EPSS can help you gauge EF, mitral stenosis and aortic regurg.
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Sam Ghali Feb 16
This is what hemorrhagic tamponade looks like. Clotted pericardial blood smashing the heart. Burn this into your mind. Save a life!
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