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Elizabeth Viglianti
Pulmonary Critical Care physician. Aspiring Health services researcher. Interested in persistent critical illness
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Jack Iwashyna Mar 29
Quick reminder, while not disclosing confidential patient or hospital information, that patients ARE DEFINITELY recovering from ARDS and coming off vents Our healthcare workers are definitely successfully saving lives
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Elizabeth Viglianti Mar 26
Replying to @Robin_Fussell
Not sure but there was a piece/comment just published in BMJ
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Daniel Ansari Mar 24
Guys, please stop bragging about your academic productivity during this time. Many are juggling: kids at home, family abroad who are at risk, lonely at home, member of a high-risk group, worried about the future etc. Have some freaking compassion. This ain't a writing retreat!
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Tom Inglesby Mar 23
In last 24 hrs there've been prominent US voices calling for a stop to social distancing, citing rationale that they're worse than impact of COVID itself. It’s worth looking very closely at that claim, where we are in US COVID epidemic and what happens if we stop. 1/x
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Craig Spencer MD MPH Mar 23
Replying to @Craig_A_Spencer
You might hear people saying it isn't real. It is. You might hear people saying it isn't bad. It is. You might hear people saying it can't take you down. It can. I survived Ebola. I fear . Do your part. Stay home. Stay safe. And every day I'll come to work for you
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A.E. Turnbull, DVM, MPH, PhD Mar 18
For medical providers: A cheat sheet on what to say to patients and families facing COVID19. Please share broadly COVID-19 Communication Skills: Frimer for talking about COVID-19 w/ patients & families: Thread/1 👇
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RanaAwdishMD Mar 16
Because I needed 26 prbc units in one night, has donated blood every 8 weeks for years. I have never seen a letter like this. Please, if you can, donate blood. Encourage others. We are so much more interdependent than we know.
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Elizabeth Viglianti Mar 16
I don’t think we know yet about post covid19 morbidity. It’s likely too early still.
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Andy Slavitt @ 🏡 Mar 14
Doctors in Italy are begging us to listen to them. 21,000 confirmed cases, 20% growth in a single day. Non-COVID-19 cases getting by without medical care. Ventilators are in short supplies causing death tolls to rise to 100s/day. 1/
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Charlotte Summers Mar 15
In response to non-ICU colleagues wanting some clinical guidance relating to COVID, I have made this little video:
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Elizabeth Viglianti Mar 15
Replying to @wunschcritcare
out of curiosity where does fall on that curve?
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Jack Iwashyna Mar 14
“health care worker furlough policies are effective during a containment phase, they are ineffective in the presence of ongoing community spread during which staff may be as likely to be exposed to infection outside the health care setting as within it” Vinnie Liu
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Leticia Kawano-Dourado Mar 13
A subgroup of severe pts might have a cytokine storm syndrome - secondary hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis & may benefit from steroids. Congrats 😉
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Equal Medicine@UM IM Residency Program Mar 10
First Bystander Training was a success! Thanks to Laura and Abby for their hard work organizing and to for their wisdom and insights!
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Sara Saberi Mar 10
I was so impressed with residents, & & learned more from than I taught in my 1st Microaggressions & Bystander w#training workshop.
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Elizabeth Viglianti Mar 10
So excited to see ⁦⁩ prepare residents in how to respond to . Full house ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Elizabeth Viglianti Mar 6
Replying to @laxswamy
No problem working but can I be please be provided a place to stay so as to not expose the rest of my family.
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Leticia Kawano-Dourado Mar 6
Missed last on the challenges women face in today's medicine? No regrets! Here you can find the best moments of this super discussion: Part II
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Jacelyn Peabody Lever Mar 5
I'm grateful to be a part of a society that facilitates discussion of such important issues facing such as day to day challenges, implicit bias, and what changes are necessary. moving the needle! Great discussion, y'all!
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