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Lee Lindquist Feb 7
Great article for residents, fellows, and junior faculty in Academic Medicine. Mentee Missteps
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Lincoln EM Residency Feb 8
Peds Drowning: Heimlich maneuver not recommended - Do Rescue breathing vs CPR depending if has pulse via Dr. Cargill
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Lincoln EM Residency Feb 8
Cargill on child drowning, busting myths Routine C-spine imob not indicated for drowning (unless clear trauma / dive injury)
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Lincoln EM Residency Feb 8
Sea turtles like to eat jelly fish! Don't throw plastic bags in water. Causes turtle SBO
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Lincoln EM Residency Feb 8
Stings - jelly fish, fire coral Marinate w vinegar - deactivates stinger Remove tentacle but can cross gloves. Pain meds
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Lincoln EM Residency Feb 8
Stabs - urchin, lion fish, sting rays Toxin - Deactivated w hot water Look for FB, spines break Probably benefits from Abx
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Lincoln EM Residency Feb 8
Mark Silverberg from speaking at on Marine Envenomations
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Lincoln EM Residency Jan 31
Lost with all the letters involved in sepsis discussions? EGDT, ProCESS, SSC, CMS, etc Here's a quick primer
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Lincoln EM Residency Jan 28
.: 2016 3rd busiest US Emergency Department: proud to be serving the people of the Bronx
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FDNY EMS HAZTAC Jan 24
gonzo14z of 14Zebra along with other members operating on this mornings CO job in the Bronx.…
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Corrielle Caldwell Jan 18
discussing paper about tox epidemic during result: poison centers good for patients, good for healthcare
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Lincoln EM Residency Jan 18
HTN APE - Wayne State Protocol - Serial 2mg nitrogl boluses. Retrospective rev: Dec resource utilization, no adverse affects
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Lincoln EM Residency Jan 18
Levy - in pt with heart failure in the ED, I check for pitting edema, if present I'll give lasix, otherwise, I don't
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Lincoln EM Residency Jan 18
Dr. Phil Levy - just because pt in heart failure mediated APE does not necessarily mean pt is total body fluid overloaded
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Lincoln EM Residency Jan 11
. preaches opioid free ED. Dr. Elie states she practices NSAID free ED for concern for renal injury. Too far?
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Lincoln EM Residency Jan 11
Special populations in AKI - smaller patients, smaller creatinines. Be alert, can be an ominous sign...
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Lincoln EM Residency Jan 11
Some "Renal Protective Critical Care" with Dr. Elie... adjust your abx!
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Lincoln EM Residency Jan 11
Mindfulness - art of being in the moment - unencumbered the mind by: Stop multitasking Be present Slow things down
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Lincoln EM Residency Jan 11
"The challenge is figuring out who doesn't need TXA. If you have normal fibrinolysis [shown on TEG], you're not going to benefit from TXA."
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Lincoln EM Residency Jan 11
TEG targeted resuscitation; some data shows improved mortality. Check out for more.
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