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Lincoln EM Residency Feb 14
Radiology Moment with Dr. Caldwell: Emphysematous cholecystitis
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Lincoln EM Residency Feb 12
Lincoln residents and taking part in the Wellness Think Tank
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Zaf Qasim Feb 11
Changes for the 10th Edition Great infographic via
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Lincoln EM Residency Feb 11
Asynchronous teaching by core faculty
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Lincoln EM Residency Jan 31
Live streaming the Essentials of EM EMCrit Conference
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EM Pulse Jan 12
We’re excited to introduce the new from - EM Pulse! Bringing research and expert opinion to the bedside. Check it out and subscribe at
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David Lewandowski Jan 10
EM and Psych needs to work together with Psych Emergencies. Collaboration not conflict with our society guidelines.
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Catherine Lott Jan 10
Dr Zun - Get meds on board early (think triage) if needed to avoid worse outcomes for the agitated patient.
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Lincoln EM Residency Jan 10
Dr Leslie Zun - on medical clearance of psych patients - routine lab testing is of no value. Testing should be guided by clinical evaluation
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CORD Jan 4
From the minds of our Resilience Committee - introducing the Mini-Fellowship in Wellness Scholarship, taking place at ! Learn more and apply today;
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Lincoln EM Residency Dec 28
For some happy doctors, medicine is a hobby via M C
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Richard Levitan Dec 13
Great to revisit Lincoln Hospital in South Bronx, my old stomping grounds, for Grand Runds—and hang w Nick Caputo Airway researcher, critical care master.
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Lincoln EM Residency Dec 13
Can't find the epiglottis? Uvula points to the epiglottis. Epiglottis is the only horizontal line in the airway. Still can't find it, pull out, look for landmarks, re-start incremental laryngoscopy
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Lincoln EM Residency Dec 13
The kata of laryngoscopy training with Proper grip of the laryngoscope is key. Grip changes during the intubation
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David Lewandowski Dec 13
Danish study, Norskov et al, Anesthesiologists unable to predict 95% of difficult airways with
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Lincoln EM Residency Dec 13
Cricothyrotomy pearls from
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Lincoln EM Residency Dec 13
One step at a time, you can do incredible things. on airway . Break down complex tasks into small manageable pieces. The first step in any process is key, know the right first step.
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Catherine Lott Nov 23
Thankful for my first publication with my faculty! Happy thanksgiving!
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Jeffrey Uribe Nov 15
Antibiotics and cardiology review by the one and only Dr. Gernsheimer. Picture of current and former PD
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Catherine Lott Nov 15
Pleasure listening to Dr. Joel Gernsheimer, an EM legend, lecture on antibiotic use in the ED at today’s
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