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Lucy Hindle
Emergency Physician at Chris Hani Baragwanath Hospital, Johannesburg,South African tweeting EM/crit care/gender issues.
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Simon Carley May 22
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Dr. Glaucomflecken May 22
By the time you're 35 you should have thought about LASIK then forgot about it and ended up spending all that money on coffee.
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Medlife Crisis (Rohin) May 19
When you go for a basic lecture on ECGs but the guy does 2 hours just on the P wave in hypercalcaemia because that was his PhD thesis
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#hellomynameisRoss May 20
If you ever do any paeds trauma or worse, are worried that you might have to, read THIS, it's excellent!
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Sarah E May 18
A Free course on football injuries, by world leading experts in Football Medicine. Approx 42 modules to complete. Developed by heard from . Probably useful for all EM docs
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Manpreet Singh - ‘Manny’ May 18
EM in 5: Hand, Foot, & Mouth Disease by - Reading references to Not all severe appearing rashes are life-threatening. Be careful, but know the Ddx. A virus can cause lots of concern!
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Esther Choo May 19
I was thinking I could cannulate her EJ by tossing an angiocath at it from across the room like a dart
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GomerBlog May 17
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Dr. Glaucomflecken May 17
Thanks for the donation ! Here's your infographic (in poster form) to help explain to patients in the ED waiting room why the wait is so long. Hopefully admin will let you put it up. If they don't, put it up anyway. Fight the power.
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Lucy Hindle May 17
Replying to @miss_moss @jensdowns
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Heike Geduld May 17
Congratulations to our new South African (and Batswana) Emergency Physicians
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Daily Maverick May 17
GROUNDUP: Why do so many South Africans die of TB? By GroundUp
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Lucy Hindle May 17
Don't bring snakes, scorpions, spiders etc to the ED if you get bitten!! Will result in doctor heading swiftly for the door... 🕷🐍🦂
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KimberleyEM May 15
A big congratulations to South Africa’s newest Emergency Physicians!
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Mike Cadogan May 15
LITFL How to be The Shop Floor Clinician
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Nathalie Martinek PhD May 7
Your patients are not fodder for Twitter love. Check your intention & personal ethics. Ask yourself: how would I feel about my story being used for external validation? Is it contributing to benefit or do I want to hang with the cool kids? Be authentic.
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Anand Swaminathan May 15
Pearls from half-time show When doing local blocks ALWAYS calculate your toxic dose prior to injection Fantastic resource
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Beta-betic May 14
Rating pain numerically is too abstract. I propose a new scale based on distractibility via the limbic system: mild = cat pictures, moderate = puppy videos, mod+ = actual puppies 🐶 severe = bring me the baby pandas 🐼
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Dr. Glaucomflecken May 12
Replying to @DGlaucomflecken
5. I always prefer ointment (erythromycin vs bacitracin) for kids over drops. It offers better lubrication for abrasions and crying will not wash out the medication.
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Dr. Glaucomflecken May 12
Replying to @DGlaucomflecken
4. Possible orbital or intraocular foreign body needs a CT scan, despite the radiation exposure. X-ray does not allow for adequate localization. We need to know EXACTLY where that FB is.
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