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Michael Gottlieb
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JEM_Journal Jun 12
Wednesday's lunch not sitting too well, or perhaps still sitting in the esophagus? Check out this evidence based review of what to do about it here Or listen here
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AEMETOnline Jun 12
New concept paper from “Tools for Measuring Competency in Clinical Ultrasound: Recommendations from the Ultrasound Competency Work Group”
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Arizona Ultrasound Jun 4
Adhikari's Image of the Wk! Periorbital Cellulitis. How do you distinguish from orbital cellulitis? -Widened orbital soft tissue -Thickened medial rectus muscle -Fluid in sub-Tenon’s space deep to the sclera
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MaimoUltrasound Jun 7
Do you want to make inexpensive nerve block models for your trainees? We have a solution for you!! Check out our new paper on how to use meat glue to make the models:
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Ali Haider Jun 6
RCT by demonstrating benefit of promoting academic publications on social media
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AEM Journal Jun 4
question for author (and you!): How should emergency medicine clinicians interpret the results of this study? Read more in FREE ACCESS /
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Seth Trueger Jun 3
FTFY: "HEARTS" H-eart Attack (AMI, ACS) E-mbolism (PE) A-ortic Stenosis R-hythm Abnormalities T-achycardia S- from the bite of a serpent
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Wendy Coates, MD Jun 3
Syncope! Causes from your heart: "HEART" H-eart Attack (AMI, ACS) E-mbolism (PE) A-ortic Stenosis R-hythm Abnormalities T-achycardia Charles Locke Eastlake (1793-1865) "A peasant woman fainting from the bite of a serpent" Victoria and Albert Museum
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AEM Journal Jun 3
What is the yield of CT head in patients presenting with syncope? Find out in : FREE ACCESS / Learn more about syncope from :
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IUEM Ultrasound May 31
When doing an intra-articular injection of a shoulder for an acute dislocation, make sure you aspirate blood first and then inject... OR just use an ultrasound and make sure you're in... Ok... both are fine.
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Gentry Wilkerson May 30
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Brit Long May 30
With this review and a recent study by Thiruganasambandamoorthy V et al. (PMID: 30691921), the prevalence is < 1%
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AEM Journal May 30
question for : Based on this review, what is the prevalence of PE in patients with syncope? Read more in FREE ACCESS /
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Michael Gottlieb May 29
Agree completely. Need to have some other feature to suggest PE. If it’s severe enough to cause syncope, it should have other signs/symptoms/US findings. Indiscriminate testing will lead to more harm than good.
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AEM Journal May 29
Question for authors (and you!) In what situations do you consider testing for PE in patients with syncope? Read more in FREE ACCESS /
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al’ai alvarez May 28
Here's a nice article on the value of finding your people online through virtual communities of practice. It may be daunting for a medical student at first. It gets easier. The more you spend time with , the faster the eases up.
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Michael Gottlieb May 28
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AEM Journal May 28
What is the prevalence of PE among ED patients presenting with syncope? Find out in : FREE ACCESS / Learn more about syncope from -
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Wendy Coates, MD May 27
Syncope! Causes from your head: "HEAD" H-ypoxia, hypoglycemia E-pilepsy A-nxiety D-ysfunctional brain stem (e.g., vertebrobasilar) "The Nightmare" by Henry Fuseli
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David Zodda, MD May 24
Learn everyone’s names. I mean everyone’s name. That includes Anna, the environmental services attendant who disinfects all the rooms and in doing so, likely has saved more lives than you ever will.
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