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Arun Nagdev
Emergency Ultrasound Director, Highland General Hospital
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David Martin Aug 3
Finishing up our first week of POCUS bootcamp training for our four new Peruvian ultrasound fellows. Finalizando nuestra primera semana de entrenamiento de POCUS para nuestros cuatro nuevo fellows.
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andrea dreyfuss Aug 2
We have four new ultrasound fellows in Peru this academic year and two of them will be based out of rural areas in Peru in Iquitos and Cusco. Next week we graduate our first three Peruvian fellows. Thank you for making this possible
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Dharmesh Shukla Jul 14
Severe exacerbation of meralgia paresthetica pain, not responding to opiates, relieved within minutes of ED arrival guided blockade of Lateral Cutaneous Nerve of Thigh with levobupivacaine = pain gone for 12+h (not as bad when block ended 16 h later.)
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Zedu Ultrasound Training Solutions πŸ‡¦πŸ‡ΊπŸŒ Jul 2
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Arun Nagdev Jun 27
The only data I have ever seen is the Cochrane review 2014 (Derry, et al.). Seems like 5-8% was the concentration used in the studies. Have never seen the comparison between concentrations
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Tony Zhang Jun 24
The stoplight finding for ultrasound guided brachial plexus blocking. Amazing presentation, use of technology and active participation with with at
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Resa E Lewiss Jun 21
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ACEP Members Jun 21
Currently, fellowships require US-guided nerve blocks as part of the training curriculum to ensure future leaders will provide the next generation of EPs the knowledge to offer optimal pain management. Full story here:
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Pain Profiles Jun 14
Shout out to and for all their inspiring work in this field! The USGNB safety article cited in this writeup is an excellent read for anyone interested in performing these in the ED.
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Arun Nagdev Jun 5
Reduce the difficulty in performing optimal pain management. Make a block bag for yourself and fellow clinicians
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Arun Nagdev Jun 5
SAPB + local anesthesia for the pleura has worked for me. You can also give some ketamine before entering the pleural space.
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Tom Jelic May 30
Replying to @WCmed @CAEPConference
Love regional anesthesia! We should be incorporating this into EM practice for select blocks!
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Resa E Lewiss May 28
In June, of is leading a workshop and β”‚ cannot wait ....
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Ben Wingrove πŸƒ May 11
Engorged appendix (11mm diameter) with adjacent fat stranding. Confirmed appendicitis with perforation on subsequent CT-AP!
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Especially useful in the ED - SAPB & ESPB are game changers for us!
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bboesch May 2
Fifth annual EM/IM Advanced ECHO boot camp at Highland! We love collaborating across specialties to spread knowledge. breaking down tamponade physiology.
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Pain Profiles Mar 8
β€˜TAP IN’ – Transverse Abdominus Plane (TAP) Blocks. Shoutout to Mahmoud, and the Highland team for their great work on the TAP Block... now for appendicitis!
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Arun Nagdev Apr 26
Replying to @cianmcdermott @HGHED
We did not, but there may be some efficacy. Have not looked into it. Patients had great results even 24 hours out
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Arun Nagdev Apr 26
What happens at Highland when you have a patient with severe pain after a common injury? We use to improve care. After standard care, reduce the severe pain of a simple AC separation with some bupivicaine.
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Arun Nagdev Apr 26
Anterior rib fractures, zoster in the chest, pre or post chest tube? Non-opioid solution that can be a part of the multimodal pain strategy.
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