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Andrew Moore, MD 10h
Coding patient in refractory Vfib? Double the joules!
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Northwestern EM 10h
residents & faculty teaching students today
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Northwestern EM 13h
Don't miss this electrifying blog post on double sequence defibrillation!
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Northwestern EM 13h
Don't miss this electrifying blog post on double sequence defibrillation!
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Northwestern EM Mar 25
research faculty look into benzodiazepine-opioid co-prescribing in the ED
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Northwestern EM Mar 24
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Barry Butler Mar 24
It'll be so warm in Chicago today, you'll want to go for a swim in Lake Michigan!
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Michael Gisondi Mar 23
These three authors are all from the same Class of 2010! Classmates then and now medical education researchers.
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Northwestern EM Mar 23
Break down acute angle closure glaucoma with this helpful infographic from the blog
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P Quincy Moore Mar 23
Great pleasure lecturing at yesterday on police in ED. Thx to , , for hosting!
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Laura Bontempo Mar 22
Great group of residents/faculty at Northwestern. Really honored to give grand rounds to such an engaged audience.
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IPC Mar 22
National Poison Prevention Week is Mar 19-26.
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Vidya Eswaran Mar 22
Women are at higher risk for afib related thromboembolic event
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Matt Klein Mar 22
Typical tricks not helping in Afib with RVR? Think about ibutilide -
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Vidya Eswaran Mar 22
Use CHADS2Vasc to determine who needs anticoagulation
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Vidya Eswaran Mar 22
After rhythm control, 77% flip back to afib in 1 year, often their thromboembolic risk is not addressed
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Vidya Eswaran Mar 22
What drives most morbidity & healthcare dollars in afib? VTE risk. ED's responsibility to address this
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Vidya Eswaran Mar 22
Ibutilide - rhythm control drug but also can be adjunct to cardioversion. 1mg over 10 min, wait 10 min
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Vidya Eswaran Mar 22
Don't give neg inotropes (CCBs) in acute decompensated heart failure w/ afib - but no evidence for this
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Vidya Eswaran Mar 22
To slow HR w/o causing lowBP: Amio 150mg slowly, can give dilt 2.5mg slow push q1-2min, Esmolol slow/low
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