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Sean M. Fox
EM and Ped MD working with the best residents around (Carolinas). The best way to learn is to teach... best way to teach is to think out loud.
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Kristen Whitworth 4h
The never ending battle of CT vs no CT in Mastoiditis via
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Jeremy Fried 23h
What to read this week in EM & CC literature: R&R 177!
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Sean M. Fox Mar 29
PedEMMorsels is Having Technical Issues - Your patience is appreciated as issue is fixed!
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Sean M. Fox Mar 29
Nitrous Oxide… not always used for Good -
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Sean M. Fox Mar 29
I use HHFNC a lot for bronchiolitis. What is "headbox"
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Sean M. Fox Mar 28
My apologizes to fans. It appears to be overrun by wing-ding font. is looking into it.
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Sean M. Fox Mar 24
Frenulum Tear
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Sean M. Fox Mar 23
Replying to @CMCEM
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Sean M. Fox Mar 23
- Carolinas Case Conference Core Concepts by Dr. Lawson
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Sean M. Fox Mar 23
- efflux of potassium from cardiac myocytes leads to repolarization. HypoK will stretch out QTc.
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Sean M. Fox Mar 21
Oldie but Goodie Morsel: Agitation — Pediatric EM Morsels
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Sean M. Fox Mar 17
Incision and Loop Drainage of Abscess
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Sean M. Fox Mar 17
This week's Morsel - Incision and Loop Drainage of Abscess
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Sean M. Fox Mar 16
Carolinas Case Conference Core Concepts by Dr. Mollo
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Sean M. Fox Mar 16
Core Concepts for Ped Abdominal Painby Dr. Weihmiller
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Sean M. Fox Mar 16
- Bilateral “orbital cellulitis”? Think Cavernous Sinus Thrombosis.
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Sean M. Fox Mar 16
- Fever, Headache, Horner’s Syndrome - Think Cavernous Thrombosis.
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Sean M. Fox Mar 16
- Extremely low risk of fluid overload from contrast load… so pts on Hemodialysis don’t need HD immediately after CT
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Sean M. Fox Mar 16
- “Contrast Allergy”… there is no evidence that antihistamine and/or steroids help prevent it from occurring.
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