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Queen's Chief
Internal Medicine Chief Residents of Queen's University
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Queen's Chief Aug 4
Definitely excited to have on board!
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Queen's Chief Jul 20
Replying to @sahilkoppikar
Pathology shows noncaseating granulomas consistent with sarcoidosis!
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Queen's Chief Jul 20
What's your differential diagnosis for bilateral hilar lymphadenopathy?
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Queen's Chief Jul 8
12-1pm on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays :)
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Queen's Chief Jul 6
In empyema, keep anaerobic coverage - anaerobes take longer to grow but prevalence high
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Queen's Chief Jul 6
Pleural effusions can be uncomplicated, complicated, or empyema. For empyema, need source control with chest tube!
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Queen's Chief Jul 6
The new QIM "morning" report, now at noon!
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Queen's Chief Jun 28
Get ready for it - Medical Jeopardy landing June 30 to a morning report near you!
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Queen's Chief Jun 23
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Queen's Chief Jun 23
Think you've packed enough food for 24h call? Double it.
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Queen's Chief Jun 19
and rocking with a great hepatitis case. 7g/d Tylenol too much, turns out
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Queen's Chief Jun 18
Remember you always have back up at night
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Richard Veldhoen Jun 18
When asked to go see a patient (via nursing, ER, other resident, doesn't matter) go see the patient
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Chris Moriates Jun 17
Don't ever tell a patient "I am just covering." Youre a doctor now and when you are covering, you are that patients doctor
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Queen's Chief Jun 18
Some implications for how we conduct sign-in rounds? Many of us guilty of a few of these!
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Gavin Preston, M.D. May 11
"The foundation of medicine is love."-- Prof. Paracelsus. This quote is the quintessence of --and what keeps doctors well.
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C. Michael Gibson MD May 13
8 things that excellent hospital doctors do
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Mark Reid, MD May 3
Don’t start fishing for problems with blood tests and studies in the 99-year-old lady. Just get her home before you screw something up.
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Mark Reid, MD May 2
5 places to hide units of blood 1. Gut lumen 2. Chest 3. Retroperitoneum 4. Long bone fracture 5. Back on the street
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Queen's Chief May 2
Replying to @signindoc
It was great to see you again!! Thanks for coming :)
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