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RMC EM
Interests: critical care, FOAMed, residency education, big shoulders, eating like a caveman. So say we all.
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RMC EM Mar 26
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RMC EM Mar 23
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Sam Ghali Mar 21
Cardiac Arrest TTE Can't say this enough: Find a window during compressions so you're not wasting precious time at rhythm check!
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RMC EM Mar 22
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Medlife Crisis Mar 21
It's subtle but watch flow go backwards even down in abdominal aorta Remember LONG (not loud) murmur = pan-diastolic = severe
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the EMCrit Crew Mar 15
kind of crazy; one of our students cannulated the next day p after conf and saved a life:
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RMC EM Mar 17
Congratulations to the new match class of 2020!
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RMC EM Mar 10
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RMC EM Mar 9
Esmolol and Methylene Blue for electrical storm; epi's alpha is good, beta is bad.
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RMC EM Mar 9
Stutter CPR or Ischemic Post Conditioning for the prolonged downtime arrest?
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Sam Ghali Mar 4
Wanna test pupillary light reflex but eye swollen shut? U/S eye Shine light in opposite eye Watch pupil!
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Sam Ghali 31 Dec 15
UNDIFFERENTIATED SHOCK 1. Echo is a powerful differentiator 2. Echo ALL shock patients!
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RMC EM Mar 1
Fantastic study looking at rudeness affecting performance.
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RMC EM Feb 28
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Toxikon Chicago Feb 27
A primary care doctor delves into the opioid epidemic - Harvard Health Blog )
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the EMCrit Crew Feb 27
Killer resuscitation: abdominal hypertension -by
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RMC EM Feb 24
Remember that carbamezapine in overdose causes paradoxical seizures. Give multidose activated charcoal 1mg/kg q 2.
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RMC EM Feb 23
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Sam Ghali Feb 21
The key to Laryngoscopy is the Epiglottis. Don't go down looking for cords. Look for Epiglottis - the cords will follow!
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