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Richard Byrne
Dad of boys, husband, EM doc, APD/herder of residents, Cooper EM, editor, sim torturer, airway guy wannabe, hard-core nerd
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Richard Byrne Apr 20
Please don’t be an ED doc, please don’t be an ED doc, please don’t be a.....awwwwww DAMMIT! My favorite is incorrectly referring to the teacher as a she when the OP clearly indicated the teacher is a man 😂
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Richard Byrne Apr 18
Replying to @lwalinchus
Big fan in starting off with a “half load” of the “presumptive noncompliance/sub therapeutic levels” in known non compliant patients while waiting for a phenytoin level . I’ve never once gotten back a therapeutic level in those instances.
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Richard Byrne Apr 10
Dr Angela Hartman from UC Davis discusses sex and gender disparities in medicine at NJ ANSER conference: women receive less caths and PCI in ACS, women receive less bystander CPR, less TTM in cardiac arrest. Increased mortality in both ACS and cardiac arrest! Shame....shame...
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Richard Byrne Apr 1
Dr Alexis Pelletier-Bui from ⁦⁩ moderates a talk on advising special populations of medical students at CORD.
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Richard Byrne Apr 1
Dr Sodhi regales the crowd at his CPC competition. His British accent gives him an unfair edge! Takotsubo cardiomyopathy...nailed it!!@SarabSodhi
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Richard Byrne Apr 1
Dr Morgan Oskutis delivers a polished and educational CPC case (my Boerhave’s patient from a few years back). Great job! Did proud!
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Richard Byrne Mar 31
and from our sister (brother?) program teach us how to effectively incorporate social media into our residency . EM power couple!
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Richard Byrne Mar 31
Have new interns go through a full ED patient experience from triage to dispo....great idea!!
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Richard Byrne Mar 31
Happy to be attending the premiere EM educational conference in Seattle! Always learn new stuff to improve education of my residents
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EMDaily Mar 19
Debate time! Topic: Thrombolytics in Cardiac Arrest
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Richard Byrne Mar 15
Great group of future docs! Can’t wait to help train you all!
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Richard Byrne Mar 1
Yes. Yes I do. ;-)
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Richard Byrne Mar 1
Remember the pt who just had C-SPINE SURGERY that we had to decide about Lytics when you were a wet behind the ears intern? Good times.
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Richard Byrne Feb 21
But I barely won. Props to Dr Roberts for a hard fought debate!
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Richard Byrne Feb 21
Welcome to Dr Jovin, interventional neurologist and new head of the cooper neurologic institute, to Cooper! Excited to bring his expertise to bear on our stroke patients!
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Richard Byrne Feb 14
Replying to @Rick_Pescatore
Aren’t they feeding adults pre-op in Europe now?
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Richard Byrne Feb 14
Dr Kaminski’s critically appraised topic (CAT): prolonged fasting > 6 hrs does not decrease vomiting/aspiration in children during procedural sedation.
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Richard Byrne Feb 14
Dr Klein tries to parse historical elements suggesting central vs peripheral vertigo. Worse with head movements, fatigueable vertigo suggestive of peripheral.
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Salim R. Rezaie, MD Jan 30
What You Do Matters -> It takes someone comfortable in their own skin to work in an overcrowded, under-resourced, high stress environment & still be able to put their head down at the end of the day with peace...you are the safety net of humanity...don't ever sell urself short!
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Richard Byrne Jan 10
Drs Cafaro, Glaspey, Simpkins and Byrne demo the “East Baltimore lift” method of hip reduction....I think they came up with it in Los Angeles...
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