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Detroit Receiving EM Jan 16
Interviews are done and we went over all interviewees during conference last week. What a stellar group. Thank you all for the great season.
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rob rogers Jan 14
Patient positioning is key to intubation success.
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Detroit Receiving EM Jan 4
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Detroit Receiving EM Dec 22
Becoming increasingly rapid and accessible
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Detroit Receiving EM Dec 22
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Detroit Receiving EM Dec 22
No idea where to start? How about here:
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Sam Ghali Dec 2
Tube through cords - but won't advance? You're caught on tracheal rings. Twist to the right + gently advance to disengage!
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Sam Ghali Dec 5
Positive FAST in a young lady with a ruptured ectopic. As blood clots it can camouflage like this - train your eye to pick it up!
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Detroit Receiving EM Dec 4
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AirwayMan Nov 4
"Cricothyrotomy should be a core skill of all airway managers"
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Francis Deng, MD Nov 4
Interns make 36% more serious medical errors in the ICU when working traditional extended (>24h) shifts vs <16h ones
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James Nurse Nov 3
Low tech simulated pneumothorax. Now try putting some talc in there.
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Detroit Receiving EM Nov 1
1st interview of the year today. Good luck everyone.
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One Heart One Life Oct 25
Wow! Lack of costs world $67.5B and 5M lives a year
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Anand Swaminathan Oct 24
Great ECG pearl - In benign early repol, STE:T wave ration > 25% more likely pericarditis/STEMI than BER
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Salim R. Rezaie Oct 16
Push Dose Pressors in the ED (Based on Anesthesia Literature)...Images via
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Jonathan Henry Oct 5
Goal of echo in refractory cardiac arrest is to recognise cases which may benefit from intervention: Tamponade Tension PTx PseudoPEA
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Haney Mallemat Oct 5
Answer for tomorrow 25M p/w right lower quadrant pain, ?
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Jonathan Henry Sep 29
Techniques for finger ultrasound: 1. Water bath immersion 2. Scan through a water-filled latex glove
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Detroit Receiving EM Sep 29
Going over hypertensive pulmonary edema at today. Dr. Levy's high dose nitro study:
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