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SLR EM
St. Luke's - Roosevelt Emergency Medicine Residency
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SLR EM 2 Dec 15
Priapism in <10 y/o- tx with epi, NOT phenylephrine
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SLR EM 19 Nov 15
Excellent literature review on a hot topic in critical care right now!
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SLR EM 12 Nov 15
Can't say this enough
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Shannon O. McNamara 12 Nov 15
Great resource from on guiding medical students towards a focused Emergency Medicine H&P
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SLR EM 11 Nov 15
Malaria dx and tx pearls courtesy of Dr Eliades
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SLR EM 6 Nov 15
If you're a resident interested in critical care, you need to see this. Thanks and division!
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SLR EM 4 Nov 15
Big dif in tx for radiation exposed pt who emits radioactive energy and the one who doesnt. One is contaminated, one isnt
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SLR EM 26 Aug 15
STE AvR-L main lesion in chest pain setting; versus wellens, which is LAD lesion in cp free patient
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Hackensack UMC EM 19 Aug 15
RSI is not always the answer. Great lecture from at
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Anand Swaminathan 19 Aug 15
Anatomically Diff Airway You can't predict anatomical difficulty. In this study 93% were unanticipated
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SLR EM 19 Aug 15
: : In obtunded peri-arrest hypotensive pts, induction agent-more harm than good- do no-induction intubation
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SLR EM 19 Aug 15
Match your patients pre-intubation ventilation needs, post-intubation.
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SLR EM 15 Jul 15
"Don't be fooled by falsely reassuring lactate in an otherwise septic-appearing patient" -
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SLR EM 15 Jul 15
"Viruses are like fish. Antibiotics are like dog food. You don't feed dog food to fish." Wise words to give your pt. thanks
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SLR EM 15 Jul 15
We're all so excited to work with them!
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SLR EM 15 Jul 15
Keep rhabdo in mind on that K2 patient you just saw...
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SLR EM 8 Jul 15
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SLR EM 22 Apr 15
Don't want to practice on your friends? Look at arterial and venous flow using the thyroid
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SLR EM 22 Apr 15
We are just as good as radiologists. Less CT more US for possible stones.
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Shannon O. McNamara 22 Apr 15
. For thorax: RUSH protocol a good place to start. Heart, lung, IVC. Repeat.
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