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Home base for Sri Lanka Emergency Medicine registrar training program. Passionate supporter of
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Sri Lanka EM Jun 7
Great tips for beginners on getting started with FOAM from
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Jonathan Henry May 29
"The ability to perform & interpret echo should be mandated in the training of ED physicians" - Dr Amaali Lokuge
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NilanthaL Apr 24
Replying to @emdocsdotnet
Mentors Without Borders: become a virtual mentor to EM trainees in Sri Lanka: a HUGE need! DM for details. Great post
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Shahina Braganza Feb 17
Interviewing on his Mindfulness practice with . NY/Sunshine Coast/Gold Coast, Aust. Thanks for tech support!
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Sri Lanka EM Feb 16
Replying to @HippoEducation
Really, thank YOU! For your high quality educational efforts and sharing these types of resources with the world
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Sri Lanka EM Feb 16
Great high-yield reference sheets for EM training exam studying shared by Check them out!
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Sri Lanka EM Feb 3
Quick overview of pelvic fractures by . Great explanation and illustrations
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Sri Lanka EM Feb 1
Fantastic resource by : Free PDF summarizing best of 2017 CC articles
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Sri Lanka EM Feb 1
Replying to @SimMonitor
EM/SIM new in Sri Lanka and your app would be huge for launching more SIM training sessions. Would be grateful for a few copies
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Mariely Ercolano Jan 27
To everyone out there, please spread the word
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Sri Lanka EM Jan 30
Great review of MDCalc and it's utility for EM clinicians everywhere by
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Sri Lanka EM Dec 6
Dr Mathew--Rib Fractures & associated injuries: scan if you see 1st/2nd/3rd rib fxs bc high energy & risk for mediastinal injury
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Sri Lanka EM Dec 6
Develop an EM Mindset: think pathophysiologic("branches") instead of end-diagnoses ("leaves")
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Sri Lanka EM Dec 6
Dr Mathew: How to manage increased ICP in pts w/traumatic head injury
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Sri Lanka EM Dec 6
Dr Mathew: suggestions on when ICP monitoring helpful in traumatic head injured pts
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Sri Lanka EM Dec 6
Look for amnesia in Mild Head Injury pts using the Westmead PTA scale: higher scores signify higher cognitive issues downstream
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Sri Lanka EM Dec 6
Dr Ranjana: Be a detective and have a high index of suspicion for injuries in these populations
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Sri Lanka EM Dec 5
Advocate for pts and colleagues around the world in conflict zones by raising awareness
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Sri Lanka EM Dec 5
Speechless, but full of tears listening to powerful talk by
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Sri Lanka EM Dec 5
Incredible program today for , next up: Dr Kathleen Thomas and her experience as an MSF physician in Kunduz
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