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velia marta antonini Feb 7
“weighted” chain of survival, if you don’t have a good CPR and early defibrillation pt will not survive: train people so they should do CPR; public access to defibrillator is crucial Lyon at
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Asit Misra MD Feb 6
"REBEL Cast Ep 45: How to Build a Great Presentation"
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Sri Lanka EM Feb 5
An Evidence-Based Approach to Pressors in Shock: Part I
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Sri Lanka EM Feb 4
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Sri Lanka EM Jan 6
Running Codes: Deep Dive podcast with and Review questions also available for learning via spaced repetition
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Jonny Wilkinson Jan 1
Know your stroke territories
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Sri Lanka EM Dec 22
Emergency Airway Management Part 4: Cricothyroidotomy. Step by step and in great detail allowing for visualization with references
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Sri Lanka EM Dec 14
Emergency Airway Management Part 3: Intubation the Procedure. In-Depth write-up by , airway pearls for all levels of training
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Sri Lanka EM Dec 13
Hypertensive Emergencies by
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Sri Lanka EM Dec 10
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Sri Lanka EM Dec 8
Trauma Edition: all articles FREE open access until Dec 30th, thank YOU for making this (briefly) !!
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Sri Lanka EM Dec 1
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Sri Lanka EM Nov 21
Risk, probability and decisions in EM. Free iBook by
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Asit Misra MD Nov 20
EKG pearls by "How to R/o Right Ventricular Infarction in Inferior wall MI? Look for any isolated ST segment depression in V2 but no ST depression in V1 and V3. Also get right sided ecg. RV infarct is not equal to post. Wall MI.
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Sri Lanka EM Nov 16
Why positive role models are essential in medical education
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Sri Lanka EM Nov 14
ER Doctors — Who Are We? – Edward Lew – Medium
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Sri Lanka EM Nov 14
Must read article: Airway Management in Trauma from and
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Hans van Schuppen Nov 11
In Holland, an is placed before ambulance arrival in 65% of all out-of-hospital cardiac arrest cases. One-month survival is around 25% (total, all initial rhytms). The AED is getting so familiar in society, it even got its own traffic sign.
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Sri Lanka EM Nov 13
Top Clinical Pearls from via RebelEM
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Fred Wu Nov 9
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