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St Mary's EM Res
Twitter account for the St Mary Livonia EM residency.
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Dr. Glaucomflecken Mar 7
In trauma cases, if the eyelids are so swollen and tight that you can't get them open to examine the eye, the patient doesn't need an ocular ultrasound, they need a lateral canthotomy/cantholysis and an ophtho consult
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Sergey Motov Feb 15
No more Morphine for STEMI?: Morphine Analgesia Pre-PPCI Is Associated with Prothrombotic State, Reduced Spontaneous Reperfusion and Greater Infarct Size.
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Vala Afshar Jan 25
Advice to new managers: 1 earn trust by giving it 2 hire for EQ, train for IQ 3 eat lunch with your team 4 tell people their work matters 5 be a player-coach 6 feedback in private, praise in public 7 in victory, lead from back 8 in crisis, lead from front 9 communicate intent
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St Mary's EM Res Jan 22
At GMEC. Slowly seeing some positive change.
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St Mary's EM Res Jan 22
Agree with resident input. The chiefs organically started EM res forum to bring issues up with PD. Empowers the PD to speak on their behalf
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screamingmd Jan 8
Watch your residents, esp the interns. It's winter, dark all the time. And the newness and excitement of being a doctor has worn off.
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SAEM EBM IG Jan 4
Congrats and thanks for contributions to Also thanks to for her substantial contributions as EMRA Magazine Editor-in-Chief!
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Mark Reid, MD Dec 30
Old medicines work best for old patients. This is ancient truth.
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St Mary's EM Res Dec 30
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Sam Ghali Dec 28
Here's a great case of a man with shortness of breath found to have pericardial effusion with signs of tamponade on bedside Echo. He was stable, so what prompted the Echo? Low voltage and tachycardia noted on . Remember this pearl: Low voltage + Tachycardia = Echo!
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Mark Reid, MD Nov 30
“Secrets to Interviewing for Residency” by
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Sam Ghali Nov 30
Love this video from : 1. Don't crank the neck back 2. Elevate the head!
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St Mary's EM Res Nov 30
As discussed on teaching rounds last night:
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Dave Harford Nov 20
Pedestrian Survival rates: 20MPH - 97.5% 30MPH - 80% 35MPH - 50% 40MPH - 10% Makes you think doesn't it! Could you live with the fact you killed a child - because of a few MPH too much?
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jason wagner Nov 14
Top 5 Geri Trauma Mistakes per
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St Mary's EM Res Nov 10
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