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Twitter account for the St Mary Livonia EM residency.
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St Mary's EM Res Feb 10
Congratulations to our PD on your recent publications.
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km boehm Feb 9
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St Mary's EM Res Feb 9
we encourage you to keep it up! Thank you.
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St Mary's EM Res Feb 9
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St Mary's EM Res Feb 8
Trick of the Trade: Rapid Oral Phenytoin Loading in the ED via
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Erowid Center Feb 8
Batch of "ecstasy" linked to 3 deaths in Melbourne had only traces of . Instead, contained #4-FA & -NBOMe.
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St Mary's EM Res Feb 7
Goes along what has been discussed in recent teaching rounds!
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St Mary's EM Res Jan 27
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St Mary's EM Res Jan 27
This is what we have been talking about on shift.
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Sam Ghali Jan 12
This is optimal position for airway management! ↑ FRC ↓ Aspiration ↓ BVM Difficulty ↑ Laryngoscope view
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Sam Ghali Jan 18
The RV Spiral of Death in Massive PE This is how PE kills!
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WVUEmergencyMed Jan 19
T-wave in V1 usually downgoing. If upright, pay attention, may predict ischemia, get serial ECGs, compare to priors
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reuben strayer Dec 29
Most patients "intubated for airway protection" are not intubated for airway protection. Reasons to intubate: ABCDEF.
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St Mary's EM Res Jan 10
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St Mary's EM Res Jan 5
this explains the easily accessible potato sacks at Five Guys
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Minh Le Cong Jan 4
When RSI isn’t the Right SI | emergency medicine updates (note laryngospasm is omitted as a complication )
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Sam Ghali Jan 3
Watch this Ketamine-Dissociated Intubation in a 300lb man w pH 6.7. Vocal cords are still moving. Standard RSI may have killed him!
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St Mary's EM Res Jan 2
Traumatic Brain Injury and Blood Pressure -- A Paradigm Shift via
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St Mary's EM Res Dec 26
As discussed on teaching rounds today... Expanded Testing for Pulmonary Embolism Leads CT Scan Overuse
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