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Stanford/Kaiser EM 17h
Check out current and alumni hanging out together at
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Emergency Physicians Apr 26
acute angle closure glaucoma made simple, but not too simple, at -ST
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Michael Gisondi Apr 21
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David Marcus 21h
Brilliant quote from Mandela:
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StanfordMedRes Apr 18
Fabulous dinner to celebrate an amazing year with leadership/chiefs and staff!
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Michael Gisondi Apr 18
Hope you are having a great residency retreat, !
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Viveta Lobo Apr 18
@ Resident retreat, still have the best mentors around!!
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Michael Gisondi Apr 18
I think it's finally time to throw away my intern orientation binder from ...…
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Stanford/Kaiser EM Apr 12
What places you at risk for traumatic blunt cardiac injury? Multiple rib frx sternal frx scapular frx intrathoracic vascular injury
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Stanford/Kaiser EM Apr 11
Don't forget other complications beyond febrile neutropenia--tumor lysis syndrome, hypervicosity, typhlitis, etc.
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Stanford/Kaiser EM Apr 11
Consider Cipro +/- Augmentin for Low Risk Febrile Neutropenia as an outpatient using the MASCC score & consult w/ Hem-Onc team
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Stanford/Kaiser EM Apr 11
Journal Club: Oncologic Emergencies in the ED
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Stanford/Kaiser EM Apr 3
Welcome to the family!
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Stanford Medicine 25 Mar 27
Is modern medicine losing a powerful, old-fashioned tool: human touch? Not if can help it:
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Stanford/Kaiser EM Mar 22
Remember sickle cell patients are functionally asplenic--they are at higher risk for infection from encapsulated organisms
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Stanford/Kaiser EM Mar 22
Baseline Hgb for a sickle cell patient is usually 7-9g/dL Aplastic Crises have a LOW reticulocyte count in addition to drop in Hgb
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Stanford/Kaiser EM Mar 22
Stroke in Sickle Cell Patient--they need an exchange transfusion
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Kiersten Carter, MD Mar 19
Stanford/Kaiser EM residency does AAEM
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Kiersten Carter, MD Mar 19
Welcome Stanford/Kaiser EM Class of 2021!
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Collin Michels Mar 17
So excited to join for the next 4 years!
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