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StanfordEM Feb 1
Amazing ultrasound workshops in Hawaii! will be there!
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StanfordEM Feb 2
Dr. Strehlow inviting all to Hawaii for in March
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Stanford/Kaiser EM Feb 1
Dr. Peterson, one of our all time favorite ICU attendings from , dropping some knowledge on Acid Base disturbances
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Stanford/Kaiser EM Feb 1
Don't forget botulism! We've seen a few here in the last couple of months.
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Stanford/Kaiser EM Feb 1
CD 4 Numbers to Know: <100: Toxo; Bactrim. Candidiasis; Fluconazole <50: MAC; Azithro; CMV: Ganciclovir
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Stanford/Kaiser EM Feb 1
CD4 Numbers to Know: <500: Think Thrush; Nystatin <200: PCP PNA; Bactrim/Steroids
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Stanford/Kaiser EM Feb 1
MUST ASK Q's for HIV pts? -last CD4 count -med regimen -abx ppx? -hx of opportunistic infxn -ID provider
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Stanford/Kaiser EM Feb 1
Sarin Gas-->organophosphate symptoms. Think atropine, 2PAM, airway support
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Stanford/Kaiser EM Feb 1
Anthrax: gram + rods, flu-like symptoms (pulm manifestation). Also has a meningitic and cutaneous forms. Spores in soil!
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Brown Emergency Med Feb 1
ED "can't miss dx" for floppy baby: Sepsis (meningitis, UTI, PNA), Tox, NAT, volvulus/intususpeption, hypoglycemia.
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Stanford/Kaiser EM Jan 18
T3 ingestions on the other hand, may present with symptoms as quickly as within 6 hours
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Stanford/Kaiser EM Jan 18
Levothyroxine is T4, it needs to be converted to it's active form, T3--symptoms of hyperthyroidism may only present 3-5 days later
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Stanford/Kaiser EM Jan 18
think about Charcoal for your Levothyroxine ingestions in the ED --symptoms of hyperthyroidism are rare! Most can be discharged!
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rob rogers Jan 18
Remember, when you teach on Twitter you are educating the "global classroom."
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Fareen Zaver Jan 18
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Stanford/Kaiser EM Jan 18
A runner out in the Gobi Desert and starts seizing and has no seizure history--what are your thoughts? Exercise Induced Hyponatremia
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Andy Bellino Jan 16
Learning MSK US is huge for working outside the walls of ED. Thanks and of !
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Stanford/Kaiser EM Jan 10
Shared Decision Making for Low Risk Chest Pain--hear what our Intern, David Kim has to say:
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Stanford/Kaiser EM Jan 10
Journal Club: Toradol 10 mg IV produces an equivalent reduction in pain as 30 mg IV
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Stanford/Kaiser EM Jan 10
Tonight at Journal Club: fitting 70 faculty, residents and applicants into a Palo Alto home! 😜
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