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Stony Brook EM
Stony Brook School of Medicine / Emergency Medicine Residency Providing , not medical advice.
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Stony Brook EM Dec 13
Evaluate every syncope EKG for long QT, Brugada, WPW, HOCM, and ARVD
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Stony Brook EM Dec 13
Three signs of central (vs peripheral) nystagmus: no latency, not fatigable, and not suppressable
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Stony Brook EM Dec 13
Hot showers can worsen multiple sclerosis symptoms (Uhthoff's phenomenon), while they can improve cyclic vomiting syndrome symptoms
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Stony Brook EM Dec 12
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SonoWolf Dec 7
Dr. Cesar Soto our first sono fellow making his international lecture debut in St. Lucia
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Stony Brook EM Dec 6
0.1 mg/kg morphine is only a starting dose for analgesia, with less than half of patients achieving > 50% pain relief. PMID 16187470 However, be mindful of transfer half life into CNS when giving repeated doses. PMID 17048971
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Stony Brook EM Dec 6
STEMI Criteria: A Prison For Your Mind 25-30% of NSTEMI-ACS patients have 100% acute coronary occlusion on their cath. E.g. PMID 19332201
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Stony Brook EM Dec 6
ED visit is an opportunity to screen for HIV PreExposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) and referral to appropriate providers. NYS Provider directory: Payment options:
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Stony Brook EM Dec 6
Something we don't see every day.
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SonoWolf Dec 6
@conchibi831 & making an appearance in St. Lucia with stellar images of right heart strain. Representing Stony Brook Sono on our travels!
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SonoWolf Dec 6
Our sono director Mike Secko presenting 5 E’s to physicians in St. Lucia
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SonoWolf Dec 6
Tamponade: the fat man on the trampoline. A little American humor delivered in St. Lucia.
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SonoWolf Dec 4
& headed to St. Lucia for Victoria Hospital ultrasound conference!
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Stony Brook EM Dec 1
Ureteral jet captured on CT!
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Stony Brook EM Nov 30
Pneumothorax imposters include apnea, pleural adhesions, main stem intubation, blebs, and pleurodesis. More from Nov EM Conference @
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Stony Brook EM Nov 30
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Stony Brook IEM Nov 30
When the teenager behind the counter judges your purchases ಠ_ಠ. It’s for point-of-care ultrasound in resource-limited settings (prude!)
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