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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 17h
In alert adult pt with acute psych sx, routine labs not necessary. ACEP Clin Policy 2017, Level C rec. PMID 28335913
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Stony Brook EM 17h
Myth-busting: MRSA coverage is not needed for all cellulitis treatment. PMID: 24973422, 28684060
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Stony Brook EM 17h
In treating aspirin overdose, remember to replete the potassium while performing urinary alkalinization.
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Stony Brook EM Oct 11
Lactated Ringers > Normal Saline in hyperkalemia.
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Stony Brook EM Oct 11
CLOCK (CNS dz, liver dz, old, child, kidney dz) pts need careful drug dosing, often lower, esp for sedative/hypnotics and opiates.
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Stony Brook EM Oct 4
SBEM Alum Dr Josh Schiller from and returns for Grand Rounds on Finding Your Narrative
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Stony Brook EM Sep 30
Fantastic month at Stony Brook EM Conference! Check out the many pearls:
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SonoUC Sep 30
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Stony Brook IEM Sep 29
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Lindsay Reardon Sep 29
Tico, Chileno y Americano friends all come together at
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Stony Brook IEM Sep 28
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SonoWolf Sep 28
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Stony Brook IEM Sep 28
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motorolo Sep 28
if EtOH withdrawal is resistant to your diazepam dose, change your dose or reach for another drug!
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motorolo Sep 28
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Stony Brook EM Sep 27
Replying to @DitchDoc14 @emcrit
Can take years to diagnosis, so POCUS is great start. CT findings if you look for them as well.
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Stony Brook EM Sep 27
Pulm HTN can lead to peri-intubation clean kills. Special mgmt - pressors > IVF; FiO2 > PEEP.
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Stony Brook EM Sep 27
Use the ultimate BVM: pressure gauge, 1-way exhalation port, PEEP valve, and ETCO2.
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Stony Brook EM Sep 27
Post gastric bypass, internal hernias more common due to potential spaces created. Use oral contrast to assess upper GI anatomy.
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Stony Brook EM Sep 25
Some photos from yesterday with and , including Flight Physician
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