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Temple EM Residency Jul 10
Replying to @bbloom108
Cleverly contextualized and clarified by PGY2
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Temple EM Residency Jul 10
Paper #4 a tape measure to get height➡️ideal body weight➡️appropriate tidal volume has been very helpful in our ED, but much like sepsis care, “traditional treatment” has changed a lot over time ... hard to believe 12ml/kg was the old standard!
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Temple EM Residency Jul 10
Replying to @TempleEM
New PGY1 Dr. Marco Anshien got us right to the heart of the matter with this paper
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Temple EM Residency Jul 10
Replying to @TempleEM
Skillfully summarized and interpreted by new PGY1 Dr. Matt Berger
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Temple EM Residency Jul 10
Replying to @norah_kairys
Brilliantly presented and facilitated by PGY2
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Temple EM Residency Jul 10
Paper #3 high incidence of Acute Aortic Syndromes (AAS) in our ED population, so this is a “scary” article and diagnosis for all of us because features are heterogenous, atypical, and non-specific
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Temple EM Residency Jul 10
Paper #2 prompting us to reflect on how to keep compression fraction high in our ED, and all the challenges of designing and carrying out good studies in the emergency setting
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Temple EM Residency Jul 10
Paper #1 many of us see this as practice changing and are using LR more frequently (especially if >1-2L used)
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Temple EM Residency Jul 2
our very own featured on the ask-a-chair podcast this week talking about the past and future of emergency medicine
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Temple EM Residency Jul 2
Replying to @srrezaie
and now also featured on the rebelEM podcast with
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Temple EM Residency Jun 20
to be welcoming our new interns with ... enjoy some selections from their scavenger hunt based orientation to the department!
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Temple EM Residency Jun 19
Our department chair isn’t just an emergency physician, he’s also a dragon boat coach ... for the US national team Via magazine, photo by T. Leonardi
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Temple EM Residency Jun 14
Dr. Wald offers more atypical sepsis/altered mental status masqueraders: 👉thyroid toxicosis 👉myxedema coma
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Temple EM Residency Jun 14
Sepsis but not responding to abx/fluids/pressors? says to ask his favorite question: why? That’s when to think about adrenal crisis, especially if not febrile, and give hydrocortisone.
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Temple EM Residency May 31
Underused H&P data to support billing from 💼Severe mental illness/substance use 💼Syncope: hx diastolic dysfunction 💼CHF: 3lb weight gain 💼COPD: home O2 >15h/day 💼Asthma: patient prefers sitting Most important: doctor's judgement always #1!
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Temple EM Residency May 31
Replying to @TempleEM
Diagnosis = small bowel obstruction! Textbook critical actions are: 👉large-bore IV access with generous fluids 👉obstruction series with upright CXR (if can't get CT scan) 👉pain control 👉surgery consult 👉NG tube
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Temple EM Residency May 31
with the grave PGY-3 examiner Dr. Meg Algeo and brave PGY-1 examinee Dr. Kashif Smith: 60yoF abdominal pain and vomiting 👇meds include NSAID & antacid 👇hx of abdominal surgery 👇SBO vs perf'd ulcer 👇if clinically sick, plain films can be helpful here
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Temple EM Residency May 31
Replying to @NinaGentileMD
Pearls on stroke imitators from : ☝️ after meal/exercise/awakening/stimulation, often hx thyroid issues ☝️ requires higher succinylcholine dose (approx double)
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Temple EM Residency May 31
Small group w/ our neuro guru on pitfalls of HiNTs exam: 👆Valid only if rapid-onset, continuous symptoms 👆False positive if taking dilantin (or phencyclidine) 👆Most important to do a good neuro exam!
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Temple EM Residency May 31
Pearls from 's neuro jenga game! Teams "Alveenous access" vs. "Alveeolar hemorrhage" 👉Central cord=motor and/or pain/temp deficits in upper>lower extremities 👉Stroke=hypoglycemia until proven otherwise 👉SAH classification=
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