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Temple EM Residency May 19
Flock of Seagull Sign dive bombs into Sono Games at
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Temple EM Residency May 18
Treat medial tibial plateau fx's like a posterior knee dislocation->high risk for vascular injury
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Temple EM Residency May 18
Do you CT scan tibial plateau fx before calling ortho if you saw fx on XR?
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Anand Swaminathan May 17
Stop Intubating Flat -bed up, head elevated -> decr complications. Check video
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Temple EM Residency May 9
Do you routinely give decadron for your sore throats (visible enlargement, erythema etc)
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Temple EM Residency May 9
What meds do you use for sedation after intubation?
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Temple EM Residency May 9
Many of us just use propofol after intubation and forget about the importance of pain control.
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Temple EM Residency May 4
Replying to @PFDSullivan
either one works depending on the clinical situation! We use epi more often because it's more readily available for us
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Temple EM Residency May 4
Shock index > 0.8 or 0.9, high risk of post tube hypotension- resuscitate before you intubate
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Temple EM Residency May 4
Hypotension post intubation can be terrifying- think "AH SHITE"
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Temple EM Residency May 4
If you see a humeral head fx on a dislocation, do you call ortho before reduction or just reduce?
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Zack Repanshek Apr 22
Proud of our residents who came out (post overnight!) to
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Temple EM Residency Apr 19
Assessing the airway in blunt neck trauma: look closely for dyspnea, hoarseness, subq air, PTX, hemoptysis
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Temple EM Residency Apr 19
Dr Jill Poser shares insights gained from yrs in the peds ED. Pay attention to vital signs. Do serial exams. Be aware of bias.
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Temple EM Residency Apr 19
talks about predictors of poor outcomes in hanging victims
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Temple EM Residency Apr 19
"There is no greater challenge for an EM doc than to be helpless in the face of a patients suffering"
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Temple EM Residency Apr 13
Replying to @ercowboy
Seemed well received! A nice change of pace from typical conference material and a welcome opportunity for reflection.
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Temple EM Residency Apr 13
Trying out narrative medicine in conference. Inspiration from Dr. Rosenberg
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Temple EM Residency Apr 11
Suicidal ideation in the ED: Current lethal plan or hx of suicide attempt=highest risk
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Temple EM Residency Apr 11
Are you using ketamine as 1st line for sedation of acutely agitated patients?
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