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UB Emergency Med Jan 27
UBEM@NAEMSP17: Spinal motion restriction protocol reduces decrease in thoracolumbar imaging, no decrease in total radiation dose
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James Salway 16 Jul 15
Arora discussing recent lit on Peds Cspine trauma
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emDOCs Team 7 Jul 15
Unexplained abnormal vital signs on discharge / unexplained deaths after discharge: what can we do better?
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FOAM Highlights 8 Jul 15
"“Found Down”: Do We Need To Worry About The Abdomen?"
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Stony Brook EM 8 Jul 15
When intubating a hypotensive trauma patient, use low dose ketamine (0.5mg/kg) and high dose rocuronium or succinylcholine (2mg/kg)
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the EMCrit Crew 8 Jul 15
Airway Management of the Critically Ill Patient: Modifications of Traditional Rapid Sequence Induct… via
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Alex Koyfman 8 Jul 15
Roc Rocks and Sux Sucks! Why Rocuronium is the Agent of Choice for RSI:
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Salim R. Rezaie 6 Jul 15
SGEM 126: Take me to the Rivaroxaban – Outpt treatment of VTE via
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Salim R. Rezaie 11 Jun 15
Fluorescein Application Techniques w/o Strip Directly Touching Eye via
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UC EM Residency 5 Jun 15
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Salim R. Rezaie 7 Jun 15
SGEM 123: Intranasal Fentanyl (INF) INF effective for pain control in kids
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Anand Swaminathan 8 Jun 15
Stop using morphine in pts w/ ADHF/APE . . . unless you need more intubations | Review of ADHERE
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UB Emergency Med 3 Jun 15
2007 - 8.3 mil pts with suicidal thoughts, 1.1 mil with attempts
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UB Emergency Med 3 Jun 15
Suicidal pt - SLAP - Specificity of plan, Lethality of means, Accessibility (weapons/means), Proximity to others (isolation)
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UB Emergency Med 3 Jun 15
Suicidal thoughts exist on spectrum from thoughts of death to suicidal intent.
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UB Emergency Med 3 Jun 15
Risk factors for suicide include male gender, FHx, substance abuse, psychiatric illness.
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Bryan D. Hayes 3 Jun 15
Important medication updates from new 2015 Spontaneous ICH Guidelines
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emDOCs Team 28 May 15
Medical Clearance of Psychiatric Patients: Pearls & Pitfalls
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emDOCs Team 22 May 15
Ketamine and Rocuronium: The New Etomidate and Succinylcholine?
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Salim R. Rezaie 1 Jun 15
Why do we still admit chest pain? Incidence of critical outcomes 0.06%
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