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UF_EM
Official page for the Emergency Medicine Residency Program at the University of Florida in Gainesville. Tweets for education purposes only - not medical advice.
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UF_EM Nov 16
For all of you Ultrasound Aficionados:
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UF Health Nov 14
Our new hospitals are almost ready to provide heart, vascular and neuromedicine care
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UF_EM Oct 31
Replying to @MRetrouvey
Looks like he has Cardiomyopathy!
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UF_EM Oct 30
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UF_EM Oct 30
Lambrou EMS PM CSx
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UF_EM Oct 30
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UF_EM Oct 29
Congratulations to the new fellows of the American College of Emergency Medicine from UF
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Columbia Surgery Oct 27
Here's a gif you probably didn't know you wanted until right now: the names and locations of surgical incisions.
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UF_EM Oct 26
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UF_EM Oct 25
Ceremony -opening of the SANE room at UF Health
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UF_EM Oct 25
Chrissy Zeretzke Medical Director of the UF Health SANE program at the opening of ED SANE room
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UF_EM Oct 25
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UF_EM Oct 19
Acute Weakness checklist
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UF_EM Oct 12
Dr. Matthew McKillop from the Cardiology Department talking about the management of conduction disease.
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UF_EM Oct 12
- 90% of rupture testis are salvaged if repaired in 72 hours / Ultrasound imaging study of choice.
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UF_EM Oct 12
- 2 types of bladder ruptures intra or extra peritoneal (most common 80%)
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UF_EM Oct 12
: Cortical rim sign on CT scan, occurs due to vascular supply from cortical arteries.
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UF_EM Oct 12
: Suspecting renal trauma? Get delayed phase CT to assess for collecting system injury and renal injuries.
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