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Read the latest Educational Pearl on Bone tumors in children at
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U of M Emergency Med May 24
Read the latest Educational Pearl on Urethral prolapse in prepubertal females (submitted by Megan Kirk, MD) at
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Dr. Danya Khoujah Apr 23
What would you rather do for 30 min? fold laundry OR Brush up on angioedema & obs for chest pain? Do BOTH with April's Critical Decisions Listen/subscribe Thx & coauthors
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U of M Emergency Med Apr 9
recordings from our Heart Failure-themed Cardioogy Symposium are posted for all to access!
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SAEM Online Apr 8
First author: – March 2019 Please note: you must be signed in to to view this article. Select free, open access articles from AEM may be read in their entirety:
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SAEM Online Apr 8
Congratulations to Diane Kuhn, MD, University of Maryland and Joshua Lupton, MD, who were recently selected to the Academic Emergency Medicine “Resident Member of the Editorial Board” program for the 2019-2020 term.
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U of M Emergency Med Apr 1
Omg! Congrats to our two CPC division champions!!!!! Best Resident Discussant Prianka Khandal & Best Faculty Discussant J. David Gatz!!!! 🎉🎊🎉🙌🙌🙌💫 @cordaa19
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U of M Emergency Med Mar 31
David Gatz preparing for his CPC lecture Go Big or Go Home
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EMSWorld News Mar 27
Samantha Wood, MD offers helpful pearls for heart patients: due to immunosuppressing meds, higher risk of . More common to see bradycardia than tachycardia. Atropine won't work, use 1/2 std dose of adenosine.
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U of M Emergency Med Mar 27
Final influence map from today’s Thank you to all the speakers, those there person, & those who joined via livestream! 6 continents, a couple dozen countries, 254 individual sites. Conquering heart failure across the world!
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U of M Emergency Med Mar 27
Replying to @mtd98 @amalmattu
Thanks!!
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U of M Emergency Med Mar 27
Replying to @abdhammoudi
Thank you for joining us!
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U of M Emergency Med Mar 27
Replying to @CFRN_Kyle @amalmattu
Thanks for joining us!
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U of M Emergency Med Mar 27
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Maite Huisintveld Mar 27
Never trust a heart transplant patient! Always think infection, rejection, vasculopathy. Timeline of complications below by dr. Wood
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U of M Emergency Med Mar 27
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SharleenY Mar 27
From Dr. Samantha Wood: If pt is 5year post heart transplant, they have 110x rate of cancer most likely due to aggressive immunosuppression. 😳50% is skin cancer. DO A SKIN EXAM!
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U of M Emergency Med Mar 27
Wow. Heart transplant patients have 110x rate of cancer- due to their aggressive immunosuppression. About half are skin cancer.
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SharleenY Mar 27
From Dr. Samantha Wood: In heart transplant pts in the ED, Fever + “itis” (most commonly pneumonitis or enteritis) is most likely CMV. Test with serum PCR. Treat with IV Gancyclovir
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