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UMHS/SJMH Emergency Medicine Residency Program
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Keith Kocher 21h
3rd MEDIC collaborative meeting today. kick off 1 yr ago - excited to now share benchmark performance data
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Nik Theyyunni Feb 23
repeat ekgs, esp slightly funny looking ones and good stories!
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Nik Theyyunni Feb 21
i😍the internal hernia pearl! Also remember if not peritoneal diff dx includes this as well as, anastomostic ulcer, gallstones
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Nik Theyyunni Feb 21
remember the Ketamine push slow one - increase adverse events w/ fast push. You may go places where you push your own meds!
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Adam Feb 17
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Nik Theyyunni Feb 18
I particularly like the consensual photo phobia for iritis, remember for when you're moonlighting and don't have ophthy
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Joel Feb 18
Great weather with my great friend Marcia
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UMich EM Residency Feb 15
Many options for fitting documentation into a busy shift. Try them and use what works best (both for accurate and efficient notes)
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UMich EM Residency Feb 15
Parallel processing of patient workflow will get more done in the same amount of time.
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UMich EM Residency Feb 15
Signouts can be a trap, especially in a busy department, spend a little time then to save yourself a ton of time later.
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UMich EM Residency Feb 15
Admit holds will add stress and cognitive load, eyeball the sick ones, question prior plans, confirm critical points
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UMich EM Residency Feb 15
Be aware, challenging situations will also be challenging to your nursing staff, keep everyone on the same page with explicit plans
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UMich EM Residency Feb 15
And the cognitive load of your team
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UMich EM Residency Feb 15
There will always be a lot of work on your plate, keep an eye on your cognitive load as well.
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UMich EM Residency Feb 15
Managing the system is key to efficiency, ensuring system moving, staging tasks, keeping the cogs working
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UMich EM Residency Feb 15
Efficiency: value added time is critical
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UMich EM Residency Feb 15
Panel Discussion: Managing the Busy ED w/ , Drs Montas, McGillicuddy and Shaffer
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UMich EM Residency Feb 15
Lightning case: Abd pain s/p colonscopy. Large polyp removed. CT neg for perf. Dx: Postpolypectomy syndrome
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UMich EM Residency Feb 15
Lightning case: Pica in a toddler, only drinks milk and eats toilet paper, Hgb low, MCV super low. Diff wide: IDA, lead, genetic
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rob rogers Feb 14
very nice! Just to be clear, though, credit should go to and 👍
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