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UT Southwestern Internal Medicine Chief Residents: sharing pearls from conferences and lectures; supporting our phenomenal UTSW residents.
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Carlos P Cardenas Apr 2
The vent monitor can be disconnected and has a 10 foot cord. The oxygen tank is just for weight. This is already out dated, as we now have a large negative pressure area as opposed to separe negative pressure rooms.
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UTSWIM Chiefs Apr 2
Congratulations to the Chief Residents for 2021-2022!
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UTSWIM Chiefs Mar 30
Great journal club today discussing the biases is in the Azithromycin and Hydroxychloroquine study from france by PGY2 resident Amin Amin w/
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UTSWIM Chiefs Mar 28
We’re glad to have him!
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UTSWIM Chiefs Mar 28
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Piyush Nathani Mar 28
Giving covid care a human touch. Our team printed this out for the patients who just see their care being delivered by masks instead of people. Idea by
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Shaalan Beg Mar 23
Do you want to help your hospital but dont know how? There is a national shortage of PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (PPE) We welcome donations of PPE from the public.  giving@utsouthwestern.edu or 214-648-8988 
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Rajeev Jain Mar 21
Researchers race to find treatments. Kudos to ⁦⁩ ! ⁦⁩ ⁦
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UTSWIM Chiefs Mar 20
Welcome! We can’t wait till you are here :)
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UTSWIM Chiefs Mar 20
Excited to welcome our incoming Internal Medicine Residents! Congratulations and we can't wait until you are all here!
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UTSW IM-Psych Mar 20
Ecstatic to have ’d Giovanni Zelada from and Samir Abu-Hamad from as our newest two residents!
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UTSWIM Chiefs Mar 20
Thank you to ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ for help supporting physicians ⁦⁩ and ⁦⁩ with childcare for frontline health workers!
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UTSWIM Chiefs Mar 18
Thanks! Anything to support our incredible residents!
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Shaalan Beg Mar 15
Parkland Hospital will start drive through testing tomorrow, Monday, March 16. This will be by appointment only. Only for existing Parkland patients. Unscheduled visits cannot be accommodated. Parkland patients can contact the COVID-19 Patient Line at 214-590-8060.
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Danniel Zamora Mar 13
Just signed up for ambulatory/wards/ICU medicine backup. Willing and ready to dust off those badass UTSW Internal Medicine Residency skills here in Seattle.
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Mitchell.vonItzstein Mar 13
We publish a late onset immune-related adverse event - checkpoint inhibitor induced Raynaud's phenomenon. Toxicity at 22 months was preceded by dramatic rise in anti-vitronectin antibodies (causes vascular endothelial dysfunction).
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Peter Chin-Hong MD Mar 10
When to suspect in hospitalized patients? , , shortness of breath, , absence of other pathogens, and bilateral ground glass on imaging. Evidence-based clinical clues from based on >3000 patients to date globally
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UTSWIM Chiefs Mar 10
Current PGY3 publishes J of Gastrointestinal Oncology!
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Tuna Ustunkaya, MD, PhD Mar 7
Check out our new manuscript on "Clinical and procedural characteristics predicting the need for chronotropic support and permanent pacing post-heart transplantation" Published
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