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Ben C. Smith
[emergency medicine | critical care ultrasound | innovative online education | coder]
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Ben C. Smith Jun 10
These are insane. Love it.
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Resa E Lewiss Jun 6
Replying to @NagdevArun @HGHED
Yes. This. ⬇️ time + ⬇️ frustration + ⬆️ efficiency
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Arun Nagdev Jun 5
Reduce the difficulty in performing optimal pain management. Make a block bag for yourself and fellow clinicians
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theEMfellow May 30
This cardiac thrombus seems to be having alot of fun. Heparin just seems cruel!
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Resa E Lewiss Jun 1
Models learn by modeling│We give 🚹 trainees advantage by defaulting them as models bc "its easier" │Offer 🚺 the same opportunity│ TY "My 5yo daughter has been an ultrasound teaching model many times. Turns out she learned it by watching."
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Andy Tagg May 29
Hey POCUS fans - still has a few spaces left at our pre-conference paeds ultrasound workshop nexct month. Come along..
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Resa E Lewiss May 23
Please complete the post survey │ will be even better
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Ben C. Smith May 22
It depends what you mean exactly by post-process. If they're DICOM files and you're looking to do windowing/measuring the best free viewer is If standard mac/win images you want to process for distribution I've got other suggestions...
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Haney Mallemat May 17
Looking to sharpen your critical care &resuscitation skills?Check out course 9/30-10/2 w/optional advanced echo&TEE course. Design your own conference w/hands on workshops and talks from & more
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Cian McDermott May 14
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Ben C. Smith May 13
Really enjoyed discussing the future of bedside ultrasound with a few weeks ago.
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Lisa Bundy, MD May 9
“One EKG begets another.” -Corey Slovis. “One ECHO begets another.” - Ben Smith.
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Nicolas Lim May 9
Ejection Fraction and WMAs - 1D : EPSS < 7mm good, > 10mm meh. Fract Shortenining- > 25% normal. 2D : FAC - 35% Normal. 3D : Simpson's. All great but use gestalt and eyeball. Requires experience.
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Anand Swaminathan May 9
Day 4 kicking the day off w/ wall motion abnormalities and ejection fraction w/o equations
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Cian McDermott May 8
Neat graphic of interscalene brachial block described expertly by & . Props to !
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Matt, Mike & Jacob May 8
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Anand Swaminathan May 8
It's nerve block day at which means tons of pearls + tips via | Psyched to up my skills on plane blocks, lower ext blocks + more
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Art Kellermann, MD May 5
I'm personally troubled by the notion of promulgating "religious and moral exemptions" for healthcare workers. The ethics of medicine, particularly in the ERs where I worked, call on us to help our patients - not impose our personal views on them.
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Nicolas Lim May 6
Bedside echo - you need to practise. It is frustrating. You need to fail multiple times before you get good.
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Matt, Mike & Jacob May 6
Mind blown with and her fast exam talk.
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