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Jeremy Voros
Community emergentologist, would-be programmer, reluctant tweeter
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Jeremy Faust MD MS (ER physician) Jun 23
Here’s a fact that’s really about coronavirus. Around 8 million US jobs are in the tourism industry. Our current “strategy” is not helping these folks one bit.
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Jeremy Voros Jun 23
Replying to @m_chaffee @epmonthly
This is just one piece of a complicated situation.
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Taylor Burkholder Jun 22
While you’re on the steep part of the medical-practice learning curve, don’t forget to deliberately practice kindness. It will provide the connection to patients & colleagues that you’ll need when tough times inevitably come.
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Christy Angerhofer Apr 6
Eternal for Dr. Kerry Broderick (), who I’m honored to call friend and mentor. She’s headed to tomorrow to help out. In awe of her courage and service as an Physician.
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Jeremy Voros Apr 6
One of the greats.
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Koushik Reddy, MD, FACLM Apr 3
The people who allowed this to happen! Not just allowed it to happen, but outrightly downplayed the risk and made mockery out of it!
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Jeremy Voros Apr 2
Replying to @First10EM
Looking forward to it. I definitely have this question for our medium sized shop.
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Jeremy Voros Apr 2
Replying to @srrezaie
I’m interested in the response here. My hospital system is following the current CDV recs of surgical mask, rather than N95, for care of COVID patients and I’m sure there are lots more sticking to that.
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Seth Trueger Apr 2
*taps mic* ahem THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT DISASTER RESPONSE IS NOT SUPPOSED TO RELY ON THE PRESIDENT BEING CALLED BY HIS FRIENDS AND HIM TAGGING HIS SON IN LAW TO FIX IT
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Michael A. Gisondi, MD Apr 1
Do you know what I did the last two days? I trained my colleagues on a complex PPE protocol using “paper bowl” masks and elastic string made by Dr. Nick Pojkarac, his GF, and his roommates. To 👏🏻 Conserve 👏🏻 Masks 👏🏻
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Jeremy Voros Mar 28
Working with a local mechanical engineer on 3D printed mask that exceeds N95 filtration, made with readily available materials. Has passed a hospital smell/taste fit test. Our progress so far:
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Lo 🌶 Mar 17
Policeman aren’t expected to work without safety gear. Fireman would never be expected to work without turnout gear. There would be an outrage if the NFL was short pads and helmets... But nurses in a pandemic should just do without masks, gloves, respirators, and gowns?
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Jeremy Voros Mar 19
Done via video conferencing collab I’m sure
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Anand Swaminathan Mar 19
Time for clinicians to set standards: I will not ask our team to intubate without proper PPE I will not ask our team to run a code without proper PPE Clinicians are a limited resource
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Richard Skolnik Mar 19
No amount of stimulus will calm the markets while CDC is telling frontline healthcare workers to wear bandannas instead of N95 respirators, if they have to, as CDC is now doing.
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Jeremy Voros Mar 19
Replying to @grahamwalker
That episode was so good!
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Michael L. Barnett Mar 18
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Lauren K. Shawn,MD racism is a public health issue Mar 17
I’m admitting that I’m afraid: Afraid I won’t have the right Afraid I’ll be forced to make life/death decisions based on resources Afraid I’ll be one of the healthcare workers who doesn’t survive Afraid I won’t be able to come back to work when this is all over
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Jeremy Voros Mar 11
There aren’t enough test kits. So they are being rationed for the sickest patients. So they are useless for discovering and limiting community spread.
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Justin Morgenstern Feb 27
ICYMI: Would you choose adenosine? Adenosine has never been my first line agent for SVT. If you read the evidence and talk to you patients, I think you might abandon it as well.
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