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WashU EM Residency May 6
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Maia Dorsett May 5
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Maia Dorsett May 5
. 's Chris Creel presenting at about feasibility of initiating in ED.
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Maia Dorsett May 5
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Maia Dorsett Apr 28
...don't forget: E. Diorio will present collaborative project on combating Patient Depersonalization at LUNCH today.
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WashU EM Residency Apr 28
Come see the presentations at
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WashU EM Residency Apr 3
Automated chest compressions perhaps helpful in select situations, but proven to have better neuro outcomes? Not yet...
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Evan Schwarz Apr 1
Great job Kisha! Lots of good feedback.
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WashU EM Residency Mar 31
, , Consider adding EverydayEBM's review of Vit. C cocktail in Sepsis for LITFL Review next week
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WashU EM Residency Mar 31
Dr. Marik responds to controversy re: vitamin C in Sepsis over at : . Our take here:
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WashU EM Residency Mar 29
US better than CXR to assess central line malposition and pneumothorax? check out abstract by Ablordeppy et al:
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WashU EM Residency Mar 27
Vitamin C for sepsis? not so fast... check out . thanks for posting!
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WashU EM Residency Mar 27
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WashU EM Residency Mar 27
Vitamin C in Sepsis: Splashes in the popular press
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jason wagner Mar 20
Welcome to incoming interns ! Very excited for our new batch of stars.
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WashU EM Residency Mar 25
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WashU EM Residency Mar 12
Replying to @TheSGEM @TheTechDoc
. Absolutely! especially sinc I don't see kids often anymore. Rely heavily on CDRs to help me out.
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Rob Cooney, MD, MEd Feb 3
Great advice: 8 Ways to Read (a Lot) More Books This Year
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Maia Dorsett Feb 1
qSOFA poorly sensitive for prehospital identification of severe sepsis:
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EMS MEd Jan 3
What's your choice of hematostatic dressing? Join the discussion at:
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