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EM:RAP's Mel Herbert Jul 19
More on the PARAMEDIC2 Trial. From the team at
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Radiopaedia.org Jul 20
We have officially passed beyond 30,000 cases! 🎉 All free and accessible globally. A true testament to the collaborative spirit of health professionals around the world. Big thank you especially to our editorial team who are simply amazing.
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Melissa Kroll Jul 20
A full day of learning from a toxicological expert!
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Melissa Kroll Jul 19
Spreading toxicology knowledge in Bolivia like a boss!
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WashU EM Residency Jul 17
on active shooter / hostile events. -majority of lethal civilian GSWs to head, torso -transport times = survival... load and go -stop what they're losing (blood!) & replace
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David Juurlink Jul 15
How to not kill a patient with Bactrim (Septra / TMP-SMX / Co-trimoxazole), one of the most widely prescribed antibiotics on the planet Thread ->
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WashU EM Residency Jul 15
Beware the dictated note. This (small) study from found an average error rate of 7 in every 100 words:
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Maciej Debowski Jul 14
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WashU EM Residency Jul 14
Another case of chest pain...this provides an important clue:
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Evan Schwarz Jul 14
Hospitals fear Parson budget cut could endanger stroke, heart attack, trauma patients
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WashU EM Residency Jul 11
Thinking about prescribing a like ? ? Educate and patients about potential side effects: Thx for bringing up.
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WashU EM Residency Jul 8
and positive troponin, but NOT an MI? The diagnosis is in the .
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Brian Cohn, MD Jul 3
The newest podcast from the journal club is here. Listen in to hear all about the controversy surrounding the use of in and .
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Jonathan Heidt Jul 2
The aggressive moves by insurance companies in MO to attack fair reimbursement continues to escalate ...
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WashU EM Residency Jun 30
Know what you have in an in-flight emergency?
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Evan Schwarz Jun 29
The American College of Medical Toxicology Joins the Fight to Stop Opioid Overdose
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Michael E Mullins Jun 19
Good review of (reversal agent approved in May for rivaroxaban and apixaban. May be helpful in very limited situations (life-threatening ICH, GI bleed, or major trauma in patient KNOWN to be on anti-Xa). Reversal ends soon after infusion stops. Very expensive. $$$
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