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Joseph Minardi May 12
Longitudinal curriculum, thanks to leadership, great faculty, great students, and facilities
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Joseph Minardi May 2
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Christopher Kiefer Apr 19
Our own Dr Chris Conrad laying down some rural EM pearls on our first conference day at UHC!
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WVU School of Medicine Apr 6
Growing up in a military family, physical therapy student Stephen McCroary has always had an admiration for what the human body can do. See what he plans to do as a physical therapist ➡️
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Clay Marsh Apr 6
Great leadership comes from really understanding your motives and purpose: a recognition of our responsibility to be conscious creators and change things for the better.
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Joseph Minardi Apr 4
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WVUEmergencyMed Apr 6
Use the slit-lamp and ophthalmoscope for every eye compliant mastery does not come without reps
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Brooks Walsh Mar 17
Same for ECGs
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U of M Emergency Med Mar 16
Read the latest Educational Pearl on Is a fluid bolus needed in a pediatric asthma exacerbation? at
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WVUEmergencyMed Mar 17
Replying to @aLittleMedic
I used to get mad when I read “correlate clinically” in a radiology report. has given me appreciation for that phrase and the freedom and obligation it gives for critical thinking
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Oscar Moreno Mar 6
Amazing! constrictive pericarditis
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Edwin Leap Mar 15
Thank you Katie! It's great for rural docs to hear that. It's a tough, scary job at times.
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Ryan Radecki Mar 15
The most common pediatric medication error is underdosing amoxicillin for acute otitis media. Could be a lot worse.
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Ryan Radecki Mar 15
Is there anything can't do?
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Aidan Baron Mar 15
Replying to @srrezaie @EM_RESUS
If only there was a non-invasive bedside test that could see inside the patients chest and veins .... 🤔
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josh farkas Mar 15
RV MI recovery syndrome: 1. RV dysfunx, hypotension, pt gets lots of fluid 2. stent placed, RV recovers 3. RV pushes all the fluid into lungs, causing pulm edema 4. diuresis, improvement paradox: RV recovery can manifest with cardiogenic pulmonary edema!
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Abbas Emaminia Mar 15
40+ F, w/ worsening dyspnea. No CAD risk factors. Has had on and off chest pain since she was 16. Negative trops, BNP in 300s, ECG with poor R-wave progression in precordial leads. - Thoughts? Contrast image and poll below.
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Seth Trueger Mar 15
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WVU School of Medicine Mar 15
Replying to @WVUMedSchool
Inspired by his physician father’s dedication to the field, Julian Fazi plans to make his own impact as a surgeon.
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Radiopaedia.org Mar 15
Q: 60yo male with loss of weight and cough. What is your favoured diagnosis? ANSWER: 
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