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Haney Mallemat Jan 5
Save the Date! The 1rst Annual Critical Care conference at Cooper University Hospital! All tickets FREE and extremely limited. Come Lots of great speakers and all tickets are FREE! RT for your chance to win a free ticket
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Javier Benítez Jan 5
How bad are things when you need guidelines to tell intelligent people to eliminate repetitive unnecessary tests?
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Javier Benítez Jan 5
“One of our main objects should be to impress on the student that the clinician must reason for himself in a scientific fashion.” W. S. Thayer, JAMA. 1932;99(1):3-9 You would’ve thought we’d have this down packed by now. Taylorism is a better representation of today’s practice
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Jesse Guscott MD Jan 4
We had a glottic edema on induction presumed anaphylaxis that resulted in a FONA this year. The glottis was CLOSED. ENT could not get a bronch through it even 4 hrs later. Here's a pic (taken after the surgical airway was established) Shared w pt consent.
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WVU Mountaineers Jan 4
For the very first time in West Virginia, doctors are using this method to save lives 💛💙
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Joseph Minardi Nov 8
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Radiopaedia.org Nov 6
Q: What is the cause for this 68 year old's chest pain? How would you classify it? ANSWER: 
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WVUEmergencyMed Nov 1
Our chair, Dr. Ian Martin and PGY3 Dr. David Henkel looking sharp advocating for EM on the hill today
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WVUEmergencyMed Oct 25
Ambulatory Care Division hosted a successful Health Directors conference this week
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WVUEmergencyMed Sep 28
Overdose deaths on the rise in North Carolina shortly after pain made the "5th vital sign"
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WVUEmergencyMed Sep 28
Overdose deaths on the rise in North Carolina shortly after pain made the "5th vital sign"
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WVUEmergencyMed Aug 24
singing a beautiful song of accepting risk and ordering fewer tests in emergency medicine
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WVUEmergencyMed Aug 24
Any kid exposed to buprenorphine is an automatic admission to the hospital
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WVUEmergencyMed Aug 24
grand rounds w pattern recognition in toxicology
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WVUEmergencyMed Aug 17
Overflowing crowd at first IM/EM joint conference . Thanks for hosting us ; look forward to learning lots with you!
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WVUEmergencyMed Aug 10
Thanks also to FD to hosting us as well--it's been an awesome conference day!!
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WVUEmergencyMed Aug 10
Our awesome chief Jessie Neidhardt kicking off with a review of last week on the road in Buckhannon! St Joseph's
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WVUEmergencyMed Aug 10
Taking resident conference on the road for the first time to our rural site! Thanks for having us St. Joseph's
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WVUEmergencyMed Aug 3
--we need to STOP missing pts OCP history, need to STOP making generic bronchitis dx in nonsmokers who are hypoxia--need d-dimer!
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WVUEmergencyMed Aug 3
PE is sneaky--they can have a smile and cross their legs--smiling ppl might need ctpa too
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