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James Januzzi Jan 18
It's official...the United States is now officially in the highly sensitive era. FDA approves hsTnT for use in the US!
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Sam Ghali Jan 19
of elderly man with Takotsubo Cardiomyopathy aka "Broken Heart Syndrome" Mimics . Diagnosis best confirmed in Cath Lab!
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Paediatric FOAMed Jan 10
What's hot, miserable and red all over? Brush up on your diagnosis and management of Kawasaki Disease:
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GomerBlog Jan 19
Spock: "Patient's Demands for Dilaudid Highly Illogical" -
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WVUEmergencyMed Jan 19
Severe bradycardia, think tox, electrolytes
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WVUEmergencyMed Jan 19
T-wave in V1 usually downgoing. If upright, pay attention, may predict ischemia, get serial ECGs, compare to priors
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WVUEmergencyMed Jan 19
Notched J-point, high QRS voltage may = early repolarization, mimic of Wellen's
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WVUEmergencyMed Jan 19
Diffuse ST depression w ST elevation in aVR may = Left main coronary occlusion
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WVUEmergencyMed Jan 19
talking DeWinter T-waves=STEMI
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WVUEmergencyMed Jan 19
ST elevation in aVL, V2 may indicate 1st diagonal branch of the LAD
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WVUEmergencyMed Jan 19
Serial ECGs increase sensitivity for diagnosing STEMI one is never enough
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WVUEmergencyMed Jan 17
Check out very personal reflection how we physicians treat obese patients by
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WVUEmergencyMed Jan 17
Check out Dr. Spencer's very personal reflection on how we physicians treat obese patients
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Stephen W. Smith Jan 6
LVH with secondary repol abnormalities ("strain")? The computer says so.
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Jordan Brunswick Jan 6
patients dont tend to sue MDs they like. Investing time with pts can help from havig to worry in 1st place
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WVUEmergencyMed Jan 6
not endorsing poor charting, just endorse invest time w patient not chart to improve outcomes, experience, risk
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Jordan Brunswick Dec 25
seems like great charting can HELP you but great patient care can SAVE you
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Joseph Minardi Jan 6
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WVUEmergencyMed Dec 25
Well, children aren't aliens
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WVUEmergencyMed Dec 25
Charting won't save you from lawsuits. That time is better invested at the bedside, listening, understanding, educating your patients.
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