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Wake EM Jun 20
"Drowning in a Sea of Misinformation" - Drs. Sempsrott, Hawkins & Schmidt set record straight on drowning language.
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Bret Nicks Jun 14
Training up: A moment of mindfulness & meditation (even sharing headsets) in resident training
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Wake EM Jun 12
Drowning has 3 possible outcomes: 1. Death (>360K per year) 2. Survival with morbidity (neurologic damage) 3. Survival with no morbidity
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Wake EM Jun 12
Bottom line: NO MORE "near", "dry" or "secondary drowning". Drowning is PROCESS of any respiratory impairment from submersion in water.
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Wake EM Jun 12
SAI position on drowning terminology Wilderness Med WHO summary
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Wake EM Jun 12
Wake Forest's Dr. Justin Sempsrott (founder of Lifeguards without Borders) emphasizes correct drowning terminology as swim season heats up.
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Jeremiah Gaddy Jun 11
Ready to kick off the last day of conference with talk "McGyver in the ED!"
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Jeremiah Gaddy Jun 10
Oysters, BBQ and brews. Awesome nightcap to this conference! Thx for leading me to this opportunity
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Bret Nicks Jun 10
What happens at Mingot Point stays at Mingot Point 😂
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Bret Nicks Jun 10
SC, NC Final Jeopardy ... and the winner is: NC (12,050 vs 12,200) Vijay representing!
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Wake EM Jun 7
BASE trial aims to identify stroke biomarkers to differentiate CVA caused by large artery events vs. emboli.
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Wake EM Jun 7
Article in Translational Stroke Research, co-authored by Wake Forest EM's Brian Hiestand, on new "Biomarkers of Acute Stroke Etiology" study
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Wake EM Jun 4
In chest pain pts w/ high coronary calcium burden, cost-efficient testing & excellent diagnostic yield can still be achieved w/ coronary CTA
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Wake EM Jun 4
New article in Circulation: Cardiovasc Imaging - coauthored by Wake Forest EM chair, Dr. Chad Miller.
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Wake EM Jun 1
Check out: "Clin Assessment of Med Students in ED” in West J Emerg Med co-authored by 's Dr Manthey.
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Bret Nicks May 31
Nunn: Trauma resusc - hyperchloremic acidosis from crystalloid resusc increases M&M - there is nothing normal about NS
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Bret Nicks May 31
Nunn: When to start MTP? Differing scoring / assessments. ABC can be initiated PTA... clinical gestault not so good...
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Bret Nicks May 31
Nunn: Trauma Resusc - Past: maintain BP / UOP / reverse metabolics; Present: min coag, MSOF, acidosis, crystalloids etc
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Bret Nicks May 31
Nunn: MTP (massive transfusion protocol) - failure to implement in the right patient increases morbidity / mortality
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Aarti Sarwal May 29
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