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This is the unofficial twitter feed of the Emergency Medicine residency at the University of Kentucky. Don't blame UK for what we tweeted.
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Chris Belcher Mar 19
match day festivities. LOVES the Irish.
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Jonathan Bronner Mar 21
Airway workshop day with making things bloody!
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Patrick Grace Mar 17
Proud to join the crew starting in July!
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Wildcat EM Mar 18
3/28/17 Grand Rounds with the one and only Getting so close...Getting so excited!!
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Wildcat EM Mar 18
That's our boy!!! The unstoppable
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Chris Belcher Mar 17
So excited about class of 2020! Pumped to see you all soon.
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Wildcat EM Mar 14
Thanks to and for the Pizza party and lunch.Thanks to for the entry
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Hippo Education Mar 10
Congrats, from on being the 4th winner in our Residents' Appreciation Day pizza party contest!
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Patrick Grace Feb 11
The silver medal winners of EM Olympics at ! Big thanks to for sending us down.
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Jonathan Bronner Jan 28
. fantastic FREE resource!
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Christopher Doty Jan 24
Grand Rounds at UK. Join us for a series by from
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Christopher Doty Jan 10
SCD: Random pearls- They have CRI, Never Fe++ for the anemia, hyphema is a big deal. Worry about sepsis!! (Exchange) transfusion can help.
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Christopher Doty Jan 10
SCD: Got a patient with really low Hgb? There are a few possibilities. Check a few labs and feel that belly. Transfusion helps.
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Christopher Doty Jan 10
SCD: How bad is Acute Chest? Really bad. Looks JUST like PNA. Tx with same ABX. Start exchange transfusion. Tx hypoxia.
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Christopher Doty Jan 10
SCD: Wizard Level Tx. Oral fluids. APAP. IV/IM opiates then PCA for pain. Incentive spirometer. D5 ½ norm Bicarb for fluids. ??SDD Ketamine
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Christopher Doty Jan 10
SCD: Avoid supplemental oxygen unless they are hypoxic. Superoxia leads to decreased erythropoietin and bone marrow suppression.
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Christopher Doty Jan 10
SCD: Reserve IVF for pts that are clinically dehydrated. If you can't stop yourself from maintenance, give D51/2NS or D51/2Normal Bicarb
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Christopher Doty Jan 10
SCD: No objective measures, labs, vitals, rule in or out vaso-occulusive crisis. Just tx the reported pain in confirmed Dx.
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Christopher Doty Jan 10
SCD: Treat pain aggressively. Orals work well. I like to avoid IVs if I can. Im is OK but has uneven absorption.
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Christopher Doty Jan 10
SCD: Studies show true rates of drug addiction low in SCD is really low (5%). Don't hold back meds from this painful Dz.
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