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Amal Mattu
Univ of Maryland; enjoy EKGs/ECGs, emerg cardiology & geriatric EM, Princess Bride; tweets r opinions, not standard of care;
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Amal Mattu 6h
Replying to @BillJaquis
Bill, I never want to say anything (esp. in medicine) is 0% or 100%! So instead I use the word “rarely” here! 😊
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Amal Mattu 8h
Conceptos conference in Chile in just a few days! Another outstanding educational conference
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Amal Mattu 8h
Replying to @kaschenke
actually it wasn't my slide; someone was tweeting during my lecture rather than listening!
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Amal Mattu 9h
As always, tweeters and twitter do not properly convey the key points from the lecture adequately; the point was not "don't use diuretics." And academic debates are rarely successfully conducted on twitter. (or political debates 🙂)
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Amal Mattu 9h
Most up-to-date version of CorePendium chapter on COVID-19 just published with cutting-edge info, for all at
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Amal Mattu Oct 24
Replying to @barbrabackus
Looking forward to meeting again soon! 🙂👍
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Amal Mattu Oct 23
It seems that the computer programs are hesitant to dx "STEMI" in the absence of reciprocal depression. Unfortunately, the same is true for some clinicians, so spreading word about cases like this is important.
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Arun Sayal Oct 22
Dr. Amal Mattu's Emerg Med Cardiology Course Nov 10-11 830a-530p ET On-line Advanced course ECGs + Core EM Cardio 2 days w/ 1 of EM's top educators 'Best CME course' 'High-yield' 'Dynamic' 'This will save lives'
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Gentry Wilkerson Oct 20
Great clinical shift with Dr Mike Winters and rock star residents
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CNN International Oct 19
A 14-year-old has won $25,000 for a discovery that could provide a potential therapy to Covid-19. Anika Chebrolu's invention uses in-silico methodology to discover a lead molecule that can selectively bind to the spike protein of the SARS-CoV-2 virus.
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Amal Mattu Oct 19
Thank you for the thought. However, the teaching is done over the course of an eight hour shift, not all at once, and so I don’t think that zoom would work.
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Amal Mattu Oct 19
Two boards full of pearls today with colleague and senior resident
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Amal Mattu Oct 16
Friday night shift with a great team! ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Amal Mattu Oct 15
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Amal Mattu Oct 12
Resuscitation and Risk Management virtual conference begins in 2 days; it's not too late to sign up for the Livestream!
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ECGWeekly Oct 12
A 64 yo male with PMHx of HTN, DM, and obesity presents with CP radiating to the left arm. The following ECG is obtained, and compared to a previous ECG that showed lateral T wave inversions.
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Amal Mattu Oct 11
Saturday night shift compliments of super resident Sam King ⁦
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Amal Mattu Oct 10
When I was in training I had an attending who believed that nobody should be allowed to die without trying a dose of steroids and 2 gms of magnesium. Now, I think it might be ketamine + TXA. (Ketaxamic acid.)
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Amal Mattu Oct 5
Just a slight correction...terminal QRS distortion is the ABSENCE of the S & J in V2 & V3; so in order to dx BER, there must NOT be any tQRSd. BER must have an S or J in V2 and V3, which means there is NO tQRSd. The terminology is confusing.😱
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