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Sam Francis, MD Feb 23
What effect does an IVF bolus have on Hct in non-bleeding patients? From Annals of EM almost 30 yrs ago.
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Sam Francis, MD Feb 22
While rare nowadays, tests love dig toxicity with 2 manifestations Slow, regular A fib Bidirectional V tach Treat with digibind
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Sam Francis, MD Feb 22
Hyperkalemia loves to manifest as bradycardia, and often only bradycardia (no other typical changes). Bradycardia also predicts decompensation!
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Sam Francis, MD Feb 22
Atropine in bradycardia. 0.5mg IV, 3mg max Only works on AV node or above ~50% no response 25% some response 5% worsen!
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Sam Francis, MD Feb 22
Don't trust the ECG interpretation
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Duke EM Residency Feb 21
Duke EM resident Taylor Nelp working the night shift
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Duke Emergency US Feb 17
Check it out, . We challenge you to a race. First one to get their cards halfway across the world wins. We'll be hand delivering ours to in Tanzania in about a week. Your move.
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Alex Limkakeng Feb 17
Latest publication on ED and Sickle Cell Dx from .
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Alex Limkakeng Feb 10
Latest research from investigates crashes in Sri Lanka
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Alex Limkakeng Feb 10
Latest Duke research... Immunothrombotic Activity of DAMPs and Extracellular Vesicles in Secondary Organ Failure Induced by Trauma and Sterile Insults
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Sam Francis, MD Feb 10
Keep Dietl syndrome on your D/dx of peds/young adult with colicky flank pain. Compression at UVJ Often in setting of diuresis (caffeine or ETOH) See hydronephrosis during attack
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Duke EM Residency Feb 8
Getting ready for Duke vs. UNC game day! Chiefs will be chiefs 😈
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Duke EM Residency Feb 8
After applying an arm splint, always check the FACTS: Flexion, Artery (finger color), Cap refill, Touch (finger to thumb motion), and Sensation
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Duke EM Residency Feb 8
Replying to @DukeFOOTBALL
Use a 6-8 person lift technique with another person maintaining c-spine to slide the backboard underneath
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Duke EM Residency Feb 8
Thanks to the Duke Sports Medicine fellows for bringing gear to to demonstrate helmet removal and backboard safety both on and off the field.
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Duke EM Residency Feb 7
just returned from Singapore, where he was presented this plaque after serving as the Visiting Expert on EM under the Singapore Ministry of Health, presenting as the plenary speaker at the annual Scientific Meeting of the SEMS. Congrats!
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Duke EM Residency Feb 7
How was just in CA speaking at and hosting journal club tonight in NC? We’ll get to the bottom of this. 🕵🏼‍♀️
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Ohio ACEP Feb 5
Kicking off the final day of in just a few minutes with sessions from our own Dr from ; Dr Ken Butler & from ; & Dr from !
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Alex Limkakeng Feb 5
author Sreeja Natesan: Curated Collections for Educators: Five Key Papers about Residents as Teachers Curriculum Development
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Sam Francis, MD Jan 30
Bifascicular block progresses to complete heart block at a rate of 1% per year.
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