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The twitter page of the Duke Emergency Medicine Residency Program. Tweets are educational and not medical advice.
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Duke EM residency May 25
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Duke EM residency May 25
Our own researcher extraordinaire Alex Limkakeng with at the Precision Medicine 2017 World Conference at Duke!
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Duke EM residency May 20
Severe TBI and Critical Care Air Transport Strong work by Drs Boyd, Borawski, Lairet, & Limkakeng!
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FemInEM May 19
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Viveta Lobo May 18
Josh Broder blowing us away with his 3D model meeting
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Zach Jarou, MD May 16
Round two of collaboration w/ , taping new "Transitions of Care Video"
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Joao R N Vissoci May 10
Drs Meier, Mvungi and Sister Amina presenting our proj at KCMC Moshi Tanzania Clinical Case Conference
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Duke EM residency May 8
Dr. Eppensteiner at work at the Southeastern Fellows Research Conference in preparation for his research year!
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Duke EM residency Apr 20
Congratulations to Dr. Francis for receiving renewal of his ENABLE grant to continue thrombosis research with Dr. Arepally!
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Duke EM residency Apr 19
Congrats to Dr. Visocci, PhD for winning the judges' selection for the poster contest!Keep up the great Global Health work!
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Duke EM residency Apr 18
Dean Harrison, MPAS, has been keeping busy representing Duke Emergency Medicine throughout the country. Keep up the great work!
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Duke EM residency Apr 14
Congratulations to Dr. Staton for receiving 2017 global emergency medicine academy (GEMA) academic achievement award!
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Richard Levitan Apr 13
Replying to @dukeemergency
Thanks for having me! It was a great day--very impressed w Med center & EM program. Thanks Josh for invite!
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Duke EM residency Apr 13
Levitan: the distance between vocal cords and carina is only 11cm
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Duke EM residency Apr 13
Levitan: The posterior cricoid cartilage is 16-29mm thick This cage protects when making the surgical cut Serves as a "hard stop"
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Duke EM residency Apr 13
Levitan: You need mental armor to prepare yourself to perform a surgical airway. They are not failed airways, they are surgically inevitable
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Duke EM residency Apr 13
Levitan: Address and recognize the VAPORS prior to intubation Ventilation Acidosis Pressures Oxygenation Regurgitation Shock index
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Duke EM residency Apr 13
Levitan: When patients become apneic, it's not carbon dioxide that replaces oxygen in the lungs, it's nitrogen.
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Duke EM residency Apr 13
Levitan: Study with hgh flow NC, mean apnea time 14 mins No desats < 90%!
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Duke EM residency Apr 13
Levitan: The passively patent airway is the nose, not the mouth Use O's up the nose for oxygenation
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