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Joao R N Vissoci Nov 22
Well... it is not neglected to the w/ leading the efforts
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Joao R N Vissoci Nov 22
WHO | Snakebite envenomation turns again into a neglected tropical disease!
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Duke EM Residency Nov 21
Congrats to Dean Harrison, Asst Med Director of our CEU, who has been appointed to the Natl Advisory Board, sponsored by the World Congress Research Inc. This Advisory Board is instrumental in building a forum for developing strategies to improve obs medicine. Way to go, Dean!
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Duke EM Residency Nov 21
Senseless and tragic. Sorry for your loss
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Alex Limkakeng Nov 21
The authors reply: the antidote to industry-funded COI is rigor and transparency.
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Alex Limkakeng Nov 21
The Authors reply: Crotalid antivenom should be offered for snakebite victims.
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Duke EM Residency Nov 19
Spotted one in A pod today as well. Word is getting out - avoid baclofen in patients with CKD/ESRD!
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Duke Dive Medicine Nov 19
Nice review of hyperbaric oxygen effect on acute traumatic brain injury:
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Sam Francis, MD Nov 14
A slowing respiratory rate on non-invasive means either the pt is improving or tiring out. Figure out which at the bedside not at the computer.
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Duke Health Nov 14
Congrats Dr. Broder & team on winning a total $200K in competition for a grant from GE-EMF. Invention uses 1 microchip to convert 2D ultrasound to 3D. @TheEMFFoundation
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Sam Francis, MD Nov 12
Exanthems are rashes on skin Enanthems are rashes on mucus membranes
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Duke EM Residency Nov 10
Congrats to EM Drs. Galson, Staton, and Hertz on their latest pub!
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Duke EM Residency Nov 8
Thank you to everyone who voted to support ‘ innovation! We are thrilled to have the opportunity to bring affordable and facile 3D to the bedside.
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Duke EM Residency Nov 7
So that’s where you were when we lost you in the exhibit hall , trying out the new with 😜
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Duke Surgery Nov 7
Congratulations to Dr. Charles Gerardo, Chief of Emergency Medicine, on being elected to the Executive Committee of the Medical Staff
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Duke EM Residency Nov 6
Congrats to Tommy Fu, who was awarded a grant to support his QI work on streamlining patient care via data self-entry on portable tablets!
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Duke EM Residency Nov 6
Duke’s pub: Does better informed consent improve trial participation?
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Salim R. Rezaie Nov 5
Conclusions From My Talk On: The Death of MONA in ACS at
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Alex Limkakeng Nov 5
MSIV Cole Ziegler on Unexpected findings from Cardiac MRI in ED.
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