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Good luck to our graduating residents as they leave the Duke EM orbit!
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Duke Surgery Jun 20
Congratulations to Emergency Medicine residents, Drs. Breslin, Goldberg, Nelson, and Ring, for placing third in the national simulation competition , conducted by
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Sree Natesan Jun 19
- Celebrating w our Women In Medicine Group the success of our talented PGY 3 Ladies: Chanel, Suh, Becca, & Jeja. The future is looking bright!
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Elias Jaffa MD MS Jun 15
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Alex Limkakeng Jun 16
CE: A Review of Current Practice in Transfusion Therapy : AJN The American Journal of Nursing
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Alex Limkakeng Jun 16
Barriers to Care for Persons With Sickle Cell Disease: The... : Professional Case Management
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Duke EM Residency Jun 16
Congrats to Dr. Hertz!
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Anand Swaminathan Jun 14
Peds DKA + cerebral injury: it's not about the fluids | fantastic RCT via PECARN group. Listen to interview w/ authors via
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EMF May 8
Deadline is June 29
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Josh Ring Jun 15
Great case of VT storm last night. Defined as >/=3 episodes of symptomatic VT or ICD firing within 24 hours. Tx w/ 150mg Amio bolus followed by 1mg/min x 6hrs then .5mg/min x18hrs. Can also give PO propanalol for adrenergic surge.
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Duke EM Residency Jun 12
We spy Duke EM residents in the latest ACEP mailer. Bring on ACEP 2018!
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Josh Ring Jun 7
Great lecture by at this morning. Good question to ask yourself when approaching a pt: “is this an ABC pt or an HPI pt?”
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Elias Jaffa MD MS Jun 6
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Duke EM Residency Jun 6
The residents finally taught the faculty a thing or two at Cameron Indoor tonight
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Duke EM Residency Jun 6
Replying to @LSiewny @JHarden13
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Sam Francis, MD Jun 5
It’s not just opiates that cause pin-point pupils: Clonidine Benzos Sedative Hypnotics Antipsychotics Organophosphates Pontine Stroke SAH
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Duke EM Residency Jun 5
“Sure, 3D ultrasound exists,” notes Dr. Broder. “But we’re building a better mousetrap – one that’s smaller, cheaper, more effective – so we can bring it to more health care providers.”
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Alex Limkakeng Jun 5
“WHAT DO YOU MEAN I DIDN’T EXPLAIN THE RELEVANCE OF THE STUDY? IT’S RIGHT THERE IN THE INTRODUCTION!”
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Sam Francis, MD May 31
#5 DIC vs. TTP can be difficult to distinguish. The divergence of treatment makes differentiating between the two vitals. Hint: it's the coags!
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Sam Francis, MD May 31
#4 There are only a handful of sepsis processes that will kill a patient in front of you. Sepsis typically kills over days to weeks.
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