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Ryan Radecki
Emergency Medicine & Clinical Informatics. NW Permanente, University of Texas Medical School at Houston & Annals of EM. &
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Cynic 9h
Replying to @emlitofnote
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Some needs to find me the most amazing tox case report to back this up. Go.
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Cynic 9h
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Ryan Radecki Aug 22
The perforation rate is what concerns me the most; otherwise, I'm not opposed to even non-durable antibiotics-first strategies.
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Ryan Radecki Aug 22
You can treat appendicitis with antibiotics, oh yes, but they'll probably fail eventually.
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Andrew Chou Aug 21
Replying to @choo_ek
There is an overlying object on the sun, suggestive of moon, correlate clinically.
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Ryan Radecki Aug 21
Replying to @HeidiKnowles17
Only seven years until !
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Ryan Radecki Aug 21
Replying to @EMNerd_ @jeremyfaust
Rory is a doctor too :(
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Ryan Radecki Aug 21
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Anand Swaminathan Aug 20
LITFL Review 294 | The BEST of the week. Ripper interviews EM legend Jerry Hoffman
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Ryan Radecki Aug 19
It is sad! and keep me way too busy, unfortunately. Maybe I will resurrect someday ....
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Ryan Radecki Aug 19
Australia Problems.
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EmergncyMedicineNews Aug 18
Dr. Mark Mosley: The outcome of giving IV tPA to mild per guidelines is harming pts
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Ryan Radecki Aug 18
It is clearly "better than nothing", but is it measurably better? At least in the short apnea times typically encountered in ED intubation?
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Ryan Radecki Aug 17
Some studies show benefit, but RCTs show none; observational studies subject to Hawthorne effect, among other threats of bias.
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Ryan Radecki Aug 17
A little nasal cannula oxygen during intubation probably doesn't make a whit of difference.
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Ryan Radecki Aug 17
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Ryan Radecki Aug 16
ICYMI: 25% of CP/SOB patients who were PERC- at an academic center still underwent testing for PE. Ugh.
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Ryan Radecki Aug 15
When life gives you Trump, have a popsicle. ... and then back to work trying to mend society in your own best possible way.
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Alt Left Liam Aug 15
As if intoxicated patients will even wear c-collars…
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