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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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Ryan Radecki 6h
Intubated patients can be dispositioned, but somnolent patients whose agitation has been just adequately treated frequently can not ....
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ICYMI: Opiate prescriptions probably lead to more opiate prescriptions, but this study overstates effect:
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50 States of McMansion Hell: Cheshire, Connecticut - Hello Friends! One last Thursday post for old time’s...
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Ryan Radecki Feb 22
If you can't prevent contrast-induced nephropathy, might that mean it doesn't actually exist?
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Miss O'Kistic Feb 21
People arguing about pineapple on pizza, meanwhile, at Pizza Hut in Hong Kong...
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Manrique Umana Feb 21
No time to read the ? Let & put you up to date w/ the February 2017 review!
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Ryan Radecki Feb 21
The February Podcast is out! , , and guest Dylan Morris from !
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Ryan Radecki Feb 21
The economics of FSEDs, their capabilities vs. typical needs for 99% of ED visits, and issues of access are highly complicated issues.
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Ryan Radecki Feb 21
From and his team – exactly as expected. Children at risk of overdose when opiates at home.
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Vinay Prasad Feb 20
For the trainees out there, let me correct the defn. of "Academic Success" used in this paper ()
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Ryan Radecki Feb 21
Getting good at predicting ED disposition with informatics – an AUC of 0.97 in this implementation.
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theTampaDoctor Feb 20
Watson seems at least as smart as doctors. Neither work well with EHRs
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Ryan Radecki Feb 19
Note: physicians liked Watson, but it didn't work with Epic. Good thing no one else uses Epic ....
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Casey Parker Feb 19
A great wrap up. All the qSOFA data layer out via
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Rory Spiegel Feb 19
ICYMI: The risk of opioid prescriptions from the ED, big data, p-values, and correlational data-dredging
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Ryan Radecki Feb 18
Charges vs fair value is insane - but principle of a la carte coverage increases costs for the less health-fortunate.
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Ryan Radecki Feb 17
Sadly, many Americans do - it's implicit in the desire to choose care covering only their needs and not pay extra for unused services.
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Ryan Radecki Feb 17
That would be generalizing outside the scope of their evidence – you'd have to make your own reasonable decision.
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Ryan Radecki Feb 17
Always a good question ... where are the radiologists on Twitter? They're always hard to find at the hospital. ;)
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Ryan Radecki Feb 17
You mean – ongoing epigastric abdominal pain suspected to be of cardiac origin?
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