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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 12m
Little ... yellow ... different
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Seth Trueger 12h
literally one of my favorite studies ever
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"I don't always wake up with neck pain, but when I do ..."
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Anand Swaminathan Apr 23
LITFL Review 279 | The BEST of week. Ripper on playing the long game
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Andrew Chapman Apr 25
Optimised pathway for hs-TnI outperforms ESC 3h guideline: time for change. Open Access
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David Messenger Apr 24
A big congrats to resident on being awarded the 2017 OMA Resident Achievement Award!
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David Juurlink Apr 24
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Ryan Radecki Apr 24
Replying to @MeffMD
It's supposed to be a trigger to assess the value of a test with an eye for eliminating unnecessary ones ... so, probably not good.
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Ryan Radecki Apr 24
When every test has its cost displayed ... clinicians pretty much just ignore it.
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Heather Murray Apr 24
Excellent blog from today - includes some catchy lines of poetry and a well-deserved shout out to
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Stephen W. Smith Apr 23
A 16 year old girl with altered mental status and possible overdose
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Ryan Radecki Apr 23
Agree! Without knowing particulars of the case, only remarking on what isn't _unreasonable_.
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Ryan Radecki Apr 23
It's not unreasonable to determine need for urologic intervention in the setting of substantial hydronephrosis and persistent symptoms.
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Eric Topol Apr 23
I've been battling a kidney stone all wk (& losing) so I did a smartphone ultrasound of my kidney: Dx dilated. Then to ER, CT scan confirmed
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Ryan Radecki Apr 23
Replying to @jose_dundee
Fair enough – but important to consider for generalizability. the effect size results from magnitude of overuse from high-utilizers.
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Ryan Radecki Apr 23
That's not exactly what these data show – decreases by high-utilizers were offset by increases in low-utilizers.
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Andy Slavitt Apr 22
Follow our recently departed 19th US surgeon general at his personal account . His service was an example for us.
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Joanne Cynthia Wood Apr 22
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Seth Trueger Apr 21
Replying to @choo_ek
WELL ACTUALLY
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Esther Choo Apr 21
So happy to learn that men mansplain each other
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