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Anshul Gandhi MD 30 Jun 16
Congratulations to the FHEM Class of 2016! | Full Video: |
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Anshul Gandhi MD 19 Nov 15
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Anshul Gandhi MD 3 Sep 15
Posterior MI w/ 15-20% STEMIs | ST depression V1-3, confirm w/ ST elevation+Q waves V7-9 |
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Anshul Gandhi MD 27 Aug 15
How good are we at "multitasking"? Not as good as we think! | | |
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Anshul Gandhi MD 27 Aug 15
Abdominal Trauma - CT can miss hollow viscous injuries, pancreatic injuries, and diaphragmatic injuries
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Anshul Gandhi MD 8 Jul 15
for ACEP Clinical Policies | | Essential policies on EM clinical management!
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Anshul Gandhi MD 8 Jul 15
for EMBasic by Steve Carroll MD | | Great resource for MS4s, PGY1s!
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FL Hosp EM Residency 18 Jun 15
In trauma, Testicular rupture occurs when there is a disruption in the tunica albuginea, managed differently from fracture
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FL Hosp EM Residency 18 Jun 15
If a testicular hematoma is discovered, a follow up ultrasound at 30 days is recommended to rule out testicular tumor 2 of 2
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FL Hosp EM Residency 18 Jun 15
Be careful with testicular hematomas in trauma, a small percent of these will actually be newly discovered testicular tumors 1 of 2
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FL Hosp EM Residency 18 Jun 15
In trauma, Testicular fracture occurs when there is disruption of the parenchyma without disruption in the Tunica Albuginea
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FL Hosp EM Residency 4 Jun 15
Are you educating your students on patient hand off or simply asking them medical knowledge? Think about the whole student!
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FL Hosp EM Residency 4 Jun 15
Creatinine greater than 15 in an older male that is new or suspected new onset? Place a foley, it's likely post renal AKI
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FL Hosp EM Residency 4 Jun 15
C-Spine Fracture? Think about obtaining a CT Angio Head/Neck to rule out blunt cerebrovascular injury
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FL Hosp EM Residency 2 Apr 15
Simple Febrile Sz: generalized, once over 24 hours, less than 15 minutes Ages: 6months-5yrs.
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FL Hosp EM Residency 2 Apr 15
Seizures Unresponsive to meds? Think Hypoglycemia, Hyponatremia, INH OD, Hypocalcemia. Thanks Dr. CJMM
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FL Hosp EM Residency 26 Mar 15
Simple febrile seizure in a child 6m-6y? Work it up as if the patient had no seizure, just the fever!
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FL Hosp EM Residency 26 Mar 15
Patient seizing? Got an IV? Give IV lorazepam up to 4 mg. No IV, then IM midazolam 10 mg is preferred over IM lorazepam
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FL Hosp EM Residency 19 Mar 15
Fever, myalgias, petechial rash on wrists/ankles and EXTREME Calf/Gastrocnemius tenderness --> RMSF
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FL Hosp EM Residency 19 Mar 15
Still worried about Lyme Disease even though Tick attachment <3 days? One time dose of Doxycycline 200 mg PO
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