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Miguel Reyes, MD Oct 11
US for the undifferentiated patient helped us come to a diagnoses and helped this person get the treatment needed.
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David Zodda Oct 5
Does this patient have a UTI? Interpreting the UA: Pearls & Pitfalls.
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Hackensack UMC EM Oct 4
Manny the Mannequin has overdosed again and had to be resuscitated by our 3rd year residents.
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Hackensack UMC EM Oct 4
Some of our second years performing an emergency cricothyrotomy on Manny the Mannequin
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Miguel Reyes, MD Oct 4
Just some interns playing with a mannequin who overdosed.
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Jenny Beck-Esmay Oct 4
Curious about prehospital Medicine? Dr. Kathy Staats is here to explain how women were critical to the development of EMS!
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David Zodda Oct 2
Grateful for the Nurses, Physicians, and APP's providing emergency care during this difficult day.
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EM Residents (EMRA) Oct 2
We are thinking about our colleagues at as they provide extraordinary care to patients. Our hearts are with you.
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Hackensack UMC EM Oct 1
Hackensack EM residents enjoying Oktoberfest near Bear Mountain state park.
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David Zodda Sep 29
Giant Cell (Temporal) Arteritis: A solid clinical exam beats ESR everyday & twice on Sunday.
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David Zodda Sep 29
Asymptomatic Hypertension: To Treat or Not to Treat. ACEP Clinical Policy & JNC 8 Recommendations.
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Hackensack UMC EM Sep 28
Jose, one of our new interns demonstrating appropriate direct laryngoscope technique. A fun and educational airway day.
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David Zodda Sep 27
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Hackensack UMC EM Sep 27
Dr. Zabar discussing how to approach difficult airways.
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Hackensack UMC EM Sep 27
Gabrielle PharmD discussing the finer details of RSI medications and dosing.
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Hackensack UMC EM Sep 27
Dr. Giwa giving us a lecture on why we intubate in the emergency department.
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David Zodda Sep 14
DKA: Beta-hydroxy-butyrate is more common than Acetoacetate.
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David Zodda Sep 14
DKA Management: Insulin, Fluids, Potassium, & Bicarb. Compliments of
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David Zodda Sep 14
DKA: Quality presentation from the talented
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