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Georgetown EM Jan 18
Helpful rule of thumb for abdominal pain in elderly: patient age = percentage chance something very wrong
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Anand Swaminathan Jan 17
Bellevue Post-ROSC Care Pearls: Hyperoxia is bad. Assoc w/ higher rate of bad outcomes. Titrate FiO2 to 88-93%
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Michael Bond, MD 22h
Ectopic Pregnancy Pearls by Megan Cobb Ectopic mimics: adenomyosis, ruptured ovarian cyst, endometrioma, Mittelschmerz, PID, pyosalpinx/tubo-ovarian abscess, corpus luteum cyst, dermoid cyst, ovarian neoplasm
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EMRA Education 42m
Hey residents, make sure to use the hashtag to teach others what you're learning about at conference! You may just show up on our week's summary!
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Michael Bond, MD 10h
Advanced Documentation on Unstable Patients with Multiple trauma: document times, primary survey/resuscitation, secondary survey, FAST. Need to document mechanism (body impact). Document serial vital signs.
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James Van Meerbeke Jan 18
Typical with a random puppy sighting.
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Temple EM Residency Jan 18
Causes of pancreatitis: I GET SMASHED —> I (idiopathic), G(gallstones), E(ethanol), T(trauma), S(steroids), M(mumps/malignancy), A(autoimmune), S(scorpion sting), H(hypertriglyceridemia or hypercalcemia), E(ERCP), D(drugs - HCTZ, bactrim, azathioprine, many more!)
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EMRA Education Jan 17
We have some basics and we have some outliers on this week's Storify! Come check it out!
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Esther Choo Jan 10
What is the unspoken message in seeing all white simulation manikins? A “state of the art” facility has diverse manikins reflecting our true population - Mike Beeson, grand rounds
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Michael Bond, MD Jan 13
Error Disclosure Pearls 1. Empathy and apology are not the same thing 2. Prep for the error disclosure by having a pre-meeting with your team to ensure that everyone has the same understanding of the situation
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Doctors Hospital EM Jan 15
Super excited to have join us this week for our digital grand rounds at our
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Elif Dilek Cakal Jan 19
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UMKC EM Residency Jan 18
Lots of options for Peds sedation! Remember to provide analgesia (kids generally under-treated compared to adults)
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Vimal Krishnan Jan 14
The core of EMKERALA2018
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Michael Bond, MD Dec 29
ECG Pearls by Right axis deviation can be caused by pulmonary HTN, Left Posterior Fascular block (LPFB), old lateral MI, misplaced leads, infants, PE, hyperkalemia, RVH, ventricular beats, dextrocardia
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Michael Bond, MD Dec 28
ECG Pearls by Causes of tall R waves in V1 besides RBBB are RVH, right heart strain, posterior MI, sodium channel blockers, hyperkalemia, HOCM, dextrocardia, misplaced leads, and ventricular beats
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Caitlin Rublee Jan 17
Anterior superior vs posterior hip dislocations...compare sizes of femoral heads and location with anterior more medial on XR
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UB Emergency Med Jan 10
Literature does not support antibiotic prophylaxis after nasal packing
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Michael Bond, MD Jan 15
Case: Palliative Care Pearls in the ED Familiarize yourself with a few phrases to use during communication with patients and/or family regarding palliative care.
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Stony Brook EM Jan 17
When discharging a wrist "sprain," consider whether you're missing a scaphoid fracture, a scapholunate dissociation, or a triquetral fracture.
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