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Seth Trueger 9h
PICU director Dr. Leah Harris on Pediatric Airways (in one slide) at
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Cedric Dark, MD, MPH 7h
In liver failure patients, use base deficit (not lactic acid) to monitor your resuscitation
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Seth Trueger 9h
“when do you want to intubate an kid with asthma?” “never” “when a kid with asthma says ‘I feel like I’m going to die,’ it’s time to intubate them” -Harris
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Megan Stobart 6h
When you haven't seen your kids in 5 days but don't want to miss Grand Rounds...
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Matthew Zuckerman 7h
Abdominal pain, h/o mitral valve replacement, what's the diagnosis?
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Michelle Lin Apr 20
Have you ever tasted pediatric antibiotic solutions? Great lessons from by pediatric pharmacists. My personal tasting preference. Note to self - try to avoid prescribing metronidazole suspension to kids. I can still taste it a little <gag>.
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Stony Brook EM Apr 18
Sob with clear lungs, hypotension, and JVD = right heart failing: Can't fill - tamponade, SVC syndrome Can't empty - pumping against obstruction, e.g. giant PE, pulm stenosis, cor pulmonale Not working - severe regurg, dead from infarct
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Seth Trueger 8h
do kids need to fast before procedural sedation?
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NSLIJ EM, EM/IM/CC Apr 18
HTN and preg at - Think they're pre-eclampsia? They may c/o HA, blurry vision, SOB, RUQ pain or vomiting. Goal is SOB < 160 w/ good evidence base for improved outcome!
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Ryan Barnicle MD MEd 7h
Pediatric Pearls: CO exposure does NOT require enclosed space to cause effect, discharge asymptomatic submersion victim after 6 hours of observation and normal CXR, admit kids who lose consciousness from electrical shock, steroids for HAPE/HACE.
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Michael Bond, MD Apr 21
Geriatric Trauma by Have a low threshold for CT scans in geriatric trauma patients as physical exams and plain xrays may miss serious injuries When in the community, consider transferring your geriatric trauma patient to a higher level trauma center
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Bryant Allen Apr 23
E-poster session made vastly better by representing here at
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MH/CCF/CWRU EM Res Apr 24
Afib with belly pain is mesenteric ischemia until proven otherwise!
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Michael Bond, MD Apr 16
Interosseous Line pearls Patients with resuscitations done through IV tend to do better than those done through IO. If you have both IV and IO in place, consider doing resuscitation medications through IV.
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MH/CCF/CWRU EM Res Apr 24
If there are signs of peritonitis, call your surgeons early! But endovascular revascularization may have a role with partial arterial occlusion . This paper showed decreased mortality and shorter length of stay
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Pik Mukherji 5h
Hey , it was fun! Now at w and have, count 'em, 15 attendings teaching Oral Boards, TV PPM, Thoracotomy and everything in between. I'm impressed. And bragging.
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Cedric Dark, MD, MPH 7h
Very refreshing to know everyone everywhere hates the sepsis bundle!
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EinsteinEM Residency 7h
. Tx for blisters in races - tape them up! thin, stretchy, sticky material is best. sometimes, participants drop out of long endurance races due to pain from blisters!
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Ohio State EM Residency Apr 21
Interested in improving communication skills? Here is one way how:
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Megan Stobart 7h
Welcome back to my friend and alum here to talk about Race Medicine today!
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