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Hyunjoo Lee Dec 13
Dr. Meyers on thoughtful fluid management: (1) Under-resuscitation and over-resuscitation is bad. (2) Fluid tolerance = okay to give fluids. (3) Portal pulsatility = hold/stop fluids. (4) Lactate is NOT a good endpoint.
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Carolyn Martinez Dec 12
Got a treatment very wrong today in Sim for . Spent my study time today reading ab said dx and tx. Here’s to me getting it right from now on! 🤞🏻😅
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Chris Byrne Dec 10
Have been seeing many GI illnesses this winter with undetectable eosinophils & low lymphocytes. Anyone in world know if pattern in keeping with certain pathogen(s)?
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Johns Hopkins EM Dec 14
Happy holidays! Chair’s hour presentation by and our illustrious chairman, Dr. Kelen at
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Michael Bond, MD Dec 15
Board review with Diarrhea, flushing, and an allergic-like reaction after eating fish — Scombroid! Think about the fish “scrambling” histidine into histamine to remember this!
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Gregory Podolej Dec 13
Grand Rounds- great lecture on a tough topic- pediatric suicide
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SLR EM Dec 12
Senior resident on pediatric seizure treatment pathway. Benzo -> benzo -> keppra -> fosphenytoin.
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Julian Botta Dec 14
Stay tuned to the account for photos from our annual ugly sweater contest!
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Michael Bond, MD 9h
Board Review with Defining Neutropenia Calculate ANC = (total WBC) x (%segs + %bands) ANC <500 or <1000 with predicted decline to <500 within 48 hours Nadir typical 5-10 days after receiving chemotherapy
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Michael Bond, MD Dec 14
Board review with The most common location for anal fissures is the posterior midline. If located elsewhere, consider Crohns disease, malignancy, granulomatous disorders, or STDs such as HIV or syphilis.
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UH-Cleveland EM Residency Dec 9
Check out this past week's conference summary, which includes learning points from M&M as well as an intro to disaster medicine and mass casualty triage!
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Julian Botta Dec 14
The ugly sweater contest contestants
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Anand Swaminathan Dec 12
Grand Rounds REBOA w/ | Early studies () show big benefit to REBOA vs. RT: survival 37.5% vs. 9.7%. High-quality studies still needed
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Azeemuddin Ahmed Dec 13
Dr. Dan Miller facilitates an exciting simulation session this morning with our Emergency Medicine residents
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Julian Botta Dec 14
Replying to @julianbotta
() External exam, including using alternate light source that highlights injuries (take photos with ruler) Genital exam (swabs, comb pubic hairs, examine fourchette if female genitalia) Fingernail swabs, debris collection
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Hyunjoo Lee Dec 13
Dr. Sobhani on VTach: if stable, options include amiodarone, lidocaine, or procainamide. If unstable, ⚡️shock ‘em out (synced cardioversion)!
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Michael Bond, MD Dec 11
Rib Fractures by T. Andy Windsor PTs w/multiple rib fractures, treating pain adequately is essential. Consider multiple modalities for pain control including a PCA, oral medications, topical mediations, regional blocks, or surgical fixation (rib plating).
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Jason Arthur Dec 12
For every intubation vocalize your plan for intubation by PACE: Primary, Alternative, Contingency, and Emergency plans.
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Hyunjoo Lee Dec 13
Dr. Saltzman on hand injuries: mallet finger = extensor tendon rupture distal to DIP. Rx: splint DIP in hyperextension x6wk. Jersey finger = flexor tendon injury. Rx: splint DIP+PIP in slight flexion, 24-48h hand surgery follow-up.
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Johns Hopkins EM Dec 14
Congrats to our ugly sweater winner
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