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Tom Fadial May 10
I took it out, now what? A new series of algorithms for the evaluation of body fluids starting with ascites:
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Justin Morgenstern May 13
Don't prescribe tramadol My conclusions after reviewing the literature
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Radiology Signs May 16
Q: Can you make a "spot" diagnosis? ANSWER:
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Brad Sobolewski May 16
The next PEMPix Classic goes live tomorrow morning shortly after 7AM EST. Can you guess the diagnosis? Here's a teaser image...
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Sergey Motov May 16
Buprenorphine in the emergency department: Randomized clinical controlled trial of clonidine versus buprenorphine for the treatment of opioid withdrawal.
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VCU Ultrasound May 11
What's wrong with this patient? High speed MVC + Shoulder Pain
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Manual Of Medicine May 14
Algorithm for Determination of Type of Acidosis and Mixed Acid-Base Disturbances when pH Indicates Acidemia .
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Tricia Rae Pendergrast May 15
What are the top reasons people have an abortion? Please see my infographic below.
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Salim R. Rezaie, MD May 12
Tension Pneumothorax with Simon Leigh-Smith via Classic Signs of Tension PTX are Rubbish: 1. Tracheal deviation is unreliable 2. Breath Sounds are unreliable 3. Chest wall observation signs are variable
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Salim R. Rezaie, MD May 16
PECARN Pediatric Head Ct Algorithm Presented at
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Dr Andrew Dixon May 17
CT head in an 80-year-old male. What is the most likely cause for this skull appearance?
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Essentials of EM May 16
35mm rule for pneumothorax: The distance between the parietal and visceral pleura. <35mm is a candidate for observation rather than chest tube placement.
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Joseph Shatzel May 13
Is this why rivaroxaban has comparatively more bleeding and breakthrough then apixaban?
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Manual Of Medicine May 10
Clinical Assessment of Dehydration in Children .
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John Moeller May 14
Be sure to in syncope patients! Elderly male with dizziness, SOB, and syncope presents to your ED. What are some concerning findings you want to discuss with cardiology?
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Manual Of Medicine May 15
Summary of Characteristics of Antianginal Drugs .
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Salim R. Rezaie, MD May 10
HYPOphosphatemia & HYPERphosphatemia via
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Manual Of Medicine May 16
Algorithmic Approach to Peripheral Cyanosis .
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MaimoUltrasound May 10
44 yo M with flank pain, no hydro on POCUS, normal UA and Cr. Here is the big culprit!!
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Essentials of EM May 16
1/3 cases of pediatric testicular torsion presented with only abdominal pain "Remember, if it's not in your differential, it will never be in your diagnosis."
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