Twitter | Search | |
Search Refresh
Chris Nickson Mar 19
Importance of shared decision making: a personal experience - MJA InSight A must read for everyone - carers and patients.
Reply Retweet Like
Tessa Davis Mar 19
Are rigors a sign of serious bacterial infection in children? gives us the update on
Reply Retweet Like
theRadiologist Mar 16
Review areas on a pelvic X-Ray - never be drawn into the main abnormality but always continue your systematic review! Who knows what else could be hiding on the film...
Reply Retweet Like
Salim R. Rezaie, MD Mar 21
CENSER: Early Norepinephrine in Septic Shock via Biggest issue with this trial is that primary outcome is not a pt oriented outcome (POO). Raising BP is a monitor oriented outcome (MOO) MOO ≠ POO
Reply Retweet Like
Manual Of Medicine Mar 21
Classification of Shock by Mechanism and Common Causes .
Reply Retweet Like
Amal Mattu Mar 19
Final notice! FREE conference in one week...March 27 7:30am - 12:30pm EST is the 4th annual UMEM Emergency Cardiology Conference. FREE to show up, FREE to get the livestream...but you've got to register!!
Reply Retweet Like
Manual Of Medicine Mar 19
Breathing Assessment in Trauma Patient .
Reply Retweet Like
PreHospECG Mar 19
Reply Retweet Like
The Bipolar Doc 7h
Are you a health professional? Do you feel exhausted, cynical, Frustrated, irritable? Is the compassion & empathy that you used to have for patients slowly slipping away? If so, you may be burning out. You are not alone. Reach out. Slow down. It's OK.
Reply Retweet Like
Andy Harding Mar 20
Just starting to use and loving it! Great case today of fevers and chills after an influenza-like illness by Dr. Nagashree Seetharamu. Check it out!
Reply Retweet Like
Salim R. Rezaie, MD Mar 17
The Death of MONA in ACS: Morphine: Oxygen: Nitroglycerin: Aspirin:
Reply Retweet Like
velia marta antonini 21h
CPR in prolonged refractory cardiac arrest + switch from VA to VV as cardiogenic shock improved to support impaired lung function & weaning w full neuro-recovery, open case
Reply Retweet Like
theRadiologist Mar 21
7 steps to assessing an AP shoulder X-Ray
Reply Retweet Like
BC PoCUS Mar 21
I'd like to start off our case series with this delicious example! Check out for more info! Rarrrrrrrr! Bear Claw!
Reply Retweet Like
EmergncyMedicineNews Mar 16
Dr. James Roberts and spell out the A to Z in managing , a common ED presentation that can be dastardly if not treated properly
Reply Retweet Like
theRadiologist Mar 15
What is the ‘loss of silhouette sign’? This is a really important sign on CXR - remember if you lose a cardiac or mediastinal contour it implies pathology within the neighbouring lobe of the lung...
Reply Retweet Like
The Crit ☁ Mar 20
A unique view on properties of sedatives used in the ! Remarkable: Dexmedetomidine gets closest to the promotion of natural sleep.
Reply Retweet Like
The Crit ☁ Mar 19
Do we really know what we do? One single sedation with 200mg of Propofol for a short procedure disrupts your sleeping pattern fror one week!! Excellent talk by Dan Longrois
Reply Retweet Like
Radiopaedia.org 5h
Q: What has caused this skull appearance? ANSWER:
Reply Retweet Like
Tanya Specht Mar 20
Baby shark effusion?! 🦈 (🔊 on)
Reply Retweet Like