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Sam Ghali, M.D. Aug 18
This is how thrombosis begins! courtesy:
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Sam Ghali, M.D. Aug 20
reading is all about pattern recognition. If you rely on Criteria, you’ll miss many Coronary Occlusions. Be able to recognize ECG PATTERNS and I promise you will save lives!
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Radiopaedia.org Aug 19
Q: 30yo female. What's the cause of this appearance? ANSWER:
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Salim R. Rezaie, MD Aug 18
REBEL EM has been a work in progress over the past 5 1/2 years...Would not be possible without an amazing team which continues to contribute to the site and continue to help me grow as a person, leader, educator, and physician. Blessed to be in this space!!!
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SouthBXMD Aug 14
Taken from reddit. A view into a live and working circle of Willis in an infant. Amazing.
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Jay Aug 20
Anyone want to take a crack at this EKG of a 56yoM with palpitations, BP stable?
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Sam Ghali, M.D. Aug 18
Here’s the of a man with 100% Acute Proximal LAD Occlusion! STEMI Criteria failed to diagnose it. The computer missed it completely. If you don’t see LAD Occlusion here, you need to follow immediately.
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GomerBlog 16h
Folding a fitted sheet is like understanding renal physiology. Sure you can watch like a billion YouTube videos but at the end of the day you're just gonna say f*ck it, and hope no one becomes too hyponatremic.
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TheResusRoom Aug 14
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NephroPOCUS Aug 21
Difficult to obtain the view but cool sign!😎
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Jace Mullen Aug 17
Want to titrate Naloxone but only carry preloads? Want to give a reliable, honest dose when you do? A three-way stopcock, 1ml Naloxone and 9ml saline get you Naloxone 0.1mg/ml—perfect for titration!
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Brian Acunto Aug 21
48y/o sent over by cardiologist for abnormal echo and no report. Patient feels fine not sure why sent to the ER. Should this ER doctor be worried? 🧐 to the rescue!
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Judy Gadde, DO, MBA Aug 21
Emory Peds Neuro Case #77 History: Young female with history of Down syndrome & ALL *No answers or spoilers. Can use appropriate GIFs. Poll open 48 hours.
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Doctors On Social Media Aug 21
It’s Thursday, and there’s no better time to share our Twitter handles than today. , leave ur handle below, along w/3 qualities that describe u or the topics u tweet about, along w/the handle of ONE colleague’s account u enjoy following.
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Salim R. Rezaie, MD Aug 22
Does CRP Help Reduce Antibiotic Prescriptions in Acute COPD Exacerbations?
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Da700m Aug 15
On a lateral image of CXR effusion of > 75 ml could be visible. where there has to be at least 175 ml of pleural fluid to be seen on a PA image.
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GMcC 20h
“Do not stand behind giant baby.”
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Manual Of Medicine 20h
Cholestasis - Causes, Signs and Symptoms .
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Mat Goebel MD MAS NR-P 20h
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Skyler Lentz Aug 21
Approach to shock Is it a low SVR/ distributive shock/sepsis? Vasopressors (norepi, epi) Is it a cardiac output problem? Inotropes (dobutamine, epi, norepi) Is it both? Pressors with B1/ a1 activity (norepi, epi) +/- Volume in any patient w/ shock
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