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Sam Ghali, M.D. Aug 8
Here’s your AMAZING reminder of the classic changes of ↑K+ Your ability to recognize these will save lives!
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Radiology Signs 37m
Q: What is this condition called? ANSWER:
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TheResusRoom Aug 11
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GomerBlog Aug 9
Anesthesia Attending Listens to Residents' Plan Before Telling Them What to Do -
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Dr. Ken Milne - EBM and Rural 16h
For my friends who do “Scientists and physicians must be at the vanguard of the pushback against these dangerous falsehoods—our societal well-being depends on it.”
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ERresidentsquad 7h
In case of Ellis class 3 fracture which exposes the pulp and therefore bleeds, requires immediate dental referral. Moist cotton can be placed over the exposed bulb and covered with a piece of dry foil if no immediate dentist available. Dental nerve block may be needed.
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Manual Of Medicine Aug 11
Differential Diagnosis for Vision Loss .
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ACEP Members Aug 11
Case: • 60 y/o male with recent perforated sigmoid diverticulitis came to the ED for nocturnal urinary incontinence and frequency • PT was afebrile, with a pulse rate of 107 beats/min and blood pressure of 98/65 mm Hg
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ERresidentsquad 11h
Injuries by tail of stingray, catfish and stonefish are heat labile and affected part should be immersed in water as hot as patient can comfortably withstand for 30 to 90 minutes. Local anaesthetics and systemic analgesics maybe needed. Don't give ice treatments.
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ERresidentsquad 10h
Canilicula are located in the medial aspect of superior and inferior eyelid.
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Jeff Aguilar 18h
Great resource for internal medicine. Has lectures, summary articles for diseases ’SOAP’ style, refresher videos, and more!
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TheResusRoom 16h
On the off chance you or your patients are a bit hot today...
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Radiopaedia.org 11h
Q: 70yo female with dull abdominal pain. What's your diagnosis? ANSWER:
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ERresidentsquad 9h
An afferent pupillary defect after a trauma should alert you to the possibility of traumatic optic neuropathy. High dose IV methylprednisolone should be started and patient observed for progressive visual loss. Surgical intervention may be needed.
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ERresidentsquad 14h
How to tell poisonous vs benign snakes. Venom of copperhead is mild & no antivenin is needed. Coral snakes venom is neurotoxic. Antivenin must be given to avoid respiratory paralysis. Pit viper snakes produce coagulopathic state. Tx: Crofab
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ERresidentsquad 8h
Persistent conjunctivitis that does not improve with topical therapy should lead to suspicion of chlamydial infection. Chlamydia is an STD and conjunctival scraping for gram stain & giema stain will be needed for further tx. Routine cultures will miss it.
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Sourabh Sharma MD DNB FASN 12h
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Salim R. Rezaie, MD Aug 5
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ERresidentsquad 13h
Symptoms of AMS develops within 4 to 6 hours of reaching a high altitude and peak within 1 to 2 days, resolving after 3 to 4 days. Cerebral edema is a possible consequence of hypocapnia or hypoxia. Tx: Supportive (acetazolamide + descent to lower altitude)
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