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Milocardial Artfarction Aug 18
When prepping for med exams, try the “Memory Dump” Put all notes/books away. Put all info on the subject you have on a blank space Compare your info to the notes Realize recognition and recollection arent the same thing Enjoy new map of areas that may need more study
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AnnalsofEM Aug 19
The Case: • 18 y/o girl • High-energy MVC, not wearing seat belt, thrown from car • Severe back pain, with complete & anesthesia of lower extremities • Stable vital signs, no palpable deformity
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Radiology Signs Aug 19
Q: Classic film with nearly always a sinister cause. What and why? ANSWER: 
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Radiology Signs Aug 11
Q: Whats the sign and what does it indicate? ANSWER: 
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νιкαѕ ѕнαн Aug 11
What is the foreign body in the pelvis?
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Manual Of Medicine Aug 18
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Shoa Clarke, MD PhD Aug 17
A healthy & fit 45 year old man presents with acute chest pain, troponin, ECG changes. This is his angiogram. Why should a healthy 45 year old man have 99% proximal LAD disease??
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Milocardial Artfarction Aug 17
Wait theres a hashtag out in the twitter world?! Why wasnt I informed about this?!
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Josh Mugele Aug 18
Just learned a new term today: "parachuting" where one pokes holes in a baggie of cocaine (or something else) and then swallows the whole baggie. It gives you a sustained-release high. Consider this if your patient is getting worse over time instead of better
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Max Cooper Aug 17
Shortness of breath w/hx of copd and chf, which should you treat?
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Manual Of Medicine Aug 15
Evaluation of Patients with Anemia .
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Hugh Kearns Aug 19
One way to make yourself feel bad and guilty is to set unrealistic expectations. It's fine to have high standard but if they are unrealistic they you'll always feel you're failing. How about using the two goal approach? A minimum goal and a stretch goal.
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Andrew Petrosoniak Aug 11
hey twitter 1. Your fav online point of care resources during shift? 2. Must know resources for residents? 3. Key strategies for effective cc:
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Justin Morgenstern Aug 19
BP 85/50 —> bolus —> BP 65/40 —> bolus —> even worse Time to review this post on the crashing RV failure patient
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Manual Of Medicine Aug 17
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* BETA-BLOCKERS | ALL THE FACTS YOU NEED TO KNOW * Take a few minutes to review the essential facts about beta-blockers!
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Radiology Signs 6h
Q: What is the name given to this appearance? ANSWER: 
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Salim R. Rezaie Aug 17
Diagnosing PE in Pregnancy via PE in Pregnancy: 1. Clinical Prediction Rules NOT Validated & Should not be Used 2. D-Dimer Testing NOT Prospectively Validated 3. V/Q scan or CT-PA are Safe in Pregnancy for Mom & Baby (Use SDM)
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Nasser Almulhim Aug 15
T wave inversion in aVL is early finding in inferior MI , get serial ECG if u find it
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Radiology Signs Aug 18
Q: Don't get strung up on this case. Whats the sign? ANSWER: 
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