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GomerBlog Nov 18
For every surgical waiting room.
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IUEM Ultrasound Nov 16
If you see low voltage, take a look at the heart. You might be surprised...
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Radiopaedia.org Nov 17
Q: Amazing image! What is the diagnosis? ANSWER: 
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thanks, FOAMed! Nov 19
When someone talks to me about and
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TheResusRoom Nov 19
Traumatic Cardiac Arrest; New Roadside to Resus Podcast out now
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Critical Care Nov 17
Pearls and pitfalls in comprehensive critical care echocardiography
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Jon Carter Nov 16
History taking, 1984 and the power of the opening statement: a one minute wonder.
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Radiopaedia.org Nov 18
Q: 27yo female on long term corticosteroids. What's happened to her bones? ANSWER: 
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SDietrich Nov 16
Fantastic read on shock identification and the reorganization of resuscitation strategies with resuscitation before intubation. Worth a read for anyone who does trauma
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Sam Ghali Nov 20
1. If you rely only on "STEMI Criteria" you'll miss many Coronary Occlusions 2. Look for Patterns!
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Joannie Yeh MD Nov 16
One of the first duties of the physician is to educate the masses not to take medicine. - Sir William Osler
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Justin Krantz Nov 20
A little video I did awhile back involving PEEP. Started with no PEEP and then added 5cmH2O of PEEP. You can see the affect PEEP has on the lungs.
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Amal Mattu Nov 20
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CJEM Nov 18
Has social media created content influencers that move us away from evidence based practice? Does style win over content? Have your voice heard in this series' Poll comes out tomorrow!
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Sam Ghali Nov 20
The key to reading is to recognize patterns. But the computer doesn't recognize patterns, it just measures millimeters. There is ST Elevation with big, round, symmetric T-waves in II, III, & aVF. There is reciprocal T-wave inversion in aVL. RCA was 100% occluded!
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Radiology Signs Nov 15
Q: What is the specific name given to this finding? ANSWER:
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Radiopaedia.org Nov 19
Q: What has this patient been exposed to? ANSWER: 
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Radiopaedia.org 9h
Q: What condition does this patient suffer from? ANSWER: 
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Michael Gottlieb Nov 17
Great primer on how to design your own visual abstracts to increase your reach.
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Christopher Hicks Nov 20
Reanimating traumatic cardiac arrest: Making the impractical practical; Sentinel work from Evans, Sherbino et al., next up in the series
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