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Sam Ghali Jun 19
Classic changes of ↑K+ Be able to recognize these and you will save lives! Video courtesy: artibiotics
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Bath Radiology Education Jun 14
Nice exam discussion film. Which abnormalities can you see? What was the sequence of events? What is the primary pathology? Answers later today.
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Manual Of Medicine Jun 14
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Strata5 Jun 20
Sorry there was no infographic last week. It was pretty busy getting the CPD app live. This weeks infographic though is Vertigo & the likelihood of location. All the other weeks & versions are here if you need them
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Anand Swaminathan Jun 14
Peds DKA + cerebral injury: it's not about the fluids | fantastic RCT via PECARN group. Listen to interview w/ authors via
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Radiopaedia.org Jun 15
Q: What is being measured here? ANSWER: 
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Shawna Bellew Jun 12
Tip for EM residents- start an organized file (cloud?) of your employment/education history including license#, transcripts, acls/pals etc. It will make your life so much easier in dealing with the never ending cycle of credentials & licensing.
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Mark Potter Jun 13
Had an upper GI bleed patient last shift with decreased LOC and active vomiting. Used the S.A.L.A.D. technique with DuCanto catheter just like in training and got first pass success. I contribute it all to - my pt and I thank you!
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ATSfellows Jun 19
PA catheters aren’t routine in the ICU. But we should be able to interpret and troubleshoot them Link 1: Link 2: Dr. Bob Danner shares his insights and practical tips in two informative lectures NIHccproject
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TheResusRoom Jun 19
External Haemorrhage; Roadside to Resus Podcast Covering evidence and guidelines on; •Haemorrhage control ladder •Direct pressure •Enhanced pressure dressings •Haemostatic agents and wound packing •Tourniquets
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Jason Hine Jun 21
Is your patient tachypneic, but lung ausc is clear as a whistle? Think: MI PE Metabolic Acidosis Anemia pericardial tamponade Pum HTN
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Manual Of Medicine Jun 18
The child with petechiae or purpura .
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Radiology Signs Jun 20
Q: What is the name given to this appearance? ANSWER: 
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Phil Poskitt Jun 14
“Helping one person may not change the world.. .. but it may change the world for that one person”
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RCEMLearning Jun 19
We have a new blog available on Situational Awareness in the ED. We will look at the three levels of situational awareness: how we prioritise, think and how we make some decisions. Read more here
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Manual Of Medicine Jun 16
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Musa A. Sharkawi 15h
Older pt w/ gastric cancer p/w stroke. This is the classic appearance for marantic endocarditis AKA non-bacterial thrombotic endocarditis.
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Edward Snelson Jun 17
Thanks to everyone on on and off Facebook and Twitter who contributed their top tips for working with and examining children. More detail and a second list in the full article.
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Radiopaedia.org Jun 21
Q: What is this and how do you classify them? ANSWER: 
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EKGChallenge Jun 20
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