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Eduardo R Argaiz Aug 9
62 y male intense right lower cuadrant pain
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S Faiz Aug 16
Replying to @sfaiz212
can be very helpful in characterizing pleural fluid. are safe in hematologic malignancies
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Jochen Neumann Aug 14
66y m, flu like symptoms 6 w ago, epigastric discomfort; now still weak, night sweats, fever 39° -> you echo guys rate this aortic leaflet as suspicious of vegetation ? Just a GP here with general sono experience but not so much echo (PLAX/PLAX/PSAX/5Ch)
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Segun Olusanya Aug 11
Useful this Nice work JD!
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Carlos E. Vallejo, MD, MSc Aug 12
What do you think about RV function in this case?
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Felix Lorang Aug 15
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Dr Pradeep Madhivathnan 3h
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GE Healthcare Vscan Family Aug 12
Ready to learn? Enhance your handheld knowledge and experience at the new Vscan Connections
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Stephen Haskins Aug 12
Had a great time presenting Grand Rounds at my alma mater for the on the role of in the periop setting. Also ran into a prior chair, Tom Blanck (well his pic anyway) 😀!
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MCW EM Ultrasound Aug 16
Flank pain & good story for a kidney stone. Diagnosed immediately on presentation with Very satisfying.
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James Wood Aug 16
So this is not my normal tweet, this is a great deal more personal to me. This is my fiancé’s car post night shift. She works as a staff nurse in the . She was moved wards due to staffing issues and subsequently skipped her breaks due to work pressures.
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Michael I. Prats Aug 12
Central line in → Rapid flush → See bubbles → Use line
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Philippe Rola 10h
all of ??? Well obviously I think my book is a pretty decent start, a quick read, then listen and follow all of 's podcasts, and as a full fledged reference text I would suggest 's textbook (its not just TEE). is full of good POCUS stuff!
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Ali Deslandes Aug 15
Next instalment getting ready for . You’ll see plenty of love in in September. Good guy/ bad guy?
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altermace Aug 12
Replying to @altermaceMD
For context, this is how much a ButterflyIQ is: 😱😍🙏🏻
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Syahrul Mubarak Danar Sumantri Aug 12
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Jason Tanguay Aug 8
Terrible forearm abscess. musculocutaneous nerve block and axillary brachial plexus block for the I&D and subsequent pain control.
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Suean Pascoe 11h
Replying to @i_c_sound
7/Short courses are the most efficient way to kick start the learning process, but they do not and can never lead to competence on their own. Course providers know that
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Eduardo R Argaiz Aug 12
Replying to @ArgaizR
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Ultrasound Magazine Aug 9
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