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Avraham Z. Cooper, MD Oct 18
1/ Have you ever wondered why patients in shock are refractory to vasopressor support if also severely acidotic? I always assumed it was b/c cellular stuff just doesn't work well at low pH. It turns out the answer is slightly more complicated...
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Elliot Tapper Oct 19
What is ? This is for patients & anyone who has ever asked: ❓ What is it ❓ Where did it come from? ❓Why do I feel this way? ❓ Am I dying? A
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Jennifer Spicer Oct 20
1/ This week’s will focus on . Courtesy of my coursework with What are learning styles? Is there evidence to support them? Should we tailor our teaching (or learning) to them? Let’s get started.
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Rishabh Bajpai 6h
I am learning to do my first tweet. So i am trying to tweet just to check if i can tweet. And this is actually a tweet which i will retweet once Twitter verifies me.
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Sanjay Saint Oct 18
I was recently asked by a colleague for tips on how to introduce a visiting before Internal Medicine Grand Rounds. My colleague hadn’t done this before & was anxious about it. Good question, I responded. Let me think about it & get back to you. 1/9
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Joshua Davis Oct 19
Replying to @JoshDavisMD
6/ Thanks for coming to my Saturday morning ! Source/further reading for my other nerds out there:
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Satya Patel Oct 18
1/ My first ! Let's start with a question - in adult patients with proven iron-deficiency anemia, how much elemental iron should be given for repletion?
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Elliot Tapper Oct 19
Replying to @MichiganLiver
This concludes a for-patients on THANKS FOR READING. Should I do more? On what? I am trying to improve the education we provide patients , so your guidance is appreciated
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Moeez Beg MD Oct 20
from on A/ Community Acquired Pneumonia (CAP) in ICU 1. Use ATS/IDSA 2007 modified criteria to define severe pneumonia 2. Admit severe CAP to ICU 3. Should obtain sputum cultures or tracheal aspirate for patients in ICU
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Ximena Oct 18
Inspired by recent excellent guest presentations to share some of my knowledge on esp Dr. Christopher Jones CDC (title slide) noted we'll never train enough addiction specialists so it is up to specialists to expand knowledge time 1/
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Michael Oct 22
New to Twitter should be posting on here occasionally
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Nadia Abuelezam Oct 18
Replying to @nabuelezam
Feeling really emotional about this today. This work is hard... It's not often supported. I'm grateful to the editors, the reviewers, and my co-authors for their support. Here's to many more! A is coming soon!
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Ssekandi M Abdul Oct 16
Why is AIDS Worse in Africa? The rate of infection in some parts of the continent is 100 times higher than in the United States, yet sexual activity is similar. Epidemiologists, forced to reconsider their theories of how the disease spreads, have come up (1/36)
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Rachel Goodman Oct 22
Interns! Very helpful Highly rec reading!
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Vijay Shankar S Oct 20
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Renal Fellow Network Oct 21
Have a Nephrology Question? There Might Be A For That! Check out the archive from and ⬇️
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Chris "The Chiu Man" Chiu, MD FACP FAAP Oct 19
Replying to @cjchiu
5/ Next, @XimenaLavender's has a great discussion about Inpatient tx of . My takeaways: 1️⃣Medical professionals undertreat withdrawal 2️⃣Many hospital clinicians don't realize they're legally allowed to prescribe methadone & buprenorphine in hospital
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Melissa Bregger Oct 22
1/ Inpatient Day 2: Let's Talk about Refeeding Syndrome. ,
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Steven Chen Oct 19
1/ ACUTE SKIN GRAFT-VERSUS-HOST DISEASE: A / on this complication of stem cell transplantation! pc: 1st, a poll: How do you differentiate acute & chronic skin ?
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POMA 5h
Awesome on the JASA page! Make sure to read it. There's also going to be a presentation at .
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