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Mishan Rambukwella Jul 9
Newly discovered use of tofu thanks to my attending: practicing ultrasound-guided nerve blocks and catheters.
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Jennica Lowis Jul 9
Upgrade your skills at Webinar on and during August 10, 2020 at 09:00 AM GMT+1 Meet our Experts and share your knowledge. Visit for more details: We are open for abstracts and registrations. Email: surgeryconferencemeeting@gmail.com
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APSF Jul 8
Thank you to our amazing sponsors who help us bring you the latest recommendations, research grants, and other patient safety initiatives. Roll call here ~ Join us!
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UTMB Anesthesiology 12h
We just finished our first virtual open house! Thank you to everyone who joined. We had a great time! Stay tuned for info on our next open house and our "resident only" open house🙌
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Anesthesiology and Clinical Science Research Jul 8
is a practice of anesthesia to treat the patient who is undergoing a surgery or medical procedures. Clinical anesthesia addresses all the aspects such as anesthesia practice, anesthetic administration, pain treating, and management rather than theoretical
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CJA - Canadian Journal of Anesthesia Jul 9
Ultrasound assessment of gastric content in fasted patients before elective laparoscopic cholecystectomy: a prospective observational single-cohort study
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Sunbelt Wellness Institute Jul 10
are ALL WE DO! If you have a question regarding this therapy reach out today: 904.328.6749 Our highly skilled providers deliver the benefit of added safety and comfort for our clients.…
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Simmi K Jul 8
Endoscopic ultrasound or echo-endoscopy is a medical procedure in which endoscopy is combined with ultrasound to obtain images of the internal organs in the chest, abdomen. It can be used to visualize the walls of these organs or at adjacent structures.
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رانيــا خالد Jul 9
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BagMask.com Jul 10
What's your favorite for securing ETT? Pink for me! It's slimmer, fitting nicely between upper lip and nose. Less likely to pull skin off elderly pt. Most importantly, for style points it looks better! 😆 Worst enemy: The Beard🧔
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😷Josh #WearAMask Rubin, MD 💉 Jul 8
What’s your favorite procedure to perform, and why is it an epidural blood patch?
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NAPA Jul 9
Angela Smith, Chief of at NAPA Central Connecticut: How do you ensure patient safety? “We have the type of work relationship where we are always checking in on each other and asking questions to get daily feedback.”
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Barbara Ebel, MD Jul 7
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Surgery and Anesthesia Conference 2020 Jul 9
We are Online Now!! Present your research online now at on and on September 28-29,2020 Visit : Contact: surgerymeeting@magnus-group.org Reach Us: Whatsapp : +1 434 381 1007
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Kyle Montgomery Jul 10
Hidden perk of working in : because I double mask all day, I can consume as many jalapeño chips and coffee as I want to and no one has to smell my breath.
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Uju Momah Jul 10
Replying to @UjuMomah
I’ll start! 1. My name is Uju & I’m an MS4 interested in . 2. Last week I wrapped up my IM rotation. I got to take out lines and put in IVs, which was awesome! This week I learned that I’m going to be a bridesmaid for one of my best friends in her wedding next year!
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UCSF Anesthesia Jul 9
Check out the fascinating story of the first 3-function blood gas analyzer, created by Prof John Severinghaus, in collab w/many colleagues over the years! Researched/presented by Asst Prof Jane Moon, MD for !
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Jenn Claspill Jul 10
Yesterday I had my visit with Dr. Shaw. Surgery is set for Monday, check in at 5:30 am 😯 The surgery being done is a in my right arm. While I’m under he’s also…
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APSF Jul 9
Concentrated 2% (20 mg/mL) can be used for continuous infusion during mechanical ventilation but not for general or procedural . See more in this new article ~
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Kyle Montgomery Jul 10
This week, I learned that a person can hold 3 Liters of their own blood in a hemithorax and still be hemodynamicslly stable 😳 What did y’all learn this week?
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