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Hearth Care Oct 13
Double of Hypercalcemia of Malignancy. Hope it's of use.
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Radiopaedia.org Oct 16
Q: Low back pain and sciatica. Why? ANSWER: 
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John Mandrola, MD Oct 14
Study of the year? Here… 29 teams of scientists analyzed the SAME dataset asking the SAME research question and came to widely disparate statistical results. Wow. > from et al .
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nuMose Oct 18
What do you do with the pt who is hypotensive at home but is normotensive in your ed? In this new lecture we review an approach. This could be a subtle clue for badness.
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Manual Of Medicine Oct 19
The Predominant Targets of Frequently Used Antiarrhythmic Agents .
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Salim R. Rezaie, MD Oct 18
Cricoid Pressure in RSI: The Case of the Inferior Superiority via "True aspiration events are uncommon, and cricoid pressure fails to prevent them."
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Amal Mattu Oct 16
Pt with drug OD, cardiac arrest; ACLS performed, ROSC, here’s ECG on arrival with STE inf and lat leads; should we activate cath lab? ⁦
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TheResusRoom Oct 14
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Swapnil Pawar Oct 14
After Sepsis-3, now we got the 4th definition of Myocardial Infarction..do we really need these many definitions as ultimate diagnostic and management strategies remain the same
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Lauren Westafer Oct 21
It's time to get with the ACR guidelines and stop fearing PC-AKI ("CIN") in most patients. If you really need the scan, get the scan. Delighted to be on this week discussing to ↑ that knowledge translation. currently on
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Stefan Zimmerman 3h
Great example of elephant trunk repair of the aortic arch. This CT was used to plan second stage, in which the proximal descending thoracic aortic aneurysm, the thrombosed part around the “trunk,” will be repaired.
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Critical Care Oct 15
Evidence is stronger than you think: a meta-analysis of vitamin C use in patients with sepsis
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Kevin Taylor 11m
It is tiring how many docs I have to mute on twitter in order to filter out their self righteous political tripe from the .
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CORE IM 14m
Pearl: Order a non-treponemal antibody titre (RPR or VDRL) within 1 week of beginning treatment with . 3 to 6 months later, the titre should decline by at least 4-fold. Exception: Antibodies may fall at a slower rate in repeat syphilis infections.
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Janetta Iwanicki 23h
Trauma pearl from senior resident Dr. Gilliam and attending Dr. McVaney: Don’t get stabbed in the eye.
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Pastest USMLE 6m
Remember cervical levels composing the phrenic nerve with this mnemonic! Look out next for more mnemonics
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Jonathan Thornley Oct 21
Leeds Emergency Med Research Fb J’nal Club has passed the 300 members mark! Thanks for supporting LEMeR and joining the conspiracy
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Anton Helman Oct 16
friends: Let’s help with their cardiac arrest guidelines by commenting on this post
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nuMose Oct 16
Calling up admissions can be stressful esp when you're getting pushback. In this lecture we review an approach to calling up admissions. Be prepared and staying systematic makes it smoother. It's basic but no one ever goes over it.
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Radiopaedia.org 20h
Q: 35yo female with consolidation not responding to antibiotics. What's the most likely diagnosis? ANSWER: 
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