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Sam Ghali, M.D. Jun 11
This is the most adorable cardiac thrombus I’ve ever seen Courtesy:
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Salim R. Rezaie, MD Jun 15
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Ramkrishna Ramnauth Jun 8
Lateral thinking... thanks for this great Teaching GIF
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Salim R. Rezaie, MD Jun 13
REBEL Review 86: Flow Rates in IV/IO Access
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Manual Of Medicine Jun 11
Infectious Diseases Presenting with Rash .
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LITFL Jun 8
The awesome 46 podcast/vodcast and the wonderful world of nuggets that is AFEM is now added to the part one teaching. We love you
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Amal Mattu Jun 10
Today is orientation day for our new interns so I am sending this out once again. #
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Manual Of Medicine Jun 12
Venous Insufficiency - Signs and Symptoms .
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Radiology Signs Jun 10
Q: Acetabular radiographic anatomy. Can you name these 6 lines? ANSWER:
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Anand Swaminathan Jun 10
Brilliant post on re-prioritizing our approach to trauma resuscitation w/ primary focus on hemorrhage control + volume w/ de-emphasis of airway
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theEMfellow 23h
Amazing CXR Patient Self-injected mercury as suicide attempt. Presented with cough and respiratory failure. The lungs are a filter! Acknowledge: anatomicdeadspace
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Mark Ramzy DO, EMT-P Jun 8
⚡ 🙌 Paper is finally out in Prehospital Emergency Care!! 🙌 ⚡ Dual defibrillation is highly variable: an analysis of pulse interval delivered in dual defibrillation.
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Salim R. Rezaie, MD Jun 14
Choosing Wisely Hepatology, Eh? via 1. Don't order serum ammonia to diagnose or manage HE 2. Don't routinely transfuse FFP, Vit K, or plts to reverse abnormal coags in pts w/cirrhosis prior to paracentesis or endoscopy
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Salim R. Rezaie, MD Jun 10
First do no Harm: Rethinking our Approach to Intubation in Trauma via
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