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David Roy, PharmD May 18
Antagonizing over antidotes? Here’s a concise and comprehensive antidote dosing guide published by . Excellent resource!
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Sam Ghali May 12
Chief complaint: Sudden onset of "black floaters" and blurry vision This is what Vitreous Hemorrhage looks like on US. You can see what appears to be blood layering out in the back of the eye. Have the patient look left and right. If it swirls, you've got the diagnosis.
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Musa A. Sharkawi May 16
Chest pain after AFib ablation. What’s the most likely diagnosis?
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Arthur Broadstock May 15
Quick and dirty identification of venomous vs non-venomous snakes. Look for eye shape, head shape, and ventral scale pattern.
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Matt Astin May 17
Build rapport with your patients. Actively listen. Lean forward. Raise eyebrows. Creating that relationship increases the likelihood of finding that key piece of history. That trust increases compliance with treatment.
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Amal Mattu May 16
In reality ALL of my ECG lectures can be distilled down to 2 takehome points: (1) You don't need to be a cardiologist to be GREAT at reading ECGs, (2) no matter how good you are, if you improve your ECG skills, you'll save more lives! Isn't that why we are in EM?
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Joel Porter May 16
Working on an article and would like to credit the author of this slide. Can I get some help from the community? From ACEP I believe
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Jon Carter May 18
What we learnt this week. Euglycaemic DKA (scary). Back pain red flags (useful). Acute angle closure glaucoma (get basics right).
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Sergio Moreno M. May 17
Huge LA due to Mitral stenosis and severe regurg #
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Ben Bowthorpe-Weller 21h
Saw noradrenaline given as a neat infusion this week with no dilution... is this commonly done/has anyone seen this before at all?
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TheResusRoom May 14
Out next week; Paediatric Arrest And here’s the pre-reading Podcast will be available here
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Jonny Wilkinson May 17
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Casey McQuade May 18
Doodling is a significant source of your nightly vitamin requirements.
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ʇɟıɥsICMpɐɹɐd May 11
Hepaticisation, a sign of lung consolidation on ultrasound, is when the lung looks like ABNORMAL liver. Like in this example, where you can see BOTH of these things. Note the macronodular liver cirrhosis.
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Manual Of Medicine May 15
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Sarah E May 18
A Free course on football injuries, by world leading experts in Football Medicine. Approx 42 modules to complete. Developed by heard from . Probably useful for all EM docs
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Manual Of Medicine May 18
Sites of infection with some common organisms.
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Critical Care May 14
Clinical chronobiology: a timely consideration in critical care medicine
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Manual Of Medicine May 16
Mechanism of cardiogenic pulmonary edema and peripheral edema in Heart Failure .
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Manual Of Medicine May 12
Osteoporosis - drugs for prophylaxis and treatment.
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