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Sam Ghali Aug 10
of a 60-year-old lady found down She is minimally responsive, intubated on scene by paramedics. BP is 90/60 mmHg. She's run quickly through the scanner and stat CT Head is negative. Echo shows apical akinesis. What did the cath show?
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Radiology Signs Aug 11
Q: Whats the sign and what does it indicate? ANSWER: 
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νιкαѕ ѕнαн Aug 11
What is the foreign body in the pelvis?
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Medicalaidememoire Aug 9
Its and to our 2 year we are giving away one of our fantastic . For a chance to just and like!
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The Bottom Line Aug 10
TBL 263: Riskin - Effect of rudeness on team performance
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RCEMLearning Aug 10
Can I…ummm…refer…umm…a 52, no a 55, no, a 69-year-old lady presenting with chest pain. Well, she said it was chest pain, but it’s actually a wierd tightness, with a bit of epigastric pain. We have a blog on Making a Good Referral here
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Andrew Petrosoniak Aug 11
hey twitter 1. Your fav online point of care resources during shift? 2. Must know resources for residents? 3. Key strategies for effective cc:
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Radiology Signs Aug 8
Q: Cracking plain radiograph - what does it show? ANSWER: 
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Manual Of Medicine Aug 15
Evaluation of Patients with Anemia .
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Rob Paquin Aug 11
Huuuge fan of trials like this! To rip or not to rip, that is the question.
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Vinnie Varley 10h
With approximately 100 irish ex-interns completing our induction in western Australia this week, we're all questioning the CPG of fully aseptic technique for IV Cannula insertion. Not common practice in Ireland/UK. Any evidence vs non sterile gloves+ alcohol?
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Damian Roland Aug 14
Good news! is back on-line Apologies for the downtime but problems now all resolved! Our evidence based, video case, learning package has returned...
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Max Cooper 22h
Shortness of breath w/hx of copd and chf, which should you treat?
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Josh Mugele Aug 13
I give talks on how to be a more efficient at charting because I'm tired of seeing my residents (and APPs) staying 1-2 hours after work working on charts! Here's how to cut that time down (not everyone agrees with me). /thread
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Milocardial Artfarction 18h
Persistent personal mantra when learning: If you can account for every line you put down on a blank space and why it needs to be there, you move past memorization into understanding
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Manual Of Medicine 23h
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WhitbreadsECGBootcamp Aug 9
Lateral STEMI V5, V6, aVL, & Lead I ST Elevation Myocardium at risk often large May also manifest as ST Elevation in aVL only!
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Shawn Li 7h
Question: should we stop diuresing an HF pt because of a "Cr bump?" Answer: NO! WRF had little impact on survival if patient was decongested. However, poorer outcomes if patient had both WRF AND congestion. doi: 10.1161/CIRCHEARTFAILURE.111.963413
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Radiology Signs Aug 16
Q: Double marks if you get this rare condition correct. ANSWER: 
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Manual Of Medicine 1h
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