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RanaAwdishMD 12h
$5400 for our baby who was delivered stillborn, for attempted resuscitation. She wasn’t enrolled in our insurance because she was never alive. From the hospital where I worked as a physician.
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Critical Concepts Sep 10
Good ICU nurses absolutely blow my mind. One of ours checked VISUAL FIELDS on our “stable” stroke patient (unlike me... or the neurology team) and found a new hemianopsia. MRI shows new stroke. I just can’t. They should give these people medals.
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filthy mouthed pegasus, md Sep 7
SAVING A LIFE EMS Nurses Techs RT Radiology Pharmacy Everyone Else DOCTOR | | | | | | \/ \/
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Ben Rut 💭 Sep 13
My controversial opinion: we should abandon eponymous names. ➡️ Thread for reasons...
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Simon Fleming 🔨 Sep 13
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LaShyra “Lash” Nolen Sep 11
My mom had to sacrifice her dreams so that I could soar. Now her baby is on the front page of a Gazette story. This is for all the silent superheroes out there and for the brown girls with a dream. Go get it, sis.
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Josh Rubin, MD 💉 Sep 13
Replying to @DrSandman11
But they were all of them deceived... ... for another ring was made. One Ring to rule them all, One Ring to find them, One Ring to bring them all, and in the darkness bind them.
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Roxana Daneshjou, MD/PhD Sep 12
I completed medical school 4 years ago. So I would like to discuss how learning cultural competency and advocating for social justice are VERY relevant to my career. And I'm a dermatologist and aspiring physician scientist. THREAD
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Kimi Chernoby, MD JD MA Sep 13
My favorite part about winning this award is knowing that I was nominated by my PD team. It is such a great feeling to be supported by leadership in your endeavors 😊
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Laurie Punch, MD 13h
I’ve never asked to amplify anything but I’m asking now. How does your work in the biomedical model of intertwine and complement your work in the social, structural and systemic forces that impact in people and populations?
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Steven Chen Sep 13
I remember a surgeon I worked with in med school. She asked me to do something pre-op (without instructions), and after I did what I thought was correct, she started yelling at me for doing it wrong. Then she loudly announced to the OR how stupid I was. 1/
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Josh Mugele (He/Him) 22h
To the med students submitting your ERAS applications, good luck! Remember, your scores and a collection of activities do not define you. Where you get selected for interviews and where you end up doing residency does not define you.
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Daniel Ginn, DO, MPH Sep 10
Replying to @DrDanielGinn
Moreover, care for other people, be kind to other people, know your friends and colleagues and allow them to know you. We have a hard job and it’s ok. 3/3
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Steven Bollipo Sep 13
Have you read Guyton’s physiology lately? I am reading it now for fun and discovering the beauty of the book. I don’t think I had neither the language skills nor the maturity as a 17 year old when I read this book as a first year medical student!
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Tyler Black, MD Sep 12
While all of is comparing vaping deaths to gun deaths, I just wanted to point out that vape companies like Juul specifically marketed their products to children with fruity flavors and youthful advertising, and smoking was decreasing in kids every year before e-cigs.
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Kate, NP Sep 9
You know you work in the medical field if believe the following: 🔘”Document” is primarily a verb 🔘”Aspiration” is a bad thing What else??
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Roxana Daneshjou, MD/PhD Sep 14
The deferred medical action program is gone. Sick immigrant adults & kids are will die if deported. Some appeared before Congress, pleading for their lives. We have started a petition as doctors & health professionals asking for action.
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Colleen McGavin Leitner MD Sep 14
I’ve been a silent observer, but this article has inspired me to start tweeting. I’m happy to say my education at was rigorous in both biomedical science and the social determinants of health. I’m a better physician for my patients as a result.
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Sabina Spigner, MS, MPH Sep 12
1st med school exam tomorrow 😬😬😬😬😬 Wish me luck!
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Amy Shah Sep 14
Me, seconds after hitting certify & submit on my ERAS app, wondering if I spelled my name right
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