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Ryan C. Gibbons, MD FAAEM Sep 27
thanks 2 all the incredible US speakers at PhillyRegional US day
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Alli Zanaboni Sep 27
Use graded compression when evaluating for appendicitis. Start at point of maximal tenderness
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Ryan C. Gibbons, MD FAAEM Sep 27
Cant find the gb? says move up onto ribs, have pt take deep breath, pt in left lat decub, use cardiac probe
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Ben Bloom Sep 27
Use the RUSH to narrow ddx in undifferentiated shock
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wilma chan, MD, EdM Sep 27
Block it, stop overmedicating and messing up your repair field Fellow JPatterson
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YUNG IVE Sep 27
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Temple EM Residency Sep 27
Justin Stowens from Crozer: Ringdown artifact with small pneumoperitoneum, A-lines (like lung) with large pneumoperitoneum. Prove it's "free air" by rolling patient and noting shift of air.
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Jefferson Ultrasound Sep 27
. discusses the tanga sign, a favorite of
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Tom Fowler, MD Sep 27
US more specific and sensitive for pediatric pneumonia than Xray. Aaron Chen, MD
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Megan Stobart Sep 27
Thanks for all the tweets from ! Getting caught up tonight! Cant wait for to teach me on shift!
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Temple EM Residency Sep 27
Lindsay Davis fellow & alum: don't mistake nl duodenum for abnl gallbladder
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Alli Zanaboni Sep 27
Wrapping up the day, talks biliary US
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Alli Zanaboni Sep 27
: Have pt role on L side to help detect free air on abd US. Look for air artifact above liver
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Jefferson Ultrasound Sep 27
. discussing pneumoperitoneum: ring down artifact, dirty shadows, abdominal A-lines, enhanced peritoneal stripe sign
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Jefferson Ultrasound Sep 27
. High grade obstruction: Bowel wall thickening, free air, free fluid, absent peristalsis
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Temple EM Residency Sep 27
Sathyaseelan Subramaniam from CHOP ED: nl scalp suture lines (vs. skull fracture) will be non-displaced, no hematoma
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EinsteinEM Residency Sep 27
Innovative use for U/S- assessing pediatric skull fractures!
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Ryan C. Gibbons, MD FAAEM Sep 27
Dr Rempell discussing secondary signs of appy to look 4 especially when appendix not visualized
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Yanika Wolfe Sep 27
Looking for peds intussusception? Use linear high frequency probe!
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Dan Mirsch Sep 27
taking the stylet out of the LP needle after skin puncture increased success? Blasphemy!
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