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Kalyanam Shivkumar MD PhD Sep 18
Here is yet another remarkable (albeit scary) example of the powerful link between the brain and the heart! Neurocardiology in clinical practice...the mind matters a lot... Due to Ventricular Arrhythmia Triggered by Electronic Gaming | NEJM
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Suneet Mittal Dec 26
Disheartening to see patients with continue to undergo the “million dollar” battery of neurological tests. Just saw a patient who had it done; everything repeated 6 months later when she fainted again. Can write all the guidelines you want but can’t change bad medicine.
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The Curbsiders Aug 11
& of highlight some low value practices: echo for , for constipation and sliding scale insulin monotherapy.
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DynaMed® Jul 16
New systematic review from evaluates physical exam & clinical factors for diagnosis of cardiac . Find it summarized here:
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JACC Journals Aug 7
Do you routinely screen for pulmonary embolism (PE) in patients presenting with ? New study finds PE is a rather uncommon cause of syncope.
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European Society of Cardiology Dec 6
-free chapters in December only: abnormalities conduction disturbances in , palpitations, dyspnoea, chest pain
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iem-student 4 Jan 19
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JACC Journals Nov 12
How do you manage ? See how the American (, and ) and European () recommendations differ in the latest Guideline Comparison.
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laramitchell Nov 29
Delighted to see our pathway at and rapid access syncope clinic (RASCL) saving 56 unscheduled care bed days a month Coordinated approach for patients with TLOC
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Neurochecklists 8 Dec 18
How does the 10/20 rule differentiate from ?
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John P Erwin III MD✭ 21 Dec 18
Yes- the missus and I are dog-sitting our sons’ new pup. This is not him, but he has required constant vigilance...
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Fabrizio Ricci 3h
Classical and Delayed Orthostatic Hypotension in Patients With Unexplained Syncope and Severe Orthostatic Intolerance: Insights from the SYSTEMA Project
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NIHR Newcastle BRC Nov 7
Congratulations to Dr James Frith on his £1.4m NIHR HTA award to evaluate different treatments for orthostatic hypotension over the next five years.
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Suzanne lynch Feb 18
The other half of the dyanamic duo presenting the training aspect of the ILR initiative
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Angela Mills MD 7 Feb 19
Prevalence of Pulmonary Embolism Among ED Patients With
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Vass Vassiliou Feb 27
BNP and troponin useful when managing when normal it's reassuring... but let's not forget proper history and examination are crucial- people find it easier to do a blood test than take proper history and collateral history
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laramitchell Dec 15
Cycled 600 km through Thai jungle for health and with hubbie before arriving in Macau for APAHFF to speak about - the contrast was unbelievable. Love nature .
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BritishGeriatricsSoc Oct 16
I would challenge you all to think about those pathways in your hospitals - do you have a way of seeing and coordinating care for those complex patients with and do you have the right specialties involved?
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Teresa Sörö 17 Jan 19
Hey colleagues over the world. How would you illustrate ? Amazing are looking for that link when art contributes to learning. .
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CanadiEM Jul 3
Syncope is often benign but you don't want to miss the critical diagnoses! has got you covered in their latest episode! Listen on your favourite podcast service!
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