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UCSF HREM Feb 22
Thanks for attending UCSFs High Risk Hawaii! What great learning and beautiful skies! Hope to see you next year in Maui April 14-18
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Morgan Pinkston Eutermoser 14 Apr 18
ATLS/WSES recommends the binder, Despite this, compliance in pts with pelvic fx/hemorrhagic shock = only 50% in one study of 115 pts (Toth et al. 2012) Binders can save lives. Even in LC fx.
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Morgan Pinkston Eutermoser 14 Apr 18
Thanks again Trauma panel at discussing unstable pelvic fx management. Want the literature:
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UCSF HREM 13 Apr 18
Thank you of and now for your lecture on Intracranial Bleeding at !
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Morgan Pinkston Eutermoser 13 Apr 18
Remember to get a NON-catch UA when working up Kawasaki’s. You’re looking for urethritis. A cath will bypass the urethra, and you’ll miss it! - Dr. Dina Wallin (lecturing on dangerous pediatric rashes).
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UCSF HREM 13 Apr 18
Thank you Dr. James Hardy of , , and now for the great lecture on Hyperglycemic Emergencies at
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UCSF HREM 13 Apr 18
Thank you of and formerly and Poison Control Center for the lecture, "Bites, Stings, and Venomous Things" at Perhaps the of ?!
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UCSF HREM 13 Apr 18
Thank you Dr. Knight of and now for the great lecture on Soft Tissue Infections at
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UCSF HREM 13 Apr 18
So glad to have you ! What a great lecture for !
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UCSF HREM 13 Apr 18
Thank you Dr. Dina Wallin of and now and for the great lectures on Peds as well as moderating at
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Morgan Pinkston Eutermoser 12 Apr 18
“30% of primary hypertensive hemorrhages expand within the first 3 hrs.” - Important to control the bp (sbp 140-180).
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Morgan Pinkston Eutermoser 12 Apr 18
PATCH trial: No platelets in hypertensive intracranial hemorrhage. Want the literature: Thanks for this online discussion, and lecture at by
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Victor Ng MD CCFP-EM 12 Apr 18
Dunking injured hand in water - area with no wrinkling = injury - very cool
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Morgan Pinkston Eutermoser 12 Apr 18
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Morgan Pinkston Eutermoser 12 Apr 18
Remember this pearl when you push ketamine for sedation in kids.
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Morgan Pinkston Eutermoser 12 Apr 18
Thanks for a great trauma panel by and . Bradycardia and HYPOtension in a trauma patient is likely one of three things: spinal shock, beta blockade, or intraperitoneal blood (Importance of FAST exam)
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Morgan Pinkston Eutermoser 12 Apr 18
Dr. Colwell’s ABCDEFGHIs of trauma (I added hemocue to the mix)
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Victor Ng MD CCFP-EM 11 Apr 18
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Aaron Kornblith 11 Apr 18
Kornblith family Trauma Panel at High Risk Emergency Medicine. Thank you for including us, we had a blast!
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Zach Jarou, MD 11 Apr 18
Bonus pearl: you'll miss 100% of the aortic dissections that you're not looking for:
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