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Kerstin de Wit
Thrombosis and Emergency physician. Researcher.
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Kerstin de Wit retweeted
@NCER_CDA Jun 12
NCER congrats for leading at the 2025 ICEM bid! We got it! RéCRU félicite pour avoir dirigé l’application de l’ACMU pour ICEM 2025 - nous l’avons eu!
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Falls Study Jun 6
Spencer MacDonald presenting his international survey on emergency physician CT ordering for older adults who fall. This work was key for obtaining CIHR funding for the Falls Study. ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Falls Study Jun 5
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Kerstin de Wit Jun 5
My first day as a Canadian. On my way to work a shift. Look what fellow emergency physician ⁦⁩ gave me. ⁦
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Kerstin de Wit May 31
Replying to @DoctorNorvell @EMCases
37% of our cohort.
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Hamilton Health Sciences May 29
The brings us together with and to fund health research in cancer, mental health, lung and respiratory care and diseases of aging.
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@NCER_CDA May 29
Merci à tous les participants de qui sont venu à notre réunion de NCER. On se revoit à notre prochaine réunion annuelle à Lake Louise du 25 au 27 février 2020 !
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Alim Pardhan May 28
. just won Grizzly Den - he did an amazing job!!!
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Jada Fitzpatrick May 28
’s is back in the Grizzly Den to make the case for funding research into early sepsis biomarkers. Urine for the presentation of a lifetime! “The future is pee.”
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Kerstin de Wit May 28
We have started the derivation study for a rule .
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Kerstin de Wit May 28
Replying to @acmd1633 @TChanMD
Our definition was documentation in medical history extracted from EMR, recent clinic letter or recent consult letter. We did not include creatinine at presentation in this definition.
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Kerstin de Wit May 28
Replying to @TChanMD @grahamwalker
Seniors who present after a fall, with or without head injury. Not all patients who had a head CT.
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Kerstin de Wit May 28
Replying to @TChanMD @acmd1633
Chronic renal impairment is associated with major bleeding in many studies from different arenas. A persistent finding.
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Kerstin de Wit May 28
Replying to @TChanMD @ETtube
This was among all patients 65 or older who fell. No head injury necessary.
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Kerstin de Wit May 28
Replying to @KirstyChallen @TChanMD
Any part of the head or face. No distinction made in this study.
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Kerstin de Wit May 28
14/88 died in hospital. 12/88 treated at home without complication.
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Kerstin de Wit May 28
The results of our collaboration with to identify predictors of intracranial bleeding after a fall. Thanks Hamilton Health Sciences Foundation for funding this study.
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Kerstin de Wit May 28
A great example of how collaboration and the good will of co-investigators generates important new evidence.
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Catherine Varner May 28
Congrats to research collaborator for study of seniors who fall. Top 4 plenary at
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Kerstin de Wit May 27
In submission process. Not many published studies and not many patients. Large heterogeneity.
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