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jeffrey kline
I pursue clinical wisdom through the study of blood clots and the people they affect.
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Anne Messman May 8
Med ed friends! I need help! I’m still in need of 40 more participants for my SAEMF grant med ed research study! You just need to be an APD or med ed fellow and you’re eligible! Plz let me know if you can help!
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jeffrey kline May 2
This was a lot of work to make.
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SAEM Online Apr 19
The latest episode of the Skeptics' Guide to Emergency Medicine reviews a study that screened all adult patients presenting to the ER. h
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jeffrey kline Apr 14
And here is the SGEM HOP for the future suicidality paper.
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jeffrey kline Apr 14
As far as I know this is the first paper that has documented the subsequent rate of suicidal spectrum events in a population from an ED who had no suicidal ideation at enrollment. Also the first to measure accuracy of clinician gestalt at estimating risk.
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jeffrey kline Mar 10
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Charles A Huggins Mar 1
Dr Jeff Kline on empathy at 6th Annual
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jeffrey kline Feb 27
Thanks Mark Mycyk for pointing out this article in the New York Times that mentions Erin Dehon‘s paper in Academic Emergency Medicine.
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Ken Milne Feb 11
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SAEM Online Feb 9
's EIC Pick of the Month from February's First author: Julia B. Nath, MD Accompanying graphic supplied by Lauren Maloney, MD,
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Ken Milne Jan 24
This is (Editor-in-Chief) from pick of the month. It's a validation of the HOUR rule by with guest skeptic . The paper is free open access.
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jeffrey kline Jan 17
Nicely done, Chris
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AEM Journal Jan 17
Did you read the papers of 2018? Multicenter Evaluation of the YEARS Criteria in Emergency Department Patients Evaluated for Pulmonary Embolism FREE ACCESS / from
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jeffrey kline Jan 11
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jeffrey kline Jan 10
Another fun paper. Therapy dogs reduce patient anxiety in the ED. Much more to come on therapy dogs from our group.
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jeffrey kline Jan 10
Nasal cannula: lose about 1/2. We saw zero hypotension.
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jeffrey kline Jan 9
I haven’t tweeted in a long time, but here’s a study that we did worth reading: inhaled nitric oxide to treat pulmonary embolism.
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SAEM EBM IG Sep 5
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SAEM EBM IG Sep 11
2 - Probiotics for C. diff? Another addition in @AEMEmergMed from team Ready to prescribe bugs from the ED? @hackEMres
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SAEM EBM IG Sep 11
Check out new series from team now online #1: steroids for Bell's Palsy: Fabulous resource for selecting Journal Club!
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