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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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Jesse M. Pines, M.D. Nov 22
Our study published on ED advanced practice providers, the largest study even (13 m visits across 94 sites). Thank you for allowing this to be open access so everyone can read it.
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jeffrey kline Nov 24
Thank you Ken!
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God Nov 21
May I ask you to retweet ? Please. It's such a tiny thing.
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jeffrey kline Oct 21
Good lord this is why I quit tweeting. What I mean is for people to just read the article. I’m very appreciative of the chance to run this article and it’s very important.
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jeffrey kline Oct 21
Numeracy. The odds went up in proportion to the arrow. And yes it was table 2, not table 3. Well done.
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jeffrey kline Oct 21
The purpose of the info graphic is to raise attention to this very important issue. Please read the full article, the info graphic is a teaser.
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jeffrey kline Oct 21
May I offer that the purpose of infographics is to raise attention. And may further offer, please read the article.
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jeffrey kline Oct 21
Your description misrepresents the infographic. The infographic simply illustrates, moving left to right, the for the listed racial/ethnic categories, that the odds of being restrained increased (in Table 3). And, no, we do not seek author approval for infographics.
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Ken Milne MD Oct 19
The article is free open access as part of the initiative. We encourage people to read the primary literature themselves.
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Michael Weinstock Oct 9
Please read this. The only political endorsement in the 208 year history of the world's most respected medical journal. I am a doctor, this matters to me. I am an American, this matters to me. I am a human being, this matters to me:
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jeffrey kline Oct 7
Replying to @MusaSharkawiMD
Surgery
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jeffrey kline Sep 26
I’ve said for a million years D-dimer negative, full stop. Forget pretest probability.
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jeffrey kline Aug 31
Are you interested in using capsaicin to treat hyperemesis from marijuana, this may be worth your time:
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jeffrey kline Aug 31
If you are interested in interactions between patient gender and race on perception of emergency physician empathy and trust, here is a paper for you: J Patient Exp . 2020 Jun;7(3):386-394. doi: 10.1177/2374373519838529. Epub 2019 Apr 29.
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jeffrey kline Aug 28
It’s elusive. I’ve not been able to create anything near as good as the PERC for Covid. The best I’ve done is 99% sensitivity, 7% specificity. This difficulty is highlighted in this great systematic review by Chris Carpenter.
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jeffrey kline Aug 23
I used the triage HR in derivation (2004) because that is all we had, but the highest HR in the 2008 validation. I suggest you default to highest heart rate.
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jeffrey kline Jul 13
If you had to have one test to risk-stratify COVID-19, I'd pick the D-dimer.
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Mark Courtney Jun 28
The rules of EM this is what we came up with Glad students are back
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jeffrey kline Jun 18
Replying to @TheSGEM @SAEMEBM and 7 others
Sorry, Milne family.
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jeffrey kline Jun 13
The truth about how doctors use decision rules shown in this month’s POTM. This is the Kinsey report of decision making.
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