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Michelle Lin, MD
Professor of Emerg Med at UCSF-Zuckerberg SF General. ALiEM Founder , book author Tricks of Trade, Bio:
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Michelle Lin, MD Sep 18
Way to go to co-author and my academic twinsie - I feel like I should list this on my CV as a result. No? 😆
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EMN #WearAMask Sep 17
. says should be used to treat tricyclic antidepressant toxicity, which can present with and neurologic complications like
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Michelle Lin, MD Sep 9
When the residents aren’t watching, I trace images off the monitor after doing a quick google image search...
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Michelle Lin, MD Sep 8
I’m excited and terrified to reflect and share the ALiEM team journey. Insights, highs, lows, lessons learned. Well I guess we’re official with the announcement. No take backs for me! 😂
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Michelle Lin, MD Sep 6
Trying to migrate my educational efforts to Instagram. Twitter = too angry and chaotic. Insta let’s me celebrate my inner JOMO (joy of missing out). And philosophically I like platform account uniqueness rather than cross posting exact same content.
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Michelle Lin, MD Sep 6
Recent from on-shift teaching that I uploaded to Instagram at Thanks for the nudge !
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Michelle Lin, MD Sep 2
Replying to @ShreyaTrivediMD
Yes to all the prior tricks and combination of them. Try more elastic strap like oxygen mask strap and pull tight to squeeze out edema. Maybe digit block also if you wanna give it maximal effort. And yes maybe windex in theory 🤷‍♀️
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Sree Natesan, MD Aug 30
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Academic Life in EM Aug 30
📙 The Leader's Library: The Power of Moments | Sign Up for the Book Club Especially during these catastrophic-events-after-catastrophic-events times, it is crucial that we craft meaningful moments. ⏲️ Deadline: Sept 9, 2020 🗓️ Sept 22-24, 2020
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Michelle Lin, MD Aug 26
You both have valid points. I will certainly take more caution after this helpful discussion.
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Michelle Lin, MD Aug 26
Great chat. The longer I practice, the more I realize there are usually no absolutes. In low risk (eg no blunt trauma) recurrent dislocation, I sometimes forego the pre-reduction XR. Risk profiling, resource utilization, and patient condition come into play. Still need post-XR.
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Michelle Lin, MD Aug 18
It used to be ondansetron as first line medication. Now it’s more fourth line based on existing suboptimal evidence. I follow the algorithm shared in UpToDate and summarized in this
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EMN #WearAMask Aug 18
. says not all cases of in should be treated with as a first-line approach—start with safer, proven medications first to avoid unclear risks to the fetus
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Rob Cooney, MD, MEd Aug 14
HOT OFF THE PRESS: Free ALiEM MEdIC Series Book – Volume 5
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Adaira Landry, MD MEd Aug 11
WOC must speak up as much as we can from WITHIN the system. Our truth as WOC should be no secret. We deserve to be advocates and seek change. We are hopeful this paper inspires others who are struggling to find and use their voice. You are not alone.
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Academic Life in EM Aug 10
We love building our ALiEMU community and highlighting achievements. Check out our first one: 💬 Subscribe here for new course updates, leaderboards, and fun news!
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Jason Woods Aug 10
Please jump in on this poll! Gonna be interesting to see how it settles out. We’ll be talking about the results all week.
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Academic Life in EM Aug 5
SplintER series presents: A review of the management of a proximal phalanx fracture and the utility of ultrasound-guided ulnar nerve blocks by Drs Perkins, Huang, , and .
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PECARNteam Aug 3
Case: 4 yo M with no PMH presents with HA after jumping off the bed. Pt vomited x 2 prior to arrival. CTH shows R linear parietal skull fx. Behavior and neuro exam are WNL. No other findings on work up. Would you admit, observe, or discharge?
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Academic Life in EM Aug 3
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