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Matt Siedsma, MD
Critical Care physician with a bit of EM/IM and on the side. Husband, father, son, brother, neighbor.
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Matt Siedsma, MD Sep 6
Replying to @reverendofdoubt
Darn Tough hiking sock. My 5 year old Merrell brown leather mocs.
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Matt Siedsma, MD Aug 2
For anyone who's ever worked in EMS, prehospital, ER. This is a must read.
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Rogue Dad, M.D. Aug 1
Friends I’d like to conduct an experiment to show the reach of Twitter as I teach the power of social media to trainees. Could you humor me and RT this just to see how many people we can reach in 24 hours? It’s Sat, 5PM central time in the US. Make me look good plz
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Matt Siedsma, MD Jul 9
Compare this w/ NPR article a few weeks ago. Suggests there is a reasonable amount of mitigation possible but won't happen if we just demand that all schools should open WITH NO PLAN. Plans to reopen schools HAVE to be nuanced, carefully considered, and carefully monitored.
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Matt Siedsma, MD Jul 4
Your local numbers going up? These threads are worth reviewing.
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Matt Siedsma, MD Jul 2
Emory physicians put together an visual intro to the ICU. Will be sharing with house staff next week.
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Matt Siedsma, MD Jun 28
Replying to @EmmGeezee
Thank YOU for making it. Sharing is the easy part.
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Matt Siedsma, MD Jun 28
Very excited for this document to be completed in a few days. I'll be passing it along to all of our residents, first year and otherwise.
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Matt Siedsma, MD Jun 26
You will also probably like Sharon Jones (RIP) & the Dap Kings. And the first Fitz & The Tantrums album. And St Paul & the Broken Bones.
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Brittany Jun 1
Teacher in me had to do this.. CHILDREN’S BOOKS THAT DISCUSS RACE & RACISM THREAD:
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Matt Siedsma, MD Jun 10
Mostly retweeting this for my own reference later. But will take the opportunity to say: remains one of my favorite follows over the last few years. She teaches invaluable lessons weekly. Her colleagues, trainees, and patients are incredibly lucky.
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Matt Siedsma, MD Jun 10
Excellent discussion of individualized and pragmatic risk assessment to help with mitigating COVID19 "alarm fatigue"
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Matt Siedsma, MD Jun 10
Another great ketamine resource here.
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Matt Siedsma, MD Jun 10
Great ketamine tips in this thread including how to deal with paradoxical emergence phenomenon.
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Matt Siedsma, MD Jun 8
Incredibly important reminder that nonviolence != non-action.
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Dave Pell Jun 6
One of the first acts of the Trump administration was to delay the issuance of this bill by a decade. People should march until it’s fast-tracked for 2020 as planned.
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Matt Siedsma, MD Jun 4
Replying to @Caulimovirus
I said "My problem is people preventing me from getting my family home." He kept yelling, I got behind wheel. I suggested he spend his time enforcing wait times for others. He said I should focus on having a better day. Height of my white privilege. And I was still pissed. 3/3
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Matt Siedsma, MD Jun 4
Replying to @Caulimovirus
Yelling about illegal parking. (True but what are my choices?) Wife getting into car, visibly pregnant. I'm throwing bags in trunk. He's still yelling. I suggest he could do better job of asking other cars to keep it moving instead of loitering. He asks if I have a problem. 2/3
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Matt Siedsma, MD Jun 4
Replying to @Caulimovirus
Good & bad interactions abound. Most recent negative interaction was at airport, picking up pregnant wife. Curb full of loitering cars, I'm making loops. Wife arrives to curb, nowhere to park. Throw on my hazards, hop out. Cop comes running over losing his mind. 1/2
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Randall Telfer Jun 1
An example of white privilege. You keep saying “it’s horrible that an innocent black man was killed, but destroying property has to stop”. Try saying “It’s horrible that property is being destroyed but killing innocent black men has to stop” Priorities. Make sense?
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