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Anali Maneshi Feb 2
Great lecture by Dr. on using US to assess fluid responsiveness during rounds
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McGill Emergency Med Nov 9
motorsport medicine at rounds today. Thanks
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EchoLog Oct 26
ONE TIME ONLY: With our Quebec roots holding the conference, EchoLog is FREE for 3 days! Get it here!
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McGill Emergency Med Oct 7
Great job . CEUS ultrasound app logging!
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Wayne Choi Oct 7
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McGill Emergency Med Oct 5
Since Erythromycin is getting used by the GI to clear the stomach before endoscopy,do you think it can be used for emergency intubation?
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McGill Emergency Med Oct 5
Which strategy you currently use in order to decrease the potential of bronchial aspiration in emergency intubation ?
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Wayne Choi Oct 4
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Laurie Robichaud Sep 28
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Olivier Lavigueur Sep 28
Use POCUS to scan shoulders for 1) Dx of dislocation 2) confirmation of reduction 3) joint infiltration. Thanks
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McGill Emergency Med Sep 11
What do you do in your patients with low pretest probability of PE?
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McGill Emergency Med Sep 7
McGill EM Rounds : How to reduce Colles fracture ?
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McGill Emergency Med Sep 11
What do you use for your pretest PE probability?
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McGill Emergency Med Sep 7
McGill EM Rounds : How to reduce Colles fracture ?
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McGill Emergency Med Sep 7
McGill EM Rounds : How to reduce Colles fracture ?
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McGill Emergency Med Sep 7
McGill EM Rounds : EM LLSA series starting with an article about the use of Colchicine in patient with acute and recurrent pericarditis .
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McGill Emergency Med Sep 7
McGill EM Rounds : The recommended initial dose is 0.2 - 0.4 mg even for chronic users patients. There is no real downside of that.
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McGill Emergency Med Sep 7
McGill EM Rounds : the initial dose of 0.04 mg of Naloxone came from a not well done methodology single article.
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McGill Emergency Med Sep 5
FRCP Emergency Medicine : 2016-2017.
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McGill Emergency Med Aug 31
thanks for a great talk on difficult airways
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