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McGill Emergency Med 6 Jun 17
Team East,the 2nd place! Bravo!!
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McGill Emergency Med 6 Jun 17
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Ken Milne 5 May 17
Post Star Wars Day - Revenge of the 5th See all 6 EM Myths from Grand Rounds
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Ken Milne 30 Apr 17
Review of Ottawa CPCM Rule on the SGEM with
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McGill Emergency Med 26 Apr 17
Thanks for an amazing rounds! Podcast out Sunday!
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Ken Milne 26 Apr 17
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Ken Milne 20 Apr 17
Looking forward to another trip to McGill University next week for SGEM Journal Club
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McGill Emergency Med 20 Apr 17
How many pts with chest pain do you think can be safely removed from cardiac monitoring in the ED?
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McGill Emergency Med 20 Apr 17
Just finished recording with Dr. Milne and Dr. Venk in prep for our upcoming rounds next week!
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McGill Emergency Med 31 Mar 17
Congrats @socraticoath! Top resident presentation at our annual research day
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Olivier Lavigueur 1 Mar 17
Checking carms results. Congrats to Nina di nicola and Seth Davis!!
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Anali Maneshi 2 Feb 17
Great lecture by Dr. on using US to assess fluid responsiveness during rounds
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McGill Emergency Med 9 Nov 16
motorsport medicine at rounds today. Thanks
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EchoLog 26 Oct 16
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 7 Oct 16
Great job . CEUS ultrasound app logging!
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Wayne Choi 7 Oct 16
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McGill Emergency Med 5 Oct 16
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 5 Oct 16
Which strategy you currently use in order to decrease the potential of bronchial aspiration in emergency intubation ?
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Wayne Choi 4 Oct 16
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Laurie Robichaud 28 Sep 16
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