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Natalie Desouza
ALiEM Resident Editor, PGY-4 Emergency Medicine Resident
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Natalie Desouza 18 Nov 13
Therapeutic normothermia? More is research needed on what temp is optimal.
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Michelle Lin, MD 18 Nov 13
ALiEM-Annals global journal club on CT Utilization in the ED - it starts TODAY -
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Michelle Lin, MD 2 Oct 13
10 ALiEM blog posts were expert-peer reviewed in Sept. Read sample quotes and a summary listing by -
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Michelle Lin, MD 11 Sep 13
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Michelle Lin, MD 3 Sep 13
ALiEM is now an open, post-publication, expert peer reviewed blog! taking the lead. So excited!
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Natalie Desouza 27 Apr 13
@ToxHead "why dont you put it on the ole raderydoodah". Yah a bit like that :-)
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Natalie Desouza 20 Mar 13
congrats on receiving the Kaiser award for excellence in teaching. Much deserved!
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Natalie Desouza 13 Mar 13
Replying to @hmchunge @M_Lin
I dont know, but I am interested. I think partial dosing for PE is where the money is.
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Natalie Desouza 12 Mar 13
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Natalie Desouza 12 Mar 13
what dose did they use? The paper Michelle put up uses half dose of tpa which makes sense & safer
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smacc 12 Mar 13
Most conflicts are easy. Just do what's right for the patient-
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Natalie Desouza 12 Mar 13
Replying to @prehospitalpro
droperidol + ketamine= Drop kick
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Natalie Desouza 12 Mar 13
Replying to @M_Lin @ZEDPharm
well if I have a moderate PE please have draw up 50mg IV for me.
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Natalie Desouza 12 Mar 13
Low tidal volumes for all?.
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Natalie Desouza 12 Mar 13
Bay Area residency joint journal club
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Natalie Desouza 12 Mar 13
Watching the master at work.
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Natalie Desouza 25 Jan 13
Replying to @VituityTox
@ToxHead Iv fluids, Tx k, if unstable then pressors & high dose insulin which would drive down the k & tx bb OD. Dig Level, EKG, trop.
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Natalie Desouza 25 Jan 13
Replying to @VituityTox
@ToxHead high dose insulin, dig level. If they worsen, use pressors
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Natalie Desouza 24 Jan 13
Lidocaine for renal colic, worth a try in patients who cant have NSAIDS
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Natalie Desouza 24 Dec 12
Replying to @VituityTox
@ToxHead to be fair, I'd snicker either way. I am an equal opportunity snicker-er.
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