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Parth Parikh
Cardiology Fellow | CCF IMRP Alum | Husband |(Tweets are my own)
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Aditi Patel May 31
Most common cause of death in SLE patients affected by disease for more than 5 years is cardiovascular disease. Reminder to assess for ASCVD risk factors in SLE patients
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venu menon May 10
Important guidance led by Alice Jacobs. Privileged to be a contributor. Temporary Emergency Guidance to STEMI Systems of Care During the COVID-19 Pandemic: AHA's Mission: Lifeline | Circulation
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Ben Alencherry Apr 23
Awesome clinical draft to select our outpatient staff/mentors for the next 2 years just before the
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Neil Mehta Mar 26
Let's destigmatize wearing of non-surgical masks by the public. With large # of asymptomatic cases, if everyone wears masks we could reduce droplet transmission when we come out of the shut-downs
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Chris White Mar 25
Ochsner hospital just asked all patient-facing personnel to wear surgical masks at work. Not to protect themselves from infection, but to prevent them from unknowingly infecting patients and colleagues.
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Neil Mehta Mar 25
Covert coronavirus infections could be seeding outbreak ~ 50% of cases caused by asymptomatic cases. Makes a case for masks to prevent infecting others Maybe Asia got is right and the West got it wrong?
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Rob Montgomery Mar 24
<—not an expert. I don’t see a reason why hospitals couldn’t limit spread from asymptomatic carriers of COVID-19 by taking two swabs from large cohort of staff regularly. Run a single test that combined the swabs of 100 staff members. If positive, then run the individual swabs.
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Michael Rothberg Mar 24
Ohio had another 122 cases today, which represents a 28% increase from yesterday's total. Makes 2 days in a row with sub-30% increase. Looks like we are starting to . Good job OH!
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Ankur Kalra Mar 22
Dear and , this randomized controlled trial (yes, the gold standard of evidence in Medicine) unequivocally showed that cloth masks (read “bandanas”) don’t work in curbing the droplet spread of viral infection.
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Jonathan H Chen Mar 18
Higher co-infection rates (>20%) in COVID19 at Stanford med. Can't rely on stepwise triage algorithm. (E.g., Patient RSV or Flu+, enough chance of COVID19 that you can't rule it out)
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Shine Raju Mar 16
In a summary report of 44672 cases of Rt-PCR +ve reported in JAMA, 1716 infected were healthcare personnel, of which 247 were in the severe or critical category. Five deaths confirmed and many more critically ill. Risk to doctors and HCPs is real.
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Neil Mehta Mar 15
Necessity is the mother of invention. There is a word “Juggad” in India which means hack. People in 3rd world countries have to come up with this all the time. In case you need a laugh
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Prabhleen Chahal,MD,FASGE,FACG Mar 15
Following all societal suggestions DDSI leadership has decided to cancel all elective endoscopies .🙏🏼
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Caroline Mar 15
We now have a google doc full of students willing to babysit for residents and fellows at - the document will be sent out shortly. Thanks for everyone’s help in getting this initiative going
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Roosha Mar 14
and Have the fellows been given accommodation to not be crowded in the fellows room or more importantly reading rooms. Are you practicing to help even in the hospital?
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Apurva Patel Mar 8
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Mo Elshazly MD Feb 5
Terrible news. Last night, we suddenly lost a fantastic teacher, mentor and most importantly a true gentleman and wonderful human being. Please keep him and his family in your thoughts and prayers. Dr. David Taylor
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CCF Cardiology Fellows Dec 4
Very proud and grateful for another excellent fellowship match. A warm welcome to the incoming class of 2020!
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JGIM Journal of General Internal Medicine Nov 12
What drives antibiotic prescribing in upper respiratory tract infections? Find out the difference in approaches for high and low prescribers.
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Michael Rothberg Oct 25
Want to know the difference between physicians who do and don't prescribe unnecessary antibiotics for URIs? Ask them: Great work by and the team at CVCR.
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