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Rabih Geha
Lifegoals: endless curiosity and compassion. Fuel: family, philosophy, medicine & math.
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Rabih Geha 3h
is a gem - thank you And he's right. cannot do this without you. You can learn more about these RLR episodes and how you can help here
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The Curbsiders 12h
We've done it! Introducing Pediatric Medicine Podcast! Episode 1: w/Dr. Whittney Warren. Listen- Notes-
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The Clinical Problem Solvers 9h
A little unsteady... , we are excited to share our new ataxia schema with you! Many thanks to for his work on this schema! Find the schema here: And on the app here:
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Rabih Geha 6h
- nothing gives a learner like me more joy than hearing you are enjoying the episode. Really means a lot. Thank you. <3
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Robert Centor 6h
is doing 2 of his favorite things this morning - running and listening to - episode 103 - abdominal pain Reminds me that all learners should read the first few chapters of Cope’s Early Diagnosis of the Acute Abdomen
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Maani Kamal 6h
This is one of my favorite schemas! Also, if you’re a learner in need of a pick me up after a dispiriting experience, please listen to the first 5 mins of episode 43 where outlines the cookie jar concept and continues to inspire the community🖤🤍
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Rabih Geha 7h
Replying to @chocolate_zen
Wow - love the mnemonic!!
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IDSA Medical Education Community of Practice 21h
1/ This week’s posts will be devoted to actions that individual educators and programs can take to address racial inequities in and
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Nikita Deshpande 21h
In the spirit of , a 7/5 VMR 🧵 Was (finally) brave enough to discuss today! What an experience! I uncovered lots of knowledge gaps, but so grateful to the VMR community for creating this positive space ♥️ (1/9)
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Rabih Geha Jul 5
Replying to @arturohdez_i
🙏🏼🙏🏼👊🏼
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Rabih Geha Jul 5
Replying to @rav7ks
Thank you so much my friend.
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Rabih Geha Jul 5
Replying to @shreyas_rn
🙏🏼🙏🏼
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uché blackstock, md Jul 5
My 5-year-old: ‘Mama, you don’t dress like a doctor.’ Me: ‘Doctors can dress many different types of ways, precious.’ 📸 credit: 5-year-old
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Rabih Geha Jul 5
Replying to @AlecTheThird
🤣🤣 I knew you’d take this schema to another level,
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Rabih Geha Jul 5
Replying to @rabihmgeha
Ok..time for the replay button. Step 1: It's all about the accompanying symptoms. Step 2: Isolated fatigue? Careful. Is it actually exercise intolerance? Thanks for joining :)
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Rabih Geha Jul 5
Replying to @rabihmgeha
Back to #1. Isolated fatigue, unrelated to exertion? We have some work to do. More on that next time.
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Rabih Geha Jul 5
Replying to @rabihmgeha
#2 = If the fatigue is related to exertion, we enter into a WHOLE new world, friends. The universe of exercise intolerance, where the rules are simple: 1. Are we low on fuel? 2. Or is it that we can't move because the wheels aren't working right?
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Rabih Geha Jul 5
Replying to @rabihmgeha
Take a close look at this graph. It's just fatigue. Isolated fatigue. But it REALLY matters when that fatigue is perceived. # 1 = fatigue is always present, regardless of exertion.
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Rabih Geha Jul 5
Replying to @rabihmgeha
Alright, time for second gear. Ready? Step 2: Fatigue and you get nothing else. The landscape is flat. Nothing else in sight. Be careful. Slow down. Back to neutral. A misstep here could be costly. (Yes - I still have mild PTSD from learning to drive manual 😂)
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Rabih Geha Jul 5
Replying to @ytk_lau
Fatigue + abdominal pain You know what to do. Study the abdominal pain and look no further than 's approach:
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