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Rajiv Thavanathan
PGY5 FRCP Emergency Medicine/POCUS resident in Ottawa, Canada +/ music, comedy, vintage guitars, sandwiches. Occ host 'Best Case Ever' podcast. he/him
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Rajiv Thavanathan 10h
Replying to @smittytoo @mykkymcg
It's kind of an anti-antipsychotic
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Rajiv Thavanathan 15h
3) Do I need to take prophylactic Cipro if I eat this
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Rajiv Thavanathan 16h
Do you stratify by food? Most meat? Good to go. Ground meat? Ya gettin smelled. Milk? Ya gettin smelled. Yogurt? Would never throw out. Shrimp? Danger is my middle name.
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Rajiv Thavanathan 16h
"best" before = "good enough" after
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Rajiv Thavanathan 16h
Replying to @Neeeks_
I'm a contour queen!
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Rajiv Thavanathan 20h
Replying to @KrishanYadavMD
omg Chintinalli it was right there
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Rajiv Thavanathan 21h
Replying to @KrishanYadavMD
If you had a chin(s) like mine you'd be adding Tintinalli too
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Rajiv Thavanathan 23h
Replying to @Caulimovirus @ercowboy
Card carrying member of the Flat Endoplasmic Reticulum Society
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Rajiv Thavanathan 23h
I've fully become Zoom bae. Don't forget to hit like & subscribe!
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Rajiv Thavanathan 23h
^ yeah for sure- it's hard to say there's a definitive right/wrong IRL answer given different availability of immediate rads/point-of-care imaging, ICU/interventional, no ecg/trop/echo findings, need for transfer, different acceptance of YEARS/Klein, and shared decision making.
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Rajiv Thavanathan Oct 19
Replying to @dennisbhooper
might try this with Dookie later tonight
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Faizan Khan Oct 17
can happen to anyone, anytime. Day is a global initiative to increase public awareness of bystander (most important predictor of survival). Sharing our article on 5 things to know about .
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Omnintensivist Oct 19
My practice board exam question today. Emergency Medicine people please vote and/or discuss 25 yo pregnant (22 weeks) patient. Presents dyspneic, tachycardic, alkalotic, paO2 80, +leg swelling. CXR clear. VQ scanner is broken. Your next study is:
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Rajiv Thavanathan Oct 19
^ my guy!
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Jacqueline Novak 20 Sep 18
when I take a sharp turn in a conversation, someone will assume i am going off on a tangent and might encourage me to “get to the point,” but actually they’re the fools because I was trying to escort them on a SECANT which would have gotten us all to the point quicker
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Rajiv Thavanathan Oct 18
?!?!!?!? "Or [aka] Jumbo Joe, familiarly, less a descriptor of his six-foot-four, 230-pound heft than a tribute to Jumbo the Elephant who ended up as road kill in Thornton’s home town of St. Thomas, Ont. — the circus star struck by a freight train."
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Rajiv Thavanathan Oct 18
Replying to @sam_halman
If you haven't tried to smother your patient with a car tire are you even really doing acute medicine
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Rajiv Thavanathan Oct 17
Apparently they're slightly different!!! I never realized there's various kinds haha this is what I always just assumed Twiddlers was...
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Rajiv Thavanathan Oct 17
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Rajiv Thavanathan Oct 16
One of the other residents last night mentioned he couldn't calibrate the tonopen, I got to break out this classic gem.
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