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Sam Ghali Sep 18
Here's an of a young man presenting in shock ECG reading is all about pattern recognition. Burn this morphology into your mind and when you see it think ↑K+. If you can recognize this and start treatment without labs one day you will save a life! K+ was 8.1 !
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Sam Ghali Sep 13
Watch this Amazing Angiogram: GIANT Left Main Coronary Artery Aneurysm! Courtesy:
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Amal Mattu Sep 15
Saturday AM intubation pearls What else would you add?
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Utah EM Ultrasound Sep 14
Critically ill patient? Ultrasound's got you covered. This impressive right heart strain + DVT scan = treatment for PE & preventing RV falling off Starling curve with more IV fluids! No doubt saves lives!
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Tricia Rae Pendergrast 21h
one of our fellows asked me how I "find good papers so quickly.." my responses: *opt for simple english (abdominal drain > paracentesis) *just google it! (but make sure to triple check the source) *check the bibliography of a related paper PLEASE ADD YOURS!
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Radiology Signs 13h
Q: What is this sign and what has happened? ANSWER: 
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Ryan Radecki 19h
Prescribe a fluoroquinolone, and your patient will literally explode!
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Enlightening Results Sep 18
Pro-tip: Drs, call your own practice to 👉schedule a new patient appt 👉ask a billing question 👉request medical records 👉leave an urgent message Excellent eye-opening opportunity.
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Nisa Cem Oren 12h
What are the common blinded areas in the cross-sectional brain imaging? Craniocervical junction, TMJ, upper cervical spine, parotid glands, vertebral flow voids. Any other areas?
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Brandon Morshedi 10h
Replying to @bbmorshedi
Up to 20% of patients with testicular torsion can present with complaints of isolated abdominal pain. You MUST examine the testicles in males with abdominal pain! 6/x
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Dr Sammy 19h
IO in humerus head vs tibia. Why do we tend to go for tibia in hospital? 🤔
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CPHCast 14m
This is something we've spoken about time & time again. 1st pass success in ETI. This is what's used in hospital. So why are we still using stylets? Or intubating flat patients? Remember: Bougie, Heads Up/ETSN, Call out structures.
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Critical Care Sep 19
Refractory septic shock: our pragmatic approach
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Pitt ECG Education Sep 18
Beat Blast: A 37yo woman who injects drugs presents with constitutional symptoms and is found to have 4/4 blood cultures with GPC's in clusters. She has the following EKG: Case link:
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Adeeb Al-Quthami, MD 16h
One of the main advantages of is its high accuracy/reproducibility in quantifying MR severity (non-invasively). MV repair with moderate MR (RF = 22%). Any other abnormalities?
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Brandon Morshedi 11h
Excited to start the and September 2018 Journal Club. Today’s topic...all about the testicular torsion. “Let’s get the BALL rolling” - 1/x
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Brandon Morshedi 10h
Replying to @bbmorshedi
Article #2 - testicular torsion myth busting Poorly sensitive and/or specific: 1) cremasteric reflex 2) testicular lie 3) timing of onset 4) color Doppler US Also, watch for “abd pain only” and the older pts with torsion. 4/x
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jason wagner 1h
Col Fieg QOD Q-Which of the following electrolyte abnormalities is most common in patients who present in diabetic ketoacidosis:  Na+, K+, phosphorus, or Ca++? A-Na+. Initial eunatremia or hyperNa++ is less common in DKA & signifies larger than typical free H2O deficit.
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Daniel Edmonston Sep 18
Fact 34: After kidney transplant, post-transplant erythrocytosis may occur which may increase the risk of DVT/PE and CVA events. Treat with ACEi or ARB to take advantage of the side effect of reducing Hb levels if the BP tolerates.
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John Mandrola, MD 22h
This is an effective presentation on recent trials of ASA. It’s great to have contributing on
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