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theRadiologist Mar 16
Review areas on a pelvic X-Ray - never be drawn into the main abnormality but always continue your systematic review! Who knows what else could be hiding on the film...
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Manual Of Medicine 12h
Breathing Assessment in Trauma Patient .
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Tim Montrief Mar 18
Pro tip- Large eustachian valve can cause a false negative bubble study!
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EmergncyMedicineNews Mar 16
Dr. James Roberts and spell out the A to Z in managing , a common ED presentation that can be dastardly if not treated properly
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The Crit ☁ 15h
Do we really know what we do? One single sedation with 200mg of Propofol for a short procedure disrupts your sleeping pattern fror one week!! Excellent talk by Dan Longrois
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VCU Ultrasound Mar 17
What the Heck is in the Right Atrium? Find out below.
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Salim R. Rezaie, MD Mar 17
The Death of MONA in ACS: Morphine: Oxygen: Nitroglycerin: Aspirin:
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Dr. Olly 13h
Candida oesophagitis: Consider in a susceptible patient with dysphagia, but a normal oropharynx. Treat with oral fluconazole; nystatin swish and swallow is NOT effective.
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ICU Papers Mar 15
That’s why we should NEVER use epinephrine for cardiogenic shock: increase in cardiac double product and oxygen consumption, in addition to metabolic acidosis due hyperlactatemia, lead to refractory shock and a trend towards increased mortality.
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Sergey Motov Mar 17
This is how the the best conference is created! Bravo!!! 👏👏👏
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theRadiologist Mar 15
What is the ‘loss of silhouette sign’? This is a really important sign on CXR - remember if you lose a cardiac or mediastinal contour it implies pathology within the neighbouring lobe of the lung...
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Tony Manci M.S. Mar 18
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Mansour Almunajem Mar 18
Good to know that I was practicing evidence-based medicine without even knowing it. CC all my ED friends.
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Jonathan Kei, MD MPH Mar 16
REAL CRIC Trainer workshop this week with our residents. You can do it too, simply check out our instructions published in JEM and the video:
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Viveta Lobo Mar 17
Not something I typically look for on ECHO, but when it's there, and fit's the clinical picture, its a win! 94 yr male with syncope. ECHO showed thickened and sclerotic appearing aortic valves c/w aortic stenosis.
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UC EM Residency 15h
Delivery inbound! Get some critical info with these OB POCUS tips
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Tim Montrief Mar 18
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Brian Cole Mar 15
Look how subtle this acetabular fracture is on initial film. Both-column fracture at R acetabulum, extending cephalad through iliac crest.
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Matthew Watto Mar 15
We are thrilled to be a part of this year’s . Four great episodes w/various nephro all-stars, plus ridiculous kidney puns
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Tim Montrief Mar 18
Excited to share our newest pub on Transcranial Doppler. Very useful to evaluate: -Midline shift -Vasospasm -Ischemic stroke (+tpA efficacy) -↑ ICP -CPP during resus
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