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Eric Abrams, MD Nov 15
is confusing. There are too many concentrations we run into in the emergency department. So I made a chart to help simply this for my residents; I figured I'd also share with the twitter people. Any feedback would be appreciated.
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The Bipolar Doc Nov 16
I am a paediatrician. I look after sick kids. I am also a patient. A mental health patient. Yesterday I had therapy. Every week I have therapy. I am speaking out, because no one should feel alone. Drs are human too. Let’s get that message out.
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Justin Morgenstern Nov 18
It’s never clear to me why some old posts get giant spikes in traffic, but I am really happy that thousands of people have wanted to read about the evidence for stroke thrombolysis in the last few days
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Jeremy Amayo Nov 14
Check out this lung simulator for teaching negative pressure ventilation and physiology of pneumothorax! 60cc syringe + part of a nitrile glove 🤓
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Sam Ghali, M.D. Nov 19
Here's a femoral nerve block that was done on a 2-year-old with a femur fracture You can see the needle coming in laterally and injecting anesthetic around the nerve. He stopped crying instantly. His heart rate came down from 130 to 90. He smiled! Learn this block!
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Pietro Pettenella 2m
The current “symptom quality” paradigm was created 45 years ago and is not evidence-based; a newer paradigm, based on timing and triggers, is more consistent with best evidence.
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Mubarak Alhatemi Nov 15
69 male with chest pain in ED
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velia marta antonini 8m
Mechanical ventilation on veno-venous support Schmidt M webinar take home messages... we have so many answers studies are needed! miss the talk? do not worry soon recordings available open access on website!
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Ken Milne 13h
Dear friends. This morning my dad died. I’m not ok...but I will be ok. Thank you for all your support and kindness.
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ACEP - Members 29m
"New educational platforms are changing the way learners engage ... and how research is translated into practice." "The rapid expansion & increasing influence of in EM suggests a need for ethical analysis." Addressing the ethical issues of FOAM:
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🤶⛄ thanks HOHOHOMed ⛄🤶 Nov 18
Weird flex, but ok
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EndocrineWeb 18m
With Diagnosis of , Assessment for NAFLD Should Follow
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Brian Doyle Nov 19
Battlefield acupuncture in the ED... what a spectacular placebo!
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grepmed 5m
BATTLE CAMP: Causes of Hemoptysis via : images made searchable to bookmark: "Hemoptysis Mnemonic" ->
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Balaji A 32m
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Michael Doyle, DO 2h
Oleander is so toxic (and common throughout the US), that local organic honey harvested near this plant can cause acute oleander toxicity (similar to digitalis)
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Salim R. Rezaie, MD Nov 12
HTN During Pregnancy via 4 Types of HTN During Pregnancy: 1. Chronic HTN of Pregnancy 2. Gestatational HTN 3. Pre-Eclampsia 4. Eclampsia
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Nadia I. Awad Nov 14
A Breath of Fresh Air: Nebulized TXA for Hemoptysis | Guest post on EMPharmD by Raniah Aljadeed, PharmD |
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Danny Leiva DO MS Nov 15
Suprasternal view of aortic dissection! Suspect with (even only if 2 of 3) pain to back, tearing in nature, abrupt in onset. HTN? think type B, descending. Type A (ascending) can have normal pressure. Quick 15 min review by :
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The Curbsiders Nov 19
Your dx skills are weak. Solve these mystery cases and improve your clinical reasoning w/tips from Listen- Notes-
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