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Michael Cearns Nov 29
My last focused on the GCS. Now let's look at another hugely important clinical window into the brain: the pupil. What does a 'blown pupil' really imply? What about small fixed pupils? To understand this, we need to see how pupil size is governed. 1/20
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Sam Ghali, M.D. Dec 3
Here's a great ultrasound showing an unexpected MASSIVE internal jugular vein thrombosis. Also note the carotid artery is immediately deep to the vein. This is why we use ultrasound when placing central lines!
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NephSIM Dec 4
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NephSIM 53m
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Manual Of Medicine Dec 3
Clinical Assessment of Spinal Cord Tracts .
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Justin Morgenstern Nov 30
COVID-19 is spread by aerosols: an evidence review We have been ignoring this science for far too long. Time to make COVID management evidence based.
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Manual Of Medicine 20h
Beta Thalassemia Major - Pathophysiology, Signs, Symptoms .
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Hans van Schuppen 4h
How can we optimize management and during advanced life support? Check out my review (open access), hot-off-the-press;
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Michael Hartung 20h
Today I am reminded of just how amazing 's websites are for learning neuroradiology. 's 61 full DICOM cases hosted by ! Check out that 🐯-stripe
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Fredrik Granholm Dec 2
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Aaron Rutman, MD Dec 2
Neuroanatomy TOTD #12 The green structure is the amygdala (amygdaloid body) and the yellow structure is the stria terminalis (ST). 1/18
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SAEM EBM IG Dec 3
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PEMinfographics Dec 4
Interpreting cervical spine X-rays in children from Dr Ruth Wear and
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PEMinfographics Dec 3
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Gopal Punjabi Nov 30
Chest X-Ray with stents in the right coronary artery (blue) and left circumflex (yellow).
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Salim R. Rezaie, MD 9h
COVID-19 is Spread by Aerosols: An Evidence Review via
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Dr Supradip Ghosh Nov 28
Empiric Prescription of Antibiotic. 2-Possible Options. Option 1: Immediate prescription. Less likely to be appropriate . Option 2: Wait for investigations. Likely to be appropriate. Option 2 is desirable in most cases. Exceptions: Septic Shock, Pyogenic meningitis.
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Manual Of Medicine Nov 26
Tests for Viral Hepatitis and Selected Liver Disorders .
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Salim R. Rezaie, MD Dec 3
Aromatherapy vs Oral Ondansetron for Antiemetic Therapy in ED Patients via -Aromatherapy > Zofran in reducing N/V at 30min & ED LOS -Perfect for triage when IV access is delayed -Aromatherapy is simple, quick, safe, & inexpensive
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Salim R. Rezaie, MD 21h
COVID-19 Pathophysiology: Are Platelets & Serotonin Playing a Bigger Role than we Think? with Damaged Pulmonary Endothelium --> Platelet Hyperactivation --> Platelet Granule Release --> Excess Serotonin
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