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GrepMed Jul 1
New Intern Series - EKG Interpretation Cheat Sheet by Dr. Henry Del Rosario Search "EKG Cheat Sheet" to find and bookmark this image on GrepMed ->
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Andrew M. Ibrahim MD, MSc Jul 1
1/ Happy July 1st! I remember my intern year getting a lot of pages & struggling to work through them. Overtime, I saw the patterns & took notes... so I present to you: Common Intern Calls (Yes - as an intern I didn't know how to forward the pagers)
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RxKeySlides Jun 30
Calcium Channel Blockers refresher, highlighting key differences between DHPs (dihydropryridines) and Non-DHPs. Additional safety concerns include hypotension with or without syncope and hepatic impairment. Non-DHPs are also substrates of CYP3A4.
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GrepMed Jun 29
Acid Base Disorders - Blood Gas Interpretation via Search "Acid Base diagnosis" to find and bookmark this image on GrepMed ->
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Rohan Gupta Jun 27
Useful way to remember drugs for anaphylaxis: ⚠️ think ‘Achoo’ 🤧 A - adrenaline C - chlorphenamine H - hydrocortisone O²- oxygen
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NephSIM 23h
Case 1: A 58 y/o with a rash, , & hypocomplementemia Our mnemonic for ⬇️ complement diseases: 🏆CHAMPS🏆 C-ryo H-eavy chain DD A-theroembolic dz M-PGN P-IGN S-LE nephritis
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GrepMed 19h
New Intern Series: Hyponatremia Diagnosis and Management Algorithms Search "Hyponatremia algorithm" to find and bookmark these images on GrepMed ->
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Manual Of Medicine 20h
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Manual Of Medicine Jul 1
Suggested Algorithm for Patients with Acute Lower Gastrointestinal (GI) Bleeding .
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Manual Of Medicine Jun 29
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Manual Of Medicine Jun 30
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adrian baranchuk Jul 1
Welcome to ECG University: FREE ACCESS. In ECG Univ V1: basic ECG. IN ECG Univ V2: ECG of cardiac devices. ECG teachers of all around the world. An initiative of . Evreybody welcome!
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Meredith Greer Jun 30
! Thank you for your enthusiasm and your patience! We are so excited to present you our 1st installation of our visual guidebook! Thx to all who made it happen - couldn't have done it without my students! ! 🤗
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Gopal Punjabi Jun 26
Which side would you put the chest tube? Right Left Bilateral No chest tube needed
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RCEMLearning Jun 30
BIG NEWS! Need help with your August Induction? We are now offering FREE access to a huge range of peer reviewed Learning Modules. Automatic completion logged for supervisors to view, and uploaded to your online RCEM CPD. More information here
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Gopal Punjabi Jul 1
Young M, shortness of breath. CT PE study performed. Diagnosis?
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Manual Of Medicine Jun 26
Antihypertensive Agents Preferred in Specific Patient Populations .
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Samira Farouk, MD, MS, FASN Jul 1
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Radiopaedia.org 12h
Q: What has happened here? What needs to happen next? ANSWER:
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Core EM Jul 1
Daily core content ☕️ Ddx for undifferentiated shock: Distributive vs Hypovolemic vs Cardiogenic vs Obstructive. Your RUSH exam can help aid diagnosis quickly!
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