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Sarah E Jul 12
For those at my infographic to help you remember assessing neurology upper limbs in children... here’s some stuff I’ve developed to help with Paeds Elbows
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Manual Of Medicine Jul 16
Pathogenesis of Rheumatic Fever .
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Manual Of Medicine Jul 19
Myocarditis - Pathogenesis and Clinical Findings .
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Manual Of Medicine Jul 13
Differential Diagnosis for Abdominal Left Upper Quadrant (LUQ) Mass .
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Radiology Signs Jul 12
Q: What post mastectomy complication is seen? ANSWER:
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Jonny Wilkinson Jul 18
Ever get confused with what’s best for your patients as far as fast-track major joint surgery is concerned?! Here is our infographic on it…choose your menu! Download and keep here
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wandering_er Jul 18
ECG pearl from 🔺Reciprocal changes precede the ST elevation in MI 🔺T wave inversion in aVL occurs before ST elevation ➡️ get serial ECGs. Could be the early sign of inferior wall STEMI Note: flipped T wave in aVL can be a normal in LVH & LBBB
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Salim R. Rezaie, MD Jul 18
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Catchmeifyoucan Jul 18
33 year old man. He came to ER for palpitation for a 10 second. No chest pain. No drug use. No diabetes and CAD story. Also this patient had an ablation for PVC a year ago. What is your diagnosis?
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wandering_er Jul 13
Today was a day of a lot of firsts: ✅Central line ✅POCUS echo ✅POCUS PTX scan ❎Failed 1st attempt intubation (which I learned a lot from& Pt thankfully did okay) ✅Removed play-doh from ear ✅Confirmed IUP with abdominal US Good day overall
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emDOCs Team Jul 19
R.E.B.E.L. EM - Wernicke Encephalopathy by via
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Radiology Signs Jul 19
Q: What do you think is the diagnosis in this 85yo man? ANSWER:
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Mike Estreicher, MD Jul 14
Dime bags have some use after all! 🤣 Neck skin using ecoflex with synthetic blood.
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Rabih Geha Jul 18
I’m reminded of this everyday: Normal labs ≠ no problem. Many bleeding issues show up on basic labs; some do not. What are we missing here, ?
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Ben Harris Jul 14
Pulled out several schema from during night float the last 2 weeks to start the workup on my patients! Thanks for all your hard work!
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Radiopaedia.org Jul 15
Q: Unable to weight bear after twisting ankle. Diagnosis? ANSWER:
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padraic Jul 15
"To date, no human patient study has demonstrated clear benefit from the application of a rigid cervical collar in patients with neck injury" (Stanton et al., 2017) Why does JRCALC (UK Ambulance Guidance) class them as "acceptable" in their 2019 update?
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Philippe Rola Jul 12
H&R2019 Lecture Series: GI POCUS with Kylie Baker, .
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Sergey Motov Jul 17
1/2 Hey collective: what is the coolest, interesting, even controversial treatment modality have your tried in your ED’s to alleviate patients’ pain? Care to share?
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Radiopaedia.org Jul 16
Q: What causes this "starry sky" appearance? ANSWER:
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