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ACEP Members May 20
Case: • 16 y/o female, fever, headache, word-finding difficulties • Temp 102.2°F • Lip erythematous lesion • Neuro exam: nonfocal • LP: xanthochromic CSF • MRI: edema, petechial hemorrhage, gray matter enhancement w/in medial L temporal lobe
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Jonny Wilkinson May 21
Need help with lung ultrasound? Here is the BLUE protocol in infographic form. Thx for the peer review! Download here
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Manual Of Medicine May 16
Algorithmic Approach to Peripheral Cyanosis .
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John Moeller May 20
Happy Monday!!! - from the happiest strangulated umbilical hernia in the world 🤪 Hernia + proximal SBO on US = OR now Pt was not so... happy
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The Curbsiders May 19
The great serves up pearls: pathophysiology, current and future best practices that will blow your mind. Notes-
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Radiology Signs May 20
Q: An elegant rarely discovered sign. What is it? ANSWER:
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Manual Of Medicine May 22
Sites of Action of Drugs that Interfere with the Renin-Angiotensin-Aldosterone system .
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Salim R. Rezaie, MD May 18
Don't Prescribe Tramadol via Tramadol is an unpredictable med with some pts getting no pain relief at all while others will get much higher opioid concentrations than you expect
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Brad Sobolewski May 16
The next PEMPix Classic goes live tomorrow morning shortly after 7AM EST. Can you guess the diagnosis? Here's a teaser image...
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Radiology Signs May 16
Q: Can you make a "spot" diagnosis? ANSWER:
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Christine Butts May 22
From the really scary files: patient with syncope and reported positive UPT at home.
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Justin Morgenstern May 20
Don't prescribe codeine Much like tramadol, its a bad drug.
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Amal Mattu May 16
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Justin Morgenstern May 23
Prescribing the Pink Lady? This study says there is no value in adding viscous lidocaine to an antacid
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UAB Emergency Ultrasound May 16
Special edition! 36F w HTN, DM2, c/o R flank pain, n/v. performed. What's the diagnosis? Next steps?
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Essentials of EM May 16
Which pressor? says: Norepi: Almost every type of shock. Mobilizes fluid from periph vasc as fluid bolus Epinephrine: Anaphylaxis Dopamine: Causes tachydysrhythmias. 3rd line. Only for hypotensive & brady Vasopressin: 2nd line to norepi
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Salim R. Rezaie, MD May 19
Should we use Closed Chest Compressions in Traumatic Cardiac Arrest? via
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Radiology Signs May 17
Q: One of the quirkier signs on the block. Can you name it and the responsible paediatric condition? ANSWER:
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Salim R. Rezaie, MD May 16
PECARN Pediatric Head Ct Algorithm Presented at
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Justin Berk, MD MPH MBA May 21
This is a great one. Great episode to check out of you haven’t listened to
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