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NilanthaL Jul 15
Reducing missed ACS: great literature review and informing a concise approach by A ll symptoms of ACS, not just chest pain C ardiogram comparison & interpretation S tratify using HEART score
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Sam Ghali Jul 13
If you take care of patients watch this AMAZING video captured during coronary bypass surgery. This is what actually happens to the atria! Courtesy:
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grepmed Jul 13
Abdominal Pain - Differential Diagnosis by Location via : images made searchable: "abdominal pain differential location" ->
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Paediatric FOAMed Jul 13
HEEADSSS - for psychosocial history taking in adolescents
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Musa A. Sharkawi Jul 11
Pre-op patient found to have a curious murmur during the evaluation. What is this classic finding?
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Radiology Signs Jul 18
Q: What is the name of this paediatric condition? ANSWER: 
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Gary D Peksa Jul 11
Do you know the FDA safety announcements for fluoroquinolones? 2008-tendinitis and rupture 2013-neuropathy 2016-restrict use in uncomplicated infxns 2016-disabling SEs 2018-low blood sugar and mental health SEs Use with caution!
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TheResusRoom Jul 15
Head Injury; Roadside to Resus Podcast, out now •Primary & secondary brain injury •Initial management •Neuroprotective ventilation •Hyperosmolar therapy •And more...
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thanks, FOAMed! Jul 16
Maybe people could learn how to put tubes in properly instead of using more and more crazy pieces of equipment not designed for that purpose and propagating that on the Tweeter?
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EMSPOCUS Jul 11
What all can you learn from just one view of the heart? A surprisingly large amount, it turns out. Follow us and to see how we’re doing more to make ultrasound simple
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Cody Couperus Jul 18
3 stages of ultrasound learning: get the images, interpret the images, and apply to clinical practice. It feels like we teach image acquisition over and over. We need to talk about interpretation and implementation more!
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Eman AlJishi Jul 19
Today’s best case! Cath lab activated - proximal LAD thrombus.
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Manual Of Medicine Jul 18
Causes of upper gastrointestinal bleeding .
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Sam Ghali Jul 11
Hemorrhagic Tamponade Blood enters the pericardial space and smothers the heart. You will only have a small window of time to act. Echo your shock patients, be able to recognize this, and one day you will save a life.
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Manual Of Medicine Jul 14
Arachidonic acid pathway and drugs which affect it.
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Musa A. Sharkawi Jul 12
Pt long lost to follow-up presents acutely ill. Dramatic set of images. (Thread).
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GomerBlog Jul 17
CLARIFICATION: The charting should have read, 'I don't see any reason why it wouldn't be anesthesia.'"
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GomerBlog Jul 15
Remember, friends, every new follower is a potential colleague! Or another Eugene Gu.
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Tim Montrief Jul 17
A GCS less than 8 is not an absolute indication for intubation. A GCS less than 8 is not an absolute indication for intubation. A GCS less than 8 is not an absolute indication for intubation. If I keep saying it, will everyone eventually listen?
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Radiopaedia.org 10h
We have officially passed beyond 30,000 cases! 🎉 All free and accessible globally. A true testament to the collaborative spirit of health professionals around the world. Big thank you especially to our editorial team who are simply amazing.
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