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David Lyness 20h
The cast of a cardiac arrest thread! Ortho showing up to a cardiac arrest.
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Leben Tefera Nov 14
Fun fact: the dorsalis pedis pulse is congenitally absent in approximately 10% of individuals. Conversely, the absence of a posterior tibial pulse is always abnormal
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Andrew Merelman Nov 15
is an adjunct to foundational education. Textbooks are still essential to developing a knowledge base and FOAMed acts as a supplment and ongoing update.
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Amardeep Riyat Nov 14
FOI through an iGel? )I can never remember what tubes can go down what size device!)
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Amal Mattu Nov 15
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Claire molloy Nov 14
Daily doodle #4 - Sickle Cell Crisis - Ouch 😫
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Joel Porter Nov 15
does NOT replace text books. It’s not a teaching curriculum.
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Radiology Signs Nov 11
Q: Makes me thirsty for a Pepsi! What is the diagnosis? ANSWER:
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MaimoUltrasound Nov 13
Elderly male with one day of intermittent chest burning. Here is the ECG and POCUS. What's abnormal? Dispo?
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Salim R. Rezaie, MD Nov 15
Why Does Keep You Up to Date? Textbooks = Content 5yrs old Journals = Content 2yrs old Conference = Content 1yr old; Expensive; Takes Time FOAM = Current & Up to Date; Use Critical Thinking
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Tricia Rae Pendergrast Nov 13
problem: it's very hard to estimate how much babies spit up (spread-out liquid looks more voluminous —> parents overestimate & panic) parents can measure out 1oz of water/formula and spill it, then 2oz, etc. to get an idea of what these volumes look like spread out
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Linda Dykes 17h
This ⬇️ is heading towards 250k views & almost 20k (just 242 short) have clicked on the infographic. Don’t restrict your teaching to a handful of juniors, a few dozen at hospital grand round, or a few hundred at a conference: use too. And thanks to those who’ve RT’d it!
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Tom Bouthillet 🇺🇸🇨🇦🇮🇪 Nov 13
Are there any interventional cardiologists on Twitter who support changing the STEMI/NSTEMI paradigm to OMI/NOMI?
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Kousik Krishnan Nov 12
70 yo. No meds. No sx. HR to 120 with exercise. Pace or no pace?
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Steven Chen Nov 13
1/ ERYTHEMA MULTIFORME – a /! pc: Let's warm up with a question for all y'all tweeps out there! What is the most common trigger for erythema multiforme (EM) in adults?
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Radiopaedia.org Nov 15
What is the important diagnosis to be made here? Answer in GIFs, emojis, unicode, wingdings or whatever. Spoilers welcome.
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Giuseppe Sfuncia Nov 14
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Claire molloy Nov 12
Daily Doodle #2 slightly cuter after the vomit baby 👶 🤮 - Meet Dex Westley. Fairly Common this weather ❄ ✍🖋
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Health - Home Remedy 56m
Impact of Nutrient Type and Sequence on Glucose Tolerance: Physiological Insights and Therapeutic Implications
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Radiology Signs 6h
Q: What's the big white blob causing hydrocephalus in this kid? ANSWER:
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