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Ohio State Emergency Medicine Residency 1h
Differential for (otherwise) young healthy arrest: Tox, PE, trauma, hypoglycemia, arrhythmia, ICH
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EMA 10h
Block your dates for 3rd State Conference of EM Maharashtra EMA-ACEE .
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Swedish Covenant EM Residency 3h
We are beyond excited to have 2 of the guys and to take over our
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Doctors Hospital EM Nov 14
EMS to physician communication skills during
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jason wagner 5h
The journey toward diversity and inclusion.
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jason wagner 4h
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Andy Little 4h
In less than a month on 12/11/19 and I will be taking over the weekly We will be doing a mix of hands on, small group, flipped classroom, high yield talks and discussions! Thanks for inviting us!
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Hennepin County EM Nov 14
Oral Pediatric Rehydration at home, courtesy of ! 2ml/kg for each episode of emesis, 8ml/kg for each episode of diarrhea. Do the math for the parents prior to discharge, so they don't have to at 2AM! (~30 ml to 1 oz)
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BayShoreEM Nov 13
Want to look for papilledema? Remember your 3x5 index card. Use your sono, look 3 mm behind globe and measure optic nerve. >5mm is concerning
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Jackson EM Residency Nov 15
What is the diagnosis and treatment? 5 yo with acute onset of n/v/d, excessive urination, lacrimation, and abd cramps after playing outdoors. PE: lethargy, miotic pupils, bradycardic, wheezing, actively vomiting. POC Gluc wnl, EKG sinus brady
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jason wagner 3h
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JeffersonEMresidency Nov 11
Busy week ahead of us! 2 interview days and ENT procedure lab on Wed! wear your PPE!
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Joshua Novy MD, MBA 🩺 💊🩸🩹 Nov 12
So pumped to be starting my POCUS rotation next week 🙌🏻 🙌🏻 🔊📺🔊📺♥️🦵🏻👁
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Jackson EM Residency Nov 15
Pedi bradycardia got you sweating? 😓 💦 - Give O2 and support ABCs - Start compressions if HR < 60 - Epi 0.01 mg/kg - Atropine 0.02 mg/kg If pulseless begin PALS algorithm: - 15:2 ratio for 2 people - 30:2 ratio if all alone
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Seth Trueger Nov 13
“the aorta sucks”
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Northwestern EM Nov 13
Although tetanus is probably not number one on your differential for a rigid abdomen, keep it in mind if the patient is unvaccinated and has a wound
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Northwestern EM Nov 13
Vitamin C is required to synthesize catecholamines like epinephrine and can reactivate ROS scavengers; some studies have shown decreased pressor requirements in septic patients who got Vitamin C
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Juliana Nov 13
Organophosphate toxicity p/w the typical muscarinic ‘DUMBBELS’ symptoms (caution with those killer B’s), but it can be confounded by action at nicotinic receptors with ‘MTWtHF’ symptoms. Keep these in mind and remember to decontaminate first!
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ALLOhioEM Nov 16
Will you be at ? The one and only faculty will be there as one of our many speakers talking about “US and the Critically Ill Patient” For more information about the conference visit:
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Manpreet Singh - ‘Manny’ Nov 14
Replying to @LillyBellman
History ➡️ Exam ➡️ Imaging (XR / POCUS) Not all kids will need labs. Don’t be poking kids! It’s traumatic! Via
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