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Sneha Vakamudi MD
cardiac imager l cardiology fellow | and trained l working momma | opinions are my own
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Sneha Vakamudi MD 19h
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A little zoom catch up with some of my favorite docs from on . Some lucky patients who get them as doctors in pandemics and out.
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Craig Trudell Mar 30
This week's cover artist for The asked his daughter what his drawing should be about. “Make sure it’s about how most doctors have children and families of their own,” she said.
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Sneha Vakamudi MD Mar 28
Replying to @ktmartinez
You don’t step in bluebonnets you squat in them. On the side of the highway. Google it.
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Sneha Vakamudi MD Mar 28
Missing the bluebonnets more this year than ever. Reminder that there is still beauty and light out there, even in a pandemic.
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Duke University Mar 28
Peak bloom in ’ Cherry Allée 🌸 With the gardens closed, thanks to horticulture director Bobby Mottern for capturing this video so we may all enjoy while at home
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Divyang Patel Mar 27
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JACC Journals Mar 27
Due to , many countries have faced physician shortages, specifically in critical care. New in : team share a framework for recognizing and ventilator management for the CV pros asked to step during this pandemic.
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Sneha Vakamudi MD Mar 25
Replying to @marcsamsky
That would involve touching it which I think would also mean I fail. I imagine that alarms go off when I make contact.
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TODAY Mar 25
A patient at the Cleveland Clinic left a heartfelt message on a glass door, detailing his appreciation for all the doctors and nurses who took care of him.
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Sneha Vakamudi MD Mar 25
My workstation this morning feels like some related admin designed test of my will power. I’m sure they’re watching me on cctv to see if I’m stupid/weak enough to reach in.
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Sneha Vakamudi MD Mar 24
Thanks ! Was a great session.
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Sneha Vakamudi MD Mar 24
Great webinar today on icu management of pts. Always good to have a plan before going into battle and brush up on vent management knowledge w experts.
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Sneha Vakamudi MD Mar 23
5 beacons: 1. Neighbors who dropped off they found to take into the hospital 2. staff keeping non essential trainees out of 🏥 3. Seeing the 🌞 4. Friends checking on me 5. My son who reminds me that the virus is a rudey poo
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Sneha Vakamudi MD Mar 21
There is definitely less testing in those areas which is a huge confounded.
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Sneha Vakamudi MD Mar 20
These are the kind of things that put some wind in my sails!
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Sneha Vakamudi MD Mar 20
Replying to @AnitaJReddy @AnnGageMD
At some point remove my eye makeup.
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Reshma Jagsi Mar 19
Much has been made of the callousness or obtuseness of refusing to practice social distancing. I am fortunate to see the flip side—the millennials I know are resident physicians who are volunteering to step in for older staff and generating great ideas.
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Sneha Vakamudi MD Mar 19
You guys look the same!
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Sneha Vakamudi MD Mar 19
Replying to @tvladeck
Pro tip: if you’re really sick take the ambulance. Not worth risking if something will happen to you mid ride that only a hcw could help. They can decontaminate fast enough that u shouldn’t worry
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