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Salim R. Rezaie, MD
EM/IM Doc; Founder of REBEL EM & REBEL Cast; Doing my Part to Cut Down on KT Time; Viva (Tweets are opinion only)
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William See 23h
I'm pretty sure my heart rate went up as I was reading this while trying to come up with a mental model. Excellent clamshell resuscitative thoracotomy run through by .
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Salim R. Rezaie, MD Apr 22
I go based off history and symptoms not numbers...
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Salim R. Rezaie, MD Apr 22
Still Worthless - Orthostatic Vitals and 30-Day Outcomes via In this secondary analysis of pts aged ≥ 60y, abnormal orthostatic vital signs do not predict serious 30d outcomes & should not be used as a routine assessment in syncope
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Salim R. Rezaie, MD Apr 22
Replying to @DrLacroixCA
Check out this page on the blog:
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Ash Paul Apr 21
Keeping up to date with the current literature is no small task.  You may say it is like drinking from a firehose via
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Shyam Murali Apr 21
"If You’re Going to do the Thoracotomy…do a Clamshell" by Great article and super interesting read! Thanks for sharing.
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Doug Lynch Apr 21
Instagram eh? Go for it ! There is a nurse educator from with 200000 followers “.raphaelmarinho” (Does he do Twitter?) Hey people check out on Instagram!
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Salim R. Rezaie, MD Apr 20
P wave in V2 is not upgoing...? of lead placement too high
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Salim R. Rezaie, MD Apr 20
Am def guilty of saying "my nurses," but sincerely don't mean it in a subordinate way...always learning new biases on twitter...will be more cognizant & say "the nurses" from now on...Have always said pt care is a team sport, and it takes many to take care of the one
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Salim R. Rezaie, MD Apr 20
Hey Twitter...What diagnoses do you see in EM that require emergency treatment, that are infrequent enough that you cannot recall the medications and dosages when you need them? (i.e. Priapism, Thyroid Storm, Glaucoma, etc...)
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Salim R. Rezaie, MD Apr 20
Starting to Post Useful REBEL EM Infographics on Instagram for any Interested
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Salim R. Rezaie, MD Apr 20
PRISMS: Alteplase vs Aspirin in Minor Stroke via
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Salim R. Rezaie, MD Apr 20
Two Important Trials in Chest Pain Patients: ORBITA: PCI vs Placebo Procedure for Angina Relief in Stable Angina ( ) SCOT-HEART: Does CCTA Decrease Long-Term Risk of MI & Death? ( )
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Anand Swaminathan Apr 20
Over 17 years in hospitals, I’ve never seen RNs play cards I’ve seen them use breaks to pee for 1st time in 12-hr shift, change blood + vomit covered scrubs, call home to talk to kids they haven’t seen in days Nurses are the life blood of the hospital
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Salim R. Rezaie, MD Apr 20
Replying to @eabramsMD @PulmCrit
It is a possibility, but thinking about the PROCAMIO trial: Multicenter, randomized, prospective, open-label study IV procainamide vs IV amiodarone for well-tolerated VT -IV procainamide 10mg/kg over 20 min -IV amiodarone 5mg/kg over 20 min
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Salim R. Rezaie, MD Apr 20
Replying to @PulmCrit
Fair enough and makes sense...Amio has a lot of potential nasty side effects...In the ED, think I would start with procainamide and if it breaks we are done...if not would then move on to the rest of the algorithm...amiodarone, esmolol, lidocaine, etc...
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Salim R. Rezaie, MD Apr 20
EVALD: Memory, Attention, & Cognitive Function Post-CA - A RCT via Pts with OHCA treated with 48hrs of TH vs 24hrs had reduced memory deficits at 6mos (Due to methodological flaws further validation required before implementation)
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Salim R. Rezaie, MD Apr 20
VT Storm via Hey Josh...curious why no Procainamide in the algorithm?
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Salim R. Rezaie, MD Apr 20
When Researchers Lies via APPALLING...Removal of ARISTOTLE study (contains falsified data) from 22 subsequent meta-analyses led to a change in the conclusion of these meta-analyses ≈50% of time. Research misconduct hurts ppl
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Salim R. Rezaie, MD Apr 19
Replying to @GuilloryJustinm
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