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Ken Milne MD
Remember to be skeptical of anything you learn, even if you heard it on the Skeptics’ Guide to EM.
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Ken Milne MD 1h
Replying to @NicoleB_MD
Should consider the Christmas classic...Die hard.
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Special thanks to for graciously welcoming me as guest skeptic on this week's Skeptics' Guide to Emergency Medicine. On masks, of course!
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Ethan 11h
What’s my political orientation, you ask? This:
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Ken Milne MD 11h
Replying to @trishgreenhalgh
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Ken Milne MD 13h
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Ken Milne MD 13h
Over 200 publications (print and ore-print) every day. I could have missed the study:)
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Ken Milne MD 14h
Not aware of any high-quality evidence to answer your question:(
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Ken Milne MD 16h
Replying to @DrSimonMc
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Ken Milne MD 18h
The answer...it all depends.
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Ken Milne MD 19h
We mentioned GIGO in the SGEM blog & podcast when referring to SRMAs.
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Ken Milne MD 19h
There is this RCT with n=450,000 currently underway on face masks to prevent symptomatic SARS-CoV-2 .
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Ken Milne MD 19h
Some have argued previously that it would be unethical to perform an RCT on the issue of mask wearing in public to prevent and/or compared mask wearing to parachutes. I do not agree with that assessment. . . .
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Ken Milne MD 19h
Replying to @NightShiftMD
My reaction to the death of Dave Prowse (Darth Vader)
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Ken Milne MD 19h
Forgot to include the very smart . He is also an author of this book on diagnostic testing. Perhaps he can respond to your comment about "false assumptions" and "flawed positions".
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Ken Milne MD 20h
There is this RCT n=66,000 in process.
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Ken Milne MD 20h
It is an interesting book. Looping in and who are the authors of the book. Can you be specific about one false assumption? Have you written and published anything on the topic I could review?
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Ken Milne MD 20h
Sorry, I'm Canadian:)
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Ken Milne MD 20h
Understanding the direction of common diagnostic biases can be found in this excellent article from
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Ken Milne MD 20h
Replying to @DrJackKruse @SAEMEBM
This issue of testing for was discussed with diagnostic accuracy expert who wrote the book on this issue.
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