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Our EM Residency Training Program at UMASS Medical School is a fully accredited 3-year residency program that accepts 12 candidates each year.
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UMass Emergency Med Mar 23
Congrats to our class of 2020! Excited to have you be part of the family
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UMass Emergency Med Mar 15
Excited for our next year's class!
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UMass Emergency Med Mar 15
Our fearless leader announcing next years chief residents
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UMass Emergency Med Mar 15
Jenga break during residents appreciation day
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UMass Emergency Med Mar 15
Trivia and charades during
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UMass Emergency Med Mar 13
Time to get to work on behalf of our colleagues across the country
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UMass Emergency Med Mar 10
Congratulations Dr. Bird!
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UMass Emergency Med Mar 1
Happy EM Residents’ Appreciation Day! We appreciate all the hard work our residents contribute to &
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UMass Emergency Med Feb 24
Morning teaching rounds on hand injuries 🤚
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UMass Emergency Med Feb 23
Good luck to all the applicants! We are excited for 03/17!
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UMass Emergency Med Feb 15
please enlighten us
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UMass Emergency Med Feb 15
Oral board review prep for PGY-3a during
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Dan Augustine Jan 25
Not what you expect to see as the probe goes on! Myoxoma with adherent thrombus.
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UMass Emergency Med Feb 15
Sensitivity for fragility pelvic fractures: 40% at most. CT if suspicion is high, MRI is gold standard (100%)
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UMass Emergency Med Feb 15
Amitriptyline OD mimicking brain death
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UMass Emergency Med Feb 15
Imitators of brain death: baclofen, barbiturates, bupropion, benzos, amitriptyline
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UMass Emergency Med Feb 15
Tip of the day: always look underneath the eyelids for eye complaints
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UMass Emergency Med Feb 15
First lecture of : Dr. Joy Rosenblatt presenting on eye emergencies
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David Juurlink Feb 11
Roses are red Violets are blue Healthcare's a right For all, not just you
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Peter Chai Feb 9
4hr APAP is the ESR of toxicology.
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