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Our JAMA Paper on Industry Payments and Sowell's Conflict of Visions

Stop and Think

My career in cardiology can be separated into two decade-long blocks. The first decade I practiced like most other cardiologists. I went with the flow, followed the guidelines. I went to few meetings, read few studies and as a result had little (mental) tension. Then I started writing about medical evidence. This required studying the evidence. Over time, I learned the skill of critical appraisal.

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Dr. Marty Makary: “We’ll Have Herd Immunity by April” & “It’s Okay To Have an Incorrect Scientific Hypothesis. But When New Data Proves It Wrong, You Have To Adapt.”

Science Based Medicine

Part 1: Doctors who said the pandemic ended 3-years ago now have the audacity to lament the "damaged public trust in the medical profession." The post Dr. Marty Makary: “We’ll Have Herd Immunity by April” & “It’s Okay To Have an Incorrect Scientific Hypothesis. But When New Data Proves It Wrong, You Have To Adapt.” first appeared on Science-Based Medicine.

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What happened after the Cath lab was activated for a chest pain patient with this ECG?

Dr. Smith's ECG Blog

Sent by anonymous, written by Pendell Meyers I received a text with this image and no other information: What do you think? I simply texted back: "Definite posterior OMI." The person I was texting knows implicitly based on our experience together that I mean "Definite posterior OMI, assuming the patient's clinical presentation is consistent with ACS.

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The First10EM monthly wrap-up for March 2024

First 10 EM

The First10EM monthly wrap up is a place for me to share updates about the website, about my academic life, and also interesting content, such as books, podcasts, and other FOAMed, that I have encountered in the prior month. Obviously the format means the focus is mostly on content I have found, but I hope […] The post The First10EM monthly wrap-up for March 2024 appeared first on First10EM.

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Topical Anesthetics Can Safely Be Given to ED Patients with Corneal Abrasion Pain

Emergency Medicine News

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Rutherford Morison

Life in the Fast Lane

Mike Cadogan and David Cosford Rutherford Morison James Rutherford Morison (1853 - 1939) was an English surgeon.

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No Scientific Evidence Shows that Xylazine Causes Death or Skin Necrosis

Emergency Medicine News

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What Is That In Her Mouth?

Pediatric Education

Patient Presentation A 2-year-old female came to clinic for her well child care. Her parents had no concerns except they had noted a “bump” in the middle of the roof of her mouth. They were not sure how long it had been there for, but had noticed it about 2 weeks previously when they were brushing her teeth. It hadn’t changed over time and didn’t seem to bother her.

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Insurance Corrective Action Poses Danger to EBM and Physician Autonomy

Emergency Medicine News

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Now for Something Completely Different: Paxlovid for Long COVID

Emergency Medicine News

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Mac 3 Beats Mac 4 on First-Pass Success

Emergency Medicine News

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It's Always Sunny on the Day Shift

Emergency Medicine News

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Letter to the Editor: EPs Have Become McDonald's Workers

Emergency Medicine News

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Corporate America Ruined Primary Care Too

Emergency Medicine News

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Letter to the Editor: GI Bleeds a Challenge for EPs to Risk-stratify

Emergency Medicine News

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Letter to the Editor: Tread Carefully When Transfer is Declined

Emergency Medicine News

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Letter to the Editor: It's Time to Update EMTALA

Emergency Medicine News

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Letter to the Editor: Document Patient's Decisional Capacity

Emergency Medicine News

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Letter to the Editor: IMGs Deserve EM's Respect

Emergency Medicine News

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Technology & Inventions

Emergency Medicine News

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UpToDate

Emergency Medicine News

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Take Medicine Back Fights for EPs

Emergency Medicine News

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Google Trends Can Predict Which Patients Will Visit EDs

Emergency Medicine News

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Make Time for Life's Moments

Emergency Medicine News

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Meeting Marks 30 Years of EM Excellence

Emergency Medicine News

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Peripheral IV Access Made Easy with US

Emergency Medicine News

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Symptom: Rash

Emergency Medicine News

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Maternal Deaths, Especially Among Women of Color, on the Rise

Emergency Medicine News

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Are EPs Employees or Contractors? New Labor Rule May Determine That

Emergency Medicine News

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Is VAE to Blame for Decompensation after CT?

Emergency Medicine News

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More is Not Better for Finger Injuries

Emergency Medicine News

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