Sat.Mar 30, 2024

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EM@3AM: Thoracic and Lumbar Spine Trauma

EMDocs

Authors: Luke Bailey (Medical Student, Texas A&M SOM, Bryan, TX) and Scott Wieters, MD (Associate Dean Temple Campus, Texas A&M SOM, Temple, TX) // Reviewed by: Sophia Görgens, MD (EM Physician, Northwell, NY); Cassandra Mackey, MD (Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine, UMass Chan Medical School); Alex Koyfman, MD (@EMHighAK); Brit Long, MD (@long_brit) Welcome to EM@3AM, an emDOCs series designed to foster your working knowledge by providing an expedited review of clinical basics.

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Grand Rounds Recap 3.20.24

Taming the SRU

Visiting lecturer: structural leadership - taming the sru - r4 sim and oral boards “Innovation Meets the Bedside: The Evolution of New Models of Emergency Care Delivery” WITH dr. ben bassin “What problem are you trying to solve?” Emergency Critical Care Center (EC3) at the University of Michigan: Dedicated critical care unit within the emergency department that was created to improve access to timely, high-quality critical care after identifying a gap in emergency care delivery for patients Redu

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Skeptics in the Pub. Cholera. Chapter 13

Science Based Medicine

Saturday. Just another workday when the Cholera is flowing. I woke early, at 6 a.m., and went to the office before anyone else. On the way, I went to the grocer’s and bought some supplies. I started, as usual, in the cubby room, and I was happy to see that as of yesterday that cases of the Cholera were staying down: there were […] The post Skeptics in the Pub.

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Tele-unhealthy? | Not But a Cold

JournalFeed

The JournalFeed podcast: These are summaries from just 2 of the 5 articles we cover every week! For access to more, please visit JournalFeed.org for details about becoming a member. Monday Spoon Feed: Using online telemedicine platforms, the authors found that it was appallingly easy to rapidly obtain inappropriate antibiotic prescriptions for symptoms of viral URIs by paying a nominal fee.