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Pulmonary Embolism

One month ago today I said goodbye to my eldest sibling. We were beginning to have some great times. Don’t get me wrong we’ve had good times, but the time we shared the last few months of her life were far better than any before. 1,226 more words

Q.U.E.

This Post Brought To You From The Emergency Room.

So, about two and a half weeks ago, I sprinted to catch the bus on a Monday night and my leg just went NOPE. Just this stab of extremely sharp pain and then it was extraordinarily hard to put weight on it. 646 more words

Acts Of Bloggery

EM:RAP Mini: USC Emergency Medicine Grand Rounds 9-11-2014

This installment from a combined USC EM/Cardiology Grand Rounds is a summary of Pulmonary Embolism from Mel Herbert. Perhaps you’ve heard of him? Enjoy!

http://hippoemergency.files.wordpress.com/2014/09/uscem-rounds_sept-11-2014-pe.m4a

Emergency Medicine

Pulmonary Embolism

CASE 1


CLINICAL DATA:

A middle-aged man with shortness of breath and chest pain on inspiration. Blood stained sputum was noted in the ward. Clinician suspecting pulmonary embolism. 508 more words

CVS

Dr. Carolyn Dean Radio Archive 4-14-14 Hour 1

Presentation: What does partnering up and doing your own research mean? How can I shift from the traditional medicine model to self-empowered health choices?

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Audio

Starting again

I’m almost back where I started in the beginning. I originally lost 50 lbs. but have gained back 30. The regain first started when my sciatic nerve got inflamed and I was very limited in what I could do. 156 more words

Weight Loss

Weekly Must Reads in Patient Safety (Sep 4, 2014)

With the Labor Day weekend, there were fewer articles posted, likely because people were enjoying the remaining days of summer.

However, here are some interesting reads: 365 more words

Patient Safety