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Le Nonante-Neuvième Jour

(note: for those of you who came for the tag about the South Korean ferry, that’s the bottom paragraph. The rest is me rambling)

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Last episode we discussed about true syncope and how to differentiate with other mimics, the importance of history taking in these patients and also physical examination. 662 more words


Pins and needles...

It’s one of those days. 

Those days where my body feels on fire and every single joint is alight. Where I’m dizzier and clumsier than usual, and my heart is beating so loud and so hard I can hear it in my ears even with ambient noises.  411 more words


Welcome to this episode, thank you for listening.

Today we are going to talk about syncope. The reason I chose syncope is because is common, at the same time challenging and you guys out there need to have some tools


Some additional considerations when scanning a poem

When scanning a poem for meter, there are a few additional considerations to be aware of.

Certain words may be pronounced with different numbers of syllables in different varieties of English. 299 more words


90 yom "Possible Stroke" (from ems12lead blog)

So let’s take a look at a case which Tom Bouthillet from the EMS 12 Lead blog posted and assess it from a neuro perspective. Let’s start by… 1,062 more words

Patient Care

Invisible Illness, you suck.

I’ve laid among luscious organic avocados in the Wayne Ave Kroger produce department. I’ve become one with a Jenga-esque display of Busches Baked Beans at Dots market. 1,814 more words