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Normal or Abnormal ???

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ACC 2024 - Atlanta

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PREVENT trial!

Hot from ACC 24.Β 

Very interesting findings. β€œPreventive PCI” may work!!

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Libyan friends at ACC 24 in Atlanta. It was fun!

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Routine EKG reading. What is the rhythm?

Please choose an answer from the list below before you review the answer in the attached video.

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Ramadan Mubarak y’all !

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If you not aware of what's going on recently, USMLE scores got invalidated to more than 832 doctors (from Nepal mainly) including doctors who already matched! due to irregular behaviors of answering questions plus a cheating ring discovered in a private Telegram group of Nepalese doctors. A lawsuit happened as a consequence and it revealed that the NBME also didn't stop there they currently investigate irregular behaviors in countries like India, Pakistan and Jordan.

I don't know what to make from all of this, for someone like me as an IMG currently preparing for these exams and for so many doctors doing the same thing carrying the label of an "IMG" you can receive these news as a good thing! because the cheaters inflate their score artificially and take spots from honest doctors that made so many sacrifices for the opportunity to develop their careers in US or you can receive this as a bad thing for all IMGs because this will implant doubt in the mind of program directors about ranking and selecting IMGs because you don't know what you get a legit candidates or cheaters that in any time their scores will get invalidated and lose their ECFMG certificate! so from the point of program directors the safest move is to not take any IMGs!.

This is open to debate and platforms like Scrubdin made for these types of discussions so I posted this so you maybe share what your thoughts about it (only if you wanted to engage).

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Claude 3:

Less than 24 hours ago, an AI company called Anthropic released a model called Claude 3, it's now the state of the art multimodal AI that have three size and capability options, just like ChatGPT models, you can use it to help you with so much medical related tasks like conducting research and doing analyses and much much more.

It's currently the "smartest" model that's available to the public (not in Libya unfortunately), if you interested in boosting your productivity, subscribe and try it out!

https://www.anthropic.com/claude

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Routine EKG reading. What is the rhythm?

Please choose an answer from the list below before you review the answer in the attached video.

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Congratulations!! Dr. ο»Ώ@Naiela E. Almansouriο»Ώ for a recent publication (detailed below). A nice review of Entresto vs. ACEi/ARB for renal and cardiac outcomes (35 months). Well-written!

https://assets.cureus.com/uploads/review_article/pdf/218045/20240220-25393-1lvdsec.pdf

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Nike statue in my hometown Cyrene 🌿.

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EKG Nuggets: Spice Up Your Learning!

Welcome to our EKG Nuggets series where we spice up your learning with some electrifying insights presented by a Cardiologist!

Since Nashville holds the crown for the world's hot chicken capital, we're borrowing its flavor scale to rate the appropriateness/difficulty of these nuggets for different audiences:

  • Mild (for the med students and interns)
  • Medium (senior residents, come on down!)
  • Spicy (calling all cardiology fellows and junior cardiologists!)
  • Extra Spicy (senior cardiologists and rhythm specialists, let's turn up the heat!)

In each episode, get ready for a short video (less than 10 minutes) where we'll doodle and scribble directly on the EKG.

Hope you're ready for this spicy learning journey! 🌢️πŸ”₯

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This EKG was taken from a 63 y-o male in the ED with chest pain.

(Answer in video below).

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Interesting..

Researchers at Georgia Tech developed a new blood test for ovarian cancer using AI.

The model calculates a personalized probability score for patients based on their unique blood profile.

Medicine is the fastest growing field in AI use case, if you don't pay attention you will miss a crucial part of the future.

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Alsalam Alaikum,

I think this platform connects many Physicians in the US more than any other platform, and I’m really glad that we finally have a ground to gather us.

I would like to talk about the residency, and the challenges that face many Libyan applicants this season, as well as the previous seasons. I found many of them didn’t get a single interview after all this effort, I don’t know why, but many physicians started to talk about β€œConnections”. As a next season applicant with many others Libyan applicants who will apply next September insha, allah, we need to connect with other Libyan doctors. I think each current resident, or physician can secure an interview for one applicant, if not at least guide them during the application.

I know many doctors are busy, but by helping the new doctors to match will expand our community here, and the new residents will help the next generations.

I don’t know how, but maybe we can create a secured Excel sheet for the doctors who want to volunteer to help the other and connect them and the number of applicants.

Any advice is appreciated.

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