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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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Worth a look

A new AI model spots hidden signs of irregular heartbeats in regular ECGs, catching risks standard tests miss.

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2023/12/231212163357.htm

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my poster presentation at first medical research day at college of medicine

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Happy 2024!

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Reposted Khaled Sleik's group.

Post Easy or Hard EKG to review

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Post Easy or Hard EKG to review

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EKG Presentation (Dr. Y. Darrat)

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Excited for the Zoom session on ECG! Learning to read and understand it is so interesting.

Big thanks to the doctors leading this session! Grateful for the opportunity to learn more about ECG.

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The term zeitgeber (literally, time giver or time cue) refers toΒ environmental variables that are capable of acting as circadian time cues. These are the cues that influence the suprachiasmatic nucleus (SCN) of the hypothalamus which famous as the "biological clock" inside us.

A simple mnemonic to remember all those cues think "LET'S Eat":

1. Light (most powerful).

2. Exercise or Movement.

3. Temperature.

4. Social Cues.

5. Eat (food).

These act unconsciously but can be used consciously to keep your biological rhythm healthy which impact all forms of health, including of course, mental health.

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