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How could it be possible to get angina from normal coronary arteries in cardiac x syndrome?

Now I'm doing a rotation in cardiology. I've come across about Cardiac X syndrome, but I don't really get what it is. A book said "it is a form of microvascular angina but occurs in normal coronary arteries". Unfortunately, no-where in the book is it explained in depth. So I have a few questions: Is there any proper definition and how to diagnose it? What is the pathophysiology than can explain this syndrome? Does it something related to metabolic x syndrome? Any takers?  
malek ahmad
over 8 years ago
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Do final year medical students enjoy their ICU placements?

I often see that final year students do not enjoy their rotations through the ICU. Maybe the whole environment is daunting and all the machines just confuse things? Do you find it a great place to apply core physiology? Would be great to hear the positive and negative experiences.  
Dr Sunil Patel
over 7 years ago
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Internal Medicine: Third year rotations

Hi, I’m student doctor Thompson, I'm a third year medical student. In this video I’m going to give you a heads up on some things to expect on your internal m...  
youtube.com
about 6 years ago
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Psychiatry: Third year rotations

Hey guys, I’m student Doctor Thompson and in this video I will be talking about my rotation in Psychiatry, 5 things I loved, some things I didn't like, and g...  
youtube.com
about 6 years ago
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Psychiatry: Third year rotations - YouTube

Hey guys, I’m student Doctor Thompson and in this video I will be talking about my rotation in Psychiatry, 5 things I loved, some things I didn't like, and g...  
youtube.com
about 6 years ago
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Pause for Thought . . . Let’s ditch the numbers and focus on the comments when assessing learners

By Lynfa Stroud  “Expectation is the root of all heartache.” – William Shakespeare               In my role as an attending on the general medicine wards, I complete In-Training Evaluation Reports (ITERs) for the residents who I work with. I am sure that most people reading this also either complete ITERs, (or end-of-rotation reports) or have…  
icenetblog.royalcollege.ca
about 6 years ago
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How to develop targeted simulation learning objectives – Part 1: The Theory

Simulation has filled a void that was once present in medical education. Written and oral examinations continue to be used to assess Miller’s “knows” and “knows how” levels of performance while clinical rotation evaluations rest at the top of the triangle: “Does”. Simulation completes Miller’s triangle by allowing learners to “show how” their knowledge and…  
emsimcases.com
about 6 years ago
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rbaby

Here you will find information regarding rotation schedules, academic resources, wellness and facts about our program and residents. Check out our bios and photos. Please also visit the Emergency Department's official residency website. This site is intended for Mount Sinai EM residency purposes only, and no information on these pages is intended or should be construed as medical advice. Read more.  
sinaiem.org
about 6 years ago
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How to survive (and like) your emergency medicine clerkship core rotation - CanadiEM

This is a guide to surviving your emergency medicine clerkship.  
boringem.org
about 6 years ago
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Optimise your jaw thrust!

Optimize your jaw thrust. Not at angle of jaw, but rotate TMJ. #PSOOR #FOAMed #FOAMped pic.twitter.com/lbJyc65RUz— Tim Horeczko (@EMtogether) September 19, 2015 //platform.twitter.com/widgets.js Jaw thrust at angle of jaw=mouth closed. Jaw thrust with rotation at TMJ=mouth open. #PSOOR #FOAMed #FOAMped pic.twitter.com/fjgkXPKO42— Tim Horeczko (@EMtogether) September 19, 2015 //platform.twitter.com/widgets.js  
prehospitalmed.com
over 5 years ago