Hospital staff injured in MRI accident in Sweden

Officials at a Swedish hospital have confirmed that a hospital staff member...Read more on AuntMinnie.comRelated Reading: Court decides compensation for Mumbai MRI death AI can find patients at risk for MRI safety issues FDA issues proposals to improve MRI safety Training is paramount to achieving MRI safety Calif. man sues over MRI-related burn
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Why isn't this discussed more? Why isn't there an entire AAN journal dedicated to this? Many days I see more functional patients/consults than "normal" patients. I'm becoming more and more cynical, I almost assume each patient is functional before meeting them. These patients are ticking time bombs for the clinician. It's drilled into us about appropriate use of testing/imaging but where do you even begin with their ridiculous amount of symptoms? Of course the correct answer is to order as... Functional neurology is going to single handedly burn me out.
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Van Wyk and Grumbach syndrome is characterized by primary hypothyroidism, precocious puberty, delayed bone age and ovarian enlargement. This case demonstrates an unusual presentation of the disorder, with acute abdominal pain and ovarian torsion. Large bilateral multicystic ovaries presenting with torsion can be due to severe hypothyroidism, and hormonal causes should be considered in the differential diagnosis, permitting ovarian preservation.
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INTRODUCTION: Age and inhalation injury are important risk factors for acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) in the burned patient; however, the impact of interventions such as mechanical ventilation, fluid balance (FB), and packed red blood cell tran...
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Hi Y'all, New attending here. Does anyone find any value, either perceived by employers or in their actual clinical practice, from some of the more obscure acute care courses like the neonatal resucitation program (NRP) or advanced burn life support (ABLS)? I work a lot of remote, single coverage sites and so NRP sounds like it could be useful for the rare neonate or precipitous delivery. Are there any courses you might recommend to continue to grow one's clinical proficiencies... Value of NRP, ABLS?
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' These are not great signals, I think they're shocking, quite frankly,'one observer remarked.Medscape Medical News
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In this study, electrical accidents in the metal industry were examined; the causes of the accidents were determined. The causes of the accident were requested to be prioritized by experts. At this stage, the analytical hierarchy process was used. Actually...
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PURPOSE: To determine the long-term prevalence and characteristics of acute hydrofluoric acid (HF) exposure in 2223 patients during the first 30 months after a mass-casualty exposure, and to confirm the antidotal effect of nebulized calcium on inhalation b...
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Researchers estimate that smoke pollution probably killed more than 400 people during the unprecedented bush fires across southeast Australia from November to February. Thirty-three people were killed in incidents directly related to the fires ... ...
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Here’s an updated version of my hugely popular How to Cook Brown Rice post from 2007, but this version is for people who have an Instant Pot. Here are the instructions: Add 2 cups brown rice to the Instant Pot. Don’t bother rinsing the rice since that’s just anti-starch propaganda.Add 2.5 cups water to the Instant Pot.Stir the water and rice for a few seconds to even out the surface of the rice. Just use a finger if no one is looking and if you’re not infected.Secure the lid onto the Instant Pot, making sure the steam valve is closed.Push the Manual button, and set the timer to 22 minutes by h...
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Currently, there is great demand to implement circular economy principles and motivate producers of building materials to integrate into a closed loop supply chain system and improve sustainability of their end-product. Therefore, it is of great interest t...
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