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Last 50 tweets from @AvrahamCooperMD
Avraham Z. Cooper, MD Retweeted ·  
Freaky!!

A carotid fistula perhaps??
 
 
 
Avraham Z. Cooper, MD Retweeted ·  
I've helped a few friends to get started with running. They've not run in years if ever. These are my tips... Share yours!🧵
👟 Ask why you're running. The motivation is critical
👟 What does success mean to you? More importantly, what does failure look like?
👟 Get started!
 
Avraham Z. Cooper, MD Retweeted ·  
A nice real diagram of Brachial Plexus #MedEd
 
Avraham Z. Cooper, MD Retweeted ·  
🙋‍♂️ NEW RCT ON EARLY MOBILISATION IN ICU

⬇️ cognitive impairment
⬇️ ICU-acquired weakness
⬆️ functional independence
⬆️ QoL

Adverse events more frequent (6%)

H/T @arianna_gazzato for sharing!

#ICUrehab #MedEd #ICU #MedTwitter #FOAMcc

@LancetRespirMed thelancet.com/journals/lanre…
 
Avraham Z. Cooper, MD Retweeted ·  
Why yes, I’d love an @AeroPress coffee in my #Pluripotent mug this fine evening!

#MedGrind
 
Avraham Z. Cooper, MD Retweeted ·  
Join us on Monday for a @CPSolvers Rheumatology Subspecialty Virtual Morning Report with @anisha_dua!

@Dr_Brian_MD will co-discuss and
@LauraArneson4 will present the case.

January 30. 8pm EST. It's free to join!

Sign up 👇 for the link!
bit.ly/31LWIKg
Learn Live!
clinicalproblemsolving.com
 
Avraham Z. Cooper, MD Retweeted ·  
Check out the latest @CuriousClinPod episode! We tackle why muscles grow in size after weightlifting 💪

The answer is surprisingly complex…

podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the…
The Curious Clinicians on Apple Podcasts
podcasts.apple.com
 
Check out the latest @CuriousClinPod episode! We tackle why muscles grow in size after weightlifting 💪

The answer is surprisingly complex…

podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the…
The Curious Clinicians on Apple Podcasts
podcasts.apple.com
 
.@HarvardPulm fellow extraordinaire and future @mghmedres chief Dr. @DarshaliVyas performed a thoracentesis and found this. Thoughts? pic.twitter.com/c6HmLEZqE6
Replying to @JonahRubinMD @HarvardPulm and 2 others
That looks feculent…
 
Avraham Z. Cooper, MD Retweeted ·  
#weansafe study enrolled ~5800 mechanically ventilated patients found failure to wean associated with frailty, trauma, paralysis, deep sedation and increased time to first SAT/SBT. @pccsresearch contributed to this study.@joshenglert_md @pulmmatt @SarahKarow @OSUWexMed
 
Avraham Z. Cooper, MD Retweeted ·  
Amidst the never-ending tide of #gunviolence, finding hope is hard

I find hope in the shared purpose & incredible discussions that evolve when we learn together.

Please join me 2/1/23 at 10am PST/noon CST. Free to register

choose.creighton.edu/register/?id=9…
 
 
Avraham Z. Cooper, MD Retweeted ·  
Join @ATSMedEd on 2/6 at 3PM ET for the webinar: Getting the Whole Story: Multisource Feedback in Trainee Education. Register here:thoracic.zoom.us/meeting/regist… @LauraHinkle18 @AvrahamCooperMD
 
Avraham Z. Cooper, MD Retweeted ·  
In reply to @JenniferSpicer4
5/ So how do I teach when I have multi-level learners on my teams? Here's a framework for how I categorize the options: 📌 Different times, different content 📌 Same time, different content 📌 Same time, same content Let's discuss examples of each.
 
Avraham Z. Cooper, MD Retweeted ·  
Post RxY GASTRO-pulmonary fistula 🤯

#MedTwitter
 
 
Post RxY GASTRO-pulmonary fistula 🤯

#MedTwitter
 
 
 
Avraham Z. Cooper, MD Retweeted ·  
Great framework for rounding
 
Avraham Z. Cooper, MD Retweeted ·  
But have you ever tried 'pausing' rounds and pulling up your 50 slide talk for a just a real quick overview ...
 
Why do muscles grow with resistance training? Beautiful tweetorial by @AvrahamCooperMD
 
Avraham Z. Cooper, MD Retweeted ·  
Why do muscles grow with resistance training? Beautiful tweetorial by @AvrahamCooperMD
 
In reply to @laxswamy
Exactly! All efforts should be spent preventing yourself from clarifying history, correcting exams, interpreting labs/imaging, explaining the underlying pathophysiology, and formulating a plan until you simply cannot any longer and burst forth in glorious stream of consciousness!
 
Avraham Z. Cooper, MD Retweeted ·  
Do not do this. Never turn off the Fountain of Wisdom that is the attending stream of consciousness. Hold back even a drop and the learners will suffer immensely
 
Avraham Z. Cooper, MD Retweeted ·  
1/14
Why do muscles grow in size after weightlifting or other types of resistance training?

The answer is both more straightforward and more complicated than I realized.

Let’s get “swol”...

#Tweetorial #MedTwitter
 
Avraham Z. Cooper, MD Retweeted ·  
🏋️‍♀️New episode this week!🏋️‍♀️

The Curious Clinicians are back from a holiday break, and in their upcoming episode will discuss why resistance exercise and weight lifting cause muscles to grow in size.

Check out this related tweetorial by @AvrahamCooperMD ⬇️
 
Avraham Z. Cooper, MD Retweeted ·  
A bleeding heart. #echofirst, this is how diastolic flow from septal perforating arteries into LV looks like after surgical myectomy in a pt w/ #HOCM, aka coronary-cameral fistulae.
@YoungDgk @DGK_org #CardioTwitter @Echo_DGK_GER #MedEd @AvrahamCooperMD

 
Avraham Z. Cooper, MD Retweeted ·  
Which other profession is as devoted to teaching as part of daily practice?
#MedEd
 
Avraham Z. Cooper, MD Retweeted ·  
🧩 presentations & rounding 🟰 piecing together a puzzle

🧩 🤷‍♂️pattern recognition ⬆️ with experience

🧩 patience, perspective, mutual support ➡️ #bettertogether and clearer picture of the puzzle
🤔 my role: #PICUAPP & #PedsICU consultant, speak last, help frame the big 🖼️
 
This should be every hospital’s residency and fellowship programs Excellent !!!!Actually every program in medicine Nursing Technicians all of them
 
Avraham Z. Cooper, MD Retweeted ·  
This should be every hospital’s residency and fellowship programs Excellent !!!!Actually every program in medicine Nursing Technicians all of them
 
 
This, 🧡 this.

👉Present from memory (if possible), focusing on the key issues 🔑
 
Avraham Z. Cooper, MD Retweeted ·  
This, 🧡 this.

👉Present from memory (if possible), focusing on the key issues 🔑
 
Avraham Z. Cooper, MD Retweeted ·  
manipulating volume status affects outcomes less than we might have expected

as long as you’re in the right ballpark, a little less volume & more pressor, or more volume & less pressor - may not matter

fluid never was, nor ever will be, the treatment for sepsis😛 #zentensivist
 
Avraham Z. Cooper, MD Retweeted ·  
In reply to @AvrahamCooperMD
That’s how I approach MICU rounds with trainees. Hopefully this resonates in other rounding domains as well! Would love to hear tips from others!
 
Avraham Z. Cooper, MD Retweeted ·  
In reply to @AvrahamCooperMD
3️⃣ Development I ask each MICU team member to cognitively level-up in their role to the next stage of training: Sub-I ➡️ intern Intern ➡️ resident Resident ➡️ fellow Fellow ➡️ attending I frame my role as an ICU consultant, standing off to the side and speaking last.
 
Avraham Z. Cooper, MD Retweeted ·  
In reply to @AvrahamCooperMD
2️⃣ Education 🧠I ❤️ to teach but avoid overwhelming residents by teaching high yield points on 2-3 patients max. I supplement w/ PM chalk talks after lunch and notes are done 🧠 I also ask each learner to share one learning point from rounds, and do so myself as well
 
Avraham Z. Cooper, MD Retweeted ·  
In reply to @AvrahamCooperMD
1️⃣ Clinical care I ask teams to focus on efficiency, ⬆️ time for teaching/ discussion ⏳⬇️ transitions b/w patients by alerting next RN ⏳Enter orders on rounds, w/ clearly defined roles as to who will do that ⏳Present from memory (if possible), focusing on critical issues
 
Avraham Z. Cooper, MD Retweeted ·  
A great framework for inpatient rounding much of which I try to follow also. twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
 
A great framework for inpatient rounding many of which I try to follow also. twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
 
Avraham Z. Cooper, MD Retweeted ·  
A short 🧵 on my 3️⃣-prong approach to rounding with resident teams in the MICU…

I emphasize 3️⃣ themes to the residents and fellows:

1️⃣ Clinical care
2️⃣ Education
3️⃣ Development

#MedTwitter #MedEd
 
In reply to @AvrahamCooperMD
3️⃣ Development I ask each MICU team member to cognitively level-up in their role to the next stage of training: Sub-I ➡️ intern Intern ➡️ resident Resident ➡️ fellow Fellow ➡️ attending I frame my role as an ICU consultant, standing off to the side and speaking last.
Replying to @AvrahamCooperMD
That’s how I approach MICU rounds with trainees. Hopefully this resonates in other rounding domains as well! Would love to hear tips from others!
 
In reply to @AvrahamCooperMD
2️⃣ Education 🧠I ❤️ to teach but avoid overwhelming residents by teaching high yield points on 2-3 patients max. I supplement w/ PM chalk talks after lunch and notes are done 🧠 I also ask each learner to share one learning point from rounds, and do so myself as well
Replying to @AvrahamCooperMD
3️⃣ Development I ask each MICU team member to cognitively level-up in their role to the next stage of training: Sub-I ➡️ intern Intern ➡️ resident Resident ➡️ fellow Fellow ➡️ attending I frame my role as an ICU consultant, standing off to the side and speaking last.
 
In reply to @AvrahamCooperMD
1️⃣ Clinical care I ask teams to focus on efficiency, ⬆️ time for teaching/ discussion ⏳⬇️ transitions b/w patients by alerting next RN ⏳Enter orders on rounds, w/ clearly defined roles as to who will do that ⏳Present from memory (if possible), focusing on critical issues
Replying to @AvrahamCooperMD
2️⃣ Education 🧠I ❤️ to teach but avoid overwhelming residents by teaching high yield points on 2-3 patients max. I supplement w/ PM chalk talks after lunch and notes are done 🧠 I also ask each learner to share one learning point from rounds, and do so myself as well
 
A short 🧵 on my 3️⃣-prong approach to rounding with resident teams in the MICU…

I emphasize 3️⃣ themes to the residents and fellows:

1️⃣ Clinical care
2️⃣ Education
3️⃣ Development

#MedTwitter #MedEd
Replying to @AvrahamCooperMD
1️⃣ Clinical care I ask teams to focus on efficiency, ⬆️ time for teaching/ discussion ⏳⬇️ transitions b/w patients by alerting next RN ⏳Enter orders on rounds, w/ clearly defined roles as to who will do that ⏳Present from memory (if possible), focusing on critical issues
 
A short 🧵 on my 3️⃣-prong approach to rounding with resident teams in the MICU…

I emphasize 3️⃣ themes to the residents and fellows:

1️⃣ Clinical care
2️⃣ Education
3️⃣ Development

#MedTwitter #MedEd
 
 
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