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A Thursday #MedThread #Tweetorial. Consider this an “ode to uncertainty and curiosity” meshed with my clinical practice passion #periopmedicine inspired by many recent #medtwitter, podcast, & IRL role models and conversations about… 1/X
* Stepping into the tension of clinical uncertainty
* Self-reflecting & identifying when we’re on
the edge of uncertainty
* Being able to say “I don’t know”
* Seeing what’s on the margin of our knowledge
* What it means to be “curious”
@ETSshow @CPSolvers @DxRxEdu
Also drawing from @Gurpreet2015 OHSU #GrandRounds week—as adult learners & clinicians, we must create micro-learning challenges for ourselves:
* What’s the next step
* What else
* What if
* What’s the next logical question to ask the patient, myself, a colleague?
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I’ve been musing re aortic stenosis so it’s #periopmedicine #tweetorial #MedThread time!
This is a composite of multiple patient encounters w common themes:
-review periop guidelines re aortic stenosis
-some physical exam teaching
-discuss role of patient counseling 1/N
First, how good are we at diagnosing severe AS by exam?
3/N Hypothetically:
patient comes for a preop evaluation/risk assessment (not “clearance”) and reports a history of a murmur
You ask more Qs-how long have you know, what have you been told about it, when was your last ECHO, what kind of follow-up were you were told you needed?
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THREAD Friday mini #tweetorial! Despite having a learner w me in #periopmedicine clinic the last two days, I neglected to tweet any #postitpearls (though lots of great learning + pt care!). BUT had 2 back-to-back cases raising questions of weight we place on self-reported pt info
2/ will be intentionally vague to protect PHI without diluting learning value...for all the talk re #EHR clutter, EHRs helping propagate accurate info but also "chart lore" false info, #backtobedside, #patientsbeforepaperwork...when can you "take a pt's word for it" in preop?
3/ pt A-early 50s, elective ortho surgery (though pain affecting QOL & activity levels), VERY vague "MI" and "CAD" history in chart from decade ago, no immediately available records, some risk factors for premature CAD (tobacco) but no interval events...
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#periopmedicine clinic #postitpearl with new learner type for me—NP student all day! Great conversation even before 1st patient of the day, starting with best case/worse case model
here's the link to the article itself
my NP student also found this great youtube video walking through the conceptual framework!
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