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It's time for #TwitterReport! This time, we're making a #tweetorial on how to use tweetorials for case-based teaching.

Follow along to our Mid-Atlantic @SocietyGIM workshop in Ballroom B from 12:45-1:45 pm at the @PittTweet University Club on 11/15/19.

Let's get started!
@SocietyGIM @PittTweet 1/ What even is a #tweetorial?

A Tweetorial is a short thread of tweets which provides educator-driven content centered around a chosen topic.

Tweetorials leverage the multimedia capabilities of Twitter to dissect a topic using supporting articles, videos, diagrams, and polls.
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It's time for #TwitterReport! Get out your illness scripts and problem representations.

Case: A 65yoM with metastatic melanoma goes to the ER with RLE edema: doppler shows a femoral DVT. He also says he's been getting more tired over the last 4wk.

What else do you want to know?
PMH: HTN, HL, T2DM (now diet controlled), metastatic melanoma
PSH: none
Meds: HCTZ, metoprolol, atorvastatin, pembrolizumab/ipilimumab (last cycle 2 weeks ago)
Social: lives with wife and dog at home. From a local rural area. Never smoker/alcohol. Former construction worker.
ER Triage Vitals:
-Temp 37*C
-HR 60
-BP 90/54
-RR 12
-SpO2 98% on room air

What else do you want to know?
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Get your thinking caps out! It’s time for #PhysioQuizzo!

You’re still working in the ICU. You get 2 patients back to back, comatose. Little history. Vented.

Patient 1: 22yo female. Found down at home. We don’t know her PMH or meds.
How many acid base disorders does she have? Use the poll below

What do you think she has? Say your opinion in the comments!
Patient #2: 25yo male. Past medical history not known.
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55 yo ♂️s/p RenalTx 10+yrs ago tacro/aza immunosuppressive, gardens & recent travel to home (Philippines), presents chronic progressive cough, constitutional features & single skin abscess, with non-cavitary RUL consolidation + diffuse ggo refractory to Levaquin...
100.1F, HR110s (near baseline), RR18 97% RA. Found to have mild AoC kidney injury, AoC hyponatretomia , mild hepatocellular injury. Procalcitonin 0.7.

Do you start antibiotics? If Yes: tell me which ones in comment
So before starting treatment...maybe should think about therapies....this was my 🐔 scratch DDx on back of article —> Think their stable and more Abx won’t help things I’m worried about acutely at this point
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It’s #TwitterReport time!

We give you a case. You ask us questions. Everybody learns.

A 77yoF presents after passing out. This is the 3rd time it has happened. Most recently, she stood up, got dark vision, and woke up on the floor.

What else do you want to know?

1/ #TwitterReport

-3 times in 1 month she’s gotten up from sitting and passed out. Darkened vision each time.
-First one witnessed by sister. She woke up w/in 1m. No confusion.
-Fatigue for the past 3-6mo
-No fevers or chills but she’s had a 10 lbs weight loss this year
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All right! Better late than never! Time for today’s #TwitterReport

Case: A gentleman is brought to the ER after being found down. He was reportedly walking around a Target parking lot without clothes on just before collapsing. He has no ID.

What else do you want to know?
1/x #TwitterReport

So this is a tough one for multiple reasons.

HPI: Patient responds with "Martha" to every question you ask, including asking about his name.

As a result, PMH, PSH, Social hx, Allergies, Family history are all unknown.

He has no ID, no collateral available.
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