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Chapter 5

Strokes, Stones, and Standing in Feces

Rob Orman, MD and Adam Rowh, MD
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In this episode we discuss: Should we use TPA in patients with non disabling, low NIH score strokes? A massive study on POCUS for suspected ureteral colic, and some surprising recommendations in the recent ACEP Clinical Policy on acute thromboembolic disease.

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