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Rob, You will be missed!!!
I am curious as to how long the patients where kept in the hospital following the EPI dosing in digits. Having practiced in extremely cold environments the concern would be to conclude your procedure and release your patient into a cold environment within the hour. That would definitely concern me and lead to what we all worry about. I would add the caution to what environment and the weather we are sending these patients out into following the use of epi on body parts that could be exposed in cold weather following the procedure.
It's been a pleasure listening to your segments on EMRAP. You'll be a huge miss.
Worst X-MAs present EVER!!!Double whammy if you are leaving Urgent Care EMRAP..?????Wait til after 1/2018 to tell us if thats the case.Have a Great Adventure wherever you are going!!!
Can't believe you're leaving! You've been my companion on many commutes for years (more recently, on drives over the pass to Bend)! Sitting for hours in the car is not going to be the same after March. Does this mean more ER Cast?
Rob it's been a real pleasure to listen to you. You've changed my practice dozens of times. Thanks for all your efforts, I wish you happiness in whatever comes next.
Rob -- tremendous loss to EmRap. Simply will not be the same without you.
evidently fluorescein is made in Puerto Rico and no one knows when more will be made. We just ran out today. Anyone know an alternative for staining eyes?
I'lll miss you too in Israel. Medicine here has definetly been improved from what I passed on to our residents from EMRAP
What you do matters.