January 1, 2015

Salim Rezaie, MD, FACEPCreator/Founder, Editor-in-Chief

    Emergency Medicine & Internal Medicine
    Greater San Antonio Emergency Physicians (GSEP)
    Founder/Creator/Editor/Author of R.E.B.E.L. EM and REBEL Reviews
    Co-Creator and Co-Founder of The Teaching Institute
    San Antonio, TX

    I completed my medical school training at Texas A&M Health Science Center, and followed that up with a combined Emergency Medicine/Internal Medicine residency at East Carolina University. Currently, I work as a faculty at Greater San Antonio Emergency Physicians (GSEP) in San Antonio, TX in several community emergency departments where my focuses include medical education, social media as a tool for education (FOAMed), and building the bridges between internal medicine, critical care, and emergency medicine.

    2 Comments
    • Charles Muntan, MD, FACEP
      Posted at 08:53h, 09 April Reply

      Good morning Dr. Rezaie. I’m listening to the April 3rd COVID podcast. One of the intensivists made comment about COVID thinning out the alveolar walls. I think that he may be correct. One of the Milan physicians has been recommending close monitoring for PTX in intubated patients. They’re using bedside U/S for this and then placing pigtails. I also agree that COVID is causing some type of damage which presents like HAPE. My two cents. Thanks again. Be safe.

      • Salim Rezaie
        Posted at 09:14h, 09 April Reply

        Hello Charles,
        TY for listening…I realize it is much longer than we typically go. Appreciate you taking the time to leave your thoughts. Stay safe.

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