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OnUrOwn at SMACCUS Chicago!! (R18+ WARNING!)

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Effects of prehospital epinephrine administration on neurological outcomes in patients with out-of-hospital cardiac arrest

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SMACCFORCE at Chicago

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SMACC AIRWAY at Chicago

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SMACC DUBLIN IN 2016!

EZDrugID: International campaign to improve the distinctiveness of medication packaging

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“Look-alike Drugs”is a present concern for all the emergency medicine professionals. EZDrugID Campaign address this topic with a petition a survey and suggesting strategies to prevent medication errors.

Go to the website http://ezdrugid.org/EZDrugID/About_EZDrugID.html and sign the petition, take the survey but most importantly introduce in your working place the awareness of “Look-alike drugs” danger for medication errors.

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IMagine theres no Xray at SMACCUS Chicago


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SMACC CUP SONG LIVE IN CHICAGO!

Word on the Street at SMACC US 

 
Word on the Street SMACC US podcast Day 1 

Sandpits, Better Eyes and New Monitors – Can NIRS work for prehospital medicine?

Originally posted on The Collective:

This is part 2 of a series (part 1 is here) on trying to study near-infrared spectroscopy in the prehospital setting by Dr Andrew Weatherall (@AndyDW_). Can NIRS work? No one can be sure but here’s one approach to getting some data we can actually use. 

A while back I did a post where I pointed out that when you get sold technology, there’s a whole history behind the machine that goes beep that means it’s probably not what you’re told. And the example I used was near-infrared spectroscopy tissue oximetry.

That was partly because I’m involved in research on NIRS monitoring and I’ve spent a lot of time looking at it.  Like every time I look carefully in the mirror, there’s a lot of blemishes that I miss on a casual glance. I also don’t mind pointing out those blemishes.

So that post was about all the things that…

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Yellowstone Airway course 2015 via Twitter

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Whats the best thing about Yellowstone Airway course?

Video laryngoscopy using Android Mobile Phone!

The acutely agitated patient in a remote location 2015

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GOSFORD TRAUMA EVENING WEBCAST June 2015

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