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Running a code (in tight quarters) by TamingtheSRU

Hey folks! My favourite new blog and podcast for 2014 so far has been
Taming the SRU by the good folks at University of Cincinatti, Department of Emergency Medicine

They are producing great PHARM based materials every 1-2 weeks and looks like they are not running out of steam anytime soon!

This article I had to repost and highlight as its about performing ACLS code in confined spaces like an aircraft or ambulance. One of my retrieval teams earlier this week had to do this in a small ambulance early in the morning by a dirt airstrip and the issues they faced reminded me of what is talked about on this article and its accompanying vodcasts.

This reposted article has been peer reviewed by myself.


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  1. Brother, that it incredibly kind of you to say. We never would’ve gotten TTSRU off the ground without your inspiration. That said, now that we’re warmed up, we feel like we’ve barely scratched the surface. Viva la #FOAMed!

    May 30, 2014

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