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FOAMEd review of intubation checklist research

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IMAGINE by St Emlyns

FOAM in 2014 – the past, present and future

Free Open Access Medical education (FOAM) for the emergency physician

Chris Nickson with WHY FOAM?

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MEDEST Review. Speciale FOAMED Italy

Originally posted on MEDEST:

This is a special edition dedicated to what’s on in Italy about FOAmed Blog and authors.

MEDEST-reviewThis is not intended as a comprehensive review but just a  brief look on Italian way to blog in emergency medicine. So sorry in advance if I forgot someone. Instead notify me any Blog you think worths to be mentioned.

Thanks to everyone and enjoy!

Questa edizione speciale di MEDEST Review è dedicata ai Blog di Medicina d’urgenza nazionali. Non può e non vuole essere un elenco esaustivo di tutti i Blog in materia ma solo uno sguardo sul panoramma FOAmed in Italia. Mi scuso in anticipo con tutti coloro che non ho menzionato e v iprego di segnalarmi tutti quei Blog che ritenete degni di nota.

Grazie e buona lettura!

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Carlo D’apuzzo, Mattia Quarta e gli altri autori fanno di questo Blog uno dei più vitali del panorama nazionale. Post…

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Cosa ti sei perso questa settimana! MEDEST Review 08

Originally posted on MEDEST:

This week MEDEST review is a summary of the best posts in the FOAMED (free on line medical education) net.

Is a way to thank all the Blogs, and their authors, that inspired MEDEST from his beginning and continue, day by day, to inspire his activity.

Thanks to everyone and enjoy!MEDEST-review

Questa settimana la review fa una carrellata del meglio che la rete ci offre in tema di medicina d’urgenza. Per una volta non citeremo riviste scientifiche ma Blog ed autori che si occupano in rete di medicina d’urgenza intra ed extraospedaliera. E’ anche un modo per ringraziare tutti coloro che hanno ispirato la nascita di MEDEST e continuano ad ispirare giorno per giorno i post che vengono pubblicati.

ALiEM – Academic Life in Emergency Medicine

CPR: Hands-on or Hands-off Defibrillation?

Michelle Lin, MD ed altri autori contribuiscono ad una Blog che è diventato una pietra miliare per tutti coloro che si occupano di Medicina d’urgenza. Questo…

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Ketamina e trauma cranico/ Ketamine use in Traumatic Brain Injury

Originally posted on MEDEST:

Some weeks ago we pubblished this post:

I’m deeply convinced that Ketamine use in TBI is safe, and that the evidences against his use in patients with TBI are based on old and small case studies affected by major limitations.
The recent evidences that shown as Ketamine doesn’t race ICP, despite increasing MAP (thank god!), are based on small but well done trials and are as good (or even more) than the previous ones.
I’m also convinced that the utlity of Ketamine in sedation of severe injuried patients so much outweight the so lightly evidenced controindication in TBI, that his use is still mandatory in trauma patients who need emergency sedation.

 We launched the following pool

and here are the results

Pool result Ketamine in TBI

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Airway Checklist Practicalities and FOAMed PHARM Kit Dump Update

Airway Checklists EMCrit and Kit Dump 3.4

Confessions of a novice PHARM co-author: I am guilty of blogging negligence for not posting this sooner. I had an asynchronous conversation with Scott Weingart on Airway Checklist real world implementation … Read more

EMCrit on Preoxygenation and promoting #FOAMEd

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Image attributed to Twitterati Fayaz Gulamani (@fayazg99)
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A reflection on SMACC2013 and FOAMEd – A Twitter story

Fellow blogger and FOAMed aficiando, Dr Brannigan of UNDERNEATHEM wrote a reflective article on his SMACC 2013 experience. After publishing last night, here is the Twitter conversation that ensued

[View the story "Is FOAMEd like the Church of Scientology? TAKE 2" on Storify]

Let’s get #FOAMEd – March/April 2013 Air Medical Journal with Dr Bill Hinckley

Where to from here? The cross roads for FOAMEd

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FOAMEd with a little help from my friends!

PHARM Podcast 53: #FOAMEd Online Airway training Program – Airway Decision making

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GET FOAMEd rural masterclass session : Spotting the Crook!

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DrGDH

Or "How I'm Learning to Stop Worrying and Love Emergency Medicine"

Pondering EM

One junior EM doc's journey through the curious world of Emergency Medicine...

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Writings to amuse, teach, inspire and entertain.

JR Paramedic

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Prehospital and retrieval medicine blog

Keeweedoc

A topnotch WordPress.com site

BoringEM

Bringing the boring to emergency medicine

resusNautics

Navigating resuscitation

Doctor's bag

by Dr Edwin Kruys

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Prehospital and retrieval medicine blog

ETM Course

Emergency Trauma Management Course

The Doctor's Dilemma

Modern Medical Musings from Dr Marlene Pearce

Sim and Choppers

A blog combining medical education, simulation and helicopter retrieval medicine

GreenGP

Reflections of a Rural GP

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Unofficial site for prehospital care providers of the Auckland HEMS service

Rural Doctors Net

useful resources for rural clinicians

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Searching for the big picture in intensive care

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Adventures of a Rural Locum

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