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Prehospital activated charcoal for poisonings ?

THE POTENTIAL ROLE

PREHOSPITAL CHARCOAL : THE WAY FORWARD

THE INDICATIONS FOR SINGLE DOSE ACTIVATED CHARCOAL ADMIN IN ACUTE OVERDOSE

A rational approach to managing the poisoned patient – EB Medicine

Toxicology Update: A Rational Approach To Managing The Poisoned Patient

The interface between anaesthesia & emergency medicine

An anaesthetist’s perspective

Anaesthetic issues in the emergency situation -WHO guidelines

If in doubt about the regurgitation risk, apply cricoid pressure – it costs nothing and may save a life. (Quote from the WHO guidelines)

The truth about anaesthesia

An Anaesthetists viewpoint

Anaesthetic emergency simulation training

Anaesthetists PROPOFOL song

What makes a Hero?

Are anaesthetists heroes?

Life is a hard teacher, first comes the exam, then the lesson – Martin Bromiley

Foreword to NAP4

More from NAP4

More images of SMACC 2013

Dr Karel Habig, on "TO Air is Human"

Dr Karel Habig, on “TO Air is Human”

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Prehospital lessons of fatal Ecstasy ingestion

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When an anaesthetist asks for help from an intensivist – Human Factors My Story

Stay calm and use your scalpel

Stay calm and use your scalpel by Dr Brian Burns

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Excited delirium syndrome in 2013

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11th International Conference of Emergency Nurses

Support emergency nurses at this great conference!

ICEN 2013