Pre-hospital analgesia in pediatric trauma and critically ill patients: An analysis of a German air rescue service

Pre-hospital analgesia in pediatric trauma and critically ill patients: An analysis of a German air rescue service — Read on http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC9883913/

AiR: CMAC Videos | Greater Sydney Area HEMS

Since we started using the CMAC videolaryngoscope we have been collecting useful airway videos for education. You can find these videos on our Vimeo channel. All CMAC videos are shared under a Creative Commons Licence: Attribution 2.0 Generic. Please familiarise yourself with the terms of the licence before reusing our videos. To view our videos,…Continue reading “AiR: CMAC Videos | Greater Sydney Area HEMS”

Video laryngoscopy does not improve the intubation outcomes in emergency and critical patients – a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials | Critical Care | Full Text

There is significant controversy regarding the influence of video laryngoscopy on the intubation outcomes in emergency and critical patients. This systematic review and meta-analysis was designed to determine whether video laryngoscopy could improve the intubation outcomes in emergency and critical patients. We searched the Cochrane Central Register of Controlled Trials, PubMed, Embase, and Scopus databasesContinue reading “Video laryngoscopy does not improve the intubation outcomes in emergency and critical patients – a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials | Critical Care | Full Text”

Irukandji Syndrome – StatPearls – NCBI Bookshelf

Irukandji syndrome is a painful, potentially lethal condition caused by certain jellyfish from the Cubozoa class (box jellyfish) species. Although the sting is usually mild, systemic symptoms resembling a catecholamine surge can result in approximately half an hour, including tachycardia, hypertension, severe pain, muscle cramping, and is often followed by hypotension, pulmonary edema, and potentiallyContinue reading “Irukandji Syndrome – StatPearls – NCBI Bookshelf”

The use of magnesium sulphate and morphine vs. morphine-only in Irukandji syndrome: a retrospective review of ambulance data | Australasian Journal of Paramedicine

The use of magnesium sulphate and morphine vs. morphine-only in Irukandji syndrome: a retrospective review of ambulance data | Australasian Journal of Paramedicine — Read on ajp.paramedics.org/index.php/ajp/article/view/711

Bush communities farewell renowned RFDS doctor Don Bowley OAM as he reflects on nearly 30 years of service – ABC News

Whether he was delivering babies in the middle of the bush or performing a procedure atop a pool table in a pub, Dr Don’s medical career has been nothing short of epic.  — Read on http://www.abc.net.au/news/2023-01-22/doctor-don-bowley-rfds-outback/101858776

Dr Don Bowley – A Flying Doctor legend hangs up his wings after 3 decades of dedicated service to Outback

Today marks the end of a 3 decade long aeromedical career for Dr Don Bowley , my mentor in Royal Flying Doctor Service . He finally retires after a long distinguished career providing prehospital & retrieval medicine as well as remote GP service to the folks of Outback Queensland . It was an honour servingContinue reading “Dr Don Bowley – A Flying Doctor legend hangs up his wings after 3 decades of dedicated service to Outback”

Extreme medicine: What it’s like being a medic in the world’s most dangerous places

Extreme medicine: What it’s like being a medic in the world’s most dangerous places — Read on http://www.readersdigest.co.uk/inspire/life/what-its-like-being-a-medic-in-the-worlds-most-extreme-places

Prehospital Release of Patients After Treatment in an Anesthesiologist-Staffed Mobile Emergency Care Unit

Prehospital Release of Patients After Treatment in an Anesthesiologist-Staffed Mobile Emergency Care Unit — Read on http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC9301518/

Association of Prehospital Plasma Transfusion With Survival in Trauma Patients With Hemorrhagic Shock When Transport Times Are Longer Than 20 Minutes

Association of Prehospital Plasma Transfusion With Survival in Trauma Patients With Hemorrhagic Shock When Transport Times Are Longer Than 20 Minutes — Read on http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6990948/

Prehospital ultrasound-guided nerve blocks improve reduction-feasibility of dislocated extremity injuries compared to systemic analgesia. A randomized controlled trial | PLOS ONE

Prehospital ultrasound-guided nerve blocks improve reduction-feasibility of dislocated extremity injuries compared to systemic analgesia. A randomized controlled trial | PLOS ONE — Read on journals.plos.org/plosone/article