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Posts from the ‘Aeromedical retrieval’ Category

Retrieval medicine from Shane

Well this time around we welcome a new contributor. Dr Shane Trevithick is a retrieval doctor with many years experience covering prehospital, interhospital and coordination work when he’s not being an emergency doctor. He’s got a bit on simple systematic approaches that get the job done. One of the exciting things that practicing medicine out of […]

via Simple Systems for Getting Things Done in Retrieval — The Collective

On-shift simulation in aeromedical operations –making it work.

Here’s the open access article. We love open access
On-shift simulation in aeromedical operations –making it work.

RFDS Retrieval registrar -whats it like?

STARS air ambulance in Saskatchewan

Comparison of five video-assisted intubation devices by novice and expert laryngoscopists for use in the aeromedical evacuation environment

Full article here as Open access!

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Psychiatric aeromedical retrieval in 2017

Canadian air ambulance simulator!

Anaesthetists and air ambulance : the perfect fit?

Happy 89th Birthday to Royal Flying Doctor Service!

How to choose a transport ventilator in 2017

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The Thin Red line

There are plenty of times in the land of retrieval (and in some prehospital settings) where you need a little bit more than the simple squeezy cuff gives you. An arterial line. Maybe we could share some tips that work for at least one person with the hope of encouraging people to share theirs. This post is from […]

via The Red Line — The Collective

French military helicopter rescue divers

Lifeflight Australia celebrates International Nurses day 2017

A career start on the PHARM? Northern Australia is calling!

RFDS Flight nurses are qualified midwives