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Posts from the ‘Aeromedical retrieval’ Category

Ketamine Sedation for Patients With Acute Behavioral Disturbance During Aeromedical Retrieval: A Retrospective Chart Review


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Special Delivery! Inflight birthing emergencies

Introduction to Aeromedical Transport by Wellington ICU 2017

Its Blair time again!

Straight back with another podcast and with the same guest, Dr Blair Munford. This time Blair has a very different type of story to share. Please have a listen and consider sharing. Or if you like the site consider signing up to get emails when posts hit. Anyway, here’s the various ways to get the podcast. […]

via Podcast #4 – Another Side — The Collective

Neonatal Retrieval by Dr Trish Woods

This talk was recorded live at DFTB17 in Brisbane. We’ve got plenty more where this one came from so keep on checking in with us every week. If you think you’ve got the chops to pull it off next year then get in touch with us Trish Woods is a consultant neonatologist working in…

via Neonatal Retrieval at DFTB17 — Don’t Forget the Bubbles

Angels in Flight

RAAF & RFDS landing on remote Outback highway

Flying out to help rural communities

Intensive Care Flight nurse from New Zealand

Dr Blair Munford I presume

Finally, we decided to record someone. Dr Andrew Weatherall with a new contributor, Dr Blair Munford. So we always meant to include the occasional podcast. Finally it might happen. This episode features Dr Blair Munford, whose career in prehospital and retrieval medicine started back in the mid-80s when flight suits probably required shoulder pads and […]

via Podcast #3 – Introducing Blair — The Collective

RFDS Frequent Flyer!

Well, here we are again my friends. Back at the Hyatt Regency Isa Base Hospital. Oh how we seem to love this resort. Like last time (remember when Clancy was sick – you can read about that trip here) our private jet (aka: RFDS plane) came to get us. Captain Darryl was flying and…

via RFDS Frequent Flyer: Another Sick Boy — Miss Chardy

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