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Posts from the ‘Aeromedical retrieval’ Category

PHARM Podcast 166 Ketamine and psychiatric aeromedical retrievals

Monitored with ketamine infusion at 80mg/hr


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Neonatal retrieval

When I’m not working in the emergency department, playing with my children or doing DFTB ‘stuff’ I work for the state retrieval service. As the name Adult Retrieval Victoria implies I spend my time moving and coordinating the movement of critically ill or injured adults around the state. There is a dearth of retrieval textbooks…

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Ketamine reduces the need for intubation in patients with acute severe mental illness and agitation requiring transport to definitive care: An observational study

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Ketamine reduces the need for intubation in patients with acute severe mental illness and agitation requiring transport to definitive care: An observational study

Outback aeromedical marathon mission!

Flight Nurse Fleur from Mount Isa

The coolest job in the world!

PHARM Podcast 162 Oxford Handbook of Retrieval Medicine

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Meet the experts who help the Flying Doctor keep flying!

Seeing is Believing

PHARM Podcast 159 Aeromedical retrieval of the patient with neurodevelopmental condition

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17hr Combat Medevac!

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JellyBean 052 with Marietjie “MJ” Slabbert and Aeromedicine — LITFL: Life in the Fast Lane Medical Blog

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Punching above your weight and above the clouds. In the first post bare knuckle fight interview for the Jellybean Podcast we talk to the victor, nay, the newly crowned Heavyweight Champion of South African Aeromedicine. She was, of course, graceful in her moment of triumph. It’s @mjslabbert Dr Slabbert went into the ring with a…

via JellyBean 052 with Marietjie “MJ” Slabbert and Aeromedicine — LITFL: Life in the Fast Lane Medical Blog

Unexpected at 24,000 Feet — The Collective

Contributors Dr Toby Shipway and Flight Nurse Jodie Martin return with a little about something that would make any retrievalist sweat – delivering babies in the air. A call came into the Logistics Coordination centre from a nurse in a remote health centre, worried about new contractions in a pregnant woman who was 31 weeks pregnant. We […]

via Unexpected at 24,000 Feet — The Collective

PHARM Podcast 155 There still is blood (Part2)

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PHARM Podcast 153 Prehospital traumatic arrest in Special Forces operation

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