https://player.vimeo.com/video/162091745?autoplay=0&loop=1 This was contributed by Dr. Johanna Moore, one of my Hennepin Colleagues who researches CPR, along with Keith Lurie and Demetris Yannopoulos. She translated her research knowledge into a spectacular resuscitation.Case A 54 year old male presented via ambulance to the Emergency Department (ED) in cardiac arrest. He was found down outside a clinic,… Continue Reading
The Norwegian Resuscitation Council has released revised guidelines for CPR, and presented them at the Scandinavian conference for emergency medicine, SAM 16. These recommendations might differ from international recommendations. Click image or “more” for a quick English translation and run-through … Continue reading → via NEW CPR GUIDELINES —
At least in cardiac arrest that is. Maybe… https://ambofoam.wordpress.com/2016/04/05/the-drugs-dont-work/
Nebraska protocol to sedate SCA patients who attain awareness from CPR https://t.co/QJ8P7jGVPS T pic.twitter.com/TGXwYBY4hN — EMS1 (@EMS1) March 12, 2016 //platform.twitter.com/widgets.js
Source: 2015 ALS Guidelines update. Is there something new (and good)? What really changes in our daily practice.
Source: 2015 ACLS Guidelines: What happened to VSE?
Editor’s Note: Last Wednesday was like the night before Christmas for the BoringEM team. We had trouble getting to sleep as we awaited the Thursday release of the 2015 ILCOR / AHA / Heart & Stroke Foundation of Canada guidelines for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and Emergency Cardiac Care (ECC)! We spent the prior week planning for how…… Continue Reading
New ALS updates http://t.co/uK5s051lvZ pic.twitter.com/mtNvlYJmvY — RCEM FOAMed Network (@RCEMFOAMed) October 15, 2015 //platform.twitter.com/widgets.js
If you were interested in Forget ACLS Guidelines when dealing with Pulseless Electric Activity Part 1 here is the Part 2 of the presentation. In Part 1 we discussed about diagnosis and diagnostic tools. Here are suggested alternative way to evaluate and treat patients with PEA. As usual all your comments will be welcome. http://medest118.com/2015/09/23/forget-als-guidelines-when-dealing-with-pea-part-2/
ACLS Guidelines are misleading about diagnosis and treatment of pulseless electric activity (PEA) This takes to conceptual and clinical errors when treating patients in cardiac arrest. Let’s see why and if there is a better way to follow when dealing with this kind of patients. First part is about diagnosis and diagnostic tools. Live your… Continue Reading