Posts from the ‘Emergency anaesthesia’ Category
The @MedSTAR_SA team is so proud of you @drharry64 – please stay safe.
“An Australian doctor, who is part of Sunday's rescue mission, checked the boys' health on Saturday night and gave the all clear for the rescue to proceed.”https://t.co/PYgf25BgaH pic.twitter.com/51B1J5z2Zy
— Mardi Steere (@mardi_steere) July 8, 2018
— James Massola (@jamesmassola) July 8, 2018
Anaesthetists at the Royal Adelaide Hospital provide a voluntary service to assist divers around the world. Rarely acknowledged and never seeking the limelight. When you get into trouble diving, they are there to help.
— Dr Mary-Ann Fox (@maffygirl) July 8, 2018
Shared Blood – Bleeding Tonsils
This is the second installment of the Rural Anaesthesia Down Under (RADU) Journal Club. In this episode, I am joined by Drs Alex Harris and Melanie Little – both local, fellow Broome GP Anaesthetists. We got together and had a chat about 5 papers covering 4 topics: Perioperative anaphylaxis (the NAP6 Audit) Dose adjustment for spinal…
Here is our crew testing their teamwork & ability to communicate non-verbally in tough environments. One of the ways they do this is by listening to loud music, in this case Bon Jovi. Watch them practice giving a prehospital anaesthetic without being able to hear each other! pic.twitter.com/wt3ca6ouQR
— GWAAC (@GWAAC) April 18, 2018
— AAGBI (@AAGBI) April 3, 2018
— Simon Mercer (@simonjudemercer) January 3, 2018