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Posts from the ‘Emergency medicine and critical care’ Category

Surgery in Nepal

Philippa Hardy / ED Locum Doctor / UK Philippa Hardy is the author of website Escape Medic and is currently working as a locum in ED in preparation for a summer of expeditions. In 2016, she travelled to Nepal, spending time alongside Professors Upendra Devkota and Henry Marsh at the National Institute of Neurological and Allied Sciences…

via See One, Do One, Teach One: Surgery in Nepal — Adventure Medic

The case of the dying soldiers by Mike Lauria

PHARM Podcast 195 Paralytic first intubation – does the end justify the means?

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PHARM Podcast 194 The State of High Threat Medicine in Australia with Matt Pepper

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A novel self-treatment technique for cluster headache

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PHARM Podcast 192 Prehospital care in Fiji with Dr Anne Creaton

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PHARM Podcast 191 The Power of Words

Above: Cameron Fox with Caldervale Station’s medical chest, which contained
the adrenaline that saved his life. Right: Dr Minh in the Cairns Base telehealth
office where he took the call for help from Kimberley Rains

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PHARM Podcast 190 Never Alone – a tribute to nurses in prehospital

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Pushing the boundaries for women in PHEM

More Oxygen!

As a nursing student, you might find all the different oxygen delivery systems confusing. But not anymore! In this post we’ll cover the main oxygen delivery systems you’ll see in your clinical rotations. Ready? A Few Important Terms Before we get into the different types of oxygen delivery systems, we need to go over a…

via Oxygen delivery systems — Straight A Nursing

So Sick 18!

The Big Sick 18 #TBS18 conference is done and we’re catching up on sleep and all the impressions from a great week with learning, discussions and fantastic people – and here’s an excellent recap video of #TBS18 from Marius Klausen … Continue reading →


Awake and Dead?

Social resuscitation

There are parts of the resuscitation with no algorithm. No protocol. How do we improve that part? What are the social resuscitation skills we need to work on? We’re very pleased to have Dr Ruth Parsell chip in with some thoughts. Ruth is a current ACEM Registrar working on the CareFlight Rapid Response Helicopter in Sydney. […]

via The Social Resuscitation — The Collective

PHARM Podcast 188 Being Awake with Mitochondrial Eve

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Future of Emergency Telemedicine