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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 →

via THE BIG SICK 18 RECAP —

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

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PHARM Podcast 187 After too many drinks By Mitochondrial Eve

 

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Paediatrics in South Africa

This talk was recorded live on the first day at DFTB17 in Brisbane. If you missed out on 2017 then why not book your leave for 2018 now. Tickets are on sale for the pre-conference workshops as well as the conference itself at http://www.dftb18.com. Kat Evans is an emergency physician working in Mitchell Plains in…

via Paediatrics in South Africa at DFTB17 — Don’t Forget the Bubbles

BigSick18!

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Reversing NOACS – 2018 update

Australian biters and stingers with Professor Isbister

Ventilation strategies for the critically ill asthmatic

#SSAI2017 #FOAMed the Netflix way. Go binge.

New arrhythmia guidelines 2017

Being a resuscitation educator commonly requires discussion of the dilemmas of arrhythmia management. This is an area we don’t delve into everyday so achieving true ‘expertise’ is a challenge. Guidelines often come to the rescue in such life-threatening and time dependent situations. The American Heart Association (AHA) has released updated recommendations for the management of […]

via New Arrhythmia Guidelines 2017 — EmergencyPedia

PHARM Podcast 186 Measuring Time By Mitochondrial Eve

 

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