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Posts from the ‘Emergency medicine and critical care’ Category

Australia’s emergency medicine college discriminating on race, review says

PHARM Podcast 179 The Australian Snake Bite Project

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PHARM Podcast 178 A POX ON YOUR HOUSE

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More than one-third of emergency doctors face work bullying, harassment, 2017 survey reveals

When “difficult” patients die unexpectedly and what we all learn

How can you support African Emergency Medicine?

A lot of people have been asking the LMIC delegates at dasSMACC the following question: “How can we support African Emergency Medicine?” Two quick ways you can help from afar: ONE: Donate to SupaDel: Supadel is a unique AFEM initiative that sponsors the attendance of delegates from low and middle income countries at AFEM-affiliated conferences on African…

via Annet Alenyo at #dasSMACC – How to support African EM — #badEM

Clamping ETT – maintaing recruitment

Open Access Central Line Procedural review!

Emergency medicine : you’re doing it wrong!

Emergency Medicine: You’re Doing It Wrong Julian (@EMedic6) Brings you down to reality…. REMEMBER We are in AFRICA Entering the era of #MacDonaldsMedicine are we still doing things the right way or have we not not been able to keep up with the needs of our patients. Can we expect the lay-person to understand what…

via #badEM16 – Julian Fleming – Emergency Medicine: You’re Doing It Wrong — #badEM

Hot water immersion v icepacks for treating C fleckeri stings: a randomised controlled trial

Emergency medicine in Malawi

Post by Mulinda Nyirenda and Jo Park-Ross This podcast is an interview with Dr Mulinda Nyirenda and details the current state of Emergency Medicine and pre-hospital services in Malawi, as well as the way forward and Mulinda’s hopes for the future of Malawian EM. I must admit a more than slight bias on the topic of Malawi…

via Emergency Medicine in Malawi — #badEM

Chemical restraint should not be lethal injection

Do patients do better with female docs?

Ketamine as a first-line treatment for severely agitated ED patients

An introduction to mechanical ventilation of the critically ill child