Ketamine for the acute treatment of severe suicidal ideation: double blind, randomised placebo controlled trial | The BMJ

Ketamine for the acute treatment of severe suicidal ideation: double blind, randomised placebo controlled trial | The BMJ — Read on http://www.bmj.com/content/376/bmj-2021-067194

JC: Pre-hospital thoracotomy – what can we learn? St Emlyn’s

St.Emlyn’s – Emergency Medicine #FOAMed Resuscitative thoracotomy remains a controversial procedure in prehospital and emergency care. This month we … JC: Pre-hospital thoracotomy – what can we learn? St Emlyn’s

Prehospital Ketamine Administration for Excited Delirium with Illicit Substance Co-Ingestion and Subsequent Intubation in the Emergency Department

Prehospital Ketamine Administration for Excited Delirium with Illicit Substance Co-Ingestion and Subsequent Intubation in the Emergency Department — Read on http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC8607139/

Life support: Island doctors go the distance to save lives in rural B.C. – Victoria Times Colonist

Victoria specialists guide rural doctors through life-saving procedures from afar. — Read on http://www.timescolonist.com/local-news/life-support-doctors-go-the-distance-to-save-lives-4781369

PHARM podcast Episode 238 Prehospital care of severe facial trauma

Horse’s hoof v face causing a massive max-fax haemorrhage. “Anyone got any ideas?”#ATACC @ATACCfaculty pic.twitter.com/OymgZNhxUX — Kate Prior 💙 (@doctorwibble) September 4, 2021 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js

Bringing the resuscitation room to the scene of the accident

A 112 call comes in. A person has been seriously injured. Aware every second counts in the critical first hour, emergency agencies mobilise … — Read on http://www.irishexaminer.com/lifestyle/healthandwellbeing/arid-40345706.html

Efficacy of ketamine for initial control of acute agitation in the emergency department: A randomized study – The American Journal of Emergency Medicine

Efficacy of ketamine for initial control of acute agitation in the emergency department: A randomized study – The American Journal of Emergency Medicine — Read on http://www.ajemjournal.com/article/S0735-6757(20)30241-2/pdf

Own the Hamilton T1 — EmergencyPedia

The Hamilton T1 Switching from the Oxylog 3000+ (or similar) to the Hamilton T1 seems to be a ubiquitous challenge in many ICUs, EDs and retrieval services across Australia and beyond We respectfully “copy” and adapt LIFTL’s prior blog for 2021 and the Hamilton – CLICK HERE From 2015 – Own the OXYLOG 3000 For […]Continue reading “Own the Hamilton T1 — EmergencyPedia”