Different Tablets and the Art of Distraction — Songs or Stories

Most of us in medicine like the idea that there is a bit of art to what we do. For the paediatric anaesthetist, the induction space is one of the top examples. Andrew Weatherall has a collection of thoughts around distraction at induction time. If you’re the sort of nerd who follows anaesthesia news, you […]Continue reading “Different Tablets and the Art of Distraction — Songs or Stories”

Filling the Gap — Songs or Stories

Everyone’s got a theory about what to do in the CICO emergency. Unless the CICO situation is all about kids. Andrew Weatherall goes through a recent review on this arising from the kids’ hospital in Melbourne. If you’ve spent a bit of time online you would have noticed a phenomenon that isn’t particular to medicalContinue reading “Filling the Gap — Songs or Stories”

PHARM Podcast 142 Neonatal and Paediatric Retrieval with Dr Hazel Talbot

#microteaching twice today on NICU @LTHTrust how to fix ET using tapes (unusual on NNU) & smart system bagging pic.twitter.com/XaWhf9qZVb — Hazel (@DrHillyHazel) June 21, 2016 //platform.twitter.com/widgets.js

smaccMINI summary: Paediatric Critical Care Workshop for non-paediatricians — #badEM

Tweet Good day badEM followers.. as you know @craigwylie & myself (@kat__evans) are at #smaccDUB in Ireland. I attended smaccMINI whilst Craig was attending smaccFORCE (prehospital workshop – his summary to follow in the days to come) I am going to attempt to summarise learning points from rough notes [& personal musings] from smaccMINI that would…Continue reading “smaccMINI summary: Paediatric Critical Care Workshop for non-paediatricians — #badEM”

Quality Metrics in Neonatal and Pediatric Critical Care Transport: A National Delphi Project.

Revolutionary pediatric #PHARM Quality Metrics work from #AAP, laying the groundwork for @AMPAdocs‘ #GAMUT project: pic.twitter.com/SpsuQgXy0T — Bill Hinckley (@UCAirCareDoc) November 20, 2015 Quality Metrics in Neonatal and Pediatric Critical Care Transport: A National Delphi Project.

Optimise your jaw thrust!

Optimize your jaw thrust. Not at angle of jaw, but rotate TMJ. #PSOOR #FOAMed #FOAMped pic.twitter.com/lbJyc65RUz — Tim Horeczko (@EMtogether) September 19, 2015 //platform.twitter.com/widgets.js Jaw thrust at angle of jaw=mouth closed. Jaw thrust with rotation at TMJ=mouth open. #PSOOR #FOAMed #FOAMped pic.twitter.com/fjgkXPKO42 — Tim Horeczko (@EMtogether) September 19, 2015 //platform.twitter.com/widgets.js

In Difficult-to-Intubate Children, Video Laryngoscopy Is Modality of Choice

In Difficult-to-Intubate Children, Video Laryngoscopy Is Modality of Choice https://t.co/tOW3D3381K via @sharethis #anesthesianews — Anesthesiology News (@anesthesianews) September 3, 2015 //platform.twitter.com/widgets.js

New CICV algorithim for children 1-8yo by DAS and APA

New CICV algo by DAS/APA. Ideally defer ENT. Whether you use SFB or cric-kit, mental & physical walk-thru/prep vital. pic.twitter.com/EKRQH925cm — Jon McCormack (@jonmcck) August 21, 2015 //platform.twitter.com/widgets.js Note the advice for needle cricothyroidotomy