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Posts from the ‘Prehospital medicine’ Category
Dr Anne Brants / Emergency Physician, Netherlands Dr Isla Madeleine Wormald / ACCS Trainee, UK This article is a brilliant reminder of why expeditions are such a challenging and interesting setting in which to practice medicine. Anna and Isla have done a great job of summarising the lessons to be learned, many of which will ring true to first-time and…
Series: “Interview with the Author…” The badEM crew interviewed Michael McCaul regarding his newly released article in AfJEM Volume 6 Issue 3 entitled: “South African Pre-hospital practice guidelines: Report on progress & way forward” by Michael McCaul, Ben de Waal, Peter Hodkinson & Karen Grimmer Link to open access article: Click here Corresponding author email: firstname.lastname@example.org Author’s twitter handle: @MikeMcCaul3…
Auckland HEMS, ARHT, and ADHB are delighted to welcome Dr Stephen Hearns from Scotland’s Emergency Medical Retrieval Service (EMRS) to Auckland. Dr Hearns will be presenting a lecture entitled ‘Building an Integrated Pre-Hospital Retrieval and Medical Service: The Scottish Experience‘ at 5pm Monday 28 November. All welcome!
Lessons from two war zones make a difference in medic training, article reports. https://t.co/ZoyEBZv8VH
— Nat'l Assoc of EMTs (@NAEMT_) November 6, 2016
Every prehospital mission involves a series of complex decisions, with inevitable trade offs. How do we ensure that we make the correct choices for our patients? The post Prehospital trade-offs appeared first on Intensive Care Network.
Last time Jodie Martin, Flight Nurse extraordinaire dropped by she shared one of our most popular posts ever. Jodie returns with a little on the Top End experience of sepsis. Time for a look at some remote medicine again. CareFlight provides the aeromedical service for the top half of the Northern Territory (NT) in Australia. […]
Terrorism is a new threat for pre hospital care specialists. Even if you’re experienced in trauma patient management expect surprises if you are involved in a multi site multi modal terrorist attack The post A world of new threats appeared first on Intensive Care Network.
A paper in EMJ compares various methods for performing field amputations. I can’t say I ever had to do one myself. However, some of the people I work with have performed amputations on rapidly deteriorating entrapped trauma victims. Most them have relied on the … Continue reading →
How can you build evidence by combining academic activity with pre-hospital critical care practice. The post How to do Prehospital Research appeared first on Intensive Care Network.