Posts from the ‘Prehospital medicine’ Category
To help develop pre-hospital care & ambulance service, we teamed up with NFA Pacific Harbor & Navua stations to train their FFs.
This also included donating a derelict vehicle & PH gear.
— Volunteer First Responder (FIJI) (@VFRfiji) March 25, 2018
— Alana Harper (@mini_dr) February 15, 2018
Thanks for tweeting pearls from my talk: Critical Pharmacotherapy Updates for Prehospital Providers
— Bryan D. Hayes, PharmD (@PharmERToxGuy) February 8, 2018
The AuStralian Pre-hospital care quality IndicatoR projEct (ASPIRE) aims to develop and test a suite of indicators that can be used to evaluate the quality of care provided by ambulance services. #paramedicine #qualityinhealthcare #qualityindicators https://t.co/SDQIgr8mVM
— Robin Pap (@robin_pap) January 10, 2018
Well everyone else is doing the “look back, look forward” thing, so why not us as well? It’s that time of year. You know, the one where we just want a few more days to kick back and relax or enjoy a southern hemisphere summer. What better way to look busy than a review of […]
In short, probably not, but still not completely disproven. This randomised controlled open-label trial looked at giving 2 grams of IV ceftriaxone to patients that met SIRS criteria (save for WBC- testing unavailable to EMS) with suspected infectious illness. Patients were randomly assigned (1:1) to the intervention group or usual care group using block-randomisation with blocks […]