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Posts from the ‘Prehospital medicine’ Category

PHARM Podcast 180 What year is this? Intubation checklist year?

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PHARM Podcast 179 The Australian Snake Bite Project

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North Australian stuff that can kill & maim you

This is the vodcast version of a talk I am giving at the Australian College of Dermatology meeting next week. Why am I speaking at a Derm conference? Who knows! My knowledge of skin is superficial at best…. Anyway they wanted to know about things that might kill you in Broome… so humans aside, these…

via Northern Nautical Nasties — Broome Docs

PHARM Podcast 177 South Africa ditches the hard collar!


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PHARM Podcast 176 Live tweeting by ambulance services: a growing concern

Some joker on Twitter called Chrimes took this at Aspen, Colorado

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PHARM Podcast 175 Battlefield fluid resuscitation in 2017


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PHARM Podcast 174 Battlefield analgesia in 2017

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Its Never Ok . Please spread the message

PHARM Podcast 173 Awake Cricothyrotomy: A Novel Approach to the Surgical Airway in the Tactical Setting

Control -Cric kit from Pulmodyne, designed by Dr Levitan

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PHARM Podcast 169 Prehospital doctors and trauma outcomes

Dr John Hinds believed in prehospital doctor led trauma care saving lives (RIP , 2015)

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The Thin Red line

There are plenty of times in the land of retrieval (and in some prehospital settings) where you need a little bit more than the simple squeezy cuff gives you. An arterial line. Maybe we could share some tips that work for at least one person with the hope of encouraging people to share theirs. This post is from […]

via The Red Line — The Collective

A career start on the PHARM? Northern Australia is calling!

Twitter, ethics and emergency services – a cautionary tale

Prehospital trauma course

Seriously, just Kalm Down

Following on from my previous post on managing the agitated patient…

via Seriously, just Kalm Down! — AmboFOAM