Not that long ago Dr Alan Garner described the process for developing Carebundles as part of trying to deliver the best care and measure it at the same time. Here’s the first of the follow-up posts: on TBI. The isolated severe traumatic brain injury bundle As a follow up to our blog about Carebundles and their general […]
Posts from the ‘Prehospital medicine’ Category
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Dr. Karel Habig of Sydney HEMS, leads a global panel in the discussion of the retrieval of patient with a difficult airway in a rural ED. The post “Hot Potato” – Retrieval of adult patient with airway complications in rural ED appeared first on Intensive Care Network.
Stefan Mazur highlights the fascinating history of Prehospital and Retrieval medicine from the battle field to present day. The post Prehospital Medicine: How far we’ve come – Stefan Mazur appeared first on Intensive Care Network.
Kornhall's discusses the cause of an avalanche, the Avalanche Survival Curve and what this means in relation to reducing avalanche deaths, current statistics and avalanche pre-hospital medicine. The post AVALANCHE! – Daniel Kornhall appeared first on Intensive Care Network.
This post from Dr Alan Garner tackles a core problem for all practitioners who give a damn – how do you know you’re doing it well? A chat worth having and Alan has a pretty good summary of the Carebundle approach. How do we measure quality in prehospital and retrieval medicine? Speed? Number of procedures […]