Skip to content

Posts from the ‘prehospital’ Category

Prehospital ketamine use by paramedics in the Australian Capital Territory

Dont shoot the ambulance

AAGBI : Safer Prehospital Anaesthesia 2017 guidelines

Surviving Sedation – a cautionary ketamine tale

Read more

A simpler arterial line setup for prehospital

//platform.twitter.com/widgets.js

Recommended practice for out-of-hospital emergency anaesthesia in adults: Statement from the Out-of-Hospital Emergency Anaesthesia Working Group of the Emergency Medicine Research Group of the German Society of Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care

//platform.twitter.com/widgets.js

Prehospital Tradeoffs by Dr John Glasheen #SMACCDUB

//platform.twitter.com/widgets.js

The Rest of Their Lives — The Collective

At the recent Student Paramedics Australasia International Conference 2016 held in Sydney, Dr Andrew Weatherall was given the topic of “things paramedics can do to produce better long-term outcomes after traumatic brain injury”. This is a version of that talk modified for the blog. This topic, that someone else came up with, gets it. So much […]

via The Rest of Their Lives — The Collective

Prehospital ketamine use by Australian paramedics

//platform.twitter.com/widgets.js

Angling for Trouble? Catch and Release for Heroin Overdose. — AmboFOAM

Ok, I’ll make this quick, as it’s half time during the Bledisloe Cup, and nothing is more important than seeing Straya get beaten (again). Therefore, no references – but I’ll follow up with some data once another study has been published (in the pipeline)

via Angling for Trouble? Catch and Release for Heroin Overdose. — AmboFOAM

VL on every ambulance?

//platform.twitter.com/widgets.js

TACMED AUSTRALIA – Reflections on tactical prehospital care

logo

Read more

Paramedic performed prehospital ultrasound 2016

Pre-hospital assessment with ultrasound in emergencies: implementation in the field

Scandinavian SSAI clinical practice guideline on pre-hospital airway management 2016

//platform.twitter.com/widgets.js

Study: Ketamine found more effective for treating highly-agitated patients during transport

//platform.twitter.com/widgets.js