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Posts from the ‘resuscitation’ Category

New arrhythmia guidelines 2017

Being a resuscitation educator commonly requires discussion of the dilemmas of arrhythmia management. This is an area we don’t delve into everyday so achieving true ‘expertise’ is a challenge. Guidelines often come to the rescue in such life-threatening and time dependent situations. The American Heart Association (AHA) has released updated recommendations for the management of […]

via New Arrhythmia Guidelines 2017 — EmergencyPedia

ILCOR 2017 update

What blood products do

Midazolam is not an ACLS drug

Epinephrine (Adrenaline) in cardiac arrest: the glorious past, the (in)famous present and the possible future. — MEDEST

By Mario Rugna

via Epinephrine (Adrenaline) in cardiac arrest: the glorious past, the (in)famous present and the possible future. — MEDEST

The Resuscitationist Mindset: Bread Baking and OODA Loops – Scott Weingart

Scott Weingart’s lecture at SMACC-Chicago was on OODA loops and the supremacy of System I for resuscitation The post The Resuscitationist Mindset: Bread Baking and OODA Loops – Scott Weingart appeared first on Intensive Care Network.

http://intensivecarenetwork.com/resuscitationist-mindset-bread-baking-ooda-loops-scott-weingart/

A perfect resuscitation saves a patient

This was contributed by Dr. Johanna Moore, one of my Hennepin Colleagues who researches CPR, along with Keith Lurie and Demetris Yannopoulos. She translated her research knowledge into a spectacular resuscitation.Case A 54 year old male presented via ambulance to the Emergency Department (ED) in cardiac arrest. He was found down outside a clinic, where bystander…

via A Perfect Resuscitation Saves a Patient with Refractory Ventricular Fibrillation — Dr. Smith's ECG Blog

NEW CPR GUIDELINES —

The Norwegian Resuscitation Council has released revised guidelines for CPR, and presented them at the Scandinavian conference for emergency medicine, SAM 16. These recommendations might differ from international recommendations. Click image or “more” for a quick English translation and run-through … Continue reading →

via NEW CPR GUIDELINES —

STress and resuscitation performance 2016 by Mike Lauria

Recorded at #ECHOPhilly via Periscope

Resuscitative endovascular balloon occlusion of the aorta (REBOA): Comparison with immediate transfusion following massive hemorrhage in swine

REBOA- Who, What and Why- Deborah Stein from Social Media and Critical Care on Vimeo.

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Neonatal Resuscitation Guidilenes 2015 update

Source: Neonatal Resuscitation Guidilenes 2015 update

2015 ALS Guidelines update. Is there something new (and good)? What really changes in our daily practice.

Source: 2015 ALS Guidelines update. Is there something new (and good)? What really changes in our daily practice.

IntraOsseous Access

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CPR becomes simpler! Great news!

Medical students being taught intubation by James DuCanto

Medical students being taught intubation by James DuCanto

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Collective Podcast Ep 2 – On Traumatic Cardiac Arrest and This and That

Well finally we have a second podcast up. This is a quick chat about an approach to traumatic cardiac arrest, given the recent publication of guidelines we all like to read. The chat features Alan Garner and Andrew Weatherall and also touches on use of the AAJT which was recently added to the plan at […]

http://careflightcollective.com/2015/11/02/collective-podcast-ep-2-on-traumatic-cardiac-arrest-and-this-and-that/