Norwegian HEMS landing on fence!

The Norwegian air ambulance service provides advanced emergency medicine to critically ill. The government has defined a time frame of 45 mins as the goal within which 90% of the population should be reached…even if it means landing on a fence! — Ola Brown(Orekunrin) (@NaijaFlyingDr) June 4, 2018

Body art from @tpendz #tattswecarry

Guests and visitors to the #UGH cafe , we are opening a new gallery section to the establishment, featuring artwork especially body art and tattoos. Images are contributed by clinicians via twitter for open sharing under the banner Creative Commons licence of this blog site (refer to disclaimer and commons license on home page). No… Continue Reading


We couldn’t just stop after one conference, could we? Next year we will be swapping the glamour of Brisvegas for the coffee capital of Australia, Melbourne. With a day dedicated to some fantastic pre-conference workshops, it’s going to be an event not to be missed so save the date. Bookmark and keep… via Save the… Continue Reading

Tranexamic saves lives in post partum bleeding!

Tranexamic acid reduces death due to bleeding in women with post-partum haemorrhage – findings from the #WOMANTrial — The Lancet (@TheLancet) April 26, 2017 #TXA reduced deaths of mothers caused by bleeding after #childbirth by 1/3 @TheLancet @gatesfoundation #WOMANtrial — LSHTM press (@LSHTMpress) April 26, 2017


DIY vomiting airway training mannequin — AirMed & Rescue (@airmedandrescue) March 8, 2017

Doctor-led Air Ambulance service for Northern Ireland is approved

Great news! Doctor-led Air Ambulance service for Northern Ireland is approved — Belfast News Letter (@News_Letter) March 1, 2017 AIR AMBULANCE NI DELIGHTED HELICOPTER EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICE APPROVED — Air Ambulance NI (@AirAmbulanceNI) March 1, 2017

Uluru from space

French astronaut catches Uluru from space during sunset… just blindingly stunning — Mark Di Stefano 🤙🏻 (@MarkDiStef) February 19, 2017

Blood by PHEMCast

There is the potential for significant controversy in this month’s episode – and we would really appreciate the feedback of the prehospital community on this one. We have held the ‘no clear fluids’ mantra close to our hearts for most of our prehospital careers. We ‘know’ that giving sea water to our patients, and […] via… Continue Reading

Glottic impersonation – beware out there!

@drandrewmackay Here is the issue with watching ETT thru cords. Not necessarily reliable, particular warning in babies. — Dr. Laura Duggan (@drlauraduggan) February 3, 2017 Would this anatomy be enough to intubate with confidence? — Dr. Laura Duggan (@drlauraduggan) February 3, 2017 Glottic impersonation in the wild. When you see both, & don't… Continue Reading