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The Italian Airway Job

In Emergency Medicine “Simplicity” is synonymous of efficiency, efficacy and reproducibility. More the time frame is stressful more we need procedures that are efficient, efficacious and standardised, in one word SIMPLE. Critcothyrodotomy and chest drain are procedures usually performed in high stressing scenarios and more simply they are more chance of success they have. I […]

via Prehospital Emergency Procedures: Scalpel, Finger, Bougie. That’s all you need! — MEDEST

Outback tales from my neck of the woods

Sick kids. It is the pits isn’t it, so scary. I mean, I get worried (and totally freak out) when a jackaroo comes to me with a cut on his eyebrow that needs stitches (may or may not have happened last week) so can you imagine how much it worries me when one of my…

via What happens when your six year old gets sick and town is 5 hours away — Miss Chardy

Choose Your Own ADventure MedEd Threads!

RFDS Retrieval registrar -whats it like?

Cric model- Open access 3D print design and instructions!

Suicide – one nurse’s story

STARS air ambulance in Saskatchewan

Reboot kids RSI

Respect for the classics doesn’t mean being stuck with them. Here’s a refresher on why you might not want to do RSI like they used to by Dr Andrew Weatherall. This one is a cross post picked up from the paeds anaesthesia site he chips in on, http://www.songsorstories.com Everything in medicine needs the occasional reboot. I mean […]

via Old School/New School – Updating Classic RSI — The Collective

The con of the resilience movement

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“She was eaten alive”

Sydney Airway course with Dr Levitan, 2017!

How can you support African Emergency Medicine?

A lot of people have been asking the LMIC delegates at dasSMACC the following question: “How can we support African Emergency Medicine?” Two quick ways you can help from afar: ONE: Donate to SupaDel: Supadel is a unique AFEM initiative that sponsors the attendance of delegates from low and middle income countries at AFEM-affiliated conferences on African…

via Annet Alenyo at #dasSMACC – How to support African EM — #badEM

SUPPORT DO NO HARM!

What an airway case from AirCare!

IMAGE CREATED BY GRACE LAGASSE, MD. THIS WORK IS LICENSED UNDER A CREATIVE COMMONS ATTRIBUTION-NONCOMMERICAL-SHARELIKE 4.0 INTERNATIONAL LICENSE. Air Care was dispatched to a scene for a male patient in his 20s who was involved in a motor vehicle collision. Prior to arrival, first responders report that the patient was entrapped in his vehicle with…

via Annals of B-Pod: To Cric or Not to Cric? — Taming the SRU

Australian Doctors welcome Federal Govt commitment to change mandatory mental health reporting laws