Original research: Haemodynamic effects of a 10-min treatment with a high inspired oxygen concentration in the emergency department: a prospective observational study – PMC

Original research: Haemodynamic effects of a 10-min treatment with a high inspired oxygen concentration in the emergency department: a prospective observational study – PMC — Read on http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC9438193/

Update on emergency care in South Africa 2017

As part of the EMSSA/ECCSA conference in Sun City we attended an update on where we are with the Clinical Practice Guidelines (CPG) in the Emergency Care field of South Africa. Introducing the topic Michael McCaul (researcher from the Centre for Evidence-based Health Care, Stellenbosch University) gave us an overview of his research on the… viaContinue reading “Update on emergency care in South Africa 2017”

The Safety and Effectiveness of Droperidol for Sedation of Acute Behavioral Disturbance in the Emergency Department

Sedating the agitated pt,1400 cases,6EDs in Oz,IM droperidol efficacious and safe, The DORM II study is here http://t.co/T4NOsbnRgM #FOAMed — Michael Downes (@ToxTalks) April 15, 2015

Making the Call: Enhancing Cognition, Critical Thinking, and Decision Making in Acute Care by Michael Lauria

I saw this on Twitter today and its a great lecture along the lines of Weingart and Reid’s discussion of Combat Mindset in critical care. Check it out!