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PHARM Podcast 116 : Droperidol, Ketamine, Surviving Sedation & ECMO with Dr Michael Downes

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

PHARM Podcast 115 : There is FOAM in the airway with Nicholas Chrimes

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PHARM Podcast 114 : The Aikido of emergency sedation

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Shihonage” by Magyar Balázs – Own work. Licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 via Wikimedia Commons.

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PHARM Podcast 113 : Chicago, PedsRUs & Critical care transport

University of Chicago Aeromedical Network

University of Chicago Aeromedical Network

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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!

Essential Emergency Airway Care Course # 1-Planning


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Emergency Intubation 101 – a HOT SMACCGOLD SIMWARS entry

“Its not proper to perform an emergency tracheostomy on every patient that passes out on the street”

Monash Emergency Surgical Airway Kit

Check out the full article by Dr Nicholas Chrimes

Mac Partlin on Emergency Airway Access

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CASE #5 : SOMETHING IS WRONG WITH MY BABY

Help out Tim please!

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I am putting this one up more to invite contributions from the community. It’s a case that has been included for our PRCC students – the guys who spend the entire third year of their four year graduate entry medical degree attached to a rural community (the so-called parallel rural community curriculum).

Time will tell whether this initiative translates to a career in rural medicine. However one thing is clear, the PRCC students are far more likely to get hands-on experience, whether it be doing minor gynae procedures, assisting at a LSCS, basics of airway management, assessment of undifferentiated patients in the ED or having own consulting sessions.

This week’s problem-based learning session is on a neonate with breathing and feeding difficulties. As an experiment, I am putting the case up and hoping that #FOAMed enthusiasts will be able to comment – because I’d love to demonstrate the power of…

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Get some Cred, ClinicalCred!

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Emergency Surgical Airway with Dr Keith Greenland

Stay calm and use your scalpel

Stay calm and use your scalpel

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Emergency Trauma Course by Dr Andy Buck and Dr Amit Maini

Amit holding McGrath VL, Andy does not need one!

Amit holding McGrath VL, Andy does not need one!

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