Pediatric Prehospital Advanced Airway Management by Anesthesiologist and Nurse Anesthetist Staffed Critical Care Teams – PubMed

This study observed a high overall prehospital TI success rate in children with relatively few associated complications and short time on scene, despite the challenges presented by the pediatric prehospital TI. — Read on pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34254579/

Paediatric pieces for Prehospital practitioners — Don’t Forget the Bubbles

Cite this article as: Jason van der Velde. Paediatric pieces for Prehospital practitioners, Don’t Forget the Bubbles, 2021. Available at:https://doi.org/10.31440/DFTB.32110 I’m one of those that see little humans as little humans and big humans as big humans and don’t buy into the whole angst that children are different. Some humans require small bits of kits… PaediatricContinue reading “Paediatric pieces for Prehospital practitioners — Don’t Forget the Bubbles”

Physician staffed emergency medical service for children: a retrospective population-based registry cohort study in Odense region, Southern Denmark | Read by QxMD

Physician staffed emergency medical service for children: a retrospective population-based registry cohort study in Odense region, Southern Denmark | Read by QxMD — Read on read.qxmd.com/read/32792443/physician-staffed-emergency-medical-service-for-children-a-retrospective-population-based-registry-cohort-study-in-odense-region-southern-denmark

Cuffed or uncuffed tubes? — Don’t Forget the Bubbles

Cite this article as: Davis, T. Cuffed or uncuffed tubes?, Don’t Forget the Bubbles, 2018. Available at:http://doi.org/10.31440/DFTB.17511The debate over uncuffed versus cuffed endotracheal tubes (ETTs) is a long-standing one. In a paper published in Pediatric Anesthesia this week, one paediatric critical care unit has published the results of their experience of introducing cuffed ETTs. Greaney… viaContinue reading “Cuffed or uncuffed tubes? — Don’t Forget the Bubbles”

A short story about life… — Don’t Forget the Bubbles

Cite this article as: Tagg, A. A short story about life…, Don’t Forget the Bubbles, 2018. Available at:http://doi.org/10.31440/DFTB.16688This is the second of a two part post based on my talk for FIX18 entitled A short story about death and life. We published the first part yesterday. As we were playing in the courtyard by the… viaContinue reading “A short story about life… — Don’t Forget the Bubbles”

A short story about death… — Don’t Forget the Bubbles

Cite this article as: Tagg, A. A short story about death…, Don’t Forget the Bubbles, 2018. Available at:http://doi.org/10.31440/DFTB.16636This is the first of a two part post based on my talk for FIX18 entitled A short story about death and life… We’ll publish the second part tomorrow. “Someone will be along in a minute to explain what…Continue reading “A short story about death… — Don’t Forget the Bubbles”

Tetralogy of Fallot explained!

#TetralogyOfFallot is a combination of four congenital abnormalities. Dr. Peter Lang from @BostonChildrens gives a fantastic whiteboard-style lecture on the complex anatomy and pathophysiology of Tetralogy of Fallot. https://t.co/PgLhe5jbio #PedsICU #Cardiac #Heart #Pediatrics — OPENPediatrics (@OPENPediatrics) August 22, 2018

Best Laid Plans — Songs or Stories

Not that long ago there was a whole post on the redesign of the difficult airway trolley at The Children’s Hospital at Westmead. It was pretty popular, but it was sort of missing (at least) one thing. Dr Andrew Weatherall returns with an update. If you build it they will come. Apparently. And they willContinue reading “Best Laid Plans — Songs or Stories”