Every prehospital mission involves a series of complex decisions, with inevitable trade offs. How do we ensure that we make the correct choices for our patients? The post Prehospital trade-offs appeared first on Intensive Care Network.
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At the recent Student Paramedics Australasia International Conference 2016 held in Sydney, Dr Andrew Weatherall was given the topic of “things paramedics can do to produce better long-term outcomes after traumatic brain injury”. This is a version of that talk modified for the blog. This topic, that someone else came up with, gets it. So much […]
How can you build evidence by combining academic activity with pre-hospital critical care practice. The post How to do Prehospital Research appeared first on Intensive Care Network.
Ok, I’ll make this quick, as it’s half time during the Bledisloe Cup, and nothing is more important than seeing Straya get beaten (again). Therefore, no references – but I’ll follow up with some data once another study has been published (in the pipeline)
Tonight I had the privilege to talk to the team at the Werribee branch of Ambulance Victoria. I was given the brief to talk on something to do with paediatric respiratory problems and I thought I would focus on one of their most common presentations – asthma. Asthma is such a common condition, affecting one…
— Michael Lauria (@ResusPadawan) August 18, 2016
We can debate the value of this advanced team model vs that advanced team model. We can debate videolaryngoscopy vs direct laryngoscopy for days. People do. Its all chump change compared to the real challenge. Getting that team where they need to be. Dr Alan Garner and Dr Andrew Weatherall have a bit reviewing a paper […]
Remember 2 Things: How to monitor violent, restrained patients https://t.co/2ZKw0LAS6b
— Minh Le Cong (@ketaminh) July 6, 2016