The AuStralian Pre-hospital care quality IndicatoR projEct (ASPIRE) aims to develop and test a suite of indicators that can be used to evaluate the quality of care provided by ambulance services. #paramedicine #qualityinhealthcare #qualityindicators https://t.co/SDQIgr8mVM — Robin Pap (@robin_pap) January 10, 2018
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Does the Agent Influence Tumours?
Anaesthesia has big impacts, but could it be that the clever drugs add major risks? A post from Andrew Weatherall Anaesthesia can be a specialty of the briefest touches. There are plenty of patients who we’ll meet once and that’s that. If you’re reading this you probably think it’s a pretty important one off meetingContinue reading “Does the Agent Influence Tumours?”
Summers Past – A Look Back at Drowning Cases
A quick post on a recent paper from one of the authors, Andrew Weatherall. You can get the full text over here and it might be worth having a quick look at a quick review of a study from the Netherlands that Alan Garner did previously. Every summer, for too many summers, prehospital teams at CareFlightContinue reading “Summers Past – A Look Back at Drowning Cases”
Alarming but important FOAMEd
This is extremely alarming http://t.co/gzLAPsYVRN — Paul Young (@DogICUma) September 18, 2015 //platform.twitter.com/widgets.js