In our professional and private lives there are things that scare us, how we manage that fear defines us. The post Things That Scare Me appeared first on Intensive Care Network.
Posts tagged ‘SMACCDUB’
The modern application of Bayes’ theorem in Emergency Medicine The post Bayes 2016: A Diagnostic Odyssey appeared first on Intensive Care Network.
Since 1978 I have had the privilege of working with some exceptional colleagues of which Doc John Hinds was without doubt the finest The post What I learned from Dr John Hinds appeared first on Intensive Care Network.
Jim DuCanto just keeps making stuff. @RollCageMedic caught up with him in Dublin and chewed the cud, the fat and the kids toys. I have kids. You might have kids. Even if you don’t have kids you probably were a kid at some point in the past. Kids chew up and spit out plastic toys.…
Terrorism is a new threat for pre hospital care specialists. Even if you’re experienced in trauma patient management expect surprises if you are involved in a multi site multi modal terrorist attack The post A world of new threats appeared first on Intensive Care Network.
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.
When PHARM meets the Farm: Rescue, Resuscitation & Retrieval in the Agrarian Environment — Intensive Care Network
Farmers work long hours, in isolated areas using older machinery. When EMS is called to the scene of an agricultural accident -Expect the worst ( you wont be disappointed). The post When PHARM meets the Farm: Rescue, Resuscitation & Retrieval in the Agrarian Environment appeared first on Intensive Care Network.
In the inaugural John Hinds Plenary session at SMACCDUB, John's partner Janet and his mentor Fred MacSorley celebrate John's life in a fitting tribute to the man that has become a legend. The post First Amoung Equals: A Tribute to Dr John Hinds appeared first on Intensive Care Network.
Disruption, Danger, and Droperidol: Emergency Management of the Agitated Patient — Intensive Care Network
The role of physical and chemical restraints, neuroleptics, benzodiazepines, and ketamine, and the diagnostic and therapeutic priorities for the acute care provider. The post Disruption, Danger, and Droperidol: Emergency Management of the Agitated Patient appeared first on Intensive Care Network.
A sports mad yet sensible woman. It’s @DrRuthBird from #SMACCdub (She turned down free beer, paid for by @precordialthump, in order to talk to me and thus talk to you.) Sport! More sport! The Rio Olympics are in full flow. The European Football season has started. That means thousands and thousands of people all crammed…
2 weeks post SMACC and I have finally got around to sharing some thoughts. The first is to say that it is difficult to outline what I learnt during my 4 days in Dublin. To summarise, it was more about ‘how’ I practice medicine, than ‘what’ I do. But, here are some of my highlights. […]
Full credit for this goes to Dr James DuCanto, airway geek and innovator from Milwaukee, USA. It’s been my great privilege (and crazy pleasure) to facilitate with Jim at smacc airway workshops in Chicago and Dublin, using the SALAD sim (suction assisted laryngoscopic airway decontamination). This is a great setup to teach techniques to manage…