A traumatic complication

Brief Case Study 33 year old female presented post Motorbike Accident (MBA) Our patient had been riding on a dirt trail when she lost control of the bike She was wearing a helmet and protective gear. Primary Survey and Initial Imaging Airway Assessment – patent, patient was talking and orientated Breathing Assessment Palpation – normalContinue reading “A traumatic complication”

Traumatic cardiac arrest with Ashleigh Lowther

Follow her on Twitter! @ashleighlowther The app mentioned for civilians response to terrorist incident is called Citizen Aid Really good app – “Citizen Aid” – that’s well worth downloading..especially given today’s events. Stay safe peeps… pic.twitter.com/cbpR0AYTcq — Clive Lewis MP (@labourlewis) March 22, 2017

I Wish I Knew Then What I Know Now (Edition 1 – Direct and Indirect Pressure) — The Collective

Sometimes the really basic stuff needs better coverage. This series will probably start popping up a bit because sometimes it’s good to get people to share the stuff they wish someone said at the start. Here’s Greg Brown with simple techniques that could make all the difference that we should definitely do well. Here are […]Continue reading “I Wish I Knew Then What I Know Now (Edition 1 – Direct and Indirect Pressure) — The Collective”

Brighter Lights for Darker Nights (or How and Why to Set up Trauma Workshops for Your Local Volunteers) — The Collective

Greg Brown, the person with the job of coordinating education at CareFlight on things anyone with a bit of background can do to help make the wide, brown land feel a little less remote. It is a dark and stormy night. It had been a long day at work and you are now driving homeContinue reading “Brighter Lights for Darker Nights (or How and Why to Set up Trauma Workshops for Your Local Volunteers) — The Collective”