This thrilling episode is all about retrieval medicine – we will first discuss the impact of pre-hospital advanced airway management on the neurological outcomes in patients with out-of-hospital cardiac arrest (OOHCA). Then, we will dissect down the much dreaded (but potentially lifesaving!) scalpel cricothyroidotomy and, to finish, we will infuse ourselves into a discussion about pre-hospital administration of thawed plasma in patients at risk of haemorrhagic shock. This month’s interlude segments will be presented by retrieval specialists, Dr Ruby Hsu and Dr Ruth Parsell. … More Emergency Medicine Podcast – Retrieval
Listen Here: <a href="http://<iframe width="100%" height="180" frameborder="no" scrolling="no" seamless src="https://share.transistor.fm/e/cc05b100">CLICK HERE Episode 5 – Paediatrics | Network Five Emergency Medicine Journal Club This episode is all about the little humans – we first look at the reliability of a clinical prediction rule to identify febrile infants who are at low of serious bacterial infections. Then … More Emergency Medicine Podcast – Paediatrics
Listen Here: MORE INFORMATION: OVERVIEW In this exciting episode, the focus is on POCUS – we will be discussing the role, benefits, and potential pitfalls of POCUS in cardiac arrest (02:00) and in diagnosing pulmonary embolism (29:10) before probing into its use in the management of long bone fractures (01:03:35). This month, the team are … More Podcast – Point of Care Ultrasound, PE
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Is water good for you? Some health hippie nutters say you have to drink 8 litres of water a day. Not only is this bad for the environment (plastic water bottle excess), but it may also be a waste of money. Usually, there is nothing wrong with drinking a bit of water. It seems common sense … More Water – how much is too much?