The Leaderboard for ‘extremes’ from the real world of clinical pathophysiology! Seven years ago, thanks to a suggestion by Greg Kelly, we sought out the most extreme parameters clinicians have encountered in looking after their patients.
Part One is a fantastic new FOAM resource created by Jake Barlow for critical care trainees preparing for basic science examinations, specifically the CICM and ANZCA first part examinations held in Australasia.
Antidotes are agents that counteract the effects of a toxic agent on the body. They do not primarily affect the systemic absorption or removal of toxic agents from the body (i.e. decontamination and enhanced elimination respectively)
The neurological examination in 3 minutes, on video – the highest form of art?