CCC Update 004 features glucose control, echo for AS, sugammadex, post-arrest prognosis, SDD, physiotherapy, pandemic, bicarb and DKA, and HSV encephalitis
In the 90th FFFF you will develop a new found fear of caterpillars, be mystifed by Obecalp, puzzle over what over 70% of antibiotics are used for in the good ole USA, weigh up the framing effect and undergo surgery in 1945 with an unusual implement…
CCC Update 003 features the glycocalyx, septic emboli, VBG v ABG, splenectomy care, antibiotic timing, storage lesions, submassive PE & lit summaries.
In the 89th FFFF we find out how the Spanish health service intends to save 2 billion euros a year, what condition accounts for over 10 million courses of antibiotics each year in the US, as well as learn about a clever Dutch physiologist, ego bias and micromorts.
CCC Update 002 features a raft of changes in the wake of the TTM trial, as well as adaptive trial designs, ammonia, quorum sensing, Stenotrophomonas multophilia, obesity in trauma, and antibiotic timing.
Tim Minchin’s brilliant beat-poem “Storm” strikes a dagger in the heart of pseudo-medical flim-flammery and quackadelic mind muddling. You’ll be glad to hear that there is a new animated version…
Keeping your patient oxygenated during rapid sequence intubation has never been easier – with Own the Oxygen
If the light on the laryngoscope fails, clean contact between blade and handle, check bulb is screwed in place securely. If this fails, use a spoon