Franz Wiesbauer looks at acid-base compensation and some super-simple rules that will help you decide whether compensation is adequate or not.
LITFL Blog Archive
Cliff Reid, Geoff Healy, and Chris Nickson discuss a fictionalised case from the Resuscitology course: “Oncology Patient in Resus”, including airway management and failure of video laryngoscopy, and the challenges of resuscitation in the context of potentially terminal illness.
A 22 year old man presents anxious he has noted a swelling in his scrotum. It is bigger when he stands up, and feels like a bag of worms.
The Clinician Educator Unconference will take place on Sunday 13 October 2019 at the Centre for Health Innovation at the Alfred Hospital in Melbourne, Australia.
Just when you thought your brain could unwind on a Friday, you realise that it would rather be challenged with some good old fashioned medical trivia FFFF, introducing the Funtabulously Frivolous Friday Five 296
A quick update on the upcoming Resuscitology courses in Sydney and Melbourne in 2019.
Franz Wiesbauer explains the relationship between pH, HCO3 and pCO2 and a simple rule which will help you decide whether the primary problem is respiratory or metabolic in nature.
Why Z is different from Zzzz, what you can see in a speculum, and how to tell if your tofu has been spiked.