Emergency Procedure: Male Seldinger catheter. Difficult male catheters - We recommend a Seldinger technique
Network Five Emergency Medicine Case Series Episode 27 - an interesting yet challenging case from a night shift.
The coudé catheter has a curved tip and is derived from the French term “coudé” for “elbow.” Described by Louis Auguste Mercier in 1836
Network Five Emergency Medicine Conversations Episode 25 - an interview with Dr Kavita Varshney on medical education, leadership, and more!
Emergency Procedure: Ocular foreign body removal. Exactly what it says on the tin
Emergency Procedure: Priapism management. Management of Low flow ischaemic priapism (98%) and High flow non-ischaemic priapism (2%)
Emergency Procedure: Thoracotomy. Possibly the most terrifying emergency procedure, but also one which carries a high chance of saving a life.
Major Karl Connell (1878-1941) was an American surgeon, serviceman and inventor. Connell Mask, Connell Model, Connell Flowmeter, Connell Airway
Emergency Procedure: Pelvic Binders. Pelvic binders can be applied to patients following blunt trauma if there is any suspicion of pelvic fracture.
Network Five Emergency Medicine Conversations Episode 24 - an interview with Dr Amith Shetty on medical administration, leadership, and more!
Louis-Auguste Mercier (1811-1882) was a French urologist. Devised the coude catheter (Mercier catheter) with the tip at an angle (Mercier angle)
Emergency Procedure: Precipitous Birth in the ED. Let’s face it, the three births you attended as a medical student don't really prepare you for this...