Ross Golden (1889 - 1975) was an American radiologist. Eponymously remembered for Golden S sign first described in 1925
First reported by de Winter in 2008, the de Winter ECG pattern is an anterior STEMI equivalent that presents without obvious ST segment elevation
Sir Peter James Kerley (1900-1979) was an Irish radiologist. Kerley was widely published including describing (but not naming) his eponymous lines firstly in 1933 and then in again his textbook in 1950, and widely about TB diagnosis. Kerley lines A, B and C
Debrief: Following SMACCForce Simulation Team of a Resuscitative Hysterotomy in a high-pressured situation.
SIM team demonstrate a Resuscitative Hysterotomy/ Perimortem Caesarean section on a pregnant female involved in a high speed motor vehicle accident.
Henry Harrington Janeway (1873-1921) was an American physician and pioneer for radiation therapy in the treatment of cancer. Janeway Gastrostomy, Janeway Laryngoscope
Cotton fracture (trimalleolar fracture) described in 1915 by Frederic Jay Cotton (1869-1939); fracture of the ankle that involving the lateral malleolus, medial malleolus and distal posterior aspect of the tibia (posterior malleolus).
Niels Lauge-Hansen (1899 – 1976) was a Danish Radiologist. Eponymously linked with the Lauge-Hansen classification of ankle fractures in 1950
Robbert J. de Winter (1958 – ) is a Dutch Professor of cardiology. Eponym: de Winter T wave - a new ECG Sign of Proximal LAD Occlusion
Simulation debriefing: theories, models, approaches, process elements, and strategies for difficult situations.
September 2021 Pediatric Orthopedic case interpretation with Kelsey Lena, Danielle Sutton, and Virginia Casey
The average Emergency Clinician is interrupted every 6 minutes. When busy, it can be tempting to quickly “sign off” an ECG. These are the patterns not to miss.