If you’re a doc or nurse in Australasia and you take care of critically ill patients chances are you should be familiar with the Oxylog 3000.
We recently featured a video on what could turn out to be the emergency medicine/ critical care ‘Trial of the Year’… That’s right, the FEAST Trial:
A chest trauma patient lies before you. When would you perform an emergency thoracotomy? A case-based Q&A approach to the indications and contraindications.
Get ready for an insanely edutaining roller-coaster ride through the perils of ruling the resus… Oh, and try to stay out of the courtroom if you can.
So, what are you gonna use for this rapid sequence intubation — roc or sux? Can you answer the hard questions to determine once and for all, whether roc rocks and sux sucks or if it should be the other way around?
A review of the effectives and use of intraosseous devices in the emergency department.
The LITFL team have scoured the web to find the best collection of online instructional videos known to man or woman to help you ‘own the airway’!
Peter Safar (1924 – 2003) was an Austrian physician. Credited with pioneering cardiopulmonary resuscitation, and Laws for Navigation of Life
Reports of Therapeutic Hyopthermia’s death are greatly exaggerated – are we confusing rigor mortis with a radical face lift?
David Denman argues that the TTM trial risks misinterpretation and could lead to a deterioration in post-cardiac arrest care. Follow his arguments carefully, share your experiences and decide for yourself.