In situ simulation for Trauma Team Training by Chris Hicks. Managing difficult cases often doesn’t have anything to do with a lack of medical knowledge.
Liz Crowe interviews Justin Morgenstern about curiosity in medicine.
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.
Surviving massive Burns: Jamie Manning and the Royal North Shore Hospital team. The team reflect on learnings for the future, such as the importance of continuity of care.
Emily Granger takes us through the original cardiothoracic conundrum: what to do about chest injuries and rib fractures?
Haney Mallemat recounts a story of an asthmatic who minutes after he was intubated, became bradycardic, hypertensive and coded.
Surviving Trauma RSI and Coming Out the Other Side with Laura Duggan
Does adrenaline require resuscitation or is adrenaline good for resuscitation? Gavin Perkins takes us through the research and findings.
Rant: Missing low hanging fruit in prehospital medicine. Mike Abernethy talks to us about the importance of bystander action.
A trauma patient has come in and they have a life threatening, non-compressible haemorrhage. We have a Code Crimson on our hands.
RCTs deliver the most reliable evidence to guide how we treat our patients but they are badly designed, inaccurately reported and misunderstood. We can do better.