Linda Durojaiye describes a Paediatric Emergency Department Quality and Safety Programme. SMACC 2019
John Myburgh hypothesises that resuscitation fluids cause more harm than they save lives.
Despite decades of research, there is little agreement on what sepsis is. Jeremy Faust explores What even IS “usual care” in sepsis now?
Gerrie Potgieter gives a fantastic 7 min intro into how to decipher a CT brain imaging.
Large-scale clinical trials are expensive and take years to go. Do they generate patient and economic benefit that justifies the cost of trials?
Bec Nogajski takes you on a 20 minute journey about YOU. How you team, how you follow, and what leadership style would work for you.
Lauren Westafer introduces the concept of a new generation of pulmonary embolism (PE). What was once considered a deadly disease process now carries a mortality rate of <3%, which may be driven by overtesting as well as overdiagnosis.
Naomi Hammond talks about why follow up after critical illness matters, and why we need to know more about how to do it.
A panel with the chairs of ILCOR discussing their two newest cardiac arrest protocols. Hosted by Scott Weingart.
A deep dive into a much more common frightening entity than you may think. Turning a zebra into a horse with David Carr
Des Gorman talks about outcomes and controversies following traumatic brain injury.
Hallie Prescott tells us about why the back-end of sepsis matters and is a neglected aspect of our management.