Check these out:
- People can get pretty twitchy about intubating patients with suspected cervical spine injuries. Apply MILS, use a bougie and perform rapid sequence intubation. What’s so hard about that?… 😉
- An overview of the issues affecting airway management in major trauma, including the indications for intubation the possible causes of airway compromise in this setting.
- Updated with a recent systematic review, CDC recommendations and the very useful ‘Antimicrobial Creed’.
- Updated in light of the Ferrer et al, 2014 study that reiterates the importance of early antibiotic adminstration in not only septic shock, but also severe sepsis.
- This one has been totally revamped, not just the key clinical pharmacology but an evidence overview as well.
- In the wake of the TTM trial, some argue that intra-arrest cooling may still be of benefit. I’m not getting too carried away just yet…
- Though the ink was barely dry on this one, the page has already been updated in light of HARP-2 looking at Statins in ARDS and STASH for aneurysmal subarachnoid haemorrhage. Relax, management hasn’t changed.
- This page has already had a second lick of paint too – it has already been updated in light of the VITdAL-ICU study.