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LITFL Update 005

LITFL Logo Updates newsletter 2023

Sending you free open-access medical (FOAM) content from around the globe. We keep an eye on all the trends and best articles and share them with you so that you stay top of your field.

Abdominal CT: Choosing the right study. Next seven chapters in the Abdominal CT interpretation series with Michael P Hartung, MD. ‘Choosing the right study’ examines the alternate options for abdominal CT protocols with clinical examples.

Modern & innovative clinician education. Mastering Intensive Care podcast 078 with Chris Nickson – Intensivist and ECMO specialist

Comms Lab 46: SCARF – The Greatest Communication Tool You’ve Never Heard Of…? A brained based model for understanding and managing conflict.


Latest updates from the #FOAMed world

Their back…Thats right Justin and Casey are back with a Broome Docs podcast looking at the latest research from the recently published Clovers trial through to looking at if zinc make a difference in Covid 19.

As emergency clinicians HALO procedures are not something most of us do every day! Simon over at St.Emlyn’s takes us through how do we train, stay prepared and ready to step up and execute one of these procedures when the situation calls for it.

Getting a line in a sick paed is often not with out its challenges. Don’t Forget The Bubbles gives us 5 pearls using the ultrasound probe to ensure we get first pass success on that next tricky paediatric IV.

Do you know your left from your right? Well this months REBELEM takes us back to basics to helps us decipher left and right bundle branch blocks.

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