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How to Make a Logo Using AI: Review of the AI tools Midjourney and DALL•E•3 to create logos and images; unique features and the importance of effective instruction (i.e., prompting).
If you have been missing the content from Cliff Reid on RESUS.ME like we all have—weep no more! He has returned and is back making more brilliant content: Impending Doom – Help Your Patient ‘Talk and Survive’!
Emergency Procedure: Priapism management. Review the management of low-flow ischaemic priapism (98%) and high-flow non-ischaemic priapism (2%).
Latest updates from the #FOAMed world
After his very deep dive into the products used to resuscitate a massive haemorrhage, Justin at First10EM takes us through his bedside approach to managing and resuscitating the bleeding patient.
Casey Parker from Broome Docs brings us “a must-watch for anyone who works in acute care as a ‘diagnostician. This talk covers the basics of Bayesian reasoning when it comes to modern ED diagnostic testing.”
The team at CCPEM takes us through the recently update guidelines on RSI in the critically ill. This podcast is packed full of pearls and cutting-edge recommendations to take back the next time you’re faced with a critically ill patient requiring intubation.
This blog post by EMOTTAWA looks at the basics of lactation physiology, chestfeeding complications, medication, and diagnostic imaging considerations.
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