Emergency Procedure: Emergency department Burr holes (Craniostomy). That’s right we are drilling through skulls to save lives!
Focussed ECHO in Life support (FELS) is used to define cardiac pathologies such as cardiogenic shock, pericardial tamponade, signs of submassive/massive PE or hypovolaemia
Rupture / avulsion of the distal extensor mechanism of the finger, resulting in an inability to extend the distal phalanx at the DIP joint.
The Gallbladder Ultrasound Exam in the Emergency Department can be used for patients with abdominal pain or jaundice to help in the diagnosis of: Biliary Colic, Cholecystitis or Ascending Cholangitis.
Sir William Henry Bragg (1862–1942) was an English physicist, mathematician, and chemist. Bragg's Law, Bragg Spectrometer and Bragg-Paul Pulsator
Mastering Intensive Care 082 with Will Bonavia. An ICU trainee’s perspective on learning, culture and wellbeing
The Cardiopulmonary Limited Ultrasound Examination (CLUE) is a rapid shortened basic echo and lung exam combination to assess for cardiac and lung pathology.
AMAX4 is a best-practice algorithm for critical care clinicians in anaphylaxis and asthma resuscitation.
Jersey Finger. Avulsion of the flexor digitorum profundus (FDP) tendon from the base of the distal phalanx.
Network Five Emergency Medicine Journal Club Episode 21 - Critical Care reviewing papers on cardiogenic shock, intravenous fluids in sepsis and lung protective ventilation strategies.
Rapid-Ultrasound-for-Shock-and Hypotension (RUSH) is used to rapidly assess differential diagnosis causes of shock or hypotension.
Eponymythology associated with signs, symptoms, investigation and management of ankle and talus injuries, fractures and conditions.