Network Five Emergency Medicine Journal Club Episode 15 - Pediatrics reviewing papers from appendicitis, to cardiac arrest and ADHD
Brian Arthur Sellick (1918 – 1996) British anaesthetist. Best known for his description of the Sellick manoeuvre and hypothermia in cardiac surgery
Network Five Emergency Medicine Journal Club Episode 4 - women in medicine from gender-based differences with respect to morbidity and mortality to roles in leadership
Network Five Emergency Medicine Journal Club Episode 4 - ECMO: Review of DOSE VF, setting up an ECMO service, and D-dimer
Network Five Emergency Medicine Journal Club Episode 3 - POCUS: COACHRED, pulmonary embolism and long bone probing
Network Five Emergency Medicine Journal Club Episode 2 - Cardiology: role of coronary angio post cardiac arrest, Ticagrelor and Prasugrel
Does adrenaline require resuscitation or is adrenaline good for resuscitation? Gavin Perkins takes us through the research and findings.
Critical care controversies: Salim Rezaie (REBELEM) and Ken Milne (SGEM) go toe-to-toe debating some hot topics in critical care.
Being able to open any mobile phone camera enables triage of scene (mechanism of injury) and patient (physiology). This enables better resource allocation and can start treatment sooner.
Jim Manning tells us why the time is now for Selective Aortic Arch Perfusion in improving cardiac arrest outcomes.
Cardiac arrest physiology is an emerging field of research that may allow us to better understand why clinical trials of cardiac arrest have been so frustrating
A strong interdependent system of care can improve survival from out of hospital cardiac arrest, with Tony Walker ASM