Good god. Props to the vet that intubated this dog. That looks like the most difficult airway I’ve ever seen. (via Reddit)
Hello Kaiser Oakland!
I told you that I’d publish a list of all my references, so here we go:
Uhm, you’re looking at my Tumblr blog right now.
Examples of The Old and the New
Caroline Hampton Halsted: the first to use rubber gloves in the operating room was a fascinating read, and provided me with the Aseptic technique history I used, and who knew — the BMJ reprinted Lister’s seminal work, Antiseptic Principle in the Practice of Surgery.
Here’s Scott Weingart’s post on DSI and his article (that took over a year to get published in print!) from JEM, Preoxygenation, Reoxygenation, and Delayed Sequence Intubation in the Emergency Department (PubMed).
Seth Trueger (@mdaware), Scott Weingart (@emcrit), Chris Nickson (@precordialthump), high-quality medical education, emergency medicine (@HQMedEd), Michelle Lin (@M_Lin) and Ryan Radecki (@emlitofnote) all contributed to the Twitter conversation.
History of Medicine
The Becker Exhibits at Wash U provided me with images and information on the history of medical literature and journals. Stephen Abrahamson wrote a great article on CME: Research in Continuing Medical Education. An Historical Review.
Peer Review Concerns
There are a number of papers discussing and criticizing peer review; they include the papers I referenced in my talk: Quantitative analysis of sponsorship bias in economic studies of antidepressants and Classical peer review: an empty gun.
Cost of Journals
The Origins of FOAMed
- JAMA Podcast
- Persiflagers Infectious Disease Puscast
- Evidence-Based Therapeutics Podcast
- SCCM Podcast
The Apps (iTunes Store Links)
- Larry Mellick’s Youtube Procedures
- Youtube Epley Maneuver
- Rahul Patwari’s Med School Youtube Videos
- NEJM Procedure Videos
Social Media Guidelines
Other Tools I Didn’t Get To
- Google Scholar
- You can subscribe the University of Maryland’s Emergency Medicine pearl here.
In Your Daily Practice
- The Captain Morgan Hip Reduction Technique Videos
- TheNNT’s Minor Head Injury in Adults in the Emergency Department
- The UMEM Topic list
i’m just like,
Saw my first tensilon test last week. Amazing! Made me think of “Scumbag Doctor.” So sad to see a man all better… for 30 seconds.
(Patient now getting physostigmine and doing better!)
The Medical Alphabet via Reddit. The joke won’t be funny much longer. In 5-10 years, med students will say, “Wait, you hand-wrote notes? And prescriptions?”