“We have the most powerful, 3D, high-fidelity simulator in the known universe.” – Cliff Reid on running simulation scenarios in your brain.
I lost my cric virginity to a man on a beach in Australia. The story told here. After this, I’ve been looking into making crics simpler and safer. Talking to colleagues, reading articles, practicing on cadavers and animals – not … Continue reading
Think about this the next time you think you know better than the fire brigade. Watch it to the end.
A short post just highlighting a great site for critical care nutrition. Comprehensive, but easy to navigate, it has guides for calculating nutrition, as well as post going through the latest in critical care nutrition. Examples of posts is going … Continue reading
Adding to the discussion on therapeutic hypothermia or just avoiding hyperthermia in cardiac arrest patients after ROSC, there’s a new systematic review slash meta-analysis on infection rates in hypothermic vs normothermic patients. Prolonged therapeutic hypothermia shows an increased risk of … Continue reading
Abdominal aortic tourniquets have been around as an idea for a hundred years but still haven’t been accepted as mainstream trauma care. A small study on volunteers in military medicine tests one of these devices. They seem to work. Background … Continue reading