Thought you might like this ED specific drug card our pharmacists made, I feel smarter carrying it in my pocket, and it is handy for meds I should know, but use infrequently, especially the pediatric doses.
There will be a push dose pressors section on the next iteration.
Feel free to share this if all the drug names will translate down under.
A “best trick of the trade” contest could draw some great practice game changers from your growing audience.
Thanks for the mousepad and airway mgmt syllabus, it is a great read.
I am waiting to fly across the country (from Pacific to Atlantic) to get ready for my next elective.
Spent my week between gigs trying to cram in as many visits as possible with family, friends, fine dining establishments, and watering holes. More often seeing many people for too few minutes. Soaking up cuddles and Champagne wherever I could. Though I am looking forward to this next experience I am tired from living out of two very heavy suitcases and sleeping in a different spare room every night. (Don't get me wrong, I LOVE that all my friends are grown ups now and actually have spare rooms...)
Two weeks of elective, a week of limbo in Ontario, lunch with my CBC BFF* and then it is back to Ireland for the last round of doctor school. The major downside to my relocation is no internet or mobile phone at my billet...I repeat no internet or mobile phone at my billet.
It is going to feel a lot like when I was in Asia, circa 1999...walking the streets hoping to find an internet cafe that doesn't smell like body odor. In other words, I am apologizing in advance for not replying to emails, sending tweets, blog posting, or being on skype. I am sure I'll have plenty of time to catch up as I doddle around Ottawa for a week waiting to fly back to Ireland on the 27th. Enjoy the sun (but not too much). Yours in interweb withdrawal...