Hear from Richard Lyon how dismal outcomes in the cardiac arrest population in Scotland were dramatically improved not by singular fancy technology, but by a system’s approach with attention to every detail.
Jim DuCanto talks about managing the soiled airway at The Big Sick 2018
Geir Strandenes with an opinionated talk on the history and future of prehospital blood transfusion practice at The Bick Sick in Zermatt.
Samuel Tisherman, at The Big Sick 2018 in Zermatt, talks about deep hypothermia as a temporizing means in otherwise refractory traumatic cardiac arrest patients.
Brian Burns talks about the systemic and organisational efforts put into achieving high performance teams at the Sydney HEMS service.
Cliff Reid is known to most people in prehospital and emergency medicine. Here’s 10 lessons from his many years developing the outstanding team training for the Greater Sydney Area HEMS service.
Velkommen til forelæsningerne fra Copenhagen Critical Care Sympsosium 2018
The talks from the 34th iteration of the biannual scientific meeting of the Scandinavian Society for Anaesthesia and Intensive care are now online.
Hear Jonathan Ilicki from Karolinska talk about how to approach the unconscious patient. In Swedish.
Thoughts on brutalization in medicine from a young doc. How do we effect a change of our current culture?
In this talk from #SWEETS17, Stuart Duffin talks about the difficulty of prognosticating early severe TBI. When should we go all in and not fall prey to the self fulfilling prophecy of stopping treatment?
How low a pH can the human body handle? How bad is acidosis in cardiac arrest? Is there any point attempting to resuscitate a cardiac arrest patient with a pH of 6.8?