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PV Card: Continuous End Tidal CO2 Monitoring in Cardiac Arrest. Nice card summarizing the recently released 2015 AHA guidelines on this topic by Dr. Abdullah Bakhsh. http://www.aliem.com/pv-card-continuous-end-tidal-co2-monitoring/

How to create a podcast – Inside the workings of the PHARM

Podcasting

Low HEART score. Acute LAD occlusion. Detected only by analysis of subtle ECG.

A completely healthy 39 year old woman with no cardiac risk factors had sudden onset of bilateral trapezius pain that radiated around to her throat. …

The Rise of FOAM in Emergency Medicine and Critical Care

Over the past 20 years the internet has spawned a huge number of blogs, podcasts, videos and wikis on a countless number of topics and emergency …

Medical Education

Hinds: Crack the Chest. Get Crucified.

Medical Education
Medicine
Medicine
Medicine
New Zealand

SPEEDBOMB: A simple and rapid checklist for Prehospital Rapid Sequence Induction

— Tash (@skimightythings) December 17, 2014<p>Thanks for Dr Lars Mommers and Dr Sean Keogh for writing this great article on prehospital RSI checklist . …

Medicine

FOAM and the Rhizome: An interconnected, non-hierarchical approach to MedEd

<i>(From the EiC: This is the third post in a series. Part 1 looked at how we structure knowledge.</i> <i>Part 2 looked at a how complexity and systems</i> …

Exercice Accident au pas de tir

4f. Bloc de branche gauche et cardiopathie ischemique. P. Taboulet

Research and Reviews in the Fastlane 062 • LITFL

<b>Medical Education</b> <br>Pitts SR et al. <b>Emergency Department Resource Use by Supervised Residents vs Attending Physicians Alone.</b> JAMA 2014; …

CCC Update 009 • LITFL

People can get pretty twitchy about intubating patients with suspected cervical spine injuries. Apply MILS, use a bougie and perform rapid sequence …