Remember that 2 am cric where no one knew what size ET tube you needed?
How about that time you did an ED thorocotomy and no one knew what a vascular clamp was?
Thisp odcast is about how to avoid it .
#foamed #surgery #criticalcare #trauma.
Episode 59:Peri-mortem Cesarians in Trauma Care
This episode is a quick rundown of some pitfalls and some tips on how to deal with an extremely challenging aspect of trauma/obstetric/ED and Critical care without hitting that panic button.
Episode 58: On Mental Health, Cyber Security and Blackmail
I was genuinely disturbed and intrigued by the Vastaamo breach where a hacker managed to obtain 40000 patient records, send out emails threatening to release their data. Imagine if your most intimate thoughts and fears where out there. Full transcripts from the computer system of a mental health facility.
How do you prevent something like this? We owe it to our patients to be better at cyber security Medsec/ Healthcare Sec.
Episode 57:Never Let go of the F*****G Guidewire!
After a little Hiatus we are back!
Just a recap on central line complications when it comes to guidewire mishaps and cannulation issues.
Stay tuned for better content soon!
#trauma #centrallines #angio #criticalcare #icu #foamed #cath #angio
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Episode 56: Full Throttle CPR
How to optimise your CPR for the best outcomes possible with minimal stress.
Episode 55:Skill Decay: Can you forget how to put in a Chest Tube after a year off?
In this episode I wanted to talk about skill decay. The notion that taking a research year off, medical leave or something of that nature makes you worse at your job, and whether there is any evidence for it in the medical field.
Episode 54: Professionalism, Peer Review and the #Medbikini Movement
Just some thoughts on the article published in Journal of Vascular Surgery
and what it means to be a professional really.
Literally one of the best teachers I had in KU!
Dr Saud was very strict but literally gave the best lecture in KU! I'm so happy to see him work on this now.
Very insightful stuff.
Lots of insight into the deeper parts of resuscitation.
We health care pros want to be able to share our expertise!
Do we have a link to follow for valid questions, communication & review what we can contribute to better working relationships among off duty hospital critical care workers/Paramedics & police who are first on scene at a flaming car crash with 4 Vic's? Together we could improve care at accident scene.