A twice monthly #foamed podcast from the Royal College of Emergency Medicine. Literature reviews, guideline updates and interviews with the smartest minds in Emergency Medicine.
This month we’ve got a New in EM looking at IV paracetamol, look at some guidelines for sedation, we have the second part of the highlights from the Thames Valley Air Ambulance Cardiac Arrest symposium, and finish off with some more articles in New Online.
(02:25) New in EM – IV paracetamol and morphine use
Intravenous acetaminophen does not reduce morphine use for pain relief in emergency department patients: A multicenter, randomized, double‐blind, placebo‐controlled trial Intravenous versus oral paracetamol for acute pain in adults in the emergency department setting: a prospective, double-blind, double-dummy, randomised controlled trial (10:49) Guidelines for EM – Procedural Sedation (Part 1)
RCEM Procedural Sedation Guidelines (48:54) Highlights from the Thames Valley Air Ambulance Cardiac Arrest Symposium - Part Two
Thames Valley Air Ambulance Cardiac Arrest Symposium (49:05) Post-ROSC management – Asher Lewinsohn (55:40) What happens in the cath lab? – Andrew Lucking (59:09) New Online – new articles on RCEMLearning for your CPD
Trans101: Avoiding a Trans Emergency – Ethan Wilson Transgender Healthcare: Caring for Trans Patients (FutureLearn Course) Notifiable Diseases – Ines Corcuera Hotz and Grace George Local Anaesthetics – Graham Gardner
EMJ Podcast October 2022
This month Susie and Rajesh talk about Emergency Physicians experience of stress during resuscitation and strategies for mitigating the effects of stress on performance
xThis month we’ve got a New in EM examining the use of fluids in RSI, look at a guideline for caring for patients with a learning disability, bring you the highlights of the Thames Valley Air Ambulance Cardiac Arrest Symposium, and then bring you some new articles for New Online.
(01:46) New in EM – Fluids in RSI
Effect of Fluid Bolus Administration on Cardiovascular Collapse Among Critically Ill Patients Undergoing Tracheal Intubation: A Randomized Clinical Trial Safety of the Peripheral Administration of Vasopressor Agents (09:02) Guidelines for EM – Acute medical care for people with a learning disability Acute care toolkit 16: Acute medical care for people with a learning disability (54:26) Highlights from the Thames Valley Air Ambulance Cardiac Arrest Symposium Thames Valley Air Ambulance Cardiac Arrest Symposium (54:57) James Raitt – Defibrillation Strategies (58:38) Darren Best and Mark Hodkinson – Improving cardiac arrest management at a local level (01:01: 59) Rory Saggers – Experiences from London Advanced Paramedic Practitioners (01:06:15) Paul Rees – Haemodynamic guided CPR and REBOA (01:10:15) Iain Carroll – ECMO CPR (01:16:48) Rupert Simpsons – Cardiac Arrest Centres (01:22:05) New Online – new articles on RCEMLearning for your CPD Creative Careers in Emergency Medicine Part 1 – Career Longevity - Lois Brand Management of STEMI and its Complications - Jason Kendall EM Quizzes
EMJ Podcast September 2022
Graham Johnson and Ewan Barron discuss predictors of hospital prenotification for STEMI and association of prenotification with outcomes
RCEMLearning September 2022
This month we discuss Laryngospasm in paediatric sedation | Case Based Discussions | Use of Non-Sterile Gloves for Wound Closure | and new online material from RCEMearning
This month we’ve got two New in EM papers, delve into two meaty Case Based Discussions and discuss some new articles in New Online. Be sure to check out the papers and links below!
(01:30) New in EM – Laryngospasm in paediatric sedation
Predictors of Laryngospasm During 276,832 Episodes of Pediatric Procedural Sedation (17:17) Case Based Discussions (42:55) New in EM – Non-sterile gloves for wound closure
Non-sterile gloves and dressing versus sterile gloves, dressings and drapes for suturing of traumatic wounds in the emergency department: a non-inferiority multicentre randomised controlled trial Commentary by Metcalfe et al
(52:36) New Online – new articles on RCEMLearning for your CPD
Incivility in the ED - Nicki Credland, Dan Derbyshire Uncommon Nerve Entrapment Syndromes - Jules Blackham Sexual Assault Aftercare in the Emergency Department - Ellisiv Clarke, Michelle Tun
EMJ Podcast August 2022
This month Noel and Stephen talk about paediatric fractures
Excellent content it’s a joy to learn on the go
Thanks for the excellent content guys. Particularly like the 30-40 min timings and SAQ highlights.
Love listening to these, a great spread of topics and really useful for my CPD. Keep them coming