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Ep 198 - January 2022 Round Up
The first episode of our 9th Season with discussion about Calcium in cardiac arrest, a deep dive into the physiology of exsanguinating haemorrhage, a comparison of ketamine and etomidate for induction of anaesthesia and the ECG Thrust.
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Ep 199 - Feedback: Update and inter-speciality complexity. St Emlyn’s
Simon and Natalie discuss some of the complexities of feedback when it involved different specialities and patients. We also review our general rules of feedback.
See https://www.stemlynsblog.org/?s=feedback for more.
Ep 200 - February 2022 Round Up
We made it! A double century of podcasts. In this month's update Iain and Simon talk through myth busting in resuscitation, Rick Body's airway expertise (with a side mention for high sensitivity troponin), a paper about resuscitative thoracotomy, ACPs in EM and how we all could set future research priorties.
Thank you again for listening to the St Emlyn's podcast. We really do hope that you enjoy it and have found our witterings over the last 200 episodes useful.
Hopefully we'll see some of you at the RCEM CPD Conference in Bournemouth next week.
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Ep 201 - March/April 2022 Round Up
After a brief hiatus we're back with more from the St Emlyn's Blog. We discuss a wide range of topics from crowding in Emergency Departments and the RePHILL trial to breastfeeding, genetic testing and diagnosing DVTs, as well as our highlights from the recent RCEM CPD Conference in Bournemouth. There really is something for everyone!
Ep 202 - May 2022 Round Up
Our monthly round up of all from the St Emlyn's blog. We discuss pathways into emergency care research, pad positioning in cardioversion of AF and possible gender differences in the presciption of TXA in trauma.
We also chat about travel in Lithuania, memories of defibrillating with hand held paddles and Simon's recent forst infection with COVID.
We mention a post on Lyme disease which you can read here (especially if you live near the New Forest...)
Ep 182 - COVID-19 vaccines update (January 2021)
A vaccine update with Rick Body, Simon Carley, Pam Vallely, Paul Klapper and Charlie Reynard. Bringing RCEM, St Emlyn's and the University of Manchester together for the latest thoughts and wisdom on the vaccines that might get us out of this pandemic.
Moderna vaccine phase 3 trial - https://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/nejmoa2022483
Oxford vaccine phase 2/3 - https://www.thelancet.com/pdfs/journals/lancet/PIIS0140-6736(20)32466-1.pdf
Pfizer vaccine trial - https://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMoa2034577
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Consistently solid, evidence based support for folk in clinical practice. A leader in the field, to be congratulated on getting to 200 and having the momentum to continue for many many more. Keep it coming, please!
Fantastic podcast for emergency physicians and clinicians interested in science and critical appraisal of medical evidence
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