Tag Archive: resuscitation

Air Zermatt, Ashley Liebig, SMACC and St.Emlyn’s

  En route to #dasMACC this year, I had the incredible opportunity to visit colleagues at Air Zermatt (@airzermatt) in Switzerland. With an exceptional view of the Matterhorn in the distance, the base situated at 5,310 ft, is home to one…
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Sugar and Spice…Not All Things Nice

Synthetic Cannabinoid

The use of synthetic cannabinoids is on the rise.  They are dangerous, don’t fit a particular toxidrome, and can require emergent intervention.  They are a nasty phenomenon and this article will hopefully show you why. The Background Novel psychoactive substances…
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JC: Intubate or not intubate? That is the question…

    Clinical scenario: A multi-morbid, elderly patient with renal failure and recently diagnosed hyperkalaemia suffers a cardiac arrest in your busy resuscitation area before you can start appropriate treatment. You start CPR with a fully available team and give instructions…
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JC: Is this the REASON to use USS in cardiac arrest? St.Emlyn’s

This month the emergency department point of care ultrasound in out-of-hospital and in-ED cardiac arrest trial from the REASON1 trial is published in the journal Resuscitation. This has been rumoured for some time in the #FOAMed world as patient outcome…
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JC: Does EPO improve OOHCA outcomes? St.Emlyn’s

Here at St.Emlyn’s we are always interested in improving outcomes from serious illness and injury. In many cases the outcome for patients in terms of their quality of life is related to neurological function. Yet we are limited in what…
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