Intensivist Jeremy Cohen drills down on the thinking and value of using steroids in sepsis and the current evidence base. He also discusses a large international trial in progress to find some new answers to all the uncertainty.
JEREMY COHEN: ‘ROIDS IN SEPSIS
JOE LEX: AN OLD DOG LEARNING NEW TRICKSKate, , The Talks smacc1 2013, Education, Personal Development, 0
Lex reflects upon the art of learning in the field of medicine as an indispensible practise for medical professionals.
JOHN LARKIN: EXTREME ECG ENCOUNTERSKate, , The Talks smacc1 2013, Cardiac, 0
Larkin pulls a few hairy ecg’s out of the bag before offering the solace of a host of brilliant...
IAN SEPPELT on ICU in REVIEWKate, , The Talks smacc1 2013, Research, 0
Seppelt ranges over a year of fraudulent behaviour, reviews, and news in intensive care.
KIA WAHL: be SEEN, be HEARD (the VIEW from GOOGLE/YOUTUBE)Kate, , The Talks smacc1 2013, Education, Misc, 0
Wahl brings her technological know-how to smacc to help you maximise your foamed presence.
ADRIAN GOUDIE on ECHO: COMMON TRAPS FOR YOUNG PLAYERSKate, , The Talks smacc1 2013, Cardiac, Ultrasound, 0
Adrian Goudie discusses common traps with ECHO interpretation and gives tips on aortic dissection, aortic stenosis, regional wall motion...
IAN SEPPELT: TIME is BRAIN – The NEUROCRITICAL AIRWAYKate, , The Talks smacc1 2013, Airway, Neuro, Trauma, 0
Seppelt joins the dots on the big picture of neuro-critical airway management.
MAREK NALOS on LUNG: THE FINAL FRONTIERKate, , The Talks smacc1 2013, Respiratory, Ultrasound, 0
Marek Nalos gives us the finer details of using ultrasound as a diagnostic tool for respiratory illness.