Michelle Johnston tackles a weighty problem. The challenges of morbid obesity in trauma.
Johnston — Supersized patients, Supersized problems
non-invasive cardiac output monitoring: no pain, all gain? by mallematLucy Timms, , The Talks smaccGold 2014, Cardiac, Resuscitation, Sepsis, Ultrasound, 0
A conniseur’s guide to the different families of non-invasive cardiac output monitors. Haney mallemat expertly details the pros and...
nickson: euboxia and (ab)normalityLucy Timms, , The Talks smaccGold 2014, Resus Mind, 1
The quest for normality. Chris Nickson reflects on our perpetual number chasing. What constitutes ‘normal’ in critical care patients?
Brazil — Timing, Tribes and STEMIsKay Shanley, , The Talks smaccGold 2014, Education, Misc, Personal Development, Resus Mind, 0
Vic Brazil opens smaccGOLD with a powerful insight into how conflict between “tribes” in our everyday working environment can...
icu echo, now in 3d – by janinLucy Timms, , The Talks smaccGold 2014, Ultrasound, 0
The single best test ? Pierre Janin examines the use of transthoracic echo in ICU. The best possible applications...
LOGISTICS AND WINCHES: SAVING LIVES IN THE BACK OF BEYONDLucy Timms, , The Talks smaccGold 2014, Misc, Resus Mind, Resuscitation, Trauma, 0
It’s not easy bringing a resus room to a cliff-face. Brian Burns illustrates some of the daunting challenges encountered...
Cullen — Why most published research is wrongLucy Timms, , The Talks smaccGold 2014, Misc, Personal Development, Research, 0
Question everything! Louise cullen examines the minefield of published research and importance of reading around topics, not articles.
Dangers of the Deep: Exploration Medicine.Lucy Timms, , The Talks smaccGold 2014, Misc, 0
Exploration medicine. Glenn Singleman enthralls the crowd with tales of the deep, his experiences following James Cameron into the...
adaptation: the body’s response to trauma by brohiLucy Timms, , The Talks smaccGold 2014, Metabolic, Resuscitation, Trauma, 0
Evolution and inflammation. Karim Brohi critiques our approach to trauma and how we should consider more judicious, multi-directional approach.