A golden mile too far? Lewis Macken dissects evidence suggesting that chasing urine output in burns patients leads to overzealous fluid resuscitation.
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What are they? What can they do for me? Which ones should I start with? How do I build...
do doctors do it better? by webbLucy Timms, , The Talks smaccGold 2014, Patient Safety, Personal Development, Resus Mind, 0
Sarah Webb highlights how the upskilling of critical care nursing staff can make for more efficient and effective high...
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?
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.
Aortic CatastrophesLucy Timms, , The Talks smaccGold 2014, Cardiac, Resuscitation, 0
Commonly missed catastrophes. Rob Rogers expertly details strategies for improving our early identification of aortic dissection.
Roland — Evaluating EducationLucy Timms, , The Talks smaccGold 2014, Education, Personal Development, 0
Education as an Intervention. Damian Roland highlights how patient outcomes should be a benchmark for the quality of our...
prehospital care: the future. by habig.Lucy Timms, , The Talks smaccGold 2014, Misc, Resuscitation, 0
Karel Habig reveals exciting, emerging technologies that have the potential to revolutionise pre-hospital care.
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...