The Sim revolution. John Gatward on the future of simulation in critical care. Strategies for pulling it off, no matter your resources.
Gadgets and Simuation by Gatward
Story – Is chloride a poison?Lucy Timms, , The Talks smaccGold 2014, GI/Renal, Metabolic, Research, 0
Leaving bicarb behind. David Story on rethinking acid-base balance in critical care.
em clinical q&aLucy Timms, , The Talks smaccGold 2014, Resuscitation, 0
The Emergency Medicine panel discuss high sensitivity troponins, stroke thrombolysis and problems facing emergency medicine
Airway Clinical Q&ALucy Timms, , The Talks smaccGold 2014, Airway, 0
Levitan, Weingart, Hind, May, Neil – The Airway Experts discuss all things cricoid, BURP and checklists. Airway Q&A
cartner, michaela— cardiac surgery… then cardiac arrestLucy Timms, , The Talks smaccGold 2014, Cardiac, Resuscitation, 0
Cracking the chest. Michaela Cartner on the nuances of cardiac arrest post cardiac surgery.
icu clinical q&aLucy Timms, , The Talks smaccGold 2014, Resuscitation, Sepsis, 0
Lipman, Raper, Murphy, Philpot, Myburg, Mitchell – The ICU Q&A panel discuss clinical scenarios
Weingart — Sepsis in New York: Our first 15,000 patientsLucy Timms, , The Talks smaccGold 2014, Misc, Resuscitation, Sepsis, 0
Scott Weingart simplifies emergent data on our approaches to early, goal-directed therapy in sepsis. How a little goes a...
Cohen — Is it really all about the glycocalyx?Lucy Timms, , The Talks smaccGold 2014, Misc, Research, Resuscitation, Sepsis, 0
Jeremy Cohen examines changing paradigms in fluid resuscitation. Is recent focus on the glycocalyx justified?
Brown— Is the Peer Reviewed Journal Dead?Lucy Timms, , The Talks smaccGold 2014, Education, Research, 0
Tony Brown’s emotive expose on the bias of medical research and publication. The flaws in our current paradigms.