The arrested heart surgery patient is a unique beast in surgery and critical care. Dr Nikki Stamp will discuss how to spot the potential arrest, how to manage it and some special situations to be aware of in this special group of patients
The Everywoman’s Guide to Resuscitating the Post Cardiac Surgery Patient
Not all Brains are the Same by David MenonPhoebe Adams, , The Talks DASsmacc, tbi, traumatic brain injury, 0
The age of patients with TBI is increasing, especially in high income countries, and the median age of patients...
Burnout, Blissful Ignorance and Addicted to SMACC – Iain Beardsell interrogates: Peter BrindleyPhoebe Adams, , The Talks DASsmacc, 0
After getting his chance to interrogate SMACC Superstars the people finally get their chance to get their own back...
How to Fail by Kevin FongPhoebe Adams, , The Talks DASsmacc, Failure, 0
Useful advice on how to fail at everything.
16 Bits of Anaphylaxis by Daniel CabreraPhoebe Adams, , The Talks DASsmacc, Anaphylaxis, 0
Anaphylaxis is a relatively common and potentially lethal emergency. Current definitions highlight the presence of allergic and allergic-like reactions...
Peter Brindley interrogates: Scott WeingartPhoebe Adams, , The Talks DASsmacc, medical interrogations, 0
From Upstairs Care Downstairs to Kettlebells for the Brain… WTF? A no-holds barred series of 6 provocative medical interrogations....
Peter Brindley interrogates: Liz Crowe: Love, Swearing and ResiliencePhoebe Adams, , The Talks DASsmacc, interrogation, Love, Resilience, swearing, 0
A no-holds barred series of 6 provocative medical interrogations. We challenge the state of research, social media, pharmacology, social...
Emergency Musical InterludePhoebe Adams, , 2017, The Talks DASsmacc, emergency medicine, music, 0
Humorous musical interpretation of life as a doctor, featuring singing at a piano.
‘Everything’ at the End of LifePhoebe Adams, , 2017, The Talks DASsmacc, critical care, Dying, End of life, 0
The meaning of ‘everything’ from the perspective of the patient, their family, their doctor and their health economist. We...