Nov 19, 2019
Sep 30, 2019
Transporting a sick DKA patient is challenging. Surprisingly, there's a bit more to it than "just" administering fluid and monitoring an insulin infusion.
Read more and find references at curbtobed.com
Aug 19, 2019
In our first official “vodcast”, we discuss pearls and pitfalls of transcutaneous pacing, and how it’s much more difficult than “you either have capture or you don’t”.
“Phantom” complexes are rarely reported on or discussed in Paramedic school, but one monitor manufacturer appreciates how they can...
Jun 16, 2019
First, there are two proposed mechanisms of CPR, brilliantly summarized in this paper:
“blood is squeezed from the heart into the arterial and pulmonary circulations, with closure of the mitral and tricuspid valves, preventing retrograde blood flow, and opening of the aortic and pulmonary...
May 21, 2019
Join us as we interview Andrew Fisher on the multiplicity of
managing civilian trauma patients. Although the complexity of
trauma management is often understated, the basics are often not
managed appropriately, and can have an appreciable affect on trauma
We discuss TEG, blood product administration, acute...