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The Resus Room
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Podcasts from the website TheResusRoom.co.uk Promoting excellent care in and around the resus room, concentrating on critical appraisal, evidenced based medicine and international guidelines.
 
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Resus Nurse Podcast
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Elevate your Emergency Nursing practice. One episode at a time.
 
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Houston Resus: The UT Houston Emergency Medicine Podcast
 
The goal for this podcast is to expand upon a basic fund of knowledge and give the listener a framework in which to apply this knowledge, maintain broad differentials, and delve into management pathways for different pathophysiologies frequently encountered with critically ill patients in the Emergency Department.
 
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Kids Resus
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Podcast dealing with the management of the critically ill and injured child.
 
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Resus Review – Perfecting your care of the critically ill and injured
 
Resus Review is devoted to bring the best evidence-based care from the fields of critical care, resuscitation, and trauma and translate it for bedside use in the Emergency Department and ICU.
 
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The Resus Bay
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The Resus Bay Podcast is directed at optimizing care through the prehospital setting into the ED. We will challenge you to question and find solutions to problems both in EMS and the ED.
 
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The Resus Bay
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The Resus Bay Podcast is directed at optimizing care through the prehospital setting into the ED. We will challenge you to question and find solutions to problems both in EMS and the ED.
 
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Podcasts
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Cutting Edge Resuscitation Medical Education
 
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Pulmcast
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Hi there, and welcome to Pulmcast! We are a couple of of Pulm/CCM providers who love all things pulmonary, resus and critical care. We breathe life into fresh FOAM content and stream it directly to your auditory cortex at 6mb/kg. Show notes at Pulmcast.com/podcast
 
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Critical Appraisal Lowdown
Weekly
 
Weekly podcasts covering concepts key to critical appraisal. Each episode explores an area of critical appraisal relating to a recent publications. The podcast supports the full Critical Appraisal Lowdown course which is available at www.CriticalAppraisalLowdown.co.uk All papers contained within the episodes are available at The Resus Room podcast.
 
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A patient with true anaphylaxis (shortness of breath, wheezing, dysrythmia, swelling) can be extremely stressfull for the EMS provider. However, early epinephrine adminsitration can have significant positive affects for your patient. Review your local protocols and make sure you are familiar with your epinephrine dosing. Stay Safe!!…
 
You probably wouldn't find yourself being overly concerned if you were presented with a patient that had a knee dislocation. However, these types of injuries could be life altering. You could even miss the injury!!! Tune into our discussion to find out what the risks are and how to identify this type of injury. Thanks for listening and stay safe.…
 
Helen outlines the updates to the neonatal resuscitation guidelines and provides some background on how these came about.
 
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Jellybean Podcast with Doug Lynch
 
In Australia alone thousands of people have an out of hospital cardiac arrest each year. Only 10% survive. It’s a very scary and dangerous rollercoaster. No better place to talk about that than under a real rollercoaster under the Sydney Harbour Bridge with Paul Middleton.Matt went to Luna Park in Sydney a few weeks back. Not to ride the roller ...…
 
Hello Everyone!!! Yes we are still here. We apologize to all of our listeners for the delay in releasing new episodes. This podcast is produced by Delaware County EMS and The Ohio State University Center of EMS. With that said, we record, edit, and produce our episodes in addition to all of our full time responsibilities. Needless to say, we ha ...…
 
MSM Clinical guy Dan Schwester joins the pod to discuss the SMACC conference, and rant with Ed about EMS in general. VF arrest mindset Cognitive offloading High-Fidelity simulation Pre-brief Debrief Stress and handling it Communication under stress “If you always do what you’ve always done, you’ll always get what you’ve always got.” Build a cul ...…
 
MSM Clinical guy Dan Schwester joins the pod to discuss the SMACC conference, and rant with Ed about EMS in general. VF arrest mindset Cognitive offloading High-Fidelity simulation Pre-brief Debrief Stress and handling it Communication under stress “If you always do what you’ve always done, you’ll always get what you’ve always got.” Build a cul ...…
 
We're back with 3 superb topics this month! First off we have a look at the utility of ultrasound for the detection of pneumothoraces in the context of blunt trauma. Next we look at the need to scan facial bones when scanning a patient's head following trauma. Last of all we look at a paper reviewing the association between the use of a bougie ...…
 
Guidelines. Algorithms. Evidence based medicine. These all play a significant part in the safe and effective management of the majority of our patients. As a result there is a danger that treatment pathways are followed blindly without critiquing their use and there is real risk we can loose sight of what’s best for the patient in front of us. ...…
 
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The Resus Room
 
High quality manual cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) with minimal delays has been shown to improve outcomes following out-of-hospital cardiac arrest (OHCA). There are concerns that the quality of CPR can diminish over time and as little as 1 minute of CPR can lead to fatigue and deviation from the current recommended rate and depth of compre ...…
 
This week we dive into some of the initial considerations in the resuscitation of major burn patients. https://media.blubrry.com/coreem/content.blubrry.com/coreem/Episode_101_0_Final_Cut.m4a Download Leave a Comment Tags: Carbon Monoxide, Cyanide, Major Burns, Trauma Show Notes Take Home Points Be prepared to intubate early, the patency of the ...…
 
We're back with another look at the papers most relevant to our practice in and around The Resus Room. The WOMAN trial was a huge trial that looked at tranexamic acid in post partum haemorrhage, it's gained a lot of attention online and we kick things off having a look at the paper ourselves. Next up, and following on nicely from our previous C ...…
 
In this episode we were honored to have Mark Rine from the Columbus Division of Fire as our guest. Mark talked about his battle with cancer and how no one is exempt from this very real danger. Are you taking care of yourself? Are you taking all of the precautions available? Are you helping to protect your fellow crew members? This doesnt only a ...…
 
In this episode we were honored to have Mark Rine from the Columbus Division of Fire as our guest. Mark talked about his battle with cancer and how no one is exempt from this very real danger. Are you taking care of yourself? Are you taking all of the precautions available? Are you helping to protect your fellow crew members? This doesnt only a ...…
 
Oxygen is probably the drug that we give the most but possibly has the least governance over. More has got to be good except in those at high risk of type II respiratory failure right?? Well as we know the evidence base has swung to challenge that idea in recent years and the new BTS guidelines for Oxygen use in Healthcare and Emergency Setting ...…
 
How many patients are admitted from your ED with suspected cardiac chest pain? What strategy of testing do you employ to rule out acute myocardial infarction? When and why do you send troponins in this process? In this podcast Ed Carlton, Emergency Medicine Consultant at North Bristol Hospital and Troponin Researcher, talks to us about troponin ...…
 
This month we've got a good variety of topics. We look at an recent systematic review and meta analysis on the prognostic value of echo in life support, an update from Blyth's paper in 2012. We review a paper looking at testing gin patients presenting to the emergency department in SVT. Finally we cover a paper looking at different methods empl ...…
 
Acute cholecystitis is a diagnosis that we make frequently in the Emergency Department. But like all diagnostic work ups there is a lot to know about which parts of the history, examination and bedside tests we can do in the ED that really help either rule in or rule out the disease. In this podcast we run through some of the key bits of inform ...…
 
Backboards....spinal cord injuries.....what do we do? What are the risks? In this episode we discuss some of the risks to our patients and how we may be hurting them by using backboards! More Information Ohio State Wexner Medical Center Awarded Spinal Cord Injury Grant Traumatic Spinal Cord Injury in the United States, 1993-2012 Backboard time ...…
 
Backboards....spinal cord injuries.....what do we do? What are the risks? In this episode we discuss some of the risks to our patients and how we may be hurting them by using backboards! More Information Ohio State Wexner Medical Center Awarded Spinal Cord Injury Grant Traumatic Spinal Cord Injury in the United States, 1993-2012 Backboard time ...…
 
This month we look at a paper concentrating on the risk of contrast induced nephropathy in contrasted CT scans, looking specifically at the need to hydrate at-risk patients prior to and following CT scans. The use of prehospital blood is also under the spotlight with the ongoing RePHILL trial. We look at a paper reviewing prehospital blood use ...…
 
Another live journal club with Justin M & Casey P This month we have 11 papers in 3-quarters of an hour. We cover the good, bad and ugly of migraine sprays. How Facebook stats can determine your longevity, Marik's Magic Sepsis Sauce and how to "toughen up" in the face of rudeness mid-Resus! Enjoy
 
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The Resus Room
 
So today Rob and I were lucky enough to be asked to attend the Trauma Care Conference 2017, to listen to some of the great talks and catch up with some of the speakers for their take on the highlights of the talks. We managed to catch the following speakers, here are the topics they covered and relevant links to the resources discussed. Speaker ...…
 
Dr. Ernie Mazzaferri joined us to discuss how to best care for STEMI patients. What to do and what not to do through the eyes of a cardiologist. Thank you for tuning in, and stay safe!!!!
 
Dr. Ernie Mazzaferri joined us to discuss how to best care for STEMI patients. What to do and what not to do through the eyes of a cardiologist. Thank you for tuning in, and stay safe!!!!
 
Centralisation of care for specialist services such as stroke, trauma and myocardial infarctions is becoming more and more common place. But where will it stop and what does it mean for the specialty of Emergency Medicine? In this episode we have a look at a recent pilot RCT published in the journal of Resuscitation looking at the feasibility o ...…
 
Welcome back to Papers of the Month. March has given us some great papers. We kick off with a couple of papers looking at rib fractures, associated morbidity and mortality and also looks at management of flail segments. We then turn our attention to airway management and look at a paper reviewing the outcomes associated with patients who are in ...…
 
You have a critically injured pregnant female, she is decompensating, what do you do? Have you thought about this scenario? Are equipped to perform it? Are you allowed to perform it? What resources do you have available? In this episode we discuss this very difficult situation that you may be presented with sometime in your career. We want to t ...…
 
You have a critically injured pregnant female, she is decompensating, what do you do? Have you thought about this scenario? Are equipped to perform it? Are you allowed to perform it? What resources do you have available? In this episode we discuss this very difficult situation that you may be presented with sometime in your career. We want to t ...…
 
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The Resus Room
 
Think of rhabdomyolysis and you'll think of an elevated creatine kinase (CK). The condition ranges from an asymptomatic period to a life-threatening condition with a hugely associated rise in CK which can also be accompanied by electrolyte disturbance, renal failure and disseminated intravascular coagulation. Rhabdomyolysis is caused by a break ...…
 
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The Resus Room
 
Epistaxis is an extremely common presentation to both Prehospital Emergency Services and Emergency Departments. The vast majority are benign and self limiting but every once in a while a catastrophic bleed will come our way. Whilst not necessarily the most attention grabbing of topics a sound understanding of the management is key to excellent ...…
 
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The St.Emlyn's virtual hospital podcast
 
Nat and Simon discuss the complexities of transferring a patient from the resus room to CT and back again. Look out for the blog post soon on stemlynsblog.org
 
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The St.Emlyn's virtual hospital podcast
 
Nat and Simon discuss the complexities of transferring a patient from the resus room to CT and back again. Look out for the blog post soon on stemlynsblog.org
 
Welcome back to Papers of the Month. February holds a diverse number of topics on some really interesting areas of practice. We kick off with a snap shot systematic review from the Annals of Emergency Medicine on the effect of Amiodarone or Lignocaine on the outcome from refractory VF or VT arrests, are drugs losing more favour yet again in car ...…
 
We are lucky enough to have Dr. Marlisa Mann with us once again to discuss a topic that is not often thought about.....Angioedema. Have you dealt with this type of patient? Does your protocol address this type of patient? In this episode we will give you some answers to help with managing a patient with angioedema! Stay Safe!…
 
We are lucky enough to have Dr. Marlisa Mann with us once again to discuss a topic that is not often thought about.....Angioedema. Have you dealt with this type of patient? Does your protocol address this type of patient? In this episode we will give you some answers to help with managing a patient with angioedema! Stay Safe!…
 
Those of us who are a bit longer in the tooth have spent most of our careers not scanning everyone who sustained a head injury on warfarin, but in 2104 NICE published guidance suggesting we do just that. At times, with the huge burden we place on our radiology services, it is difficult not think we're over doing things with all of these scan re ...…
 
A lot of our podcasts have focussed on prognostic factors in arrest to help with the decision making of continuing or stopping resuscitation in cardiac arrest. There would appear to be a huge variety in practice as to when resuscitation is ceased, and in that way having explicit guidance to unify practice can at times seem appealing. In this ep ...…
 
Happy New Year!!! The publishing world seems to have wound down a bit for the festive break, but 4 papers caught out eye that can add some further context to practice in the Resus Room. Firstly we take a look at two papers looking at the conversion from non-shockable to shockable rhythms in cardiac arrest, both the likelihood and the associated ...…
 
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Project U - The Podcast
 
New music from Ben J Pierce, birthday, Felix Snow and some other folks, we resus Robyn's Call Your Girlfriend because we're currently shook by SKAM, PON CHO / Thundamentals are flying up the charts, Conor Maynard's done a song with Ty Dolla $ign and we investigate why Elyar Fox's existence has been removed from the internet. Merry Christmas you ...…
 
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Project U - The Podcast
 
New music from Ben J Pierce, birthday, Felix Snow and some other folks, we resus Robyn's Call Your Girlfriend because we're currently shook by SKAM, PON CHO / Thundamentals are flying up the charts, Conor Maynard's done a song with Ty Dolla $ign and we investigate why Elyar Fox's existence has been removed from the internet. Merry Christmas you ...…
 
Managing a patient with anaphylaxis can be intimidating depending on the severity. Dr. Marlisa Mann joined us as we discussed what causes anaphylaxis, the major concerns, and the best practice for affectivly treating these patients. Let us know what you think and STAY SAFE!!! Increasing Emergency Department Visits for Anaphylaxis, 2005-2014.…
 
Managing a patient with anaphylaxis can be intimidating depending on the severity. Dr. Marlisa Mann joined us as we discussed what causes anaphylaxis, the major concerns, and the best practice for affectivly treating these patients. Let us know what you think and STAY SAFE!!! Increasing Emergency Department Visits for Anaphylaxis, 2005-2014.…
 
As the years tick by our healthcare systems work harder and harder to ensure that acute coronary syndromes are picked up as they present to our Emergency Departments, the evolution of high sensitivity troponins and their application have been key to this. The utility of a test however is dependant upon it's application to the appropriate patien ...…
 
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