Jon-Emile Kenny from (www.heart-lung.org) explains the complex yet critically relevant pathophysiologic nuances of cardiopulmonary resuscitation. A post to read twice.
A case of anatomically and physiologically difficult airway presented live at #EMCritConf 2015 by Dr. Scott Weingart.
Behold...the future of ultrasound in cardiac arrest...which people have said for years...so let's hope eventually
The approache to anaphylaxis in a clear, easy to read and understand Infographic.
An intro to ED ECMO and an alternative way to manage PEA with Rob Orman and Joe Bellezzo.
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Vasopressor Basics

Critical Care http://emcrit.org   Blog Post + Podcast Learning Time: 25mins
A foundation on vasopressors, including pathophysiology and introduction to individual agents. By Scott Weingart.
Blog post linking to the recent debate of how to use epinephrine (aka adrenaline) in cardiac arrest with a voice reply from Anand Swaminathan to EMCrit's Scott Weingart.
New research on therapeutic hypothermia for post-arrest patients helps refine temperature-management strategies, a review of some of the latest trials and what they mean practically. By Scott Weingart and Dalton Cox
Author suggests that blood may sometimes appear more echogenic than other types of fluid in pericardial effusions and tamponade.
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