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
Ways to recognize shock other than through blood pressure.
One of the most exciting and underutilized therapies for trauma is tranexamic acid (txa).
What will it take to kill off CVP?EMCrit Blog - Emergency Department Critical Care by emcrit.
A series of techniques, approaches and tools used by military personnel that you can apply in the resus room. A talk by Mike Lauria.
Epidemiology, Pathophysiology, Presentation, Diagnostic and Management of Air Embolism
Don't intubate the severe asthmatic, try NIV first. Obviously they need steroids and throw in Mag. Want more, keep reading!
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.
How to treat shock with epinephrine in pediatric patients.
Dr. Stephen Bernard on the topic of post-arrest care EMCrit Blog - Emergency Department Critical Care by emcrit.
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