What’s new in the Critical Care Compendium?… Lots, including: neutropaenic sepsis, preoxygenation, apnoeic oxygenation, delayed sequence intubation, a sepsis overview, initial management of severe sepsis and septic shock, urosepsis, septic encephalopathy, septic cardiomyopathy and mitchondrondrial dysfunction
The Top Ten pages from LITFL’s Critical Care Compendium in 2015. Hot topics, core knowledge, hard to remember, quirks of SEO or something else?
A fascinating talk by Jack Iwashyna (@iwashyna) on the ‘heterogeneity of treatment’ effect, what this means for the conduct of randomised control trials and how we should interpret them.
The latest update of major additions and revisions to the Critical Care Compendium. Topics featured include: driving pressure, PEA, sepsis definitions, sepsis biomarkers, procalcitonin, as well as open chest and delayed sternal closure.
Suman Biswas with an ’emergency musical interlude’ on the NHS junior doctor contract crisis, ‘Half the world away’.
“What is the Critically Ill Airway course?” you ask. Read this and wonder no more… Multiple skill stations and 12 immersive simulations for critical care practitioners (regardless of specialty) who need to bring airway expertise to the sickest patients.
“Why don’t we wash our hands?” is a SMACCtalk that explores why hand hygiene targets remains such a challenge for healthcare workers.
Rob Rogers and the team are bringing The Teaching Course Down Under in 2016 — right to my doorstep, here in Melbourne. As a past graduate of this course, I’m looking forward to taking part as faculty and being part of a great team of clinician-educators including the likes of Rob, Salim Rezaie, Victoria Brazil and […]
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