The LITFL Review 125

The LITFL Review is your regular and reliable source for the highest highlights, sneakiest sneak peaks and loudest shout-outs from the webbed world of emergency medicine and critical care. Each week the LITFL team casts the spotlight on the best and brightest from the blogosphere, the podcast video/audiosphere and the rest of the Web 2.0 social media jungle to find the most fantastic EM/CC FOAM (Free Open Access Meducation) around.

Welcome to the 125th edition, brought to you by:

The Most Fair Dinkum Ripper Beaut of the Week

The Ripper spot this week is taken out by Mak Moayedi who really knows how to teach procedures. Teaching procedures in the cadavar lab is his education subspecialty and his passion. A few years back, listening to him describe the microskills approach to procedures fundamentally changed my practice. iTeachEM highlights Mak’s approach to teaching complex procedures more efficiently in Teaching Procedures-the Moayedi Way. This is a must listen for anyone who teaches others to put pointy things in patients. [CN]

The Best of #FOAMed Emergency Medicine

The Best of #FOAMcc Critical Care

The Best of #FOAMPed Paediatrics

  • A 4 month old and honey, what could possibly go wrong? Don’t Forget the Bubble’s Tessa Davis gives us the low down. [BT]

#FOAMTox Toxicology

  • Droperidol never killed anyone’… Ryan Radecki from Emergency Medicine Literature of Note discusses a case series where the conclusion was ‘lost in translation’ [JAR]
  • Bryan Hayes from ALiEM discusses acute pain management in people taking buprenorphine. Don’t be stingy – they need more and it won’t make them relapse! [JAR]
  • Wait, so maybe Dabigatran DOES need blood levels monitored? Leon Gussow summarizes the hullabaloo in the courts and New York Times regarding a recent study that excluded this grounded-breaking little detail. [BT]
  • ‘You don’t need Dr House’… Leon Gussow discusses a case report of cobalt toxicity diagnosed after the team remembered an episode of House where a similar diagnosis was made. Don’t believe me? Have a read!
  • Andy Neill from Emergency Medicine Ireland discusses Methadone in the ED in his latest post [JAR]

#MedEd Education

News from the Fastlane

LITFL Review EM/CC Educational Social Media Round Up

Emergency Medicine and Critical Care Blogroll — Emergency Medicine and Critical Care Podcasts — 123Sonography.com — Academic Life in Emergency Medicine — A Life at Risk — Bedside Ultrasound - Boring EM — Broome Docs — CCM-L — Critical Care Perspectives in EM — Dave on Airways — Dont Forget the Bubbles — Dr Smith’s ECG Blog — ECG Academy — ECG Guru — ECG of the Week — ED Exam — ED-Nurse — EDTCC — EKG Videos — EM Basic — EMCrit — EM CapeTown — EMCases — EMDocs — EMDutch — Emergency Medical Abstracts — EM Journey — EmergencyLondon — Emergency Medicine Cases — Emergency Medicine Education — Emergency Medicine News — Emergency Medicine Ireland — Emergency Medicine Tutorials — Emergency Medicine Updates — EM on the Edge — Emergucate  — EM Journey —  EM IM Doc — EM Literature of Note — empem.org — EMpills — Emergency Physicians Monthly — EM Lyceum —EM nerd— EMProcedures — EMRAP — EMRAP: Educators’ Edition — EMRAP.TV — EM REMS — ER CAST — EXPENSIVECARE — Free Emergency Medicine Talks — Gmergency! — Got Resuscitation— Greater Sydney Area HEMS — HQmeded.com — Impactednurse —Injectable Orange  — Intensive Care Network — iTeachEM — IVLine — KeeWeeDoc — KI Docs— ER Mentor — MDaware — MD+ CALC — bone tumours — Medical Education Videos — Medical Evidence Blog — MedEmIt — Micrognome — Movin’ Meat — Paediatric Emergency Medicine — Pediatric EM Morsels — PEM ED — PEMLit — PEM Cincinnati — PHARM — Practical Evidence — Priceless Electrical Activity — Procedurettes — PulmCCM.org — Radiology Signs — Radiopaedia — REBEL EM - Resus.com.au — Resus.ME — Resus Review — RESUS Room — Resus Room Management — Richard Winters’ Physician Leadership — ruralflyingdoc — SCANCRIT — SCCM Blogs — SEMEP — SinaiEM — SinaiEM Ultrasound — SMART EM — SOCMOB — SonoSpot — StEmylns — Takeokun — thebluntdissection — The Central Line — The Ember Project —The Emergency Medicine Resident Blog — The Flipped EM Classroom — thenursepath — The NNT — The Poison Review — The Sharp End — The Short Coat — The Skeptics Guide to Emergency Medicine — The Sono Cave - The Trauma Professional’s Blog — underneathEM.com  — ToxTalk — tjdogma — Twin Cities Toxicology — Ultrarounds — UMEM Educational Pearls —Ultrasound Podcast

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  1. says

    Thanks Chris, Kane, & everyone on the LITFL Review team for all your support. It’s an honor to be included in such an illustrious #FOAMcc list. Because of you all I can now tell my mom she can quit logging on to our site just to bump our hit count and make us all feel better :)

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