The LITFL Review 107

Welcome to the 107th edition, brought to you by Kane Guthrie and Tessa Davis.

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.

The Most Fair Dinkum Ripper Beaut of the Week

  • Dr Newman is back at top spot with another stellar podcast, where he intelligently rants about Thrombolytics for Stroke: Update. He takes a massive deep dive look at the latest evidence/guidelines around stroke thrombolytics, to find out where we are at, or, more correctly, were we should be at with this controversial therapy.

The Best of #FOAMed Emergency Medicine

The Best of #FOAMcc Critical Care

The Best of #FOAMPed Paediatrics

  • Brad Sobolewski (@pemtweets) makes it to the best list again this week.  #FOAMPed went febrile convulsion crazy this week but Brad’s 6-part overview of managing febrile seizures and advice for parents covers all the bases.  It’s so common, there’s no excuse not to know this inside out.
  • Simon Carley (@emmanchester) has a lovely summary in St Emlyn’s of a recent Cochrane review on using hypertonic saline for bronchiolitis.  Conclusion = use it, or don’t.  Either is fine (but Carley does).
  • As UK docs changed over to new terms, Damian Roland (@damian_roland) started a #paedstips hashtag where people posted…well…paeds tips.  You can see the storify of it here.

 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 — Academic Life in Emergency Medicine — Adventure Medicine— A Life at Risk — All LA Conference — Al Sacchetti’s Youtube — Bedside Ultrasound  Better in Emergency Medicine boringemBroome Docs— — CLIC-EM — Critical Care Perspectives in EM — Dave on Airways —DrGDH — Dr Smith’s ECG Blog — ECG Academy — ECG Guru — ECG of the WeekED Exam —ED-Nurse— EDTCC — EKG Videos— EM Basic — EM Core Content — EMCrit— EM CapeTown — EMDutch — Emergency Medical Abstract —EM JourneyEMERJENCYWEBB –EmergencyLondon — Emergency Medicine Cases — Emergency Medicine Education —Emergency Medicine News Emergency Medicine Ireland — Emergency Medicine TutorialsEmergency Medicine Updates —EM on the Edge Emergucate EM Journey — emimdoc — EM Literature of Note — — EMpills — Emergency Physicians Monthly — EM Lyceum — EMProcedures — EMRAP — EMRAP: Educators’ Edition — EMRAP.TV — EM REMS — ER CAST — EXPENSIVECARE — Free Emergency Medicine Talks — Gmergency!Got Resuscitation— Greater Sydney Area HEMS — — ICU Rounds — Impactednurse —Injectable Orange — Intensive Care Network — iTeachEM — IVLine — keepcaring — Keeping Up With Emergency Medicine — KeeWeeDoc — KI Docs— LipheLongLurnERdok — MDaware — MD+ CALC — MedEDMasters — Medical Education Videos — Medicina d’urgenza — Medicine for the Outdoors — Micrognome — Movin’ Meat — Neurointensive Care — Pediatric EM Morsels — PEM ED — PEMLit PEMTweets Blog — PHARM — Practical Evidence — Priceless Electrical Activity — Procedurettes — — Radiology Signs — Radiopaedia — — Resus.ME — Resus Review — RESUS Room — Resus Room Management — Richard Winters’ Physician Leadership —ruralflyingdoc — SCANCRIT — SCCM Blogs — SCCM Podcast — SEMEP — SinaiEM — SinaiEM Ultrasound — SMART EM  SOCMOB — SonoSpot — StEmylns — Takeokun — thebluntdissectionThe Central Line — The Ember Project —The Emergency Medicine Resident Blog — The Flipped EM Classroom — 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 — — ToxTalk — TJdogma  Twin Cities Toxicology — Ultrarounds — UMEM Educational Pearls —Ultrasound Podcast — Ultrasound Village

LITFL Review 

Print Friendly