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In Emergency Medicine we pride ourselves on treating the undifferentiated acutely ill patient. The ones that no clinician →
There’s no doubt that a case of sepsis will pass through your ED in the next hour or so. It’s a disease that carries a high mortality rate and requires prompt and effective care. In this podcast we’ll run through the following Definition SIRS Severity levels The Sepsis 6 Which patients require treatment within the →
The last but by no means the least. How did the conference see out the last day of this fantastic event….. Victoria Brazil, ‘Putting the patient into patient safety‘ spoke on the importance of patient experience and mentioned her departments processes of improving stroke thrombolysis and the use of simulation which included testing the systems →
So we’re here at SMACC being treated to a fantastic conference and some superb talks. Last night (Day 1) closed with a superb panel of experts from across the globe talking on sepsis including Melvyn Singer, Paul Marik, John Myburgh, Simon Finfer, Kathryn Maitland & Flavia Machado. The panel challenged current global practice on sepsis →
Over the last few episodes we’ve talked about the use of vasopressors and their utility in resuscitation. It →
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What does presyncope mean to you? If you ask this question to a handful of doctors you’ll get →