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An EPiC mental model. St Emlyn’s

St. Emlyn

St.Emlyn's - Emergency Medicine #FOAMed The practice of coordinating, consulting and managing an entire acute clinical service in real-time is fairly unique to emergency medicine. Central to this is the EPiC (or emergency physician in charge) role #FOAMed @stemlyns with @codingbrown The post An EPiC mental model. St Emlyn’s appeared first on St.Emlyn's.

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Cardiac Arrest – the 5 C’s

Life in the Fast Lane

Kane Guthrie Cardiac Arrest – the 5 C’s Cardiac Arrest - the 5 C's with Cliff Reid. Causes Of Cardiac Arrest You NEVER Thought Of?! Meet The Hs & Ts & Cs!


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SGEM Xtra: Yeah, Might Be All that You Get – How Ted Lasso Made Us Better

The Skeptics' Guide to EM

Date: May 13, 2024 Guest Skeptics: Dr. Rebecca Szabo is an obstetrician/gynecologist and medical educator specializing in simulation from Melbourne, Australia working at The Royal Women’s Hospital and The University of Melbourne. This is her first time as a guest skeptic on the SGEM, she has created FOAMed content through various media, including the MedEd Stuff N Nonsense Podcast.

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Andexanet vs prothrombin concentrate complex for intracranial hemorrhage (ANNEXA-I trial)


A randomized trial shows that andexanet can stem the progression of intracranial hemorrhage better than 4-factor prothrombin complex concentrate in patients taking factor Xa inhibitors. The clinical relevance is unclear, though, as patient-centered outcomes were not improved, and andexanet resulted in more serious thrombotic events than PCC. Factor Xa inhibitors (apixaban, rivaroxaban, and edoxaban in the U.S.) are anticoagulants that have largely displaced warfarin for the prevention of stroke

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Still using opioids for back pain?

Critical Care Now

Reading Time: 3 minutes Following a short break, this week we return to the always interesting topic of pain management and we are tackling a major issue in acute and chronic pain management – back pain. The study, titled “Opioid analgesia for acute low back pain and neck pain ( the OPAL trial ): a randomised placebo-controlled trial” by Jones et al, is a multicentric triple-blinded randomised controlled trial conducted in Sydney, Australia, across 157 research sites.

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CCN VLOG 1 – May 2024

Critical Care North Hampton

Here it is folks… the long-awaited first VLOG / Podcast from us here at CCN! Crunching all things critical care into one byte-sized session… added humour mandated!

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Thankful For Vaccine Fevers | Home remedies for Button Ingestions


The JournalFeed podcast for the week of May 13-17, 2024. These are summaries from just 2 of the 5 articles we cover every week! For access to more, please visit for details about becoming a member. Wednesday Spoon Feed: Serious bacterial infections were exceedingly rare in this study of recently immunized infants 6-12 weeks presenting to the emergency department with a fever.