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SGEM#231: You’re So Vein – IO vs. IV Access for OHCA

The Skeptics' Guide to EM

His primary interests are resuscitation, prehospital critical […] The post SGEM#231: You’re So Vein – IO vs. IV Access for OHCA first appeared on The Skeptics Guide to Emergency Medicine. His primary interests are resuscitation, prehospital critical care, airway management, and point-of-care ultrasound.

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REBEL Cast Ep113: Defibrillation Strategies for Refractory Ventricular Fibrillation

RebelEM

With everything just mentioned considered, DED, in addition to other resuscitative therapies, should still be used for patients in RVF. The early termination is also a concern and may have overestimated the benefits of this intervention. N Engl J Med. 2022 Nov 6 PMID: 36342151 Cheskes S, et al.

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Seeing Peter Safar, and his work

Advanced Emergency Nursing from AENJ

Peter Josef Safar in 2003, who is often called "The Father of Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation," or noted citations of his work in articles written and references given by me here at AENJournal.com and the Advanced Emergency Nursing Blog. " established that exhaled air was a satisfactory gas for resuscitation.