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A blog on anaesthesia, intensive care and emergency medicine. In-hospital and outside. Mostly focusing on the critically ill patient. Written by two Scandinavian senior anaesthetic registrars turned consultants.
This is our way of keeping log of articles and interesting things we come across in our work and on the internet. Should any of you out there stumble across this blog and find it useful then all the better.
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The Jim DuCanto experience at The Big Sick. We got our favourite airway big bear over from the states: Jim DuCanto, equal parts mad scientist and airway afficionado. Published paper on CPR, intubation and ventilation under water, or the beeryngoscope … Continue reading
We were fortunate to have Geir Strandenes in Zermatt for The Big Sick conference, TBS18. Dr. Strandenes is medical head of Norwegian Naval Spec Ops forces and one of the founders of the THOR network and heavily into hemorrhagic shock … Continue reading
We’ve written on Prof Tisherman’s Suspended Animation before. We found it very intriguing and were thrilled to be able to have Tisherman over from the Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore to TBS18 in Zermatt, Switzerland to explain the concept and … Continue reading
From our ECMO session at The Big Sick 2018, #TBS18: Lionel Lamhaut on Prehospital ECMO (39:30) Zack Shinar on EDECMO (1:04:30) Håkan Kalzen on the Karolinska experience with ECMO and ECMO transports (1:31:35) Magnus Larsson on ECMO in trauma patients … Continue reading
ECMO is usually applied to the whole body. In VA-ECMO, we often use a smaller side cannula to supply the lower limb with circulation and oxygenated blood, when its femoral artery is partially occluded by the main ECMO cannula.
This experimental study puts most common assumptions about hyperventilation in hemorrhagic shock on its head. Common thinking is that trauma pts breathe faster because of shock and metabolic demands not being met. This study suggests trauma pts are breathing faster … Continue reading
The Big Sick 18 #TBS18 conference is done and we’re catching up on sleep and all the impressions from a great week with learning, discussions and fantastic people, check out our programme on www.bigsick18.org – and here’s an excellent recap … Continue reading
The Big Sick conference #TBS18 is coming, and we’re getting fired up for three days of cutting edge critical care conference with top speakers and top delegates. We can’t wait to meet you all to learn and discuss and connect. … Continue reading
We have worked hard this year on something big that is due to kick off in February next year: TBS18, The Big Sick Conference – a small, social critical care conference with top speakers and deep medical engagement in the amazing alp village … Continue reading
Oxygen can be a real idiot sometimes… via @medschooladvice