Downstairs Patients, Upstairs

The Utopian College of Emergency for Medicine with the help of the lifeinthefastlane blog, has taken my Upstairs Care, Downstairs philosophy to its next logical conclusion. I can’t believe I did not see this myself.

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Comments

  1. i know of places in the world where a critical pt who will clearly need the icu get brought up to the icu straight from the moment they roll into the ed… without abc stabilization, without intubation, in a tight elevator, sometimes without a line…. scary…….

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