Podcast 106 – Making Things Happen with Cliff Reid

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Mind of the Resuscitationist

This was Cliff Reid’s opening lecture from SMACC 2013. Cliff Reid runs the amazing Resus.me site and any listener of EMCrit knows that I have an enduring (and purely platonic) love for Cliff and all of his teachings.This lecture was on Making Things Happen and it is my #2 favorite lecture from the conference. My number one favorite was also by Cliff, but you’ll have to wait a bit for that one.

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Comments

  1. so inspiring , thank you

  2. Jim Gruber says:

    incredible lecture! I was hoping to get some clarification on thoracotomy. I work in a rural ER with NO backup–I am it. Having listened to Scott’s trauma podcast I started using finger thoracotomy on my sever trauma pt’s–if there is no ptx, i just close the wound later, if there is a ptx I insert a chest tube. However, after listening to your talk I wanted to make sure I understand this correctly–you can do a finger thoracotomy and if there is a ptx, it’s ok to leave it open while I get other things done then come back later and place a chest tube?

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