In an amazing lecture; Joe Novak, ED doc and former combat aviator; spoke about the need for memorized boldface actions and then the availability of a quick reference handbook (QRH) for the next steps. But where are either of those things for resuscitation? That lack was the inspiration for the past 4 years of my life and the life of my guest this week, Dave Borshoff. Dave is an anesthesiologist in Perth, AU and a former pilot. He is author of the Anesthesia Crisis Manual and co-editor of the just-released Resus Crisis Manual.
A QRH from a Cockpit
The Bold Face for Emergency Ejection
The Rest of the QRH for Controlled Ejection
Combat Aviation with Joe Novak
Ready to Check Out the RCM?
Now on to the Podcast…
Music by Caged Dreams (CC)
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