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Scott Weingart, MD FCCM. The New Elaine Bromiley Videos. EMCrit Blog. Published on June 5, 2015. Accessed on April 1st 2023. Available at [https://emcrit.org/emcrit/the-new-elaine-bromiley-videos/ ].
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Original Release: June 5, 2015
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Very good educational videos, first one made me a little sick. However we have all experienced tunnel vision or fixation of some sort, especially when things aren’t going well. Everyone must train for adverse situation and cannot become complacent in their jobs. Lucky there are many tools to help up train for such situations and they are readily available thanks to FOAM.
thanks for posting, mate!
Im not a doctor just a xray technologist but why they didnt make tracheostoma and ventilate trough there?
I’ve seen the original video and it was heartbreaking. The first video made me feel sick to my stomach, brought tears to my eyes and I wanted to scream. It’s horrible, but a fantastic lesson. I’ll never forget this.
feel the same way
We all live mere minutes from irreversible cerebral ischemic damage, a situation staved off only by our ability to breathe. We need to be mentally prepared at all times to cut the neck of every patient we see