Chris Hicks and I discussing the Labors of Trauma (Blunt edition), everything a trauma team leader needs on their radar screen.
Where do the fights come from?
When should you pull the trigger on Angiotensin II for vasodilatory shock?
I frequently see both residents and attendings inappropriately using ketamine for agitated patients. Inappropriately both by giving it when it is unecessary and giving it in poor fashion when it is indicated.
The complete (hopefully) menu of cognitive and operational tasks for the Trauma Team Leader for sick trauma patients.
COVID Pulmonary Physiology
Rapid Code Status Conversations are essential to render proper and compassionate care…
A Q&A format discussion of neurological emergencies
Including the Intubation-Monkey Checklist
A Primer on APRV – TCAV, perhaps the mode of choice for COVID19
You need a plan right now for the allocation of scarce resources
Patients can become neurologically injured or code with no overt signs
High Sensitivity Troponins are coming
A case as a means of discussing severe CCB and BB OD
The VEXUS Score – A way to quantitate how badly you overloaded your patient…