Here are the slides from Tor’s very informative talk on the Ebola virus. Unfortunately, this does not contain the videos and his commentary. But his notes for the slides are available if you open this in slideshare and click on the notes tab. Resources: SCGH Viral Haemorrhagic Fever Policy
Here is Gaby’s talk on infection control practices in the Emergency Department. Resources: SCGH Infection Control Unit (Intranet only) SCGH Infection Protection and Control Manual Standard and Transmission Based Precautions Policy Includes a table at the bottom that lists precautions indicated for each infectious agent Note: Airborne Infection Isolation Rooms (AIIRs) must be used for patients […]
Here is Sam’s useful talk on how to improve plaster technique in the ED. Resources: Previous SCGH ED CME Post on Plaster Tips & Guides from 05/2014 WA Health ED Adult Discharge Instructions on Plaster Cast Care (Intranet only) ‘An Easy Way to Get Plastered’– Plaster templates and guides from Life in The Fast Lane
Reducing a dislocated hip can be a physically challenging procedure but if done with good technique, can be a much more successful and less challenging endeavour. Here is Sam’s talk on hip reduction techniques, including multiple video examples. Resources: Quick links to the reduction video examples: Allis Method: Captain Morgan Technique: Whistler Technique: East Baltimore […]
Here is the latest Stroke Call Pathway: Thankyou to Tor for the user friendly layout and colours! This can also be found on the SCGH ED Guidelines page under the Neurology subheading.
Above is Andy Neill’s talk at SMACC Gold 2014 on clinically relevant neuroanatomy for the critically ill patient. Here is the associated post on Andy’s own medical blog, EmergencyMedicineIreland.com. Here is the shorter, PechaKucha version.