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 Carolyn Groves very helpful talk on the management of patients taking NOAC’s. Please note that the more recent Australian Guidelines: New oral anticoagulants: a practical guide on prescription, laboratory testing and peri-procedural/bleeding management, published in 2014, do slightly differ from the Western Australian Therapeutic Advisory Group (WATAG) New Oral Anticoagulant (NOAC) Guidelines, published in November 2013. […]
See the post: CME 3/4/14 – Pelvic Fracture Trauma Scenario Links
Here is Nola’s talk on the medical management of upper GI bleeding – the evidence! Resources: Ian Muir’s talk on massive GI Bleeding at CME 12/2013 Glasgow-Blatchford Bleeding Score (GBS) from MDCalc Stratifies Upper GI bleeding patients who are “low-risk” and candidates for outpatient management. Sengstaken-Blackmore and Minnesota Tubes from Chris Nickson LITFL
This pelvic fracture scenario was taken from LITFL Trauma Tribulation 27: Pelvic Fractures 1. Don’t forget to also look at Trauma Tribulation 28: Pelvic Fractures 2 and the LITFL post “Weingart on Pelvic Trauma” Here is a summary of the New EAST Pelvic Trauma Guidelines from the crashingpatient.com website Here is a great post by Peter […]
Here is Ian’s talk on the management of massive upper GI haemorrhage.