ACLS is well known to most providers, but the thing that is difficult, even to seasoned providers, is taking control of the room.Read More
In a lot of our training we spend a lot of time learning how to get a history and physical - which is all important and good - IF that patient is stable enough for you to spend an hour thinking through it.Read More
Get our your cordis’ and coffee - today we get the full scope on GI Bleeds and Hemorrhagic Shock.Read More
In this episode, dive deeper into the world of Procalcitonin and help explain what it’s all about, when you should order it and its clinical significance.Read More
Interpreting ABGs in five easy steps.Read More
How many of you have been signed out the following?
"He's just on low dose Neo…"
"He's got his Levo running through a midline"
"I was hoping to wean off his pressors to avoid placing a central line but we just had to go up…sorry!"Read More
We invited Ryan and Sarah Gibson on the show for an inspiring talk about their experiences dealing with critical illness, rehabilitation, managing expectations and life after the intensive care unit.Read More
The consensus from our first virtual podcast club: Emcrit's Cardiac Arrest UpdateRead More
This podcast is about a new method of communication called the ASSESSMENT ORIENTED PRESENTATION (AO).Read More
“It’s stupid o’clock in the morning. I’m wide awake and have been for two hours. Ironically I think tonight’s insomnia is because I am on holiday and I am thinking through what I may not have finished or handed over thoroughly enough. I suppose this means I am stressed...”
— Steve JonesRead More
Warning: NON MEDICAL EPISODE! Admittedly this show is a little inside-jokey, so we apologize for that.
BUT - we still think there is much to be learned from our accomplishments & shortcomings, so we are sharing them with you!Read More
In this episode we talk about human factors & airway management.Read More