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Intraosseous Access Results In Decreased Survival In Cardiac Arrest

A new study shows a decreased survival in out of hospital cardiac arrest(OHCA) when intraosseous(I/O) access is used instead...

Myocarditis

Myocarditis is simply an inflammation of the heart muscle, that can lead to myocardial cell damage, myocardial dysfunction...

Should We Shock Patients in Asystole?

Should cardiac arrest patients in asystole be shocked? Is there any advantage to this? What do we know about...

Rapid IV Fluid Administration Does NOT Affect Neurological Outcome in Children with DKA

HOT OFF THE PRESS: A new clinical trial showing that rapid IV fluid administration does not affect neurological...

Pericardiocentesis

How to Perform Pericardiocentesis Pericardiocentesis is used to treat symptomatic pericardial effusions and cardiac tamponade. It was first...

Should we intubate in the ramped position?

I’ve spoken on awake intubationat the EMCORE Conferences, especially at the last Masterclass. I also spoke about the potential...

Fixed Dilated Pupils

Head injury with fixed dilated pupils: Are we done? We have looked at the pupillary response before on...

The Unstable Atrial Fibrillation Patient

THE CASE A 75 yo man is brought into your small rural ED after 3 hours of ischemic...

Are You Still Feeling For A Pulse? Stop It!

I remember years ago when we used to manage cardiac arrests and everyone was asked to stop compressions...