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Central Line Placement with Ultrasound

Central Lines can be very difficult to place. True central lines are the subclavian line and the internal jugular line. There is also the provision for insertion of a femoral.

Subclavian lines can be easier to establish as the subclavian vein is a permanently distended vessel that[…]

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RESUS 2010 Australia

Here is the shortened version of the movie for RESUSCITATION 2010 Australia. Everything on resuscitation over two big days. This is two days in one of Melbourne’s most beautiful areas, overlooking Albert Park Lake. With this backdrop, we are putting on a two day spectacular. Big Speakers, Big Topics, Big Screens, Big Prizes and a…

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RESUS 2010

RESUS 2010 is a two day conference totally dedicated to resuscitation. When I first started planning this conference nearly a year ago, it was obvious that there was nothing of this kind in Australia. I wanted to provide doctors, nurses and paramedics with something that they could attend within Australia and not have to travel…

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Rapid Sequence Intubation

  Practicing your technique at least every 6 months is very important if you do not regularly intubate. Even if you do, the ability to practice on different manikins and in different scenarios is very important. In this video you can see a demonstration of rapid sequence intubation, as well as the correct use of…

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The ‘SIC KID’-A simple mnemonic for dealing with sick children

Ever worried about the sick child? I know I do constantly. I particularly worry about not missing things in the very young ie., the less than 6 month olds. When I see those children in resus, I still get the butterflies. So how could I make this easier for me and you? I’ve come up…

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RESUS 2010 July 10th and 11th Melbourne

RESUS 2010 is a two day conference totally dedicated to resuscitation. When I first started planning this conference nearly a year ago, it was obvious that there was nothing of this kind in Australia. I wanted to provide doctors, nurses and paramedics with something that they could attend within Australia and not have to travel…

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