Nick Caputo works at Lincoln Medical Center, a single ED with 175,000 visits a year. He did a general surgery internship, an emergency medicine residency at Lincoln Medical Center and a Critical Care Retrieval fellowship in Australia. He’s now published the second prospective study showing no difference in O2 sats with apneic oxygenation. Check out the Q&A below.
This week we have Dr. Haney Mallemat (@criticalcarenow) and a session done at SMACC 2017 in Berlin, Germany. The Tempodrom, above, was an awesome venue but unfortunately we got rained out and couldn’t get it […]
Methods of oxygenation for patients in hypoxic respiratory failure.
Hennepin breeds a culture of bougie use 80% of the time. Brian Driver’s study shows a FPS of 95%. Let’s chat with the author in the this article review and interview.
Back at it with Rob Rogers (@EM_Educator) and Will Sanderson (@_wsand) in part 2! This week we have an intra-intubation arrest and an homage to the pearls of ELM. Check out some tips and watch […]
“A Multicenter, Randomized Trial of Ramped Position versus Sniffing Position during Endotracheal Intubation of Critically Ill Adults.” Semler et al. Chest 2017. Is there enough data to change the ramped trend? Objective: The ramped position has […]
This week’s video analysis is with epic guest commentator Dr. Haney Mallemat (@criticalcarenow), while at Castlefest/Resusfest 2017, a critical care and ultrasound conference held in Lexington, Ky. In part one of two, we discuss a difficult […]
Common equations and at-a-glance sizing for visual learners.
This week we have special guests and teaching machines Rob Rogers @EM_Educator and Will Sanderson @_wsand. In part one of two, we cover three videos including an awake intubation, massive vomit and a difficult entry. Check […]
Laryngospasm is one of those rare life-threatening events in EM that a provider needs to be familiar with before encountering.