Category: Critical Care

CBRN: An Introduction. St Emlyn’s

yb It is a sad reality that in this day and age the world can be uncertain, volatile and dangerous place.  CBRN (chemical, biological, radioactive, nuclear) threats are real, and as Emergency Physicians it is

St.Emlyn's grief christmas

Grief at Christmas. Liz Crowe at St.Emlyn’s

Managing bad news in emergency medicine and critical care at Christmas. St.Emlyn’s on Grief at Christmas.

London Cardiac Arrest Symposium #LTC2015 St.Emlyn’s

London Cardiac Arrest symposium review 2015 #LTC2015 adrenaline epinephrine in cardiac arrest

JC: EuroTHERM or EuroBURNED. St.Emlyn’s

October has been a stellar month for publication of critical care trials in high impact journals. SPLIT, HEAT and FELLOW have already been FOAMed all over, but that left me with a still tempting choice

Maestrini, Frank, Starling, Guyton…….and Fluids at St.Emlyn’s

Intravenous fluids are one of the most frequently implemented interventions that we, as doctors, prescribe. We give maintenance fluids (not so frequently in the ED) and we give resuscitation fluids. Recently the results of the

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