Results for: critical appraisal

If it ain’t broke… Etomidate for paediatric sedation.

Critical appraisal and review of Etomidate as a drug for procedural sedation in the pediatric emergency department.

JC: PCA in the ED. St.Emlyn’s

A review of a paper on the use of PCA patient controlled analgesia in the ED. Review and critical appraisal with FCEM style questions

Virchester Journal Club 2013. St.Emlyn’s

Journal Club papers from the Emergency Medicine Journal Club in Virchester. FCEM style critical appraisal questions with all papers reviewed.

JC: The PEPTIC study PPI vs H2RBs on the ICU. St Emlyn's

The PEPTIC study is a randomised controlled trial of a Proton Pump Inhibitor (PPI) vs. Histamine-2 Receptor Blockers for ulcer prophylaxis on the ICU. Think Omeprazole vs. Ranitidine as your choice of prophylaxis. Although there

JC: The IHME study on the global burden of sepsis. St Emlyn's

Editors note: This blog is based on the presentation of this trial at the Critical Care Reviews conference in Belfast. We will add more data, and be able to add a more detailed critical appraisal

JC: The 65 trial. Targeting MAP in sepsis. St Emlyn's at #CCR20

Editors note: This blog is based on the presentation of the 65 trial at the Critical Care Reviews conference in Belfast. We will add more data, and be able to add a more detailed critical

JC: Journal club book for 2019-2020 published. #FOAMed

We’re delighted to publish the annual St Emlyn’s critical appraisal book this week. It’s a collection of our best critical appraisal blogs and covers over 30 papers that we have found to be interesting, challenging,

Level Pegging? JC and the PEGeD study @StEmlyns

It’s not often you see a mate as a lead author in the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM). When you do, it needs celebrating. Hats off to Associate Professor Kerstin de Wit (nee Hogg),

JC: Lower GI bleeding guidance. St Emlyn’s

The management of the patient with apparent lower GI (gastro-intestinal) bleeding is, in my experience at least, somewhat variable. Unlike upper GI bleeding where the standards and expectations are reasonably well known​1,2​, the lower GI

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JC: The Resuscitative Care Unit. St Emlyn’s

Ordinarily when we bring a Journal Club post, it’s because we want to present some form of data that can make a difference to your clinical practice. This week it’s slightly different as we’ve picked

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