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August 2021 podcast round up. St Emlyn’s

Our regular round up of the best of the blog from August 2021 with Iain and Simon.

Top 10 Trauma Papers for Trauma UK conference. 2020-2021. St Emyln’s

It’s that time of year again when the Trauma Care UK conference comes around and I get to talk about 10 interesting trauma papers from the last 12 months or so. This is a regular

JC: The BASICS trial. 0.9% saline vs balanced solution. Does it matter?

I’ll admit that my long term clinical practice has been to prefer balanced solutions (in my case Hartmans) over 0.9% saline in the management of the critically ill patient. It’s a topic we’ve blogged and

JC: Non-invasive ventilation for COVID 19 patients. The Recovery RS trial. St Emlyn’s

I remember back at the beginning of the pandemic when we were seeing lots of patients arriving in the ED in extremis. The now familiar picture of the deeply hypoxic patient with terrible chest X-rays

June and July 2021 Podcast round up. St Emlyn’s

Our regular round up of the best of the blog from June and July 2021. Some Aural sunshine for you in these Summer months (in the Northern Hemisphere at least). Links to the blog posts

April Podcast Round Up

It’s been another busy month at St Emlyn’s, with the publication of 15 blog posts and five podcasts, but there does seem to be an awful lot to talk about! Of course there have been

New Year, New Tetanus Guideline. St Emlyn’s

With all the excitement over Christmas and New Year (we hope you all had a wonderful time by the way!), you might have missed a bit of a change in the guidelines on wound management

A FeminEM in NYC – Reflections from #FIX18 Part Four

This post is the final post of four covering my learning points and reflections from #FIX181. FIX – the FemInEM2 ideas exchange – took place in New York on Weds 17th and Thurs 18th October 2018.

JC: Conservative management of chest trauma. St Emlyn’s

We have previously blogged on the topic of chest tube/drain management1. In one of our most widely read posts we argued that many pneumothoraces can be managed without a chest drain. When trained as a

Breaking down tribalism

Breaking down tribalism. #onetribeEMTA St Emlyn’s

This is the basic script that supported my presentation, “Breaking Down Tribalism”.  I recently presented this at EMTA2018, the Emergency Medicine Trainees Association conference in Cardiff. It is a privilege to be allowed to be