Tag: trauma

November 2021 Podcast Round Up. St Emlyns

Iain is flying solo this month, with discussion about narrative story tellling, airway management in the ED and using pigtail catheters in management of haemothorax.  We hope all you all have a very happy Christmas

JC: Can we use smaller pigtail drains in traumatic haemothorax?

Back in 2016 we published a blog on chest drains and chest aspiration, in which we argued that the dogma of putting in huge drains for traumatic haemothoraces should be questioned. The dogma of using

Learning from airway management in the ED: UK Perspective

This is the transcript for an invited talk at the recent Difficult Airway Society (DAS) 2021 virtual conference. It was lovely to be invited and great of the organisers to create a multidisciplinary opportunity for

May 2021 podcast

May 2021 Podcast round up. St Emlyn’s

Our regular round up of the blog highlights in podcast form as hosted by Ian and Simon.

Hypocalcaemia, Trauma and Major Transfusion. St Emlyn’s

I’m writing this blog post after listening to the ever excellent Scott Weingart on the EMCrit podcast in discussion with the authors of this paper, to which I highly recommend you listen. Why bother to

October 2020

October 2020 round up podcast

October was a busy month with a strong theme of trauma and coagulopathy. Iain and Simon got together to podcast the highlights which you can listen to on the link below, or even better subscribe

Top 10 trauma papers 2019-2020 for Liverpool Trauma Seminars. St Emlyn’s

This week I am presenting (virtually) at the Liverpool Trauma Seminar. This is a new initiative that aims to provide a multispeciality, multidisciplinary trauma conference in the North West of England. It’s run out of

March Podcast Round Up

March has been an incredibly busy month on St Emlyn’s, and we had our highest number of blog views and podcast listens ever. There has been an awful lot to catch up on, admittedly a

JC: AVP in Haemorrhagic Shock. St Emlyn’s

Blood product transfusion can be lifesaving for patients who have suffered major trauma, but the associated side-effects and risks, mean that most people would agree that less is more. This paper by Sim et al

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London Pre-Hospital Care Conference #LTC2019

It’s conference week, and although we started it in Birmingham with the Intensive Care Society State of the Art, we’re now in London at the Royal Geographical Society for the London Trauma Conference. This blog