Summary: Talks recorded live at the Social Media and Critical Care conferences. For more info go to smacc.net.au
From Upstairs Care Downstairs to Kettlebells for the Brain… WTF? A no-holds barred series of 6 provocative medical interrogations. We challenge the state of research, social media, pharmacology, social work, women in medicine, medicine in the developed work, and the health of healthcare workers.
Hardcore EM: EBM - Papers of the year by Justin Morgenstern
SMACCForce: Bariatric Panel Discussion with Mark Forrest, Jason Van Der Velde, Phil Keating, Cameron O'Leary
SMACCForce: Mental Health by Ashley Liebig
There are several pediatric cardiac disease processes that get misdiagnosed because they present with other symptoms. No child comes in and says, “I have chest pain” or in any way alerts the Emergency Department providers to include some type of pediatric heart disease in the differential diagnosis.
"Out for blood" by Bill Hinckley
Using a 1982 portable unit we could define, since 1985, a use of ultrasound devoted to the critically ill, different from the traditional one (radiological & cardiological). This technology was sufficient for making, at the bedside, a whole body approach, although a 1992 technology (Hitachi-405) was better for optic nerve assessment. Search for blood in trauma, inserting subclavian venous lines was a basis. The consideration of the lung (the main vital organ) allowed to change the rules of ultrasound.
Emotion has a profound effect on decision-making. As scientists and rational beings, we like to believe that we can control our emotions and make good decisions regardless of the context in which those decisions must be executed -- The reality is, that's far from the truth.
What is New York City style resuscitation? Reuben Strayer and Scott Weingart honed their chops in public hospitals in America’s largest city, where patients come from every country, speak every language, and manifest every physiologic derangement on earth.
What if in just a few short hours we could take all that we have learned about resuscitation from FOAMed and apply it? What if we could turn an average community hospital ED into a high functioning team? What if we could do all of that in 2.5 hours? We’ll see.
Exsanguination and brain injury are the leading causes of death after major trauma. During the last decades, significant progress has been made in the fight against haemorrhage.
Sepsis, Brazil, Women in ICU… Who Cares? - Peter Brindley interrogates: Flavia Machado
SonoBYTE - Leanne Hartnett
The Everywoman’s Guide to Resuscitating the Post Cardiac Surgery Patient - Nikki Stamp
Neuroimaging Nibble CTP mismatch in Acute Ischemic Stroke - Ronan O'Leary