- CGD 22/5/13 – A “Precerebral Thump” to everything you thought you knew about cardiac arrest
- Sydney HEMS Supervisor of Training assaulted by registrars…..for training.
- Simulation Debrief 13/5/13 – Difficult Decisions
- Clinical Governance Day 22nd May 2013
- Simulation Debrief 2/5/13 – Snugly stowed and about to blow?
- Out of Hospital Cardiac Arrest Latest Evidence by @jglash at our Clinical Governance Day : youtu.be/9Y_d2zNCpq4 via @youtube 10 hours ago
- RT @liverpoolmedic: @rfdsdoc @SydneyHEMS @sydneyhems appear to have found your chicken 'living it up' in the big city. http://t.co/kOcSkA60… 10 hours ago
- RT @HawkmoonHEMS: The Italians settle in for a sleep over in the hangar. http://t.co/zfs7i2C8kN 1 week ago
- RT @rogerbloomer: @SydneyHEMS ambulance.nsw.gov.au/Employment/Cri…. Fantastic job, great experience, great team, apply now ! 1 week ago
- Workbook finished for Hong Kong course - Our guys can't wait to go http://t.co/xvTq6BQbDr 1 week ago
Monthly Archives: May 2012
The term tourniquet originated from the French ‘‘tourner’’ meaning ‘‘to turn”. The first reported use of a tourniquet for haemorrhage control after wounding was by a french army surgeon called Etienne Morel in 1674. 1 . . Tourniquets: villain or … Continue reading
In Greek mythology, the Sirens were dangerous creatures, portrayed as femme fatales who drowned sailors with their enchanting music and voices.1 Drowning is a process resulting in primary respiratory impairment from submersion /immersion in a liquid medium.2 . A liquid/air interface … Continue reading
‘Errare humanum est’ Adapted by Alexander Pope1 in 1711 into the famous quote: ‘To err is human, to forgive divine.’ Case: A MVA victim (later retrieved by GSA-HEMS) comes into a rural trauma unit with a head injury and facial fractures. They need … Continue reading