Author Archives: nswhems

Apnoeic Oxygenation: Essential in Prehospital RSI

This was a talk from the 2014 London Trauma Conference by Cliff Reid How it works – review by Nicholas Chrimes When it all started in #FOAMed in Dec 2010 – NODESAT article by Rich Levitan We tried it and liked it, so … Continue reading

Posted in Airway | Tagged , | Leave a comment

London Trauma Conference

References from talks from the 2014 London Trauma Conference Apnoeic Oxygenation: Essential in Prehospital RSI by Cliff Reid Quality Training in Prehospital Trauma Care by Cliff Reid – to be completed  

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Education Inservice Tuesday 18 November 2014

A session with consultants from Sydney HEMS will be held on Tuesday 18 November as part of the Education Inservice week in Rozelle, NSW. This will be an opportunity to discuss current approaches to trauma and critical care. Please bring details … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged | Leave a comment

Clinical Governance Day 24th September 2014

See here for directions

Posted in training | Tagged | Leave a comment

Selective Aortic Arch Perfusion

Fascinating talk on the development of this resuscitative technology by Dr Jim Manning who appeared in person at our Clinical Governance Day.   For further information check out EMCrit Podcast Episode 123

Posted in Presentations | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Developing EM in Brazil is coming soon

Several of our consultants are presenting at the Developing EM conference in Brazil.  If you’d like to hear more, organising emergency physicians and prehospital & retrieval medicine consultants Mark Newcombe and Lee Fineberg describe it and also discuss the highly … Continue reading

Posted in training | Leave a comment

NSW Ambulance Radio Codes

With new team members about to join us, it’s worth revisiting some of the radio terminology used. The most important one to know is Code 1 – “Officer in trouble requires Police”. Here are some others we commonly hear, both … Continue reading

Posted in Tips | Tagged | Leave a comment