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Clinical Governance Day 10 September 2014

We started off the new term with a series of interesting presentations based around the theme of drowning and water rescue. Inland Water Recue in the UK Thanks to the wonders of the internet, Matt Ward, Head of Clinical Practice at … Continue reading

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CGD Flyer – Weds 27th August 2014

Here is the flyer for next week’s Clinical Governance Day.  Please note that as the training building is currently being refurbished, the CGD will instead be held in the conference room in the main office building (“The Castle”). 

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Clinical Governance Day 30th July 2014

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CGD 16th July 2014. Everything Sim.

Written by Phil Webster. Posted by Kariem. A decade ago simulation was a small part of the learning sphere but in the modern day of medical education it is now becoming commonplace and a somewhat essential part of training. With its … Continue reading

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Spot Diagnosis!

Have a look at these three short videos…  Taken on a recent Sydney HEMS mission. Can you guess the diagnosis?? NB. Art line trace is in yellow, SaO2 in blue.  Post your answers below. First correct answer wins a crate of beer … Continue reading

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Learning points from June 18th 2014

Here are some of the learning points from the Sydney HEMS Clinical Governance Day 18th June 2014: Clinical cases Some reminders cropped up that are worth revisiting: Rocuronium dosing for RSI: At least 1.2 mg/kg is recommended. Lower doses may … Continue reading

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Ketamine for TBI: Why not?

The 1970s were a dark time for ketamine use in patients with intracranial pathology. In patients with non-traumatic lesions, ketamine was suggested to increase intracranial pressure (ICP) using various markers as end-points to suggest this (see references below). Although this … Continue reading

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