JEMS released an article in 2016 about the use of ETCO2 to quickly identify sepsis. Let's see how that tool works and may help improve early recognition and treatment.
We all try to maintain an physiological PEEP of 3-5 cmH2O. If that is the case, why don't we try to maintain that same PEEP in our mechanically ventilated patients?
A new cardiac assessment with the combination of an i-STAT is allowing for better recognition of major cardiac events. Should paramedics be looking at implementing this strategy?
For years, Succinylcholine was hailed as the go-to paralytic in an RSI, but is it really the best choice?
In this debut video with Master Your Medics, Geoff Murphy discusses the use of corticosteroids in severe asthma and COPD.