Critical Care

Conference, 7/16/15, Mercy, Critical Care

ACLS/Sick vs Not Sick with Dr. Jess Barber: Good, consistent, uninterrupted compressions are essential in any code Compressions, defibrillation, running a systematic code are more important than intubation In tachycardia, stable vs unstable should be your first question Treat every patient you are coding like you would treat a loved one Drug Choices for Sedation

Airway Shorts

Making the Decision to Intubate

What is a more appropriate start to an EM blog than an airway discussion? Let’s start with the basics, and expand as we progress through the year. Most of this discussion comes from the teaching I received from Airway Guru Dr. Steve Carleton (Cincinnati Dept of EM) and Dr. Ron Wall’s Manual of Emergency Airway

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Welcome to BrownCoat Nation

Welcome to BrownCoat Nation, the education blog from the UIC | EM Residency. As stated on the homepage: The information contained in this blog is for educational purposes only and is intended for those studying the practice of emergency medicine. It is not intended to advocate specific medical practices or replace the opinion of your physician.