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Tracheostomy and Laryngectomy Management..keep it simple! #FOAMed #FOAMcc

Take a look at the start of a series of video tutorials from my clinical fellow, Dr Richard Pertwee. These are geared to the FRCA exam but frankly, are more than useful for most of us in Critical care. Emergency Tracheostomy Management Emergency Laryngectomy Management Further interesting stuff CCN Airway Guidelines How2 Perc Trache See also... Continue Reading →

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This Week’s Best #FOAMed #FOAMcc #POCUS (March 13-19)

Another really busy week with various meetings going on around the world. This is a selection offering you an insight into what has been going on out there recently, and do remember that many of the Twitter shots contain clickable links! Lots of POCUS, as well as lots of new papers and reviews from Critical... Continue Reading →

This Week’s best #FOAMed #FOAMcc #POCUS (March 2017 – week 1)

There has been a lot of action on the POCUS front, as well as some of the usual fabulous and bountiful FOAM Tweets this week and last. We have had a lot of activity over the last couple of months and  a massive thanks to you all for supporting us. We are up to around... Continue Reading →

Think exercise will save you….perhaps not! #FOAMed #FOAMcc #POCUS

An often sad tale... There are upsetting cases of athletes who just drop, the marathon runner who collapses. Why does this happen to these people, when they are pushing themselves to the absolute limit and enduring the ultimate in stress testing.... daily? ***WARNING, SOME MAY FIND THE VIDEO BELOW DISTRESSING!*** We have seen this on our... Continue Reading →

The week’s best #FOAMed #FOAMcc finds (3 – Jan 17)

Loads to get through here...so if you're looking at this in theatre (ensuring your patient is safe as No. 1 priority, obviously), you are probably doing it during a long case. To the rest of you, grab a large coffee and relax as you read. Lots of the screenshots may also have links, so do... Continue Reading →

Today’s best #FOAMed #FOAMcc finds (2 – Jan 17)

More top picks for you all....more coming next week! Enjoy. JW Big papers 5 days...is that too long?? URANGA - Take a look at this as ever fabulous bit of work from the crew at TBL. Looking at duration of Abx therapy in pneumonia. See here. FICE & Echo RAP measurement made easy! Here is... Continue Reading →

Thoracic Ultrasound – A’s, B’s and whatever’s!! #FOAMed #FOAMcc #POCUS

See our section on the chest within the How 2 Echo section. Get confused with this modality...well it is extremely powerful in experienced hands and quick to do at the bedside. Get to grips with comets, A lines, B lines, sliders, lung points and effusions. See here for thoracic ultrasound Particularly useful to detect pneumothorax... Continue Reading →

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