Best of #FOAMed #FOAMcc #POCUS – July (1)

Here are a batch of my usual trawls of the FOAM world. I didn't make DasSMACC (gutted), but many of you did and I am sure the themes within here reflect much of what you may have picked up there. I have also procured a lovely little book on POCUS ...you may have seen me... Continue Reading →

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Best of #FOAMed #FOAMcc #POCUS (Week 1 May)

This is another quick trawl of the best of FOAMed. I am delighted to announce that I have teamed up with Jonathan Downham (@ccpractitioner), to bring you the '2 Jonnys' podcast every fortnight. Check out his brilliant work here: We will discuss the best of FOAMed as an accompanying podcast to the blog.  So as they... Continue Reading →

48hrs of #FOAMed finds! #FOAMcc #POCUS

Sorry for the lapse! I just wanted to promote what I see as one of the best forthcoming meetings in Antwerp (November 2017). The International Fluid Academy meeting! This 3 day meeting promises to fill your eager brains with masses of the latest evidence, key pearls and key discussion points from a wealth of high-end... Continue Reading →

The Week’s Best #FOAMed #FOAMcc #POCUS (20-25 Feb 2017)

A bad week on ICU! Pericardial tamponades, many of the sickest patients I have seen for quite some time, tight aortic valves and a lot of POCUS!!! So..a lot going on this week, but I have been trawling and hope this gives you an idea of what's been going on? Make sure the kids are... Continue Reading →

Today’s best #FOAMed #FOAMcc finds (1 – Jan 17)

We are going to try to produce regular sections on the best of FOAMed. Here's the first! Sit down with a coffee and enjoy....more to come! Great Papers Fits or frozen?! The Bottom Line Crew (Adrian Wong), debate the HYBERNATUS Study looking at whether we should cool status patients to improve outcome. Thanks again team see... Continue Reading →

Risk factors, host response and outcome of hypothermic sepsis #FOAMed

Click here to read more, courtesy of critical care. Basically We know that hypothermia leads to poor outcomes, perhaps not in cardiac arrest situations where neuroprotection is the key, granted and perhaps a few other exceptional circumstances. There is evidence that it leads to worse outcome in sepsis which is interesting. There have been many... Continue Reading →

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