Best of #FOAMed #FOAMcc #POCUS finds – December (2)

A final happy Christmas to you all! This episode features loads of POCUS images, many of which you have kindly shared over Twitter. Thanks to all concerned and I have acknowledged you where I can. There is also a lot on flu, ARDS, OOHCA, less is more in sepsis and our usual run of infographics... Continue Reading →

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Updates in respiratory critical care 1/11/17 – #FOAMED #FOAMcc

These are the notes Dr David Popple (ITU Consultant), took during the Updates in Respiratory Critical Care Meeting at the RCOA back in November. I merely took them, expanded them and added links etc. Thanks to him for providing these. Update in renal replacement coming too. So...onward, what's new then? Identifying and managing ventilator asynchrony... Continue Reading →

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 →

Best of 14th Critical Care Symposium #FOAMed #FOAMcc #POCUS

It was a massive success and hats off to Dr Veerappan for putting it all together! The following is a collection of the Tweets from the meeting...the best way to collate thoughts and the story of the conference. Loads here, and I mean loads! So take your time and scroll down. Occasionally there are clickable... Continue Reading →

But will you love me tomorrow?!! #FOAMed #FOAMcc

NIGHTMARE SCENARIO - Airway Roulette! Does this scenario sound familiar....? You start your morning ward round and you have already heard on the grapevine that one of the patients is ready to extubate. The numbers say so, the nurses are badgering you to make that decision, and their sedation has been off since 07:00 ready for... Continue Reading →

APRV – not so confusing anymore! #FOAMed

This is a modality of ventilation that seems to utilised more and more frequently in our ARDS patients with refractory hypoxaemia. To be honest, it can be a daunting mode if you don't understand the underlying principles behind it, so here is a guide to attempt to clear this up and make it more palatable,... Continue Reading →

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