End-tidal CO2 is increasingly becoming used outside of the Operating Theatre and it is prudent for the rural doctor to have an appreciation of what it is, how to measure it, when to measure it and it’s utility in common scenarios. “you get A, B & C in a single squiggly line” Casey Parker, BroomeDocs.com […]
Well my three ‘pecha kucha’ talks have been uploaded to the SMACC website at http://smacc.net.au/category/pk-talk Quite a novel format – only 20 slides, 20 secs each – 400 sec only for each talk Better than ‘death by powerpoint’ @ffolliet would be proud. SMACC2013 looks to be fun as well as bringing together critical care enthusiasts.
Well, it’s been almost just over 9 months since I put out a survey to rural GP-Anaesthetists (GPAs) in Australia….was surely tempted to put the results up on this blog back in April/May once the data had been crunched, but I stood on academic convention and deferred discussion until the paper came out – which
South Australia is huge & not surprisingly this poses problems providing a response to serious trauma in the country. Thankfully rural doctors are mostly well-trained and thrive on the challenge of delivering excellent emergency care in their local hospitals…and if needed, can call upon the retrieval service to transfer critically unwell patients. The Statewide retrieval