Quite the conclusion, I wonder what Moffett thinks about the methods to conclude that. Of course, the raw data is not surprising.
A well written reminder. As you know – faculty have started to work up in the “PIT”. While you may hear us moan and groan about it, a sure positive is getting to see people as they walk into the ED. Often, we only see patients when they are laying down, mostly naked, stripped of their dignity and asked a ton of questions about their personal life, choices, and what caused them to end up where they are at this very second. Seeing them come in with street clothes on, limping in aided by family or alone and confused is a good reminder that they are more than just a patient, but also a person, with stories and lives outside our tiny rooms.
The world is here, let’s treat them with the correct antibiotics! New CDC guidelines for STD treatment.
Time to stop calling them what they are not, and start referring to them as what they are:
Always a good reminder.
In light of today’s airway course, this is a good podcast by Scott Weingart a master of the airway, interviewing a Canadian airway master. And we all know how great Canadians are!
Check out this awesome quick reference sheet provided by Dr. Hieger:
Some great lectures on EBM that helps solidify the concepts: