Stay Tuned you are going to Be FOAMed!
The Best Practices of Emergency Medicine is coming on the 5th of March 2016
One Fullday conference of cutting edge Emergency Medicine topics
it’s going to be live stream ohhhh! check http://www.roccem.com/
Be FOAMed! #BestofEM16
What matters in EGDT?
1- Does EGDT reduce mortality?
2- Should EGDT be the standard for sepsis?
3- Are all elements of EGDT protocol still necessary?
Here are the questions and the links for the DSI :
•What is DSI?
•Difference between RSI and DSI?
•When to use DSI?
•What the best agent for DSI?
•Strategies of preoxygenation?
its time for review!!
listen to Emergency board review podcast an amazing podcast series, its a collaborative project by a bunch of EM docs that spend way too much time online. There are very few mulimedia options for studying for the board exam that are 100% FOAMed
Break a Leg !!
Meet ‘em, greet ‘em, treat ‘em and street ‘em
The goal of the SGEM is to cut the knowledge translation window from over 10 years down to less than 1 year. It does this by using social media to provide you with high quality, clinically relevant, critically appraised, evidence based information.
Much of the content is a result of the Best Evidence in Emergency Medicine (BEEM) process. The BEEM critical appraisal forms are available for FREE online (Make it So).
The SGEM is part of the Free Open Access to Meducation (FOAM) movement.
FOAM – Medical education for anyone, anywhere, anytime.
The SGEM consists of a weekly blog and 20min podcast By
DR Ken Milne, MD (Twitter: @thesgem)
Surgical Bougie-Assisted Cricothyrotomy performed by
Dr Ram Parekh MD
take a look at it u will like it