We’re only a week and a half away from opening the doors.
It has been a long time coming – we can only hope Melbourne can stay the course over the next few days to hit this thing out of the park.
See you soon
Suean and Mike
P.S. – November is almost here meaning the next #coachingcorner is in the planning – if you have a topic you’d like to discuss let us know. Last month’s session on lumps and bumps – plus recordings of the previous sessions – are available for you free any time.
Hey y’all, it’s the 22nd day of #blocktober! Today we’re discussing a staple of upper limb blockade, the supraclavicular brachial plexus block. The “spinal of the arm”, this workhorse is a go-to for everything from shoulder to digit surgery.
It’s the 21st day of #Blocktober ! Today we discuss ways to stay out of trouble–and more specifically, out of the nerve. Needle-nerve contact is known to cause inflammation and injury, and we can use several monitors to prevent getting too close.
Yo yo, it’s the 19th of #blocktober, and that means rectus sheath blocks! This old school technique has enjoyed a resurgence and is now part of some of our ERAS pathways for abdominal cases with midline incisions. Also a fave for urgent ex-laps when TEA contraindicated.
Critical thinking @ the point-of-care: A video tutorial
Good morning #blocktober friends! On our 19th day we’ll discuss the suprainguinal fascia iliaca (#SIFI), a useful technique that confers quality analgesia and improves outcomes for patients with hip fracture. We also use it for THA. What are you using this for?
Scandinavian Journal of Trauma, Resuscitation and Emergency Medicine @Luftambulansen
Can non-physician advanced retrieval practitioners (ARP) acquire and interpret diagnostic views of the lungs with sufficient quality to aid in the diagnosis of pneumothorax in the pre-hospital and retrieval environment?
It’s the 15th day of #blocktober! Today we’re discussing ultrasound guided blocks of the nerves in the distal upper extremity: median, ulnar and radial. Great for hand surgery and also as a rescue block. What are you using these for? Enjoy!
Ultrasound International Open
Mechanistic validation of the 2016 American Society of Echocardiography/European Association of Cardiovascular Imaging Guidelines for the assessment of diastolic dysfunction in heart failure with reduced ejection fraction.
Journal of Population Therapeutics & Clinical Pharmacology
Ultrasound in Medicine and Biology