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Institute of Pre-Hospital Care Nov 26
Excellent session on a paediatric case. Relating what we know of physiology to the clinical presentation. Great stuff.
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Andrew McCallum Nov 23
Impressive integration between military and prehospital emergency medicine at the Golden Hour Conference 2. Particular emphasis on resuscitation in PH phase under threat/duress. Many lessons.
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Institute of Pre-Hospital Care Nov 23
2/2 zone one balloon gives a perfusing pressure and return of consciousness. Clock now ticking to prevent ischaemia. Partial REBOA crucial here. Allow some flow distal to the balloon. The journey is only just beginning. The hospital now needs to respond. This is a huge challenge.
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Institute of Pre-Hospital Care Nov 23
Robbie taking us through a case Stabbed patient, to leg and torso. Zone three REBOA doesn’t bring about improvement. Thoraocotomy or Supracoeliac REBOA. Audience votes overwhelmingly for zone one REBOA. Other option - thoracotomy (one survivability bad) or death 1/2
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Institute of Pre-Hospital Care Nov 23
Our talking about exsanguinating haemorrhage Taking the pure physiology from previous talk and applying it to a theoretical case.
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Lee Parker Nov 23
on the way from a “lovely” Sheffield!!! Looking forward to conference.
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Institute of Pre-Hospital Care Nov 23
Frank, our patient liaison nurse is giving us a session on how we look after families during and following the so-called Can a mother hold the hand of a murder victim on scene? What about forensics? What about compassion? How does this impact grief? This is big.
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Institute of Pre-Hospital Care Nov 23
The Canadian death investigation system is really interesting. Very collaborative and with a focus on learning. especially focussing on not necessarily assigning blame as an important strategy for making improvement.
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Institute of Pre-Hospital Care Nov 23
2/2 Professor Jo Martin has been hugely supportive of The project and supported. Great to see the relationships between different disciplines resulting in innovation and the generation of new ideas.
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Institute of Pre-Hospital Care Nov 23
Thank you to for supporting conference. Thanks to this support and that of we are able to host the conference at this stunning venue. The line-up of past Royal College Presidents makes us proud including 1/2
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Institute of Pre-Hospital Care Nov 23
We’re hearing about the Canadian death investigation system and the integration with clinicians. They are very integrated! bringing a huge experience to the conference. Thank you.
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Institute of Pre-Hospital Care Nov 23
Proud to have helping to support conference. The emergency clinicians of the future. and also represented here. Thanks all.
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Institute of Pre-Hospital Care Nov 22
Vertebral artery injuries. These are important. How do they happen? When should we suspect them? What is the true incidence, particularly in those who die?
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John Ferris Nov 22
Thanks for a day of hardcore HEMS pathology. Opened our eyes. You can do the procedures and pat yourself on the back in ignorant bliss, or....you can scratch the surface and begin to understand properly.
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Institute of Pre-Hospital Care Nov 22
Dr Ciaran Scott Hill is talking to us about axonal injury. Now on axonal degeneration. Important because as it is an active process we can potentially interfere with it, pharmacologically or genetically.
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Institute of Pre-Hospital Care Nov 22
This line-up is SO talented. Dr Flora Bird, head injury research fellow is now talking about the neurocardiac axis. Excellent presentation and directly relevant to our patients.
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Institute of Pre-Hospital Care Nov 22
Another incredible lady. Professor Susan Standring. Editor in Chief of Grays anatomy. Talking to us about the brainstem. ‘Things we have forgotten or never knew’. Loving it here.
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Institute of Pre-Hospital Care Nov 22
Now we dig deep into head injury with a lecture now on axonal injury. It’s not straightforward. But brilliantly described by Dr Ginni Fitzpatrick-Swallow Consultant forensic pathologist. Thanks also to Ginni for her close working with to help us understand more.
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Institute of Pre-Hospital Care Nov 22
What makes conferences like worthwhile is when we see an impact on patient care outcomes. One of our patients, Ronke, has very recently produced a book of her experience as a patient of ours. Fascinating. A must read.
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Institute of Pre-Hospital Care Nov 22
Another true star who has worked really hard with us on the Golden Hour project. giving a further overview of head injury and the matters leading to death and illness. We are very lucky to have the support of Ben and the forensic team. Thank you.
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