Papers of November 2018


Welcome back to November’s Papers Podcast. We’ve got 3 great papers for you again this month.

First up we take a look at a paper that looks to quantify the amount of experience needed to be a proficient intubator, in this case in arrest. Next we have a look at a paper which shows a significant difference in mortality in cardiac arrest dependant on the intravascular access route used. Finally we have a look a really interesting paper in the dispatch method of a HEMS service which we be of real interest to all those involved in paramedicine and prehospital critical care.

Make sure you take a look at the papers themselves and form your own opinions. We’d love to hear any thoughts and feedback you have.

Enjoy!

Simon & Rob

References & Further Reading

How much experience do rescuers require to achieve successful tracheal intubation during cardiopulmonary resuscitation? Kim SY. Resuscitation. 2018

Intraosseous Vascular Access Is Associated With Lower Survival and Neurologic Recovery Among Patients With Out-of-Hospital Cardiac ArrestKawano T. Ann Emerg Med. 2018

A novel method of non-clinical dispatch is associated with a higher rate of critical Helicopter Emergency Medical Service interventionMunro S .Scand J Trauma Resusc Emerg Med. 2018

London Trauma Conference 2018

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