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Oct 1, 2017

Welcome back to October's papers podcast!

This month we have a look at a paper that shines further light on the use of ultrasound in predicting fluid responsiveness in the spontaneously ventilating patient. We look at a paper that sets to challenge the concerns over hyperoxia in presumed myocardial infarction. And lastly we look at how stress impacts in a cardiac arrest situation on the team leader's performance.

Make sure you have a look at the papers yourself and we would love to hear any feedback and alternative thoughts on the ones we cover! Lastly thanks for your support with the podcast

Enjoy!

Relationship between non-technical skills and technical performance during cardiopulmonary resuscitation: does stress have an influence? Krage R. Emerg Med J. 2017

iSepsis – Vena Caval Ultrasonography – Just Don’t Do It!; EMCrit

The Bottom Line; DETO2X-AMI

JC: Oxygen in ACS. A fuss about nothing? The DETO2X Trial at St.Emlyn’s

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