Discussion of airway situations that no one wants to find themselves in.
Episode discussing patient safety concepts for the trauma patient in the real world.
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My son created an app for iphone and android available on the app store and Google Play. The name of the app is UVa Trauma. The app has our trauma protocols, checklists for major trauma situations, and links to the last 10 podcasts.
The username is uva, password is trauma, all lower case.
Hope you find it useful. JY
Discussion of resuscitation and specific injuries. Thanks for listening.
A discussion of the recent push toward eliminating adverse and safety events in healthcare. A great idea, but is it making things safer?
Discussion of what to do when suddenly your patient becomes the sickest patient in the hospital.
Discussion of respiratory failure. Thanks for listening. JY
Discussion of expertise and escalation. Thanks for listening. JY