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Poem: Powerless, I Struggle





My body is not my own

My lungs are not my own

My life is not my own

I breathe

And a machine breathes for me… 169 kata lagi


Forgiveness is hard hateful people sucks

I hate how no matter what you do or say some people are never happy. They bitch and complain all the time. I wonder if sometimes if they stopped for just a minute and replayed what they say in their own head if they would do and say things differently. 2.732 kata lagi

Podcast Episode 21: Optimizing Traumatic Ventilation

The Special Operations Medical Association Podcast on Prolonged Field Care is back with a new episode on a long awaited topic, traumatic ventilation.  We were finally able to corner a real, live anesthesiologist who was actually more than happy to sit down and talk about ventilation after his years of experience working at the heads of thousands of patients.   288 kata lagi


Out of ‘site’, out of mind? The Hidden Ladies of the Ventilator

Guest post by Amy Galvin-Elliott

Historically, women have had a contentious relationship with the Houses of Parliament, and their access to and interaction with the spaces of Parliament provides an illuminating co-narrative to their journey towards enfranchisement. 1.811 kata lagi

House Of Commons

MEDUMAT Standard 2 Ventilator

By Dr Brendan Wood – Auckland HEMS Fellow, and Stefan Gabor – Intensive Care Paramedic, Clinical Educator

The ARHT has recently purchased the Weinmann Medumat Standard 2 Ventilator. 120 kata lagi

Effect of Dexmedetomidine on Mortality and Ventilator-Free Days in Patients Requiring Mechanical Ventilation with Sepsis

This randomised clinical trial by Kawazoe and colleagues is part of the Dexmedetomidine for Sepsis in Intensive Care Unit Randomized Evaluation (DESIRE) Trial.  It was published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) in April 2017.  329 kata lagi