The RAGE podcast is now on iTunes here, and should start appearing in iTunes searches before 2014 (there is a bit of a lag before that happens — as there is for the RAGE logo to appear, unfortunately).
Oh, and if you like what you hear, write a review give it as many stars as you can!
Thanks for all the positive feedback so far, we’ll aim to make things even better in RAGE Session Two.
You’d be forgiven for thinking it was never going to happen… but it has… the first RAGE Session is finally here!
RAGE Session One is 71 min 7 sec long and includes:
Introduction, including the RAGE team ‘meet and greet’ (starts 00:00 min)
‘What’s bubbling up?’ (starts 05:40 min) — shout outs and interesting discoveries from the world of FOAM and elsewhere featuring CO2 retention in COPD, the LINC trial, intraosseous blood transfusion, Rory Spiegel’s EM Nerd, the ‘quick look’ CT in ‘semi-stable’ trauma patients and fallen cycling legend Martyn Ashton
the RAGE team discussing ‘The post-TTM era: homeopathic hypothermia or aggressive normothermia?’ (starts 25:20 min)
the RAGE team’s discussion on ‘Septic and hypotensive: what next?’ (starts 39:06 min)
‘A blast from the past’ on critical care deity Peter Safar, presented by Haney Mallemat (starts 63.57 min)
‘Wise Words’ featuring Descartes and Diderot, presented by Michelle Johnston (starts 67.58 min)
It’s early days and we expect to incrementally improve the format, presentation and audio quality with each episode. To make this happen, we need your feedback — leave comments on this post or contact us here (especially if you want to appear on the show, correct us or respond to an episode in audio format).
The RAGE podcast has been submitted to iTunes , but is not yet available there and is available here. The RAGE podcast audio feed is available here.
Read on for the ‘show note’ links for RAGE Session One…
Harris M, Balog R, Devries G. What is the evidence of utility for intraosseous blood transfusion in damage-control resuscitation? J Trauma Acute Care Surg. 2013 Nov;75(5):904-6. doi: 10.1097/TA.0b013e3182a85f71. PubMed PMID: 24158214. (Note that the first author has a potential conflict of interest in that he is CMO of a company that makes equipment for assisting in difficult vascular access)
Dumas F, et al. Is hypothermia after cardiac arrest effective in both shockable and nonshockable patients?: insights from a large registry. Circulation. 2011 Mar 1;123(8):877-86. doi: 10.1161/CIRCULATIONAHA.110.987347. Epub 2011 Feb 14. PubMed PMID: 21321156. [Free Full Text]
Kim F et al. Effect of Prehospital Induction of Mild Hypothermia on Survival and Neurological Status Among Adults With Cardiac ArrestA Randomized Clinical Trial. JAMA Nov 17 2013 doi:10.1001/jama.2013.282173
Jacobs IG, Finn JC, Jelinek GA, Oxer HF, Thompson PL. Effect of adrenaline on survival in out-of-hospital cardiac arrest: A randomised double-blind placebo-controlled trial. Resuscitation. 2011 Sep;82(9):1138-43. doi: 10.1016/j.resuscitation.2011.06.029. Epub 2011 Jul 2. PubMed PMID: 21745533.
Nehme Z, Andrew E, Bernard SA, Smith K. Treatment of monitored out-of-hospital ventricular fibrillation and pulseless ventricular tachycardia utilising the precordial thump. Resuscitation. 2013 Dec;84(12):1691-6. doi: 10.1016/j.resuscitation.2013.08.011. Epub 2013 Aug 27. PubMed PMID: 23994203.
All of the RAGE team will be heavily involved in smaccGOLD. Even Haney is flying out from the States to be part of it.
Various members of the RAGE team are organising the program, selecting the speakers, designing and running the workshops, as well as taking the stage for talks, panel discussions and other mind blowing events during the conference.
So be sure to take our conflict of interest into account when we say that smaccGOLD is going to be AWESOME!
We really hope to meet you there. Come along for a meeting of friends who have never met before and the most inspiring educational experience you can have, at a conference like no other.
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