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SMACCUS : Feeling the FOAM love

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Writing this post from O’Hare Airport on my way back to Broome after SMACCUS.  40 hours in an aluminium tube….  [Kevin Fong has re-analysed the safety of air travel, so I’m feeling relatively safe… a bus would be safer!] Looking back on the conference of the year.  There were some great moments, some spectacular ideas […]

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Countdown to SMACCUS

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G’day All I am sitting in Jackson Lodge writing this post after what has been an amazing week of learning, meeting new friends and seeing some spectacular parts of the U.S.A.   I have been inspired by my fellow Yellowstone US teachers and our awesome students.  And this is just a small taste of what […]

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Dr Dave Forster: A tough airway made easy

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Welcome back!  Apologies for being away for a few weeks.  You may know that a large part of the FOAM community was attacked, hacked and disabled by malignant robots last month. Thanks to Dr Mike Cadogan and his band of merry men we are now back online along with other awesome sites that fell victim […]

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Awesome Ultrasound Learning

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Hi All This is a quick post to let you know about a few great Ultrasound resources that are out there. Sure everyone knows about the Ultrasound Podcast – unless you are a subpetrous life form! But – there are a number of really nice, lesser known, well made educational Ultrasound sites out there.  So […]

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PODCAST: Pushing Pressors in the Periphery

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The mantra of the Broome Docs site is “bringing great care, out there.”  And today’s topic goes right to the heart of that theme.  It is one of my pet topics – so apologies in advance if the rant is too long or detailed. This is a discussion about the early management of septic patients. […]