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Processing ProCESS: what does it mean for the small ED?

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Gday.  Welcome back.  It has been a slow month on the blog as I recover from the wonderful exertions of the SMACC GOLD conference.  After last week’s post on knowledge translation into the bush – this week I am jumping right in and aiming to translate some of the latest into your practice! This is […]

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Lactate PK by Dr Laura Castle

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Welcome back to our third and final PK presentation from the recent ACEM Winter Symposium in Broome. Dr Laura Castle is a JMO in the Broome ED and I gave her the challenge of covering everything to do with “lactate” in 6mins and 40 secs.  Now there is a lot of physiology, controversy and practicality […]

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Sepsis Kimberley style: Fluid Management by Dr James Wright

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Welcome back – I have had a few weeks away from Broome and back to the job today. This video (VODCAST) is a follow on from the recent ACEM Winter Symposium presentation we did with the Broome ED JMOs. This episode is part 2 – should follow on from Dr Laura Smith’s case and outline. […]

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Sepsis Kimberley style: Dr Laura Smith

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This is the first of a 3 vodcast series on “Sepsis – Kimberley style” In June 2013 Broome hosted the ACEM Winter symposium which was really cool – and they asked me to present something about ED Education in Broome as part of the program that included some really seriously great speakers. So instead of […]

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The Lactate “Debate” with Dr Seth Trueger

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Gday, I was lucky enough to record a new podcast with Dr Seth Trueger – inspired by the recent online discussions around lactate, or more specifically lactate-clearance as a marker, or a goal of therapy in the treatment of septic patients. This is a topic my team will be covering at the ACEM Winter Symposium […]