Broomedocs Podcast (audio podcast)

After the recent publication of the process trial in the NEJM and discussion all over the FOAM forums - I have been contemplating how we might apply the findings in our smaller EDs, in the small rural towns where patients still get sepsis, and I believe should get world's best care.

PROCESS has many helpful findings that I think we can utilise... despite being a negative trial!

Here's my thoughts in the first "Broome Pearl" podcast - its just me, solo with my thoughts....

A few links that I mention:

The ProCess trial in NEJM and supplementary data are HERE

The New York STOP SEPSIS collaboration has info on EMCRIT HERE

Simon Carley's piece on St Emlyn's looking at our outcomes with Sepsis over the past dozen years

Seth Trueger's analysis on MDAware is here

Direct download: Process_pearl.mp3
Category:Audio podcast -- posted at: 10:02am EST

A discussion about the practicality and logistics of dealing with trauma in the field, in a small ED and in transit.

Lots of pearls from a guy who does this sort of thing a lot! Dr Tim

 

Direct download: Broome_Docs100.mp3
Category:Audio podcast -- posted at: 1:40am EST

Another Irishman delivering a lesson in medicine.

Andy tells us about a case that might have helped shape his future career!

Enjoy 

Direct download: Andy_Neill_LHL1.mp3
Category:Audio podcast -- posted at: 8:35am EST

Recorded at BCC4 conference in Cairns.  I caught up with the lads for a chat in the garden - apologies for all the birds and kids!  It is that sorta conference, that sort of place!

Lessons learned from about semantics - using words with precision and meaning. We touch on some tough tips for communictaing in critical moments - with colleagues and patient's or their families

Casey

Direct download: Matt_and_Doug_Lessons.mp3
Category:Audio podcast -- posted at: 10:26am EST

DR Justing Coleman - The NAked Doctor shares his thoughts on the modern trend to overdiagnosis and treatment in medicine.

Direct download: Justin_Coleman_Overdiagnosis01.mp3
Category:Audio podcast -- posted at: 4:44am EST

This is the final installment of the PE Prognostication series.

A retort to the recent comments and suggestions on the last episode

PLUS a suggested plan and maybe future trial

Enjoy

Direct download: Senthi_Strikes_back_64kb_EQ.mp3
Category:Audio podcast -- posted at: 5:30pm EST

After last weeks podcast there was quite of bit of commentary and Twitter argy-bargy... as is the norm for a PE discussion!

Anyway I got this email from Dr Scott Weingart who has some great pearls - so here it is, What would Weingart do? if it were your PE work up?

C

Direct download: Weingart_PE_response.mp3
Category:Audio podcast -- posted at: 9:40am EST

This is part 2 of the PE Prognostication podcast with Dr Senthi

In this episode we cover the prognosis of patients with PE - the PESI and simplified PESI scores and how they might be used in the diagnostic decision-making strategies for the "low-risk" PE patient in ED.

Enjoy

Direct download: Anand_PE_part_2.mp3
Category:Audio podcast -- posted at: 9:36am EST

This is part 1 of a 2 part PE podcast.

In this one we cover the history of PE evidence and the current methods of assessing PE risk in the low-end of the PE spectrum of disease.

In part 2 we look at a newer concept of pretest prognostication for PE

Direct download: Anand_PE_part_1.mp3
Category:Audio podcast -- posted at: 9:55am EST

Ok, are you confused about the title?

This is a podcast where Dr Penny Wilson (GP-Obstetrician) asks all the questions she is dying to know about the dark art of Obstetric Anaesthesia.

Dr David Forster and Casey PArker try to baffle her with science and explain how it works, why it doesn't sometimes and how we can communicate to get better outcomes for our mothers

Direct download: Dave_and_Penny_-_Obs_Anaesthesia.mp3
Category:Audio podcast -- posted at: 10:29am EST