Evaluating the evidence supporting Hypothermia after severe brain injury.
This podcast is the fifth in the series from the learnECMO team, diving deep into the subtleties of ECMO haemodynamics.
Is time really brain? Does tPA have a future? Is the medieval era of stroke finally ending, or will it get worse before it gets better?
Will we ever work out which patients benefit from a decompressive crainectomy?
There is a need for international consensus in the determination of brain death to address the challenges and controversies that continue to surround it.
Neil Orford is the clinical lead for the i-Validate program, here he discusses this collaboration which aims to improve patient-centred end-of-life care
A review of the new textbook in the Oxford Specialist Handbooks Series: Retrieval Medicine. This review was independently undertaken by Stephen Warrilow.
Hazel Talbot provides an insightful look at neonatal and pae …
A bare knuckle pit fight between Oli Flower & Simon Finfer o …
Myths and medical dogma fill the gap between what we know and what we don’t know. Learn “Defense Against the Dark Arts” and how not to let this gap hurt some of our most vulnerable patients — children.