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From ECPR to ECMO. Steve Bernard examines evolving trends and technology for post-arrest care in Australia.


Scott Weingart unveils his mantra for the surgical airway, whilst exploring its vital role and the stigma surrounding it.


Commonly missed catastrophes. Rob Rogers expertly details strategies for improving our early identification of aortic dissection.


Arvind Rajamani has put together a series of question and answer videos, addressing the end of the bed global patient assessment that we are all encouraged to take a minute or so and do before launching into our polished …


The TTM trial (Targeted Temperature Management at 33°C versus 36°C after cardiac arrest, NEJM 2013;369:2197-206) hit critical care like a blast of cold air in 2013. News of its results and their implications spread rapid …


The Sydney Written Course, run by Dr Arvind Rajamani at Nepean ICU, is well-established in the training calendar for intensive care trainees preparing for the CICM Fellowship exam (Now called the Second Part exam). It’s …


Tales from past lives. Deniz Tek regales the crowd with unlikely parallels between his other loves; music, aviation and emergency medicine.


Damage control strategies. Karim Brohi outlines the critical concepts for the managment of the actively bleeding patient.


Louise Cullen and Rick Body fuel a contentious debate on the clinical significance of the high sensitivity troponin assay. Will your patients benefit from that extra digit ?


Scott Weingart revisits his famous video, illustrating how awake intubation can be done efficiently and effectively, with the proper preparation.