Let’s talk about TXA and brain injuries. Maybe we can put to rest the suspicion that TXA creates further injury in patient’s with a TBI. TXA is an amazing tool to use for our trauma patients. There has been so much success TXA that there are trials to see how effective it is for … Continue reading CRASH 3; TBI and TXA
My AHA BLS quiz application was just released on Android. Check it out! https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.wBLSQuiz2019_9477418
2,000 law suits and appeals have been pushed forward against Johnson and Johnson. The state of Oklahoma has started proceeding in regards to damages done to the state. As stated in the New York Times; " Oklahoma had said it would need $17 billion to repair the damage done by the epidemic. About 6,000 Oklahomans … Continue reading It’s about time; law suits in the days of opiods
There was a time I was burnt out. Well, that’s not exactly true. There was a time that every three months I was burnt to the core. I wanted to quit. I wanted to go to nursing school. Hell, I even put in an application to Fed Ex. Unfortunately, there was one time that … Continue reading Burnt toast; the road to burn out
My new PALS study app just went live today! If you are an android and getting ready to take PALS, check it out! https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.wPALSQuiz2019_9326200
apple.news/APWZMplLkQp28qw0aiF26Vw I couldn't imagine being first on scene... prays for EVERYONE involved.
This study will have two versions written about it. This version is my "cut the fat" version I am trying encapsulate in this blog. As well, with my venture in medical free lance writing, I will have a "medical education" category for those who want the juicy morsels of dense medical language. With out further … Continue reading A synopsis on sepsis and ETCO2 criteria.