Asynchronous Learning: Resuscitation

Below you will find a compiled list of links to asynchronous learning resources on Resuscitation themed topics. The Non-FOAM section links directly through the university library so that once you are logged in, it will take you directly to that chapter of the ebook. EBMedicine.net articles are available for free through EMRA benefit. By no means is this list exhaustive and if you know of other resources that would be educational, please add your comments below!

NON-FOAM: Resuscitation

Tintinalli’s Emergency Medicine: A Comprehensive Study Guide, 8e:

Rosen’s Emergency Medicine, Eighth Edition:

EBMedicine.net


FOAM: Resuscitation

Airway:

  1. EMCrit: Updated EMCrit Intubation Checklist
  2. EMCrit: Cricothyrotomy

Cardiac Arrest:

  1. Ultrasound Podcast: State of the Evidence Cardiac Arrest Echo , Part 2
  2. EM Updates: The Causes of Cardiac Arrest
  3. PulmCrit: 2015 ACLS Guidelines What Happened to VSE?
  4. EmCrit: The New Intra-arrest

Monitoring:

  1. emDocs: Interpreting Waveform Capnography
  2. LITFL: Capnography Waveform Interpretation

Shock:

  1. Emergency Medicine Cases: Anaphylaxis and Anaphylactic Shock
  2. EmCrit: Management of Cardiogenic Shock
  3. emDocs: Recognition and Management of Pediatric Sepsis and Septic Shock
  4. R.E.B.E.L. EM: Sepsis 3.0
  5. PulmCrit: Top 10 problems with the new sepsis definition
  6. PulmCrit: Mythbusting: (Empty IVC + hyperkinetic heart) does not equal volume depletion
  7. PulmCrit: Understanding lactate in sepsis & Using it to our advantage
  8. Ultrasound Podcast: RUSH Podcast , RUSH Podcast Part 2

Thinking and Cognition:

  1. EmCrit: Stop Points
  2. EmCrit: Making Things Happen
  3. EmCrit: How Not to be a #ResusWanker

 

If you have additional resources to add to the list, please share in the comment section below!

The views expressed on this blog are the author's own and do not reflect the views of their employer. Please read our full disclaimer here. Any references to clinical cases refer to patients treated at a virtual hospital, Janus General Hospital.

Jay Khadpe MD

Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine
Associate Residency Director
University of Florida College of Medicine – Jacksonville

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