The Resus Room

Emergency Medicine podcasts based on evidence based medicine focussed on practice in and around the resus room.

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 30m. Bisher sind 196 Folge(n) erschienen. Dieser Podcast erscheint jede zweite Woche.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 4 days 18 hours 3 minutes


October 2022; papers of the month

Welcome back to the podcast! First up this month we're going have a think about fluid therapy, following an RCT focussing on those patients attending ED with moderate severity acute pancreatitis; are we flooding them with fluid & should we ease...



Extrication; Roadside to Resus

Despite all the improvements that we have seen in trauma care over the past 20 or more years RTCs are still, sadly, a really common cause of both death and disability, with the number of deaths annually in the UK sitting somewhere between 1500-1900...



September 2022; papers of the month

Welcome back to the podcast! It's brilliant to be back after our summer break and we've got three great papers for you. First up we take a look at a paper looking at the association the a geriatric assessment can make on the mortality of patients aged...


 2022-09-01  38m

August 2022; papers of the month

Welcome back! This month we take a look at 3 papers covering the breadth of Emergency Care. First up we look at a paper evaluating outcomes for patients discharged on scene by an EMS service; how many reattend ED, how many require ICU care and...


 2022-08-01  29m

Lactate; Roadside to Resus

So when people talk about patients having a high lactate we think about them being sick, it can at times be easy to slip into thinking that this equals sepsis or maybe ischaemia. And whilst the presence of a high lactate in the context of infection...


 2022-07-18  25m

 2022-07-01  30m

Intraosseous Access; Roadside to Resus

So, as we all know, there are loads of presentations that we see in Emergency Medicine that require us to gain rapid access to the circulation. Either to administer medicines around the body or to get fluids into the circulation. Now there’s a...


 2022-06-21  1h3m

June 2022; papers of the month

Welcome back to June '22 papers podcast! This month we start off with a look at rocuronium dosing in RSI; could a simple change of dosage lead to an increased first pass success for our intubations? Next up we take a look at the use of TXA in trauma,...


 2022-06-01  32m

Leadership and Followership; Roadside to Resus

We talk a lot about the different skills involved in the management of the critically unwell patient; CPR, airway management, defibrillation, chest drains, RSI etc, etc…..but there is another aspect which is arguably as important and that is the...


 2022-05-16  53m

May 2022; papers of the month

Welcome back to May's papers of the month! First up this month we'll be looking at an RCT focussed on prehospital intra-arrest management and comparing an early move in arrest towards ECMO-CPR and invasive treatment, versus remaining on scene...


 2022-05-01  29m