Welcome to another grand rounds recap! This week Dr. Isaac Shaw started us out with the monthly Morbidity and Mortality. Dr. Stolz then dove into some ultrasound QA, covering topics such as knee arthrocentesis and early pregnancy ultrasound. Dr. Murphy followed this up by discussing the science of motivation and how we can use this in the Emergency Department setting. This was followed up with Drs. Modi and Kircher who went head to head in this months CPC on endocarditis. Dr. Irankunda finished up the day with an excellent talk on the retrograde urethrogram. See you next week!Read More
It takes an estimated 80-200 correctly executed tasks to successfully administer a single dose of a medication to a critically ill patient...
Our reality in transport medicine... We routinely work in an environment that is prone to medical error. An environment that is...
- Dynamic and potentially dangerous
- Fast paced... where speed is perceived as excellence
- Limited in space, resources, and personnel
- Built on inferred indications with little access to confirmatory tests
- Frequent patient care hand offs of high acuity patients
- Defined by actions and inaction that have immediate consequences with little recovery time to stop sequential errors
- Not reproducible... No mission is ever the same