Papers of May 2023

This month we start off with a paper looking at the first pass success rate of intubation in cardiac arrest when performing continual CPR versus pausing.

We then come on to two really interesting diagnostic papers and our prehospital accuracy for identifying certain injuries; we take a look at the accuracy of HEMS clinicians in assessing the stability of a pelvic ring and subsequent application of a pelvic binder. And then we look at the accuracy of prehospital clincians in assessing for all life and limb threatening injuries.

Once again we’d love to hear any thoughts or feedback either on the website or via twitter @TheResusRoom.

Simon & Rob

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References

First attempt success with continued versus paused chest compressions during cardiac arrest in the emergency department. Robinson. Resuscitation. 2023

Prehospital accuracy of (H)EMS pelvic ring injury assessment and the application of non-invasive pelvic binder devices. Mota. Injury. 2023

Diagnostic accuracy of clinical examination to identify life- and limb-threatening injuries in trauma patients. Wohlgemut. SJTREM. 2023

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