Tag Archives: Singapore Emergency Medicine Society

Goh E Shaun: Volume, Products, Ratio and Confusing Literature – What to Give and How Much?

Volume, Products, Ratio and Confusing Literature – What to Give and How Much

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Pek Jen Heng: The Mandatory Break

The Mandatory Break

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Eillyne Seow: The E.D. Team

The E.D. Team

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Alper Cevik: Self Directed Learning The Right Textbook, the Right Website or the Right Podcast?

Self Directed Learning The Right Textbook, the Right Website or the Right Podcast

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Bentley Bobrow: Seamless Community-Based Approach to Increase Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest Survival

Seamless Community Based Approach to Increase OHCA Survival

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Ng Yuen Yen: S.A.F.E.ly Discharging the Elderly: What Can I Learn from This?

S.A.F.E.ly Discharging the Elderly What I Can Learn from This

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Evelyn Wong: Rethinking the Approach to the Airway

Rethinking the Approach to the Airway

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David McCoubrie: Recreational Drugs – Old, New, and Emerging. What you Need to know before Your Next Shift

Recreation Drugs Old, New and Emerging What You Need to Know Before Your Next Shift

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Loke Weng Keong: Recent Advances in Nerve Agent Poisoning Management What You May Be Using in a Few Years Time

Recent Advances in Nerve Agent Poisoning Management What You May Be Using in a Few Years Time

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Phillip Lau: Perfusion Indicators for the Trauma Patient: Which One Should I Use?

Perfusion Indicators for the Trauma Patient Which One Should I Use

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Noreen Chan: Palliative Care in the ED – Paradox or Paradigm?

Palliative Care in the ED Paradox or Paradigm Shift

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Alper Cevik: Keeping Abreast and Staying Sane – How to Filter through the Information Overload

Keeping Abreast and Staying Sane – How to Filter Through the Information Overload

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Gerald Chua: Improving Patient-Ventilator Synchrony – Pearls from the Expert

Improving Patient-Ventilator Synchrony – Pearls from the Expert

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Jimmy Goh: Hypotensive Resuscitation – What Should I Aim For?

Hypotensive Resuscitation – What Should I Aim For

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Foo Chik Loon: Geriatric Service in the A&E – Tips to Getting It Started

Geriatric Service in the A&E – Tips to Getting it Started

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