Jun 25, 2021
Jun 19, 2021
Ok, here's the thing.. there really is no anion gap. We pretend there is because the things we routinely measure leave something to be desired on the anion side. Sam put out a killer blog and this is a follow-up conversation. Enjoy!
Jun 12, 2021
Traditionally transcutaneous pacing involves a paramedic placing pads anterior/posterior (preferred), and turning up the milliamps until electrical capture is obtained. Electrical capture is obtained when a pacing spike is followed by a wide complex. The clinician will then try to palpate a pulse to confirm mechanical...
Jun 5, 2021