Management of common inflight emergencies from Safe travels everyone! #MedEd #FOAMED
Syncope or near-syncope is the most common reason physicians are called to attend to in-flight medical emergencies. Learn more:
Is there a doctor on the plane?! Have you responded to an in-flight medical emergency? Article in reviews in-flight emergencies. Most commonly involve near-syncope, GI, respiratory, and cardiovascular symptoms. Helpful checklists included.
16/ A review by Martin-Gill et al. in JAMA 2018 () includes short summaries of different medical emergencies and how you might respond as a clinician.
New JAMA review article on In-Flight Medical Emergencies which are estimated to occur in approximately 1 per 604 flights via ⁦⁩ ✈️✈️
“Is There a Doctor on the Plane? Good review for summer doctors travelling✈️ In-Flight Medical Emergencies A Review. #summer #emergencies
Flying for the first time with an MD behind my name (!), so thought I should read up on common in-flight emergencies. Found this useful article: Review of In-Flight Medical Emergencies
In-Flight Medical Emergencies: A Review. | Cardiology | JAMA | JAMA Network
Old but gold... Brilliant #FOAMed paper. #emergencymedicine #FOAMus #meded RT : Management of common inflight emergencies from Safe travels everyone! #MedEd #FOAMED
If you are a medical professional and wondered what to expect / do when you hear: "Is there a doctor on the plane?", you may want to read this Review of In-Flight Medical Emergencies I pan to share with all at #CleClinicRespiratory
👀 Review of In-Flight Medical Emergencies
Just in time for the holidays - Review of In-Flight Medical Emergencies
And if you are a clinician and flying-load up the pdf in the supplement for this article on your smartphone or tablet-Its a #checklist for what to do when responding to #medical #emergencies
Let’s share our #travel #flight #Medical stories & tips: #NYC to #HongKong- MI going on & had to place IV & give #meds. Another MD came to help only to find out he was a retired pulmonologist who does #sleep studies. #MedEd #intern #goodsamaritan
Nice paper by JAMA. Important to remember 2 things as a medical provider/Samaritan: - You are not alone - You don’t have the ultimate say on diversions... Review of In-Flight Medical Emergencies
In-Flight Medical Emergencies: A Review | Cardiology | JAMA | JAMA Network
Review of In-Flight Medical Emergencies
Review of In-Flight Medical Emergencies