Get Your Procedure Game Plan On

Perikles Kakousis, weightlifting Olympic champion. St. Louis Olympic Games, 1904. Wikicommons.

Procedures form a structural competency in our medical practices. There’s a satisfaction that goes with a well-executed procedure be it placing a chest tube or realigning an ankle dislocation. There are some bread and butter procedures we do weekly such as intubations to those that call for our expertise rarely such as a cricothyroidotomy. So how do you get your game plan on with the rarely performed procedures? Take a listen to the EM:RAP March podcast or read the pdf called Procedural Competency by Mel Herbert MD and Jestin Carlson MD for quick suggestions on how to stay on top of rarely performed procedures. You’ll be a procedural champ and win the game.

Who Knew? The most widely accepted inception date for the Ancient Olympics is 776 BC; this is based on inscriptions, found at Olympia, listing the winners of a footrace held every four years starting in 776 BC. Tradition has it that Coroebus, a cook from the city of Elis, was the first Olympic champion. (Wikipedia)

 

 

 

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