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TitleSimWars simulation case book : emergency medicine / edited by Lisa Jacobson, Yasuharu Okuda, Steven Godwin
ImprintCambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2015
Connect tohttps://doi.org/10.1017/CBO9781107111011
Descript 1 online resource (xv, 324 pages) : digital, PDF file(s)

SUMMARY

The SimWars Simulation Case Book: Emergency Medicine enables novice simulation operators to quickly and effectively run simulation cases, which have been established at national SimWars events, for their respective programs and departments. The use of simulation to gain and maintain skills in healthcare has become critical to the delivery of the curricula in medical schools, nursing schools, residency programs, and hospital-based practice. Specialty boards, such as the American Board of Anesthesiology, now require simulation training as part of the Maintenance of Certification. Studies have shown that one of the main barriers to implementing simulation is the lack of trained simulation instructors and instructor time. Developed by leading emergency medicine simulation experts, this definitive collection of 46 cases includes topics intended to supplement UME and GME training, meet ACGME core competency requirements, and challenge the expert emergency physician in critical decision-making, procedural skills, ethical issues, teamwork and communication skills


CONTENT

Why SimWars -- What is SimWars -- SimWars: how to succeed -- SimWars debriefing: the art of the show -- SimWars judging: maximizing the educational value of a popular educational modality -- Troubleshooting technology -- Terminal extubation -- Industrial fire victim: burns and cyanide toxicity -- Pool diving accident -- Difficult airway -- house fire -- 'Is there a doctor on the plane?': Airplane anaphylaxis -- Hyperthermia on a cruise ship -- Hypertensive emergency -- Adrenal insufficiency -- 'Raving' altered mental status -- Two patients with altered mental status and cyanosis -- Severe asthma -- High-altitude pulmonary edema with high-altitude cerebral edema -- SCUBA -- air embolism -- LVAD -- Aortic dissection mimicking as STEMI -- Procedural sedation gone wrong in patient with upper GI hemorrhage -- Transfer gone wrong -- NG tube in the trachea -- Septic shock secondary to pneumonia -- AMS/hemorrhagic fever -- Tetany in a home-body piercer -- Pediatric myocarditis -- Neonatal HSV meningo/encephalitis -- Traumatic brain injury -- Status epilepticus -- Intracranial hemorrhage -- Stroke/health information technology case -- Football injury -- cervical spine fracture with neurogenic shock -- Floppy newborn resuscitation -- Post mortem C-section with seizing neonate at delivery -- Shoulder dystocia with postpartum hemorrhage -- Pediatric status epilepticus -- Neonatal cardiac arrest -- Anaphylaxis/boarding patient -- Zofran and long QTc syndrome -- Pediatric death debrief -- Infant abuse and the angry team member -- Intoxicated father with child neglect -- Body packer -- Multiple altered patients with carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning -- HazMat/decontamination response with complicated communication -- Migraines and beta blocker overdose -- Blast injury -- Multi-victim trauma case -- Traumatic head bleed/trephination -- Trapped in the elevator -- I'm never riding rollercoasters again -- Appendix A: Thinking about the cases with ACGME milestones in mind -- Appendix B. Moulage in minutes -- Appendix C. Case images


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