Problems for clinical judgement: 3. Thinking clearly in an emergency.

@article{Schull2001ProblemsFC,
  title={Problems for clinical judgement: 3. Thinking clearly in an emergency.},
  author={Michael J Schull and Lorraine E Ferris and Jack Ven Tu and Janet E. Hux and Donald A Redelmeier},
  journal={CMAJ : Canadian Medical Association journal = journal de l'Association medicale canadienne},
  year={2001},
  volume={164 8},
  pages={
          1170-5
        }
}
The resuscitation of a patient in extremis is frequently characterized by chaos and disorganization, and is one of the most stressful situations in medicine. We reviewed selected studies from the fields of anesthesia, emergency medicine and critical care that address the process of responding to a critically ill patient. Individual clinicians can improve their performance by increased exposure to emergencies during training and by the incorporation of teamwork, communication and crisis resource… CONTINUE READING
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