Tue, 1 April 2014
In this episode, I spoke with Tehnaz Boyle, M.D. Ph.D., a Senior Fellow in Emergency Medicine at Children's Hospital Boston about the mental skills of running a "code," which is doctorspeak for when a patient is in a life-threatening situation. Codes are mixed in with much less acute cases, so the Code Team must get organized quickly when one is called, and operate at maximum efficiency in order to give the patient the best chance for survival.
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