You are going home after a long day of work. The usual routine, just another late hospital shift. Traffic is horrible once again. All of a sudden, a car explodes and chaos begins. Someone’s life or death hangs in the balance, and every second and every moment is crucial. A single tiny mistake here could be fatal.
Sometimes the worst case scenarios happen when there are no good medical services around, when actions that take place in just a few seconds can differentiate a good doctor from a hero.
In the 9th AIMS Meeting, we focused on the combined reality of Emergency Medicine and Trauma, where emotions are boiling and lives are on the line. Would you know how to behave in such scenario? Feeling Under Pressure? Stick around then.