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Josh Farkas
Intensivist. US & EKG nerd. FOAMite. Skeptic. Caffeine & iphone addict. Leader of the rebel alliance. Writer. Resuscitationist.
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Salim R. Rezaie Feb 20
February 2017 REBEL Cast: All Hyperoxia Edition with
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Anand Swaminathan Feb 19
LITFL Review 270 | The BEST of the week. Ripper on the Golden Rule
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Josh Farkas Feb 18
correlational data-dredging suggests that Billy Joel did, in fact, start the fire
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Josh Farkas Feb 18
fantastic, thanks for the feedback
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Josh Farkas Feb 17
yep, and recent study on icatibant negative as well. rethinking this. stay tuned.
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the EMCrit Crew Feb 15
EMCrit Wee - The Golden Fleece, the Golden Hour, and the Golden Rule by Ashley Liebig
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Thomas D Feb 16
Yes! I always mix a syringe w epinephrine 10mcg/ml to have handy when there's a really crit patient! Lifesaver - literally
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Josh Farkas Feb 15
nothing in medicine is 100%. calcium & atropine should be somewhere after epi. exactly where is unclear
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Anand Swaminathan Feb 14
Great post encouraging us to call disease by name - bradycardic periarrest | epi bolus + drip 1st line
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Michael Katz Feb 13
atropine may cause full-on hemodynamic collapse as parasympathic tone is removed, AVN is “bombarded” and block -worsens-
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Josh Farkas Feb 13
feel free to rant on the blog. always love a good rant.
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Josh Farkas Feb 13
thanks for sharing case. brady 2/2 copd/asthma is an ugly situation, doubt anyone could have managed it better
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Josh Farkas Feb 13
isoproterenol is very effective (possibly more than epi) but often takes while to get from pharm. no experience w bolusing it
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Josh Farkas Feb 13
tough case. often hard to learn from these cases b/c impossible to know outcome if we had managed differently
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Josh Farkas Feb 13
i wish i knew what the ideal epi dose is for these folks, can't find solid evidence on it
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Josh Farkas Feb 13
phenyl wont increase HR (could even reduce it). epi has everything you need- chronotropy, inotropy, some vasoconsteiction
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the EMCrit Crew Feb 13
Epinephrine vs. atropine for bradycardic periarrest -by
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Josh Farkas Feb 13
good question... don't worry there are more coming.
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Josh Farkas Feb 10
looks ok to me, maybe try using a different browser?
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CHEST Feb 9
Twelve medical associations, including CHEST, call for the executive order on immigration to be rescinded.
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