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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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the EMCrit Crew 16h
The 3-hr bundle in sepsis and time-based surrogate measures by
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the EMCrit Crew May 22
Extubating the patient with no cuff leak -by
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Josh Farkas May 21
Replying to @MarkYoffe @simin_nikou
agree. these folks tend to develop illeus so adding a low dose ketamine drip to opioids can help too
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Josh Farkas May 21
my pancreatitis talk in a tweet: -keep calm & resus like a sepsis patient -follow basic critical care principles -ignore dogma
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the EMCrit Crew May 14
EMCrit Podcast 199 - Management of Massive Hemoptysis with :
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Josh Farkas May 15
Replying to @medevidenceblog
risk of hemothorax is lower than risks associated w intubation. so given choice of thora vs intubation, thora is reasonable.
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Anand Swaminathan May 14
LITFL Review 282 | The BEST of the week Ripper Hutchinson on RESCU-ICP
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Anand Swaminathan May 9
Resuscitation of status epilepticus | Streamlined approach focused on stopping sz activity fast
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Josh Farkas May 9
yep, in reality 2-5 should be happening nearly simultaneously. this is where a high-functioning team comes into play.
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Josh Farkas May 8
Replying to @DitchDoc14 @emcrit
not much data, no. for hypotension would consider combination ketamine plus midazolam. these drugs should synergize to break sz
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Josh Farkas May 8
agree, would be really nice if we had this as an option
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Josh Farkas May 8
Replying to @DitchDoc14 @emcrit
agree, but no data to support it. I think the future of status epilepticus will involve earlier ketamine, possibly to avoid intubation
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Josh Farkas May 8
thiopental sounds like a great choice here, I might use it but not availible in the US (I'm a bit jealous actually)
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the EMCrit Crew May 8
Resuscitationist's guide to status epilepticus -by
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Anand Swaminathan May 2
Brilliant piece on tools to improve performance under stress | Must read for EM + Resuscitationists
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Josh Farkas May 2
Replying to @emcrit @EMManchester
yep, i find it useful occasionally: AF w RVR, mild vasodilation without central line
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the EMCrit Crew May 1
Podcast 198 - Insulin Pumps and Such with
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Pharmacy Joe 🇺🇸 May 1
I discuss the risk of anesthetic awareness when giving rocuronium *before* ketamine in RSI
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Josh Farkas May 1
post-publication peer review of my thoughts about rocketamine has proven once again to be blazingly fast and deeply insightful
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Josh Farkas Apr 30
possible compromise re: issue of which order to give them:
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