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Philippe Rola
Internist-Intensivist, mad sonographer, EMCrit Teammate, Proud daddy and husband, and sometimes jiujitero. GO !!!
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Philippe Rola 2m
Hopefully 's data on use in sepsis pts may show, but this would require a huge RCT in first-line management by clinicians w int-high level POCUS abilities. Hopefully one day. But enough data to support not drowning, so good enough to simply watch ARDS disappear.
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Philippe Rola 29m
Mostly yes. By avoiding well-intentioned but overzealous fluid resuscitation. we hardly ever see ARDS anymore, despite increasingly sick and busy ICU, by POCUS guiding (limiting) fluid resus.
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Philippe Rola 1h
Agree w all above, but mostly useful in avoiding ARDS in the first place.
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Ryan Radecki, MD MS 23h
Did you know and I recorded the August podcast LIVE at Grand Rounds? Also available for weddings and bar/bat mitzvahs.
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Philippe Rola 13h
agree with both of you, these case reports are useful to substantiate the association. More to come on this.
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Philippe Rola 14h
The evidence for eCPR may not be crystal clear or overwhelming across the board. But which one of us without it would have pulled this off:
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Philippe Rola 15h
My point exactly.
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Philippe Rola 15h
Yes, and rightly so. EABV is meaningless. You can be severely congested with a near normal EABV. What you need to know is the optimal BV for this particular patient. No urine indices for that. ;)
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Philippe Rola 15h
for more...
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Philippe Rola 15h
obviates the need for those tests, takes 15 sec.
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Philippe Rola 15h
PV PI takes 15 sec. ;)
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Louie Sanoudakis Aug 15
Sponsor me. Not a whole lot of upside for you, except help a cool guy do cool stuff. Thanks.
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Replying to @mackendc
Here is that lecture!
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Low urine sodium also occurs in congestive AKI - low renal perfusion pressure. PV PI a much better marker of splanchnic congestion.
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Philippe Rola Aug 22
Yup Sharad Patel presented this at
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Philippe Rola Aug 22
This was hypotension in a patient with significant IVC obstruction from a hepatic cell ca invading IVC
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