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Andrea Pate 18h
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Happy Birthday Egbon mi@UltraNMB May you never fall short of Gods grace IJN...i bid you many more years in wealth..
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Rachael Mather Jul 14
Third night in a row
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CVCSCCM Jul 17
Replying to @carriegpharmd
So Carrie, how often to you see being used in treating ARDS patients?
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Andrea Pate 18h
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Dinero_Gwoupp Jul 15
I’m Florida Boy 🌅🏖We Gone Run Them Bands Up Quick 💪🏾🤑 & Got Other One 🔥📈
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NO MO' BUMMY ENT. Jul 17
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CVCSCCM Jul 17
T1M: Prespecified analyses was performed according to ARDS severity (P/F ratio<120 or >120) ARDS duration (< or > median time to from meeting inclusion to randomization), effect of excluding patients who previously received .
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Carrie Griffiths Jul 17
Replying to @CVCSCCM
To me it seems since the trial was stopped early that maybe we should reconsider using in these patients if no benefit is seen.
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Desiree Kosmisky Jul 17
Replying to @CVCSCCM
I haven't observed a large incidence due to , but wonder how much tied to deep sedation administered concurrently.
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Kwanele Mketeni Jul 13
Finally, blue skies at the in Port Elizabeth. Hope it'll stay the same so I could go to the beach alone tomorrow. 💙🤳
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Thamsanqa Mayekiso Jul 17
There's a lot of anger issues in the council.
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Carrie Griffiths Jul 17
Replying to @CVCSCCM
In the cases I’ve used , it’s usually longer than 48h
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Carrie Griffiths Jul 17
Replying to @CVCSCCM
Most of the time this is the last thing considered. Maybe we need to consider it earlier in some patients not responding to other treatment modalities such as .
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Desiree Kosmisky Jul 17
Replying to @CVCSCCM
As with many things, less is more. Continuous paralytics likely have a place in refractory cases, but should optimize sedation and consider proning first. Also consider prn before committing to a drip if able.
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Carrie Griffiths Jul 17
Replying to @CVCSCCM
I think we may reconsider when to use and wait to start it in these patient OR prone first, then paralyze.
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Desiree Kosmisky Jul 17
Replying to @ansakhuja @CVCSCCM
Agreed that it was unexpected. Since incidence fairly low and some higher rates in arm, wonder if a larger sample would have demonstrated difference.
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CVCSCCM Jul 17
Early use of paralysis (NMB) in moderate to severe , can it improve outcomes? Join us in the chat in 2 hours to discuss more
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Carrie Griffiths Jul 17
I‘ve used ketamine as adjunct sedation when the patient isn’t tolerating current therapy or we can’t get them sedation enough to use .
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