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srinivas murthy Aug 23
Non-COVID article. I helped our ex-fellow Gavin (not on twitter) write this wonderful piece on how ICU and climate change intersect, and opportunities for change. COVID is a warmup exercise for the collaborative work required.
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PCICS Sep 4
Don't miss this fantastic webinar Tuesday 9/8 4pm EST on Psychological Distress During the COVID-19 Pandemic. Free to all. Please encourage all of your healthcare colleagues to join. for registration
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Karen Choong Sep 7
Functional outcomes and quality-of-life are what matters most to children and families during recovery from critical illness. Read what they have to say.
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Ken Tegtmeyer, MD, FCCM, FAAP Aug 31
Really proud of the work by our undergrad Blaise Soberano, published now in JHM, looking at communication and awareness of watcher patients in the between disciplines. Along with
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David Inwald Aug 15
Hoping to use this data in upcoming trial of MAP thresholds in with as CTU .... watch this space
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Thomas Langer Sep 9
Fluid therapy in mechanically ventilated critically ill children. In this population, fluid creep is quantitatively the most relevant fluid in the ! Let's keep this in mind and try to reduce this inadvertent water and electrolyte burden!
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Jarrod Cross Aug 31
If everyone could be as happy as a 6 year old on a slide, then everything would be a lot better
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Jackie Ong Sep 3
Such a useful thread for all of us coping with online presentations in this current age!
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Anna-Theresa Lobos Aug 13
Just in case you need to reuse them: Decontaminating N95 and SN95 masks with ultraviolet germicidal irradiation does not impair mask efficacy and safety ⁦ 😷🙌
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WFPICCS Sep 10
The first Virtual Congress will be more than just Netflix for doctors, it will be an opportunity to interact with colleagues all around the world. Put yourself in the center of interaction and join us online this December, 1-4.
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Karen Choong Aug 27
⁩ staff have fun making “colourful” patient goals on the Glass Door
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PedsICUJournalClub Aug 12
This is great! I’d love to do this for a future JC. I’m sure we could get the author, , to contribute!
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Alex Rotta Sep 5
I could tell you that Pediatric Cardiac Critical Care is the coolest specialty in medicine, but after 25 years still marveling at the beauty of the fully instrumented child, I don’t have to. Continuous CO, SvO2, PA, LA, CVP, HeartMate3 LVAD, and friends.
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Sarah E Seaton 🏳️‍🌈 Sep 10
In a woman related irony, many of us are asking if we are OK to complete this form whilst most men would do it without question. Women - this is part of the reason we need a list - we must stop being apologetic! women of all disciplines & experience - fill it out!
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Adrian Zurca Sep 10
Intensivists when they hear the term “tiring out” as justification for HFNC (and PICU admission) for the infant with bronchiolitis satting 97% on room air with a RR 30 and HR of 120 (oh and they just let them eat)
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Paediatric Critical Care Society Sep 4
Check out our brand new website Fantastic research & education resources, guidelines, news, membership portal & much more Plus link to download free app for both Android and iOS
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Nicklaus Children’s PICU Aug 24
The much awaited PCCM Self assessmemt & Board Review is here!! 🔷Comprehensive review of Pediatric Critical Care Medicine🔷Excellent board pass rate🔷Over 200 MCQs🔷Fully online with on-demand 🎥lectures. Registration now open!!
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Richard Webb Sep 6
Whilst reviewing some papers, came across these pictures. The first from 1996, the second in 2015. Incredible how has changed over this time!
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Roberta E V Castro🇧🇷🧠 Aug 16
Can’t wait to read! Congratulations, my dear friend 🥳👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻
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Samer Abu Sultaneh, MD Sep 21
Fluid is a drug. Association of fluid overload and outcomes from
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