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PedsICUJournalClub 18h
Q2 (finally) Do you think, based on your own clinical experiences, that there will be a significant difference between groups receiving 30 vs 20 mL/kg whole blood? Why? What do you think about inclusion and exclusion criteria? Please use and A2 in your answer!
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Alyaa Al Ali 6h
| It’s always the Question , Acetaminophine versus Ibuprofen *Interesting !
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Anna Rodenbough, MD, MPH Aug 17
Replying to @mymomthesurgeon
Hard no.
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Alyaa Al Ali 6h
|Remember ;✨ HFNC does not physiologically provide as much support as NPPV. As sicker patients needing more support would go right to NPPV, one can assume that this group was “sicker” and had a higher risk of intubation at a baseline than those placed on HFNC first.*
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Alyaa Al Ali 7h
| Diuretics and fluid overload are always a controversial and linked to mortality and survival ! But “ not early on the first 24hr “ It ; 1- increase risk of AKI 2- electrolyte disturbance with metabolic alkalosis Don’t use it in first 24 hour unless indicated !
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PedsICUJournalClub 3h
Hi, all. Thanks to the participants! To carry momentum & grow international community, please reply below and tell us a little about yourself I don’t normally do this, b/c I like relationships to grow organically, but this is a great opportunity to meet some new folks
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Alyaa Al Ali 7h
| Early diuretic use was associated with about a 40% higher relative risk (and 11% higher absolute risk) of AKI!
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Martin Kneyber, MD PhD FCCM 14h
Replying to @DWerho
There is a specific recommendation in univentricular patients. Includes clinical judgement. But, wat is the right DO2? What SvO2 is associated with bad outcome? What drives clinical judgement? Lots of questions, especially for a vent guy like me
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ESPNIC 11h
After summer break we want to thank our 2500 followers! more and more in community!
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PedsICUJournalClub 8h
Please bear with me as I try to compile the breadth and depth of the interactions today It's not perfect, but just from this account we had 25,881 impressions so far today! The larger picture is almost impossible to calculate, but I think that is pretty great
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PECC Africa 5h
Do you measure gastric residuals to guide feeding in ? Why/Why not?
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Alasdair Munro 17h
Great case relevant for Paeds. Headline: If you test bloody diarrhoea and find E. coli 0157 (which is why we test bloody diarrhoea!) DO NOT TREAT IT Antibiotics ⬆️ risk of HUS. Treatment is all supportive.
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Sebastián González-Dambrauskas, MD.👨‍⚕️🏥🌎 17h
Great tip for cuff pressure control 👇🏻
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PedsICUJournalClub 18h
This is an incredibly complex issue, and I applaud the members of the team for their well thought out and careful study to rigorously evaluate best practices
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Dann Gooding RNChild Aug 18
As I come to the end of my newly qualified nurse year, I’ve been doing some self-directed learning. This week, I looked at a very basic overview of Capnography. I thought maybe it might be useful to share, but if anything is wrong, please do correct & teach me!
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PICU Journal Watch #PedsICU 15h
thats a very good learning point
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Hari Krishnan 11h
. is leaving and 🇬🇧 for ➡️🇲🇾 to work with and team. we wish him all the best from 👍🖐
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PedsICUJournalClub 8h
Q8. Final thoughts. Thank you all for participating! What did you think of the new format? How can we improve in the future? Please feel free to respond or to DM me if you have suggestions Please use and A8 in the comments
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AdvocatePICUFellows Aug 19
Replying to @ACHPRPICU
I had a genuinely great time meeting our candidates today! One thing they all were passionate about was advocacy - gun violence, immigration issues, and SDoH. One said that: “you are the first program that has been so open about these issues”
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Erin 16h
Pediatric severe is common and costly! Recently published online in Thanks to co-authors , and !
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