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Jonathan Talmud 17 Aug 17
Is there any data on antipyretic therapy in ARDS where the pro-inflammatory fever might have the most negative impact?
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Richard J. Hamilton 17 Aug 17
does lactate clearance matter or the lactate level? ie should we get pre resusc, post resusc, or serial lactates?
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Kenn Ghaffarian 17 Aug 17
what is the role of beta blockers and double sequential defibrillator in refractory VF/VT?
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Zack Repanshek 17 Aug 17
takeaways - fever prob helpful - pre-ox upright - analgesia before sedation - avoid hyperoxia - US early in code - maintain MAP
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Kenn Ghaffarian 17 Aug 17
what is your trigger for placing an aline in a code
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Temple EM Residency 17 Aug 17
In PEA code, treat wide QRS as hyperK before reaching for u/s says Haney Mallemat
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Temple EM Residency 17 Aug 17
Prevent hyperoxia after ROSC - observational data suggests a correlation between hyperoxia and harm (& no benefit)
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Alek. 17 Aug 17
Thoughts on Ca++ and milrinone for inotropic support in AHF patients? Should these be on board before adding pressor #2?
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Ernest Leber 17 Aug 17
when can we see Dr Byrne at helium comedy club. Great talk.
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Nicole Munz 17 Aug 17
SIRS more sens, less spec than qSOFA. SIRS better ED screening tool. Be very aggressive with IVF, abx, & ICU if qSOFA+
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Dina Khateeb 17 Aug 17
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Ray Hunsucker 17 Aug 17
PREM (pulseless rhythm echo motion) should be treated like shock, give inotropic doses of epi, not code doses
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Lars Peterson 17 Aug 17
re the Mechanical CPR or ECPR - won't it rely on a culture shift with PCI rather than the ED? Otherwise a bridge to nowhere?
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Yanika Wolfe 17 Aug 17
Hypotensive patients with RV failure might need diuresis or UF
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EinsteinEM Residency 17 Aug 17
Tips for a successful code: be yourself, set expectations, define roles, communicate, ask for help, and plan ahead
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EinsteinEM Residency 17 Aug 17
"Care more,not less,talk more, not less, sit more, not less, lean in not out"-Dr.Trzeciak's advice on avoiding burnout
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Sarab Sodhi 17 Aug 17
The cardiac arrest secret sauce: call for cath eval, fluids, norepi, early embu echo, MAP target of 80, not down to 60.
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Yanika Wolfe 17 Aug 17
What you do for patients in the ED set the trajectory of their care in the ICU
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Angela Kuehn 17 Aug 17
Does the degree of fever effect management? 101 vs 104?
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F Mae West 17 Aug 17
on why YOU should care about the RV. TAPSEs in the ED!
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