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Nick Mark MD
For non-intensivists who are preparing to cover the ICU, here's a on how to troubleshooting the high pressure alarm on the ventilator.
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S.L. WEAR A MASK Beach Mar 22
Replying to @nickmmark
Only the third time THIS WEEK I’ve added a screenshot from your twitter to my Evernote. Thanks! for the win.
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Nick Mark MD Mar 22
Replying to @SLBeachMD @evernote
That’s awesome! I’m a huge fan too. If you like this stuff check out - I’ve been trying to add COVID updates and non-COVID/COVID-adjacent each day. Lmk what you want more of.
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Kelly Aizicowitz Mar 25
Replying to @nickmmark @Figure1
Hi Nick, I'm the GM at . Thanks for sharing this info. I know you're v busy, but wanted to ask if you'd be willing to share it with our community and others? We would post it on our app and here:
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Nick Mark MD Mar 25
Hi Kelly. Sure! Happy to share it out
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Julianne Dean, DO Mar 23
Replying to @nickmmark
Nick, have any of your colleagues not Cc/pulmonary trained asked for resources to brush up their skills in vent management (this is awesome) and ARDS? If so, what has your group directed them to? Thank you!
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Andrew Bauerschmidt Mar 23
Replying to @DoorMusings @nickmmark
SCCM has a resource for this
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Samuel Brown Mar 23
sounds like secretions are causing tube obstructions so the resistance problem is a big one.
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Matthew Martin Mar 23
Why make it complicated? Just click the "silence alarm" button and wait for the nurse and RT to bail you out.
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Julianne Dean, DO Mar 22
Replying to @nickmmark
Thank you so much Nick. I imagine how busy you all are..stay safe and healthy. We appreciate you so much!
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Flora Puskas Mar 23
Replying to @nickmmark
Thank you for these, highly appreciated
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