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velia marta antonini 2h
unquestionably saving lives but sometimes bridge to nowhere raising ethical questions/legal constraints about traditional definitions of life/death, medical futility and right to withdraw ECLS to preserve dignity pts deserve at end of life
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Salim R. Rezaie, MD Jan 20
Undifferentiated Shock via Common complaint and important workup...
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Manual Of Medicine 27m
Flow Diagram for Resuscitation in Sepsis-induced Hypoperfusion .
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Dorothy Wade Jan 21
Humanizing the ICU experience with enhanced communication via
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ICU Management Jan 15
A new ICU equipment diagram…but is it Art? - A wonderful blog post by who partnered with to create the department's visual identity and achieve a more user-friendly ICU experience via
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Tim Montrief Jan 21
RT: The modified Rankin scale is refreshing! As I have said before, there’s an obsession, understandably, with mortality. But functional status and disability is so important!
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Scott K Aberegg MD MPH Jan 17
One of the Critical Care PAs APCs wants a PCCM podcast to watch - what shall I tell her?
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Leon Chen Jan 15
Join for 2019 Critical Care Medicine Symposium 3/26-3/27 and listen to experts like and more.
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Tim Montrief Jan 15
RT: 2018 is over..it was a busy year! Hare are the Top lists of , heaps of live clips, downloads, infographics and so much more to keep you all up to date in Critical Care! Happy New Year! …
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Ally M. Hynes Jan 15
Hypovolemia MAP65 isn’t just MAP65,depends on perfusion/occult hypotension.Young pt w/all catecholamine receptors may need catechol blunt 2reduce afterload &help perfuse.Often there’s fear of worsening hypotension. No hard data 2012 Dr. Dutton has good article
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Medicina Crítica Mex Jan 17
First do not harm. Understanding spontaneous vs. ventilator breaths: impact and monitoring.
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Faraz Jaffer Jan 18
Have a patient with acute sickle cell crisis and PE. Time to review some literature! For all topics in hematology and oncology, my hands down go to when managing these patients in the ICU for a review. .
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velia marta antonini 3h
& articles in the top cited 2018 papers all open access
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Tim Montrief Jan 17
Q: Care should be taken while converting intravenous (IV) fluconazole to oral (PO) form as it's bio-availability is extremely variable? A) True B) False
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Lister Hill Center 4h
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Nicholas Zimick, MD, MS Jan 14
Happy 1 year on twitter !
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Alex Koyfman Jan 16
Review med list when dissecting etiology of lactic acidosis.
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Chris Byrne Jan 13
Replying to @chrisbyrne88
Any ED physicians out there who will discharge a small, stable traumatic subarachnoid or subdural hemorrhage in an otherwise well patient without a neurosurgery opinion?
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Vivek Moitra, MD Jan 21
You can create psychological safety during a code or crisis. Here are some examples of what to say.
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Ally M. Hynes Jan 19
Dogma:Granny delirious ✅Urine. Absence lower UTI &systemic symptoms evidence lacks link between bacteria &delirium. SHEA &CDC guidelines don’t include delirium as reason to treat. AMS gets admitted so reasonable 2watch &avoid harm of antibiotics &avoid anchoring
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