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Ben Bowthorpe-Weller May 19
Saw noradrenaline given as a neat infusion this week with no dilution... is this commonly done/has anyone seen this before at all?
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Fluid Academy May 23
Our review paper on fluid stewardship is on number #1 compared to similar outputs from with score of 34 in 1 day: or the power of
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Salim R. Rezaie May 22
Peripheral Pressors: The Myth & the Evidence via BOTTOM LINE for me: 1. Use Proximal 16 - 18G IV 2. Have an Extravasation Plan: Phentolamine 0.1 to 0.2 mg/kg (up to a max of 10 mg) inject through catheter & subq around site
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Ken Dodd, MD May 18
Have you made the switch from NS to lactated ringers? Here’s a LR-medication compatibility chart from our awesome ICU pharmacists
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Bruno Tomazini May 23
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Jonny Wilkinson May 17
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Fluid Academy May 23
Please share and retweet: Online today shifting paper on fluid stewardship - it is time to consider the 4 questions, the 4 D's, the 4 phases, the 4 indications... of fluid therapy
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Jason Buick May 17
First pass success higher with bougie (98%) than with stylet (87%). Bougie also more effective in pts with "difficult airways". Great adjunct for where most of our intubations are difficult!
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CodeHealth 11h
A 23 year old is brought in unconscious. Shortly after arriving into the Emergency Department, he becomes very combative. What is the mostly likely substance ingested by this man? Answer:
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Salim R. Rezaie May 22
10 Dubious Beliefs in Neurocritical Care via My Personal Fav Debunked Myths on this Post: 1. 3% Saline MUST be Infused into a Central Vein 2. GCS 8 = Intubate 3. Systemic Thrombolysis is Essential Therapy for Ischemic Stroke
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Michael Policastro May 20
Best ER quote of the day ! Why I love my job .. one of my favorite nurses .. here to school you .
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Jonny Wilkinson 10h
Didn’t get to go to 2018? takes us through the meeting from his perspective. Talks, videos, downloads and more. Take a look
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Abdalmohsen Ababtain May 19
Phenylephrine is underutilized in Saudi EM departments. Use it with the right patients specially for peri-intubation period.
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velia marta antonini May 19
Mechanical complications on VV clotting MO (worsening gas exchange/coagulation disorders) or pump most frequent; monitoring MO function/dP + coagulation/hemolysis allow for early identification decreasing need for emergency circuit exchange
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Tim Montrief May 22
How do anti-phospholipid antibodies work? 1. Cellular activation. 2. Inhibition of anticoagulants. 3. Inhibition of fibrinolysis, and 4. Complement activation, all leading to an extremely pro-thrombotic state.
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Chip with TOTAL EM May 15
Fritz Fuller returns to discuss for using a stepwise approach with his mad skills
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Jon-Emile Kenny May 22
Portal vein pulsatility is a neat way to non-invasively assess right atrial pressure in the prone position - what are some caveats? concerns? work on the physiology with a friend - try MODULE 9 - now live [] please share.
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Tim Montrief May 22
Short primer on Catastrophic Antiphospholipid Syndrome (CAPS) following my blog post for . Let's hit the highlights.
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Eduard Argudo May 23
Prague experience and logistics for retrieval and transport team
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Tim Montrief May 22
How do you treat CAPS in the ED? 1. Treat the precipitating factor. 2. Good supportive care/resuscitation. 3. Treat the acute manifestations at two points: the thrombotic events, and the systemic inflammation.
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