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velia marta antonini 23m
Need for reduce tidal vol in order to reduce Plateau P if Vt largely reduced potential for derecruitment: increase PEEP to counteract this effect; at the end we reduce driving P (Pplat-PEEP) thanks to (higher driving P higher mortality) Schmidt M webinar
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velia marta antonini 5m
How ventilate pt on extracorporeal support? here some suggestions; area for future research? proning on ; individual titration of MV on , bedside electrical impedance tomography to evaluate overdistension/collapse distribution Schmidt M webinar
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velia marta antonini 15m
On veno-venous support we are able to reduce driving P preventing barotrauma reduce respiratory rate decreasing ergotrauma, reduce FiO2 preventing O2 toxicity; extracorporeal support depends on blood flow choose drainage channula wisely Schmidt M webinar
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velia marta antonini 38m
Ongoing webinar w M Schmidt; MV on fascinating topic moving a lot but many research still to do; the smaller the baby lung (=the sicker the pt) the greater potential for unsafe MV settings; treat baby lung gently! VV ECMO allow lung to rest/lung healing
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Fluid Academy Nov 14
Due to massive response we have extended the number of FREE registrations for this Livestream Webinar on Fluid Management to 500, as we dont leave anyone out. Hurry to secure your ticket for NOVEMBER 23 starting at 8:55 CET
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Critical Care 24h
Treatment of central line-associated bloodstream infections
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macwalter Nov 19
From Early AKI in sepsis easy to miss due to: - Sepsis may decrease crt production - Admin of large amounts of fluid (increased volume of distribution) - Precise hourly urine output often not available ,
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Siva Kumar Aytha Nov 14
You'll act only if you anticipate! Anticipation of the patient's status in *next minutes* based on what we see *now* is the key in critical care!
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David Lyness Nov 17
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Tim Spencer 10h
Catheter to Vein ratio is important - venous stasis increases risk through inappropriate device size. Cancer risks almost double rate - measure the vessel size PRIOR to device insertion!
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David Lyness 16h
SYSTEMATIC REVIEWS IN ICU 2003-2018 - insights into evidence quality and recommendations (HD content & discussion here: )
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Manual Of Medicine Nov 15
Abnormal Postures in Comatose Patients .
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Lakshman Swamy Nov 14
[THREAD] Our tips on small bore chest tube placement for pleural effusion! Performed by a resident supervised by fellows . We'd love your input! Not a comprehensive guide. Made with written patient authorization.
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