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VCU Dept of Surgery Feb 27
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Ludwig H Lin Feb 25
This year’s key SCCM Congress sessions will be broadcast online, with debriefing sessions, with me as Co-Host! Check it out.
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EM/CCC Feb 27
: rapid identification testing has potential to help or more rapidly. However, evidence that it improves outcomes not available. May also be very costly to implement.
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Matt Korobey Feb 26
Profound.... definitions should be developed to better treat patients, not collect data. May be the quote of the meeting
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Susan Smith Feb 27
Sevransky: guidelines are flawed, but they still improve outcomes @sccmcppjc
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EM/CCC Feb 27
Replying to @EMCCC2
: cases of to novel already being reported. for patients unclear.
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Ellen Harvey Feb 27
Vagal bioelectric mediation of cytokine theory of disease. Immune-brain communication. Exciting times.
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Selwyn Drain Feb 26
Flavia Machado sharing data on the global threat of @
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Jared Johnson Feb 27
Mind blown! Kevin Tracey and colleagues are at the forefront of bioelectronic medicine which is a game changer! Must watch presentation!
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FxFormularies Feb 27
Christine w/ Ned, Rachel & Christina from !
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SIDP Feb 27
Early detection of sepsis requires “precision”, “process”, and “people”
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Matt Korobey Feb 26
Public education may save lives. Sepsis isn’t a term just health care professionals should know
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Budding Doctor Feb 27
: what’s your thoughts about Hyperchloremia causing increased mortality in Pediatrics patients?
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EM/CCC Feb 27
: for coverage of , are that cause and are that don't work. Do you agree?
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FxFormularies Feb 27
Great to have Christine Collymore with us! Shown here talking w/ Dr. John Mah from Connecticut. Booth 357
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Laura Parnas Feb 27
Standing room only at the session. Lots of interest!
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Melanie N. Smith Feb 26
Finally! A RCT to look at “triple therapy” in septic shock. Can’t wait to see if it’s beneficial or just voodoo.
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Ithan Peltan Feb 27
Great news: reports SEP-2 metric will not include the artificial and low-yield tissue perfusion assessment
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Jared Johnson Feb 27
qSOFA was not validated for sepsis screening but rather for risk stratification of known or suspected sepsis patients who are at higher risk. Many clinicians are mistaking qSOFA as a screen.
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Pramod K Guru Feb 26
The “Big Elephant” in the care of ‘ post cardiac arrest patients’ is : Should we take them to Cath lab or not?? No answer yet!!
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