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Pitt EM Residency 44m
CMV infection in the 2nd-6th transplant month linked to increased rejection and increased mortality.
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Alex Huh 49m
Dr. Sobehart : Azathioprine AEs: bone marrow suppression, hepatotoxicity and pancreatitis!
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Immunosuppressants: Cyclosporine associated with nephrotoxicity, hyperkalemia, hyperuricema, HTN, and HLD.
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Dr. Sobehart : surgical complications in kidney xplant: thrombosis, hematoma, stenosis, post bx bleeding.
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Pitt EM Residency 1h
Dr. Sobrhart on "the renal transplant patient in the ED."
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Pitt EM Residency 2h
Dr. Suffoletto is asking the question " can SMS assessments influence high risk behaviors?
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- Dr. Callaway: precedex can suppress the shivering threshold by .8C!
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Pitt EM Residency 2h
Stroke Mimics account for 20% of our cohort at UPMC Presby
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How often is that "stroke" patient, not a stroke?
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Should we paralyze patients to help with shock or ventilator synchrony?
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Dr Weissman is asking "in patients resuscitated from cardiac arrest what factors influence the development of aspiration/ARDS?"
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- Clif Callaway, Research made ridiculously simple: be inspired to do research to change dissatisfaction in practice patterns!!!
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Pitt EM Residency 2h
Do trauma patients get Post Traumatic Stress Disorder? What factors increase PTSD?
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"Research made Ridiculously Simple" with Dr. Clifton Callaway.
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Pitt EM Residency Feb 16
In the ED, first pass success without hypoxia was achieved with apneic oxygenation in an observational study.
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Pitt EM Residency Feb 16
American ICU data also not statistically significant but trends toward benefits of apneic oxygenation in prolonged intubation attempts
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Pitt EM Residency Feb 16
French ICU data showed a 2% absolute SpO2 difference between SOC and apneic oxygenation, not statistically significant.
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Pitt EM Residency Feb 16
Australian prehospital apneic oxygenation showed benefits of less desats in difficult intubation in the field
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Pitt EM Residency Feb 16
We've known we can keep PaO2 levels up with apneic oxygenation, but does it matter clinically? Carson Adams tells us in his senior lecture.
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Pitt EM Residency Feb 16
Grand rounds starts today with Carson Adams MD on apneic oxygenation.
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