background Today the Van de Bergh group in Belgium released a RCT investigating tight versus liberal glycemic control in the ICU. Before diving into this study, let’s take a walk down memory lane. Major interest in tight glycemic control in the ICU began in 2001 with an RCT by the same group of investigators, also […]
Do you still cringe when a dizzy patient appears on your board? If so, we need to fix that and Peter Johns is here to help!
All the amazing RACC literature for September 2023
Another amazing lecture from Cliff Reid
The explosion follow-up on the AMAX4 protocol for crashing anaphylaxis and asthma with Ben McKenzie [@amax4]
In many countries, pulmonary and critical care are commonly bundled together. Consequently, a single person will often be responsible for both inpatient ICU management as well as inpatient pulmonary consultation. Honestly, I have some doubts about whether this is an ideal system. As both pulmonology and critical care medicine become increasingly complex, it’s becoming impossible […]
A NeuroEMCrit Shadowboxing Case
A deeper dive on accidental hypothermia in anticipation of my much awaited winter
all the lit goodness…
AMAX4 for crashing anaphylaxis and asthma
Lower dose peripheral infusion for sick pulmonary embolism patients
So we used a mean guy on twitter to spur a discussion on Oxygenation Physiology and talk about when PaO2s are necessary and you can’t use the pulse ox (hint: not often). My discussant is Alex Yartsev.
Massive Hemorrhage Protocol–The Trauma Anesthesiologist Perspective…
Today I am joined by Mathieu Brunet, MD; a EM Doc and Trauma Team Leader. He recently wrote me with a case of Transcutaneous Pacing in which he thought he had mechanical capture due to a perfect matched pulse ox waveform. Well it turned out that was erroneous. Why??? Listen to this episode…
So much lit goodness!!!