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Closing the gap between literature and practice in pediatric intensive care. Featuring guests from around the world and pediatric intensive care specialists Greg Kelly (Westmead Children's Hospital Sydney), Peta Alexander (Boston Children's Hospital) and Mike Clifford (Royal Children's Hospital Melbourne) Pediatrica intensiva won’t tell you the answers, because no one knows what they are, but we can give you a chance to hear respected experts talk about what they actually do with some of the ...
 
The Elective Rotation - the number 1 ranked Hospital Pharmacy podcast - is created for YOU Pharmacy Nation! If you are a Pharmacy Student, Resident, Pharmacist, Nurse, Physician, or Critical Care Practitioner in a hospital, intensive care unit (ICU) or emergency department looking to improve your practice, The Elective Rotation delivers unbiased critical care and hospital pharmacy content from a Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist. Episodes are published every Monday and Thursday at 3 ...
 
iCritical Care: All Audio offers access to all of the Society of Critical Care Medicine's podcasts offering in-depth interviews on adult and pediatric clinical topics as well as updates in the field on various issues. Subscribing to All Audio ensures you receive all podcasts, whether iCritical Care hosts are chatting with authors from the Critical Care Medicine and Pediatric Critical Care Medicine journals, or covering other important topics with well-known speakers, prominent SCCM members o ...
 
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Back from the Brink: Diggs’ Story Damon Beard, Susie Calvert & Steve Mathieu Early Mobilisation- Where Are We Now?- Eve Corner Occupational Hazards: OT in Critical Care- James Bruce Visualising Patient Recovery- Kate Tantam Panel Conversation and Questions Damon Beard, Susie Calvert, Steve Mathieu, Eve Corner, James Bruce, & Kate Tantam…
 
Hi, it’s Patrik Hutzel from INTENSIVECAREHOTLINE.COM where we instantly improve the lives for Families of critically ill Patients in Intensive Care, so that you can make informed decisions, have PEACE OF MIND, real power, real control and so that you can influence decision making fast, even if you’re not a doctor or a nurse in Intensive Care!. Cont…
 
Eduardo da Cruz, MD from Children’s Hospital Colorado discusses the roles of innovation, collaboration, and new technologies in the future of pediatric cardiac critical care both locally and globally. This was recorded at our last international meeting in London as a collaboration between PCICS, PICS-UK (now PCCS), and EPNCIC. Please register for o…
 
A podcast that aims to bridge the gap between literature and practice for pediatric critical care clinicians. Co hosts: Peta Alexander, cardiologist and intensivist from Boston Children’s Hospital; Mike Clifford, intensivist and anaesthetist from Royal Children’s Melbourne and Greg Kelly, intensivist from Westmead Children’s Hospital, Sydney, Austr…
 
Show notes at pharmacyjoe.com/episode543. In this episode, I ll discuss the risk factors for not attaining target beta-lactam levels in ICU patients The post 543: What are the risk factors for not attaining target beta-lactam levels in ICU patients? appeared first on Pharmacy Joe.Von Pharmacy Joe
 
Criticalcarereviews.com Criticalcarenow.com Receive a FREE audiobook (TWO for Amazon Prime members) with your FREE 30-day trial by using my link for Audible: CLICK HERE! You will be reminded when your trial is ending, by the way. 😉 Although great care has been taken to ensure that the information in this podcast are accurate, eddyjoe, LLC shall not…
 
This webinar addresses the speaker's experiences of ECMO during COVID-19 and consists of presentations and a panel discussion with questions from the audience. Moderator: Charlotte Johnston Final Year Medical Student Cardiothoracic ICU/ECMO Nurse Speakers: Jo-anne Fowles Nurse Consultant Critical Care & ECMO Royal Papworth NHS Foundation Trust Pres…
 
Show notes at pharmacyjoe.com/episode541. In this episode, I ll discuss 3 reasons to consider holding lithium in critically ill patients. The post 541: 3 reasons to consider holding lithium in critically ill patients appeared first on Pharmacy Joe.Von Pharmacy Joe
 
This is meant to encourage you to pursue a career in the many branches of Critical Care Medicine, whether you're a physician, NP, PA, or nurse. I love my job/career and I love my team. I would love it if you had the same career satisfaction as well. These are my opinions and I could be wrong. Show Notes: https://eddyjoemd.com/yes-critical-care/ Rec…
 
This paper by Dr. Stoller out of the Cleveland Clinic published in CHEST several days ago caught my eye. It describes how developing and practicing medicine with emotional intelligence helps us in healthcare with "enhanced patient satisfaction, lower burnout, lower litigation risk, and enhanced leadership success". Let's take a deeper dive on this.…
 
The word “debrief” is throughout our language in healthcare settings, yet it is considered controversial and potentially unsafe if in the wrong hand. However we know in the providing the critical care that our ICU workforce needs, the chance to make sense of experience and share stories is important. This webinar explores the different methodologie…
 
This is not meant to deter you from going into the many branches of Critical Care Medicine, whether you're a physician, NP, PA, or nurse. I love my job/career and I love my team. Rather to inform you of the challenges that you will have to deal with so that you're not blindsided. Show Notes: https://eddyjoemd.com/not-critical-care/ Receive a FREE a…
 
This is not meant to deter you from going into the many branches of Critical Care Medicine, whether you're a physician, NP, PA, or nurse. I love my job/career and I love my team. Rather to inform you of the challenges that you will have to deal with so that you're not blindsided. Show Notes: https://eddyjoemd.com/not-critical-care/ Receive a FREE a…
 
Alternative strategies are needed to combat and prevent antibiotic-resistant bacterial infections. Host Ashish K. Khanna, MD, FCCP, FCCM, talks with David R. Cameron, PhD, about the potential for bacteriophage prophylaxis in the context of experimental ventilator-associated pneumonia due to methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus in rats.…
 
After experiencing the most intense period of work, our critical care nurse workforce need us to consider their needs carefully right now. In this webinar we explore individual, team and systems factors at play, and discuss how to sustain and protect our nursing workforce for the future. Presentation: Dr Julie Highfield, Consultant Clinical Psychol…
 
Corticosteroid Response and Gene Expression in Septic Shock (CRESS) Trial- David Antcliffe Spironolactone for Survivors of Critical Illness (SSCILL)- Mansoor Bangash Small Volume Resuscitation and Supplementation with Hyperoncotic Albumin in Septic Shock (SWIPE-2)- Jonathan Bannard-Smith The Use of Mucoactive Drugs for Critically Ill Patients with …
 
This is not meant to deter you from going into the many branches of Critical Care Medicine, whether you're a physician, NP, PA, or nurse. I love my job/career and I love my team. Rather to inform you of the challenges that you will have to deal with so that you're not blindsided. Show Notes: https://eddyjoemd.com/not-critical-care/ Receive a FREE a…
 
Hi, it’s Patrik Hutzel from INTENSIVECAREHOTLINE.COM where we instantly improve the lives for Families of critically ill Patients in Intensive Care, so that you can make informed decisions, have PEACE OF MIND, real power, real control and so that you can influence decision making fast, even if you’re not a doctor or a nurse in Intensive Care! This.…
 
Sandra Staveski, PhD, RN, CPNP-AC from UC San Francisco College of Nursing and former PCICS President discusses her work and the work of other nurse scientists in pediatric cardiac critical care as well as the future of nurse-led research and collaboration in our field. Host/Editor: Monica Mafla, RN, MS, CPNP (Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital - S…
 
When patients have hypokalemia, you want to fix it. So you give potassium to make the numbers pretty. You go ahead and give some potassium and do what the protocol says to do: recheck. Labs come back, poor patient got stuck for these labs. Potassium burned a bit on the way in because the IV was acting funny. Low and behold, the potassium did not go…
 
Show notes at pharmacyjoe.com/episode537. In this episode, I ll discuss expectations for the onset of action of IM medications used for acute agitation. The post 537: Expectations for the onset of action of IM medications used for acute agitation appeared first on Pharmacy Joe.Von Pharmacy Joe
 
Can we wean patients off of vasopressors faster by providing them with Midodrine? The MIDAS trial (Effect of midodrine versus placebo on time to vasopressor discontinuation in patients with persistent hypotension in the intensive care unit) published on September 3rd, 2020 is a randomized-controlled trial looking at this question. Show Notes: https…
 
Providing Calcifediol (25-hydroxyvitamin D3) to COVID patients in this Pilot Study showed that it decreased the need for transfer to the intensive care unit. Let's take a look at why we shouldn't exactly put it in the water... yet. Show Notes: https://eddyjoemd.com/vitamind-covid/ Receive a FREE audiobook (TWO for Amazon Prime members) with your FR…
 
Ever wonder when you should pull the trigger and call in the ECMO team or your ECMO center to determine whether your patient who is in severe ARDS is a good candidate for venovenous ECMO? I review some suggested criteria published in CHEST. Show Notes: www.eddyjoemd.com/ECMO Receive a FREE audiobook (TWO for Amazon Prime members) with your FREE 30-…
 
Show notes at pharmacyjoe.com/episode536. In this episode, I ll discuss using heparin anti-Xa levels to evaluate apixaban, rivaroxaban, fondaparinux, and danaparoid levels. The post 536: Using Heparin Anti-Xa Levels to Evaluate Apixaban, Rivaroxaban, Fondaparinux, or Danaparoid Levels appeared first on Pharmacy Joe.…
 
Do you use Central Venous Pressure (CVP) to assess whether your patient is fluid responsive or not? What about volume status? Let's take a deep dive into the data to see whether this actually works or not. Receive a FREE audiobook (TWO for Amazon Prime members) with your FREE 30-day trial by using my link for Audible: CLICK HERE! You will be remind…
 
Ruth Endacott, Kate Tantam, Natalie Pattison, Liz Staveacre & Jo-Anne Fowles Presenting four bitesize topics exploring and debating the ‘Power of Nurses’, in contributing to the achievement of ICS values and strategic priorities: 1) Increasing the influence of nurses in critical care 2) Wake up to networking in your region! 3) Be inspired by the #re…
 
Show notes at pharmacyjoe.com/episode534. In this episode, I ll discuss three ways to tell the difference between serotonin syndrome and neuroleptic malignant syndrome. The post 534: Three ways to tell the difference between serotonin syndrome and neuroleptic malignant syndrome appeared first on Pharmacy Joe.…
 
Reviewing the rationale behind checking for hypophosphatemia in patients who are critically ill in the intensive care unit (ICU) exploring the functions of phosphate, phosphate metabolism, as well as causes of hypophophatemia. Unfortunately, there isn't much randomized controlled study data about this. Show Notes: www.eddyjoemd.com/hypophosphatemia…
 
When should we discontinue contact and isolation precautions in COVID-19 patients who are hospitalized? Let's take a look at the CDC recommendations as of August 16th, 2020. Show Notes: https://eddyjoemd.com/covid-precautions/ Receive a FREE audiobook (TWO for Amazon Prime members) with your FREE 30-day trial by using my link for Audible: CLICK HER…
 
Lecture 1 on my IV Fluid Series. In this podcast, I discuss how much fluid we keep intravascularly after resuscitation, as well as the history behind the creation of Normal Saline, Ringer's lactate/lactated ringers, Plasma-lyte and Normosol. Show Notes: https://eddyjoemd.com/ Receive a FREE audiobook (TWO for Amazon Prime members) with your FREE 30…
 
Reviewing the trial published in JAMA on 8/21/2020 where they looked at the clinical outcomes of Remdesivir in Moderate COVID-19. Show Notes: https://eddyjoemd.com/remdesivir/ Receive a FREE audiobook (TWO for Amazon Prime members) with your FREE 30-day trial by using my link for Audible: CLICK HERE! You will be reminded when your trial is ending, …
 
Early intubation or a trial of high-flow nasal cannula for COVID-19 patients? This retrospective analysis out of Emory assesses the outcomes from the different strategies. Show Notes: https://eddyjoemd.com/intubation-covid/ Receive a FREE audiobook (TWO for Amazon Prime members) with your FREE 30-day trial by using my link for Audible: CLICK HERE! …
 
Cholesterol Therapy-Mervyn Singer Troponin in Critical Care Patients and Outcomes-Anne marie Docherty Targeting the Vasculature in Sepsis: A Means or an End?-Simon Lambden The Right Heart in Critical Illness-Susanna Price Panel Conversation and Questions-Mervyn Singer, Annemarie Docherty, Simon Lambden & Susanna Price…
 
After experiencing the most intense period of work, our critical care nurse workforce need us to consider their needs carefully right now. In this webinar we explore individual, team and systems factors at play, and discuss how to sustain and protect our nursing workforce for the future. Presentation: Dr Julie Highfield, Consultant Clinical Psychol…
 
Show notes at pharmacyjoe.com/episode532. In this episode, I ll discuss a cost-avoidance study of a redistribution process to reduce waste of emergency medications in drug boxes. The post 532: Savings realized by the redistribution of short-dated emergency medications appeared first on Pharmacy Joe.Von Pharmacy Joe
 
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