Hayden Richards is a communications maven…
EMCrit Wee – A New Form of ED Critical Care for Rural Environments – EMSTAT with Eric Klotz
A new format of ED Critical Care perfectly suited to rural environments
EMCrit 345 – I Guess We Need to Talk about CLOVERS and Fluids in Sepsis (Hopefully for the Last Time Ever)
CLOVERS Trial Primer and Fluids in Septic Shock
EMCrit 344 – Sleep for the Weary II – General Sleep Stuff
All things Sleep–you will add years to your life if you sleep well, so the time investment to listen to this podcast may be well worth it
EMCrit RACC Lit Review – February 2023
All the lit goodness for Feb 2023
EMCrit 343 – CV-EMCrit: Who to Refer for VV ECMO – Patient Selection and When to Call for Help
Who and When to Refer for VV ECMO
EMCrit 342 – More Cardiac Arrest Mastery with PO Berve – Pre-Tidal CO2
More cardiac arrest mastery with the sonorambler
EMCrit – Ghali Grills 2 – Should You Tube the Patient in Severe Hemorrhagic Shock if there is a Delay to OR?
Another grilling from Sam Ghali
EMCrit 341 – AVAPS (Average Volume Assured Pressure Support) NIPPV with Alex Bracey
Today, we speak about a mode of NIPPV that you should know about (but probably don’t): AVAPS
EMCrit Shadowboxing Case 3 – Chicken or Egg – Which Organ Failed First?
Shadow Boxing Respiratory Failure Case
EMCrit 340 – End of Year Round-Up on Surgical Critical Care Tips and Remimazolam with Joe Shiber and Sean Rees
For this last podcast of the year, I had a couple of pieces that were going to become Wees, but I thought I would combine them for synergistic goodness and make this end-of-year podcast. Today, we speak about some tips from a EM Surgical Intensivist and discussion of a brand new sedative, Remimazolam.
EMCrit RACC Lit Review for December 2022
All the resus/acute critical care literature goodness for December 2022
EMCrit 339 – Decisions, Decisions, Decisions with Andrew Petrosoniak
Making good decisions is the heart of Emergency Medicine and Critical Care…
EMCrit 338 – End of Year Question & Answer Session
Rounding up the questions from the past few months
EMCrit 337 – Procedural Deep Dive – Lumbar Puncture (LP)
Lumbar Puncture This seemingly simple procedure seems to be the Achilles’s heel or many resus docs! If you have a good baseline knowledge of how to do the lumbar puncture correctly, it is super easy. If you have bad habits, then you will make your poor patient look like a pin cushion.
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