Dexmedetomidine (Precedex) – You’d have to be Delirious Not to Use It –
Everything you wanted to know about Hyperosmolar agents for the Management of ICP and Cerebral Edema
Chris Hicks and I discussing the Labors of Trauma (Blunt edition), everything a trauma team leader needs on their radar screen.
Where do the fights come from?
When should you pull the trigger on Angiotensin II for vasodilatory shock?
Ultrasound signs of pericardial tamponade with my buddy, Jacob Avila
I frequently see both residents and attendings inappropriately using ketamine for agitated patients. Inappropriately both by giving it when it is unecessary and giving it in poor fashion when it is indicated.
The complete (hopefully) menu of cognitive and operational tasks for the Trauma Team Leader for sick trauma patients.
If the words of command are not clear and distinct, if the orders are not thoroughly understood, the general is to blame – Sun Tzu Communication During Resuscitation Communication continues to be a major issue in virtually all high-stress, time-sensitive environments. This has been discussed a number of times on EMCrit, most recently in […]
COVID Pulmonary Physiology
Rapid Code Status Conversations are essential to render proper and compassionate care…
A Q&A format discussion of neurological emergencies
Rory’s 2 weeks in the COVID ICU
Cliff Reid on Team Leadership
Today on the podcast, my guest lays out a theoretical framework for the pathophysiology of the lung effects of COVID-19.