Back on podcast 10, I discussed the basics of the initial approach to cardiogenic shock. Today, we bring the discussion to the next level…
Jenelle Badulak, MD
Acting Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine, UW Medici
Dr. Badulak is an emergency physician and intensivist caring for patients in the Cardiothoracic and Medical Intensive Care Units at the University of Washington Medical Center, and in the Trauma Surgical Intensive Care Unit and Emergency Department at Harborview Medical Center.
How do we know if a patient is in cardiogenic shock and how sick they are?
How Should We Start Treatment in the ED
Characterize the Type and Severity of the Cardiogenic Shock
Evaluate for non-ventricular failure
- Is this a acute valve issue?
- Is this tamponade or another cause of obstructive shock?
Pure Left ventricular vs. Bi-ventricular/RV Failure
Decide on MCS Strategy
Cardiogenic Shock Centers
- Cardiogenic shock classification Baran 2019
- Cardiogenic shock management statement 2017 AHA
- Cardiogenic Shock Centers Rab JACC 2018
Now on to the Podcast…
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