A host of amazing papers for the EMCrit RACC Lit Review for May 2023
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- EMCrit Special – Burnout with Liz Crowe - May 17, 2023
- EMCrit RACC Lit Review – May 2023 - May 11, 2023
- EMCrit 349 – The EMCrit Burnout Model - May 4, 2023
Guarantee that for the next week there are going to be EM/ICU docs walking around with syringe hickeys on their arms.
Totally interesting to also get to know non-directly related to medicine topics as the paper on happiness and income!
That’s commonly been my experience of ketamine for hypoxic patients. Dunno the physiology but they are puffing away on 100% on NIV for a long time while we are making intubation plans and when we slowly titrate ketamine in for induction the sats often get better than whatever their plateau had been prior to the ketamine. I’m pretty slow and wimpy on titrating the ketamine – not sure others will see this effect if they bang in their full dose I spose.
Got a chance to read the DSI RCT and I don’t see why this shouldn’t change my practice today. Methods seem solid and it studies the perfect patient population for this intervention. Am I missing anything?