Alternative treatments for opioid use disorder and music with Dr. Ed Boyer Join Dan (@drusyniak) &Howard (@heshiegreshie) as they speak with Dr. Ed Boyer about therapies for opioid use disorder, including kratom, ibogaine, and loperamide. Great stuff, deep science and a dispelling of some myths while recognizing some less than savvy science out there. . […]
The use of an inhaled pulmonary vasodilator is a logical strategy for stabilization of PE patients (especially nitric oxide, which may be depleted in this situation). Previously inhaled nitric oxide has only been supported by case series.
We spend a lot of time obsessing over the finer details of critical care: which fluid is best? which vasopressor is best? will another liter of fluid help? These details are important, but for a septic patient something more important than any of these details is choosing the right antibiotic(s). In septic shock, source control and […]
Shock is the next-door neighbor of death. Shock can present in a myriad of different forms, making early recognition challenging. However, early diagnosis is essential. Shock can be caused by a broad differential of serious illnesses. Unlike most differential diagnosis lists, every item on this differential is life-threatening. Fortunately, many causes of shock are reversible […]