Purpura fulminans is a rare form of disseminated intravascular coagulation which requires specific management. Most commonly it is seen as a complication of septic shock with multi-organ failure. Unfortunately, purpura fulminans is often treated simply with a generic approach for septic shock.
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excellent, thorough, enlightening. thank you once again.
on a separate note, I just heard a lecture on ECG weekly workouts with amal mattu. he discussed BRASH syndrome… wasn’t it you who coined that term a few years back?
thank you, Josh
yip. but the BRASH has been inside us all along.
you are modest…
It seems that the IBCC podcast is now only available on iTunes. The RSS feed doesn‘t update anymore. Is it possible to make it work again?
Hi, is the podcast only available on itunes? is there a version available for people who don’t own apple products?