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Month: July 2018

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Acute RV Failure

Dr Swapnil Pawar July 20, 2018

The left ventricle (LV) gets the glory typically. Any echo request usually relates to LV ejection fraction, filing status or regional wall motion abnormality. Perhaps this is fair enough as the LV is a significant contributor to blood flow and organ perfusion, but as Pinsky said at the CICM ASM […]

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Post-Cardiac Arrest Management – Time to Say Goodbye to Self Fulfilling Prophesy

Dr Swapnil Pawar July 3, 2018

Robert Rosenthal defined the Pygmalion effect as “the phenomenon whereby one person’s expectation for another person’s behavior comes to serve as a self-fulfilling prophecy” (1) 2015 ILCOR guidelines (2) seem to sway away from self-fulfilling prophesy approach in prognostication post cardiac arrest patients. Successful return of spontaneous circulation (ROSC) is […]