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Opinion

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Critical Care Pattern 3- ARDS

REFLECT_LEARN July 14, 2019

ARDS is a syndrome and our current approach of “one size fits all” is probably not the right approach to deal with this beast. In this doodly, I managed to summarise my evidence based approach in a graphical way. We need to be cautious while interpreting the evidence and should […]

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Critical Care Patterns

REFLECT_LEARN June 7, 2019

Critical Care Patterns Intensive care is about recognizing the right pattern and then treating accordingly. It’s similar to game of Chess, where grand masters look at the board, recognize the pattern and make a next move. In this series, I will bring different critical care patterns, which will be helpful […]

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Networking as a Medical Educator

Dr Swapnil Pawar January 1, 2019

by Swapnil Pawar and Mike Gisondi What is Networking? Networking is the sharing of ideas through a conversation between individuals who have something in common. It’s that simple. The word, ‘networking’, carries a negative connotation, an activity carried out by the ruthless to get ahead. Not true of networking in […]

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Acute RV Failure

REFLECT_LEARN 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 […]