Critical Care Education Blog

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Lung Recruitment in ARDS:To Be Or Not To Be

ART trial created a lot of confusion in intensive care community with regards to use of Lung recruitment in ARDS. In this presentation, I tried to present a comprehensive overview of the use of...

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Ecology in ICU- How Can We Get It Right ?

Critical Care infection landscape is constantly changing, which poses numerous challenges to ICU physicians. In this thought provoking talk, Professor Jon Iredell from University of Sydney shares his thoughts about the approach to get...

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HepatoRenal Syndrome- Contain the Beast, if You Can

Introduction     Hepato-renal syndrome is a major complication of decompensated cirrhosis, entailing significant morbidity and mortality in the absence of liver transplant. It still remains a clinical diagnosis of exclusion due to lack of...

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All Bleeding Stops Eventually

Treating hypovolemic shock secondary to haemorrhage seems very simple. Replace blood for blood. As I grew in my career, I realised that this is far more complex than I thought. James Blundell was the...