play_arrow Glycemic Control in ICU Dr Swapnil Pawar Blog Written by Dr Jose Chacko Uncontrolled hyperglycemia may adversely impact critically ill patients through diverse mechanisms. High glucose levels may impair the innate immune response, with abnormal glycosylation of immunoglobulins.1 Neutrophil migration [...]
play_arrow Paracetamol Overdose Dr Swapnil Pawar Paracetamol Overdose Written by Dr Andrew Lam Clinical Stages of Paracetamol Overdose Stage I (0-24 hours) – relatively non-specific with nausea, vomiting, malaise and diaphoresis, though some patients may be asymptomatic. Uncommonly may have [...]
play_arrow ICU Journal Club – CONTROLING Study Dr Swapnil Pawar Individualised versus conventional glucose control in critically ill patients: the CONTROLING study—a randomized clinical trial Blog written by Dr Jose Chacko Background – Hyperglycaemia is an adaptive response to stress [...]
play_arrow ICU Fellowship Vivas – Morbid Obesity, Digoxin Toxicity & Traumatic hepatic injury Dr Swapnil Pawar Podcast Script Written by Dr Madhuri Anupindi 1. You have been called to assist at the resuscitation of a 27 year old patient in [...]
We discuss various topics pertinent to Intensive care pharmacology and physiology.
This podcast series is created for Intensive care trainees who are appearing for their final fellowship exam. The idea is to discuss different vivas asked in previous College of Intensive Care exams. However, this series will be useful for all healthcare professionals working in Intensive care to sharpen their critical thinking.
In the era of evidence-based medicine, we try to make the best possible decision for our critically ill patients based on the best available evidence.
Medspresso is a podcast created by two junior medical officers and an intensive specialist to deliver medical education in a bite size and digestible form. Inspired by the University of New South Wale viva style examinations, we present weekly clinical scenarios that you will commonly encounter on the wards. The information we present is structured as though you are working up the presenting complaint from the beginning, and highlights the key points for you to survive on the wards and to impress your registrars! Follow us on Facebook <a href="https://www.facebook.com/Medspresso-109128464271026">https://www.facebook.com/Medspresso-109128464271026</a> Join us on Twitter! <a href="https://twitter.com/Medspresso1">https://twitter.com/Medspresso1</a>
We meet health professional educators around the globe to discuss various educational approaches.
The Australian and New Zealand Intensive Care Society (ANZICS) podcast series called 'Intensive Talk'.
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