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65 Trial

Dr Swapnil Pawar March 15, 2020

Effect of Reduced Exposure to Vasopressors on 90-Day Mortality in Older Critically Ill Patients With Vasodilatory HypotensionA Randomized Clinical Trial François Lamontagne, MD1,2; Alvin Richards-Belle, BSc3; Karen Thomas, MSc3; et al Introduction- Vasopressors are commonly administered to patients in intensive care units (ICUs) to treat in order to prevent hypotension associated myocardial injury, kidney injury, and death. Vasopressors, however, […]

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Hyperoxemia in Intensive Care

Dr Swapnil Pawar March 5, 2020

Oxygen is a vital element and impaired oxygen delivery in critically ill patients is associated with increased mortality.  As a consequence, reassuring oxygen delivery has become a cornerstone of many resuscitation protocols and liberal use of supplemental oxygen is common.  This is predominantly due to our understanding of physiology. Oxygen is […]

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NONSEDA Trial

Dr Swapnil Pawar February 28, 2020

Nonsedation or Light Sedation in Critically Ill, Mechanically Ventilated Patients Invasive mechanical ventilation after tracheal intubation is among the most frequently performed procedures in adult patients admitted to the intensive care unit (ICU). Sedation and analgesia are provided at the time of intubation and may be maintained for hours or […]

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De-resuscitation in Intensive Care

Dr Swapnil Pawar February 20, 2020

The accumulation of a positive fluid balance is a frequent occurrence in critically ill patients. As Paracelsus said, ” All things are poisons, nothing is without poison. Only the dose permits something not to be poisonous.” Like other drugs, it is the dose of fluids which makes them poisonous. What […]

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VITAMINS Trial

Dr Swapnil Pawar February 13, 2020

Sir William Osler said that “except on a few occasions, the patient appears to die from the body’s response to infection rather than from the infection” Sepsis is a major problem across the globe. Apart from the enormous financial costs of sepsis, the human toll of this disease is staggering […]

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ANZCEN Clinician Incubator Programme

Dr Swapnil Pawar February 9, 2020

In this podcast, Chris Nickson from Down Under talks about the launch of Clinician Incubator Programme a novel initiative for budding intensive care educators in Australia & New Zealand.  ANZCEN Clinician Educator Incubator 2020 Expressions of Interest (EOI) close 15 February 2020 Details and Registration process at: https://litfl.com/anzcen-incubator/ ANZCEN Resources available here: http://litfl.org/ANZCENResources […]

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Permissive Hypercapnia in ARDS

Dr Swapnil Pawar February 3, 2020

Lung protective ventilation has become the cornerstone of the management of ARDS patient. As a consequence, hypercapnia is inevitable. However, permissive hypercapnia is not without its own problems. In this podcast, we discuss this dogma and challenge traditional practices.  What is permissive hypercapnia? Permissive hypercapnia is a ventilation strategy that […]

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Shame Resilience in Medical Education

Dr Swapnil Pawar February 2, 2020

Shame is highly complex, individualised and contextualised construct and should not be used as a pedagogical intervention to facilitate learning. in this podcast, Will Bynum from Duke university shares his thoughts and research on this complex concept. Author’s Bio Will Bynum, M.D Assistant Professor of Family Medicine, Duke University School […]