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GIT Physiology

Dr Swapnil Pawar August 5, 2020

GIT Physiology   Notes by Dr Madhuri Anupindi Outline the physiology of swallowing: There are three phases of swallowing; voluntary, pharyngeal, and oesophageal. Voluntary When food enters the mouth mastication begins via the chewing reflex and muscles innervated by the trigeminal nerve. The tongue and teeth make the food smaller […]

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Cytokine Storm in COVID-19

Dr Swapnil Pawar August 1, 2020

  What really happens in the lung in COVID-19 pneumonia?  Although several studies suggest raised levels of inflammatory mediators in COVID-19, it is pertinent to compare levels observed in other types of acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS). IL-6 levels may be considerably lower in patients with severe COVID-19 compared with […]

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Tranexamic Acid in Acute GI Bleeding – HALT-IT Trial

Dr Swapnil Pawar July 24, 2020

Effects of a high-dose 24-h infusion of tranexamic acid on death and thromboembolic events in patients with acute gastrointestinal bleeding (HALT-IT): an international randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial The HALT­IT trial was an international, multicentric, randomized, double-blind placebo­ controlled trial. It was carried out in 164 hospitals across 15 countries (UK, […]

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Hydroxychloroquine Prophylaxis in COVID-19 – Debunking the Myth

Dr Swapnil Pawar July 12, 2020

A Randomized Trial of Hydroxychloroquine as Postexposure Prophylaxis for Covid-19   The only strategies that worked so far in COVID-19 to mitigate transmission are rapid identification of cases, isolation, contact tracing, and self-quarantine of those exposed. To date, no medication has been shown to prevent SARS-CoV-2 transmission. This trial hypothesized […]

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Dexamethasone in COVID-19 – Too Good To Ignore

Dr Swapnil Pawar July 2, 2020

RECOVERY TRIAL The RECOVERY trial is a randomized clinical trial designed to evaluate several treatment modalities in patients with COVID-19 infection. 11,000 patients from 175 hospitals of the National Health Services. Inclusion Criteria – Hospitalized patients who had clinically suspected or laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 infection Exclusion – if dexamethasone was unavailable […]

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Haematology Physiology

Dr Swapnil Pawar July 1, 2020

HAEMATOLOGY    Briefly outline the components involved in haemostasis Haemostasis is the natural process which allows circulation to respond to vessel injury in a way which minimises blood loss. There are three main components of haemostasis: Vasoconstriction: Trauma in vessel wall causes: local myogenic spasm and local factor release from […]

Vitamin D3 in Critically Ill Patients
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Vitamin D3 in Critically Ill Patients

Dr Swapnil Pawar June 23, 2020

Early High-Dose Vitamin D3 for Critically Ill, Vitamin D–Deficient Patients The National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute PETAL Clinical Trials Network Setting: The study was conducted The National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute PETAL Clinical Trials Network from April 2017 through July 2018 at 44 U.S. hospitals. Design: 1:1 randomized […]

Neuromuscular Blockade in ARDS
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Neuromuscular Blockade in ARDS

Dr Swapnil Pawar June 17, 2020

Introduction – Acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) is a life-threatening condition characterized by intense lung inflammation, consolidation, and progressive microatelectasis with refractory acute hypoxemia [1, 2]. Despite advances in technology and sophistication of mechanical ventilators, the mortality of ARDS is still high [3–5]. A multimodal strategy involving non-pharmacologic interventions and […]