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ICU Primary Snippet – Furosemide Vs Acetazolamide

Dr Swapnil Pawar April 11, 2024

https://traffic.libsyn.com/primprepcast/Primary_Maddi_-3.mp3   Compare and contrast the pharmacology of Furosemide and Acetazolamide Written by Dr Madhuri Anupindi     Furosemide Acetazolamide Pharmaceutics     Class Loop diuretic Carbonic anhydrase inhibitor Formulations Tablets: 20mg, 40mg Oral solution: 10mg/ml Injection: 10mg/ml available in 20mg, 50mg or 250mg vials. Tablets: 250mg Injection: 500mg Pharmacokinetics […]

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Blood Products

Dr Swapnil Pawar April 11, 2024

play_arrow Blood Products Dr Swapnil Pawar Blood Products Written by Dr Andrew Lam Blood Products and Haemorrhagic Shock   PRBC’s Isolated from whole blood through centrifuge   Transfusion should be individual based. But generally:  Hb <70 Concurrent cardiovascular disease + Hb <80   FFP Contains all coagulation factors – primarily […]

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ICU Fellowship Snippet – Legionella Pneumonia

Dr Swapnil Pawar April 2, 2024

play_arrow ICU Fellowship Snippet – Legionella Pneumonia Dr Swapnil Pawar A 59-year-old male presents to an outer metropolitan hospital, supported by a non-tertiary ICU, with severe respiratory failure. He gives a history of a week of cough, myalgia, fevers and increasing shortness of breath. What is your differential diagnosis? Written […]

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ICU Primary Snippet 30- Opioid Receptors – Classification, Distribution and Activation

Dr Swapnil Pawar April 1, 2024

play_arrow ICU Primary Snippet 30- Opioid Receptors – Classification, Distribution and Activation Dr Swapnil Pawar Outline the classification, structure and distribution of opioid receptors. Describe intracellular events following opioid receptor activation Written by Dr Madhuri Anupindi Classification: MOP or mu opioid receptor DOP or delta KOP or kappa NOP: nociceptin, […]

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ICU Primary Snippet – Renal Physiology – Urine concentrating mechanisms

Dr Swapnil Pawar March 17, 2024

play_arrow ICU Primary Snippet – Renal Physiology – Urine concentrating mechanisms Dr Swapnil Pawar Describe the physiological mechanism by which the kidney concentrates the urine. Written by Dr Madhuri Anupindi   The kidneys can concentrate urine to a maximum of 1200-1400mOsm/L due to: A high osmolarity of the renal medullary […]

Thromboprophylaxis in COVID-19
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DVT Prophylaxis

Dr Swapnil Pawar March 11, 2024

play_arrow DVT Prophylaxis Dr Swapnil Pawar VTE Prophylaxis Written by Dr Ashly Liu Venous thromboembolism risk As a junior medical officer, one of your responsibilities is to ensure all your patients have been assessed with the VTE powerplan, which enables you to consider whether this patient is on the appropriate […]

Lung Cancer
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AMIKINHAL – Inhaled Amikacin to prevent VAP

Dr Swapnil Pawar February 27, 2024

play_arrow AMIKINHAL – Inhaled Amikacin to prevent VAP Dr Swapnil Pawar   Blog written by Dr Jose Chacko   Research question The question addressed by the AMIKINHAL trial was: does a 3-day course of nebulized amikacin reduce the incidence of ventilator-associated pneumonia? Population and design The AMIKINHAL trial was conducted […]

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Post-Operative Leg Swelling

Dr Swapnil Pawar February 27, 2024

play_arrow Post-Operative Leg Swelling Dr Swapnil Pawar   Written by – Dr Ashly Liu Post-operative Leg Swelling Shownotes DVT Deep vein thrombosis is a venous thromboembolism found in the deep veins of the body, typically in the lower extremities. They are associated with life-threatening complications such as pulmonary embolism. In […]