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Translational Simulation on Steroids in COVID-19

Dr Swapnil Pawar May 9, 2020

Professor Victoria Brazil & Dr Swapnil Pawar What is Translational Simulation? It is a terminology which refers to a subset of simulation activities that are directly focused on a patient or institutional level outcomes and focusing on those outcomes through at least two ways. One is through diagnosing system issues […]

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Connecting Dots in COVID-19

Dr Swapnil Pawar April 27, 2020

The literature published from various countries has helped us to understand the disease pattern in COVID-19 pandemic. The New York experience Richardson et al. evaluated a large case series of 5,700 patients admitted to 12 hospitals under Northwell Health, the biggest health care provider in New York (1). They analyzed the […]

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Mentoring During COVID-19

Dr Swapnil Pawar April 23, 2020

In this podcast, Dr Ruth Gotian, assistant dean for mentoring from Weil Cornell medicine, shares her 6 tips to optimise our mentoring relationships during this COVID-19 pandemic. Here is the link to her full article – https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-020-01028-x 6 Tips ‘Check in’ conversations Make sure you check in with your trainee […]

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COVID-19 Controversies

Dr Swapnil Pawar April 5, 2020

Many novel therapies have been proposed in our battle against this deadly pandemic. In this podcast, we summarise the literature available to date and present our views so you can make an informed decision while treating your patients with COVID-19. Angiotensin-converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitors and angiotensin receptor blockers (ARB) in […]

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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 […]