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COVID-19 Vaccines – Comprehensive Review

Dr Swapnil Pawar February 28, 2021

play_arrow COVID-19 Vaccines – Comprehensive Review Dr Swapnil Pawar COVID-19 vaccines: Comprehensive Review Written by – Dr Jose Chacko Several vaccines are being employed against COVID-19 following expedited evaluation and manufacturing processes. Currently, more than 50 potential vaccines are undergoing clinical trials in various phases.1 Effective immunization is considered to […]

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COPD Management

Dr Swapnil Pawar February 14, 2021

play_arrow COPD Management Dr Swapnil Pawar Written by  – Dr Andrew Lam Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) Chest X-Ray Findings of COPD Flattening of the hemidiaphragms Narrowing of the mediastinum Hyperlucency of the lung fields Decreased peripheral broncho-vascular markings Hyperinflation (More more than 6 anterior ribs or 10 posterior ribs […]

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Hypertensive Emergencies

Dr Swapnil Pawar February 7, 2021

play_arrow Hypertensive Emergencies Dr Swapnil Pawar Written by – Dr Andrew Lam Hypertensive Urgency Severe Asymptomatic Hypertension Hypertensive Urgency Hypertensive Emergency Blood Pressure > 180/110 mmHg  > 180/110 mmHg  > 220/140 mmHg Symptoms (i.e. headache, dizziness) Nil Present Present End Organ Dysfunction Nil Nil ACUTE end organ dysfunction, but moderate […]

Respiratory Physiology Part 1
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Respiratory Physiology -Part 2

Dr Swapnil Pawar January 12, 2021

Written By – Dr Madhuri Anupindi RESPIRATORY PHYSIOLOGY 2 How is ventilation controlled? The control of ventilation can be thought of in terms of sensors, a central integrator and effectors. The sensors consist of central chemoreceptors, peripheral chemoreceptors, mechanical receptors within the lung and other receptors. Sensors: Central chemoreceptors These […]

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COVID-19 Vaccine – The Mystery of Hope

Dr Swapnil Pawar December 24, 2020

COVID -19 Vaccine Safety and Efficacy of the BNT162b2 mRNA Covid-19 Vaccine Population Inclusion: Healthy adults or those with stable medical conditions including human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), hepatitis B virus, or hepatitis C virus infection were eligible. United States, 130 sites; Argentina, 1; Brazil, 2; South Africa, 4; Germany, 6; […]

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Spontaneous Bacterial Peritonitis

Dr Swapnil Pawar December 22, 2020

Post written by – Dr Andrew Lam SAAG Serum Albumin – Albumin of Ascitic Fluid High SAAG (>11g/L) Suggests that the cause of ascites is related to portal hypertension Causes: Cirrhosis Hepatic malignancy or metastasis Right-Sided Cardiac Failure Portal Vein Thrombosis Budd-Chiari Syndrome Low SAAG (<11g/L) Suggests that cause of […]

Post-Operative Fluid Management
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Post-Operative Fluid Management

Dr Swapnil Pawar December 17, 2020

Post-op Fluids Written by Dr Hyerim Su Daily requirements of electrolytes and water  Water – 25mL/kg/day  Sodium – 1.0mmol/kg/day  Potassium – 1.0mmol/kg/day  Glucose 50g/day  Table 1. Composition of intravenous fluids Dextrose is a hypotonic solution as the dextrose is metabolised, leaving only free water. Only 7% of the fluid stays […]

Lactate in Sepsis
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Lactate in Sepsis

Dr Swapnil Pawar December 14, 2020

Blog Written by – Dr Jose Chacko Lactic acidosis commonly occurs in critically ill patients, especially among those in shock of varying etiology. High lactate levels are uniformly associated with poor clinical outcomes, including mortality.1 However, there is considerable interest and conflict of opinion regarding the clinical value of using […]