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Driving Pressure Vs Tidal Volume in ARDS

Dr Swapnil Pawar January 20, 2020

Recently there has been a growing interest in driving pressure as a significant parameter for titration in mechanical ventilation for ARDS patients. It has challenged our dogma of 6-8 mls/kg tidal volume ventilation. In this podcast, we discuss the current evidence and future of mechanical ventilation in ARDS.  Our understanding […]

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EFFORT Trial

Dr Swapnil Pawar January 13, 2020

Effect of early nutritional support on Frailty, Functional Outcomes, and Recovery of malnourished medical inpatients Trial (EFFORT) trial Anorexia arises as a physiological response to acute illness and predisposes hospital inpatients to serious caloric and protein deficits. In combination with immobilisation and pronounced inflammatory and endocrine stress response, these nutritional […]

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Thrombolysis in Submassive PE

Dr Swapnil Pawar December 31, 2019

The role of thrombolysis in submassive PE remains controversial to date. In this podcast, Dr Chacko & I dive deeper to explore the current evidence on this topic. What is Submassive PE and what are the key differences between Submissive and Massive PE The terms massive, submassive, and low-risk PE […]

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CVS Physiology Part 3

Dr Swapnil Pawar December 30, 2019

In this podcast, Maddi and I discuss the basics of CVS physiology and peripheral circulation. CARDIOVASCULAR PHYSIOLOGY What is mean arterial pressure? Mean arterial pressure is the average arterial pressure during a cardiac cycle and is cardiac output multiplied by total peripheral resistance MAP is thought to be important for […]

Educator's Podcast
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Community of Practice in MedEd

Dr Swapnil Pawar December 29, 2019

Learning is a social rather than an individual activity, and much of it occurs at the unconscious level, resulting in the acquisition of a large body of tacit knowledge. In this podcast, Dr Alice Fornari who is Vice President of Faculty Development at Northwell Health System and Associate Dean at […]

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High Wean Trial

Dr Swapnil Pawar December 23, 2019

Liberating high-risk patients from mechanical ventilation poses a unique challenge to all intensive care physicians. The use of high flow has increased over the last decade, however, the combination of high flow nasal oxygen and NIV has not been tested so far. The present study published in JAMA tries to […]

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The Role of IV Albumin in ICU

Dr Swapnil Pawar December 16, 2019

The use of IV albumin is not uncommon in the Intensive care unit. However, the evidence for its routine use is conflicting. In this podcast, we critically appraise the available evidence to inform the Intensive care community on the role of IV albumin in the intensive care unit. Albumin was […]

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ESETT Trial

Dr Swapnil Pawar December 8, 2019

Status epilepticus poses a significant challenge to intensive care physicians. There is lots of uncertainty about the treatment options and correct dosing. In this podcast, we discuss the landmark ESETT trial published in NEJM which explores this dilemma but rather helping us to solve the problem, this trial asks more […]

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ICP Monitoring in TBI

Dr Swapnil Pawar December 1, 2019

TBI remains a major cause of death and disability worldwide. Poor outcome is associated in part with the primary insult and importantly from secondary brain injury, which is a complex series of pathologic events triggered in the early phase after TBI that then evolve over time. Apart from treating Primary […]