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De-resuscitation in Intensive Care

Dr Swapnil Pawar February 20, 2020

The accumulation of a positive fluid balance is a frequent occurrence in critically ill patients. As Paracelsus said, ” All things are poisons, nothing is without poison. Only the dose permits something not to be poisonous.” Like other drugs, it is the dose of fluids which makes them poisonous. What […]

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CVS Physiology part 4

Dr Swapnil Pawar January 31, 2020

APPLIED CARDIOVASCULAR PHYSIOLOGY Outline the important features of a left ventricular pressure-volume loop The left ventricular pressure volume loops plot the left ventricular volume in millilitres is plotted on the x axis against the left ventricular pressure in mmHg on the y axis over the cardiac cycle. The LV pressure-volume […]

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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 […]

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CVS Physiology Part 2

Dr Swapnil Pawar December 1, 2019

CARDIOLOGY PHYSIOLOGY Describe the cardiovascular events that occur during ventricular systole and diastole The cardiac cycle is made up of two phases defined by the mechanical activity of cardiac muscles, systole which is ventricular contraction lasting about 300miliseconds and diastole which is ventricular relaxation and lasts about 500miliseconds. The cardiovascular […]