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Chloroquine, Hydroxychloroquine & Macrolides in COVID-19 -> Beginning of the End

Dr Swapnil Pawar May 25, 2020

Hydroxychloroquine or chloroquine with or without a macrolide for treatment of COVID-19: a multinational registry analysis Design: Multinational registry analysis including 671 hospitals in North America, South America, Europe, Africa, Asia, and Australia. Subjects: Patients hospitalized between Dec 20, 2019, and April 14, 2020, and tested positive for SARS-CoV-2. Data […]

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Preventing Transmission of COVID-19 in Intensive Care

Dr Swapnil Pawar May 17, 2020

Tracheostomy – Tracheotomy in ventilated patients with COVID-19: Guidelines from the COVID-19 Tracheotomy Task Force, a Working Group of the Airway SafetyCommittee of the University of Pennsylvania Health System, published in Annals of Surgery Indication – Tracheotomy may be considered in patients with prolonged periods of intubation, defined as greater […]

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Remdesivir in COVID-19- new Cure or Illusion

Jose Chacko May 9, 2020

Remdesivir (also GS-5734) is a monophosphoramidate prodrug of an adenosine analogue that has a broad antiviral spectrum including filoviruses, paramyxoviruses, pneumoviruses, and coronaviruses. In vitro, remdesivir inhibits all human and animal coronaviruses tested to date, including SARS-CoV-2.  Intravenous remdesivir was studied for treatment of Ebola virus disease, in which it was […]

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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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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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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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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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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 […]