play_arrow

keyboard_arrow_right

skip_previous play_arrow skip_next
00:00 00:00
playlist_play chevron_left
volume_up
chevron_left
  • Home
  • keyboard_arrow_right Opinion
  • keyboard_arrow_right Life & Death in Intensive Care- Not Quite Straight Forward

Opinion

Life & Death in Intensive Care- Not Quite Straight Forward

Dr Swapnil Pawar November 10, 2018 33


Background
share close

In this thought-provoking talk, Dr Arvind Rajamani from Nepean Intensive Care speaks about his approach towards the end of life care in ICU. The second week in ICU deserves a second look, and we need to ask ourselves a question regarding the appropriateness of treatment in the select group of patients, says Dr Rajamani.

Tagged as: , .

Rate it
Previous episode
Educator's Podcast
play_arrow
share playlist_add
close
  • 39

MedEd

Networking in MedEd

Dr Swapnil Pawar November 2, 2018

Networking is the sharing of ideas through a conversation between individuals who have something in common. In this podcast, Dr Mike Gisondi from Stanford University elaborates the significance of Networking […]

Read more trending_flat