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ICU Primary Prepcast
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Haematology Physiology

Dr Swapnil Pawar July 1, 2020

HAEMATOLOGY    Briefly outline the components involved in haemostasis Haemostasis is the natural process which allows circulation to respond to vessel injury in a way which minimises blood loss. There are three main components of haemostasis: Vasoconstriction: Trauma in vessel wall causes: local myogenic spasm and local factor release from […]

Vitamin D3 in Critically Ill Patients
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Vitamin D3 in Critically Ill Patients

Dr Swapnil Pawar June 23, 2020

Early High-Dose Vitamin D3 for Critically Ill, Vitamin D–Deficient Patients The National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute PETAL Clinical Trials Network Setting: The study was conducted The National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute PETAL Clinical Trials Network from April 2017 through July 2018 at 44 U.S. hospitals. Design: 1:1 randomized […]

Neuromuscular Blockade in ARDS
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Neuromuscular Blockade in ARDS

Dr Swapnil Pawar June 17, 2020

Introduction – Acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) is a life-threatening condition characterized by intense lung inflammation, consolidation, and progressive microatelectasis with refractory acute hypoxemia [1, 2]. Despite advances in technology and sophistication of mechanical ventilators, the mortality of ARDS is still high [3–5]. A multimodal strategy involving non-pharmacologic interventions and […]

Convalescent Plasma in COVID-19
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Convalescent Plasma in COVID-19

Dr Swapnil Pawar June 13, 2020

Effect of Convalescent Plasma Therapy on Time to Clinical Improvement in Patients With Severe and Life-threatening COVID-19: A Randomised Clinical Trial Setting: Seven medical centres in China in the Hubei province. Design: February 14, 2020, to April 1, 2020. Patients were randomly assigned via computer-generated random numbering (1:1) to receive […]

Mask Making & Professional Identity Formation in Medicine
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Mask Making & Professional Identity Formation in Medicine

Dr Swapnil Pawar June 9, 2020

Professional identity formation (PIF) is a complex sociocultural process whereby medical students learn to think, feel, and act like physicians. In this podcast, Professor Mark Stephens from Pennsylvania helps us understand the concept of Professional identity formation (PIF) through the lens of mask making. Further reading –   Examining Professional […]

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Remdesivir in COVID-19 – ACCT Trial

Dr Swapnil Pawar June 1, 2020

Beigel JH, Tomashek KM, Dodd LE, et al. Remdesivir for the Treatment of Covid-19 — Preliminary Report. New England Journal of Medicine doi:10.1056/NEJMoa2007764   Setting: 73 sites including United States (45), Denmark (8), the United Kingdom (5), Greece (4), Germany (3), Korea (2), Mexico (2), Spain (2), Japan (1), and […]

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Immunology

Dr Swapnil Pawar May 26, 2020

In this podcast, Maddi & I talk about innate immunity, MHC proteins, the role of T & B lymphocytes along with hypersensitivity reactions. IMMUNOLOGY Outline the components involved in innate immunity Innate immunity is the first line of defence of the body. It is non-specific and consists of life-long immune […]

ANZICS Meet The Experts
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Professor Maurizio Cecconi: Episode 15 – Post COVID-19 Pandemic Challenges in Italy

Dr Swapnil Pawar May 25, 2020

In this podcast, Professor Maurizio Cecconi talks about Italian experiences of the COVID-19 pandemic and outlines the challenges specific to intensive care in the post-pandemic phase. He discusses various issues including prolonged ICU length of stay, slow weaning, and the impact of the pandemic on staff well-being.