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Should We Add Fludrocortisone to Hydrocortisone for Septic Shock?
The use of steroids in patients with sepsis and septic shock has been controversial for decades. At present, the Surviving Sepsis Campaign recommends the...
Should We Administer Steroids in Severe CAP?
In recent years, numerous trials have investigated the administration of corticosteroids in patients with pneumonia and have produced mixed results. In this podcast, we...
ECPR for OHCA? - The INCEPTION Trial
In recent years, several single center trials have demonstrated positive outcomes in patients with OHCA randomized to receive ECPR compared with patients who received...
Should We Use a Liberal or Restrictive Fluid Strategy in Sepsis - The CLOVERS Trial
Intravenous fluid (IVF) administration is a central tenet to the resuscitation of patients with sepsis and sepsis-induced hypotension. At present, the administration of large...
Top Critical Care Articles of 2022
Given the increase in critically ill patients who present to the ED in need of resuscitation, along with the increase in those who board...
Double Sequential External Defibrillation for Refractory Ventricular Fibrillation
More than 350,000 cardiac arrests occur each year in North America. Approximately 100,000 of these arrests are due to shockable rhythms. Unfortunately, many patients...