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Bicarbonate for Severe Acidosis?
Many critically ill patients are acidotic. Often, bicarbonate is administered to severely acidotic patients, but does it really improve outcomes? The BICAR-ICU was just...
Steroids for Septic Shock - Take 2
In February, we discussed the results of the ADRENAL trial and implications for clinical practice. Since that time, another large trial and meta-analysis has...
Updates in Acute Ischemic Stroke
Neurocritical Care guru Dr. Evie Marcolini is back to review recent literature and practice changes in the management of patients with acute ischemic stroke. ...
Pearls for the Management Heatstroke
The heat and humidity have returned to the Northern Hemisphere! Numerous deaths have already been reported due to the extreme heat. In this episode...
The SSC 2018 Update!
In this podcast we discuss the very controversial SSC 2018 Update. We know that sepsis is a time-sensitive illness, but does a 1-hour bundle...
A Clean Kill? Ventilating the Asthmatic Patient
Mechanically ventilating the patient with a severe asthma exacerbation is fraught with peril. Incorrect settings for tidal volume, respiratory rate, pressure triggers, or inspiratory...