The BaSICS Trial - Implications for Fluid Resuscitation

August 29, 2021 00:22:03
The BaSICS Trial - Implications for Fluid Resuscitation
Critical Care Perspectives in Emergency Medicine
The BaSICS Trial - Implications for Fluid Resuscitation

Aug 29 2021 | 00:22:03

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Show Notes

The administration of IVFs is nearly universal in critically ill patients.  In recent years, several studies have suggested improved outcomes with the use of balanced crystalloids solutions in contrast to 0.9% NS.  In this podcast, we discuss the recently published BaSICS Trial that evaluated Plasma-Lyte 148 with 0.9% NS in critically ill patients.  Does this study provide practice-changing evidence to make that switch?

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