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Content Type: Podcasts
SCCM Pod-444 HF20 Filter Set for CRRT in Low Weight Patients
This podcast discusses patients who develop acute kidney injury (AKI) and how AKI is independently associated with mortality in critically ill infants, neonates, and larger children. Host Pamela M. Peeke, MD, MPH, FACP, FACSM, is joined by Stuart Goldstein, MD, to discuss the ...
Estimated Time: 21:29 min
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SCCM Pod-436 Interventions to Reduce Patient and Clinician COVID-19 Risk
Extubation is a high-risk endeavor in some COVID-19 patients. Host Pamela M. Peeke, MD, MPH, FACP, FACSM, is joined by Joshua H. Atkins, MD, PhD; Christopher Rassekh, MD; and Ara Chalian, MD, to discuss this topic.
Estimated Time: 30:37
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SCCM Pod-434 Tracheostomy Adaptation for COVID-19 Patients
COVID-19 complicated critical care clinicians’ decision-making with regard to tracheostomy. ICU resource constraints and risk of staff exposure during an aerosol-generating procedure necessitated rapid adaption of clinical practice in the setting of many unknowns.
Estimated Time: 30:58
SCCM Pod-433 Choosing Wisely for Critical Care: The Next Five
Five new recommendations to reduce waste and enhance value in the practice of critical care address invasive devices, proactive liberation from mechanical ventilation, antibiotic stewardship, early mobilization, and providing goal-concordant care.
SCCM Pod-432 Citrate and Continuous Renal Replacement Therapy
With widespread utilization of continuous renal replacement therapy, its critical to know about how citrate may have a role. Review its role in the anticoagulation process and how it can decrease the likelihood of adverse events and ease clinician workload in this podcast.
Estimated Time: 22:24
SCCM Pod-430 Optimal Bundle of Management for Cardiac Arrest
Sudden cardiac arrest remains a leading cause of premature death worldwide and survival with favorable neurologic function is less than 10%. Review a practical, attainable roadmap for enhancing the likelihood of neurologically intact survival in this podcast.
Estimated Time: 21:16