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Ventricular Assist Devices

Mike Santiago Mike Winters Rob Rodriguez Peter DeBlieux

A febrile, hypotensive patient is brought in by ambulance with no palpable pulse and a holster medical device under his arm and around his waist and wires protruding from his RUQ. What do you do? The Critical Care Guys and guest Mike Santiago discuss the management of the critically ill patient with a ventricular assist device.
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Traumatic Brain Injury and Massive Transfusion Protocol

Deborah Stein Juan Duchesne Mike Winters Rob Rodriguez Peter DeBlieux

Dr. Deborah Stein (Medical Director Neurocritical Care at Shock Trauma) discusses pearls and the latest evidence on the management of traumatic brain injury. The Critical Care Guys also review evidence on massive transfusion protocol in trauma.
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The Critically Ill OB Patient

Mike Winters Rob Rodriquez Peter DeBlieux

This month Dr. Haney Mallemat discusses important pearls in the crashing obstetric patient. Mike, Peter, and Rob finish up with a few more literature updates from the 2010 critical care literature. Great stuff!
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The Persistently Hypoxic ARDS Patient & Literature Review

Mike Winters Rob Rodriquez Peter DeBlieux

The Critical Care Guys answer review a listener's difficult ARDS case and highlights literature from 2010 including dopamine vs norepi, lactate clearance vs ScvO2, magnesium in SAH and more!
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Care of the Obese Patient

Mike Winters Rob Rodriguez Peter DeBlieux Mel Herbert

The Critical Care Guys review the airway & ventilator management, procedures, circulatory resuscitation in obese patients. Also, a farewell from Mel Herbert and the site will be undergoing a name change.
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Fluid Resuscitation

Mike Winters Rob Rodriquez Peter DeBlieux and Mel Herbert

This month Mike Winters talks with Alan Heffner MD. Alan is a Pulmonary and Critical Care Consultant in the Department of Internal Medicine and Department of Emergency Medicine at Carolinas Medical Center Charlotte, NC
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The New ACLS Guidelines

Mike Winters Rob Rodriquez Peter DeBlieux and Mel Herbert

This month the team reports from the USCEssentials.com conference in San Francisco. The new ACLS guidelines are out and they review the major changes...lots of controversy and opinions this month!
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PE and Pulmonary Edema

Mike Winters Rob Rodriguez Peter DeBlieux Amal Mattu Mel Herbert

This month the discussion is about TPA for PE and an overview of CHF therapy.
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Status Epilepticus and Intracranial Bleeding

Mike Winters Rob Rodriguez Peter DeBlieux Mel Herbert

The critical care guys review the latest in the management of status epilepticus and discuss the ASA guidelines for intracranial bleeding.
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The Sick Trauma Patient - A Stepwise Approach

Micheal Gibbs Mike Winters Rob Rodriguez Peter DeBlieux Mel Herbert

Dr. Michael Gibbs gives step-wise approach to the sick trauma patient. Lots of emphasis added by the EMRAP:CC team.
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The Crashing Tox Patient

Mike Winters Rob Rodriguez Peter DeBlieux Mel Herbert

Mike Winters speaks with the local toxicologists and the usual crew to present the state of the art management of serious toxicology ingestions - LOTS of pearls here.
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Scoring Systems

Mike Winters Rob Rodriguez Peter DeBlieux Mel Herbert

This month is about scoring systems for predicting mortality, need for ICU disposition and more.  A number of systems and their limitations are reviewed.
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Anaphylaxis

Mike Winters Rob Rodriguez Peter DeBlieux Mel Herbert

The team discusses an interesting case of anaphylaxis, its diagnosis and the latest evidence for management of anaphylactic shock.
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Massive GI Bleeding

Mike Winters Rob Rodriguez Peter DeBlieux Stuart Swadron Mel Herbert

Stuart Swadron is this month's guest talking about MASSIVE GI bleeding.  His approach is simple and based on a series of intervention one can employ in almost all of these patients.
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Treatment of Intracranial Bleeding

Mike Winters Rob Rodriguez Peter DeBlieux Mel Herbert

The team discusses the treatment of intracranial hemorrhage.
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Undifferentiated Shock and the RUSH protocol

Phil Perera Mike Winters Rob Rodriguez Peter DeBlieux Mel Herbert

The team discusses undifferentiated shock and the new RUSH ultrasound protocol by Phil Perera.
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Best Literature of the Last Year

Mike Winters Rob Rodriguez Peter DeBlieux Mel Herbert

The boys review the best papers of 2009. Some good stuff and a great review of the best topics from EMRAP:CC the last year!
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Care of the Post Arrest Patient

Evie Marcolini Mike Winters Rob Rodriguez Peter DeBlieux Scott Weingart Mel Herbert

Evie Marcolini joins the boys this month talking about care (and controversy) of the post arrest patient.
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Care of the Post Arrest Patient

Evie Marcolini Mike Winters Rob Rodriguez Peter DeBlieux Scott Weingart Mel Herbert

Evie Marcolini joins the boys this month talking about care (and controversy) of the post arrest patient.
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Monitoring The Critically Ill Patient

Mike Winters Rob Rodriguez Peter DeBlieux Scott Weingart Mel Herbert

This month a discussion on invasive and noninvasive critical care monitoring with special guest Scott Weingart, MD FACEP Director, Division of Emergency Critical Care, Department of Emergency Medicine at Mount Sinai School of Medicine.
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