Commentary by Dr. Paul McCarthy of East Carolina University Division of Critical Care [View Guest Lecture Series: Colloids versus Crystalloids] I agree that most of the data regarding over-resuscitation is kind of new, especially things like death, but there is a lot a data showing think like LOS, Vent days, need for trach, costs, etc. [...]
January 16, 2013 | 1 Comment
Guest Lecture Series by Dr. Andrew Shaw of Duke University on January 16, 2013. [Critique this blog] [Return to NOD Blogs] Dr. Shaw begins his talk with a brief history of the dilemma surrounding the optimal fluid resuscitation strategy. Since 1832 (eighteen thirty two) physicians have been struggling with the type and amount of fluid [...]
November 9, 2012 | Leave a Comment
Below is a quick summary of the key teaching points made by Dr. Kevin Finkel (University of Texas Medical School at Houston) during his special guest lecture on 8 November 2012 by Dr. Nirav Jasani (East Carolina University). [Critique this blog] [Return to NOD Blogs] 1. Chloride rich fluid like NORMAL SALINE, high risk of [...]
A look at the latest biomarkers making their way through the world of clinical trials and vying for a position as accurate and accepted indicators of acute kidney injury. ************************************** Estimated Time to View: 60 minutes Title: Novel Biomarkers for Acute Kidney Injury Author: MJ Barchman, MD Author Type: Faculty Citation: Nephrology On-Demand 2012, Volume [...]
Blog from the Guest Lecture Series at East Carolina University – Brody School of Medicine. Dr. Alhosaini discusses the cardiologist’s perspective to the cardiorenal syndrome (CRS).