Best Criticalcare podcasts we could find (Updated May 2019)
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Brought to you by a partnership that transcends the 49th parallel. Join Adam Thomas and Josh Farkas in the podcast that accompanies The Internet Book of Critical Care. The IBCC podcast will explore key points in each chapter. Initially the release of podcasts may lag a bit behind the chapters for logistic reasons. However, our goal is to eventually have a podcast for each chapter. Subsequently, the podcast will discuss updates to the IBCC based on new evidence.
 
Free open access Prehospital Medical education for the front line EMS Provider. This podcast does not replace your institutions policies, procedures, protocols, or guidelines. Please go to our website for a full disclaimer: www.curbtobed.com
 
The goal of the Neurocritical Care Society Podcast is to summarize some of the latest content and cutting edge research published in the journal, Neurocritical Care, official journal of the Neurocritical Care Society. Episodes are produced regularly and feature interviews with the top researchers around the world in the fields of neurology, critical care, and neurosurgery.
 
The Intensive Care Society is proud to present our open access podcasts. These include our educational events, interviews with the very best in Critical Care and presentations from the UK's biggest multidisciplinary critical care conference, State of the Art.
 
This podcast is to enable us to present to you the discussions we have had at the International Fluid Academy conferences. They will be released gradually throughout the year for you to listen to. If you wanted to see the videos as well then just go to http://www.fluidacademy.org/member-resources/presentations/2015.html The iFAD started as local initiative from the pharmaceutical working group on fluids from the Ziekenhuis Netwerk Antwerpen (www.zna.be). Today iFAD is integrated within the n ...
 
Sharing interviews, education, quick tips, experiences, and more from the Mind of a Medic with Prehospital and Critical Care transport experience.
 
Remember that 2 am cric where no one knew what size ET tube you needed? How about that time you did an ED thorocotomy and no one knew what a vascular clamp was? This podcast is about how to avoid it . #foamed #surgery #criticalcare #trauma.
 
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PPAG Conversations is the official Podcast of the Pediatric Pharmacy Association. PPAG Conversations highlights current topics in pediatric and neonatal critical care, general pediatrics, and hematology/oncology. About the Host of PPAG Conversations Bob John, Pharm.D., BCPS, BCPPS, a member of the PPAG Board of Directors, is currently a NICU Clinical Pharmacy Specialist at The Children’s Hospital at Saint Francis and the Residency Program Director for his institution’s PGY1. He completed a P ...
 
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PPAG Conversations is the official Podcast of the Pediatric Pharmacy Association. PPAG Conversations highlights current topics in pediatric and neonatal critical care, general pediatrics, and hematology/oncology. About the Host of PPAG Conversations Bob John, Pharm.D., BCPS, BCPPS, a member of the PPAG Board of Directors, is currently a NICU Clinical Pharmacy Specialist at The Children’s Hospital at Saint Francis and the Residency Program Director for his institution’s PGY1. He completed a P ...
 
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In this episode, we help you take a more nuanced approach to those patients with "coca-cola urine." When that CK is a climbing and you don't know what to do, remember these pearls!
 
In this month's installment of the NCS Podcast, Dr. Ramani Balu interviews Dr. Marion Moseby-Knappe on their recent investigation involving biomarkers for neurologic prognosis following cardiac arrest. The NCS Podcast is the official podcast of the Neurocritical Care Society. Our senior producer is Jim Siegler. Our host is Fawaz Almufti, and ou ...…
 
In this episode, you get a two-for-one. Come for the hypophosphatemia, stay for the hyperphosphatemia.
 
Contrast induced nephropathy is the "white walker" of critical care and emergency medicine. Come take a listen as we discuss the potential error in creating a clinically non-meaningful entity, and how we should address this in our daily clinical work.
 
In this episode we cover all those big highlights for infective endocarditis. Come solidify your approach to clinical presentation of both left and right sided disease, approach to imaging, and empiric therapy. We've even got the hot topic of dual coverage down!
 
In this episode we cover the finer points of the high stakes resuscitation of VF / VT "Storm." Come get a solid approach to identification, resuscitation and nuanced management.
 
This year’s title, “Critical Care Game Changers” is your chance to think innovatively: think about the controversies facing our specialty now, next year, next decade…tell us your idea to change the game! The top 5 scored abstracts submitted in response to this title will be invited to give a presentation to a panel of critical care experts on t ...…
 
This year’s title, “Critical Care Game Changers” is your chance to think innovatively: think about the controversies facing our specialty now, next year, next decade…tell us your idea to change the game! The top 5 scored abstracts submitted in response to this title will be invited to give a presentation to a panel of critical care experts on t ...…
 
This month on the NCS Podcast, Dr. Sara Stern-Nezer interviews Dr. Baxter Allen about his recently published investigation exploring the risk of seizures following clipping or endovascular coiling of ruptured intracranial aneurysms. The NCS Podcast is the official podcast of the Neurocritical Care Society. Our senior producer is Jim Siegler. Ou ...…
 
Have you ever seen that patient with a bicarb of 6 and a lactate of 14, and they are just smiling at you and texting their spouse about taxes? In this episode, we explore the direct, indirect, and obscured role that metformin can play in your critical care patients. Come listen for all things diagnosis, classification and some special discussio ...…
 
Wantabe et al. (2018) "Is Use of Warning Lights and Sirens Associated With Increased Risk of Ambulance Crashes?" was the first to definitively link L&S use with ambulance crashes. Data extrapolated from Wantabe et al. (2018) Response Crash Rate: 4.6 / 100,000 without L&S 5.4 / 100,000 with L/S Transport Crash Rate: 7 / 100,000 without L&S 17.1 ...…
 
Kev Dhaliwal is Professor of Molecular Imaging & Healthcare Technology and Consultant Physician in Respiratory Medicine in Edinburgh. He leads an EPSRC interdisciplinary Hub based in the Medical School in Edinburgh developing novel technologies for interventional pulmonary medicine. PROTEUS (@EPSRC_Proteus) is the UK’s largest biophotonics heal ...…
 
Brian Cuthbertson is Chief of the Department of Critical Care Medicine at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre and Professor in the Interdepartmental Division of Critical Care Medicine at the University of Toronto. He is also an Honorary Professor of Critical Care Medicine at the University of Aberdeen and an Honorary Professorial Fellow at the Ge ...…
 
This often mis-understood "penicillin allergy" can have far more dire impacts on the population you would think. Come take a listen and explore the pathophysiology of R1-side chain impact on true allergy, what to do about it, and how it impacts antimicrobial selection and use.
 
In our second News Flash, Dr. Stern-Nezer summarizes the results and the implications of the recently published PRESERVE trial, which tested the hypothesis that sodium bicarbonate or acetylcysteine could prevent contrast-associated nephropathy. The NCS Podcast is the official podcast of the Neurocritical Care Society. The senior producer for th ...…
 
In this episode, we've got you covered for this hypertensive emergency that you need to know cold. Come take a listen for all things around diagnosis, risk factors, clinical presentation, labs and treatment. We've got your magnesium. We've got your labetolol. We even have a few new tricks for hemolysis.…
 
Just like when you were a kid and that science fair volcano was spewing badness everywhere... an unchecked perfusion pressure can wreak havoc on your end organs. In this podcast, we cover the true primary emergency that results from too high of perfusion pressure. Come take a listen for all things diagnosis, treatment and even a nice coverage o ...…
 
In this episode, we cover the often missed "abdominal compartment syndrome." Lace up those shoes, get ready for your commute, and let us review for you the diagnosis and treatment of this critical care quagmire.
 
Current guidelines recommend that cerebral perfusion pressure be maintained between 60 and 70 mmHg in patients with severe TBI, but evidence is lacking. This month on the NCS podcast, Dr. Brogan interviews Dr. Andreas Kramer regarding his retrospective cohort study which attempts to better elucidate optimal cerebral perfusion parameters. The NC ...…
 
In this episode we explore this rare but commonly seen entity of NMJ caused weakness. Come listen to review the patient population, identification and management of MG CRISIS.By The Internet Book of Critical Care.
 
Goals on Initiation Reverse shock and increase tissue perfusion: Improve blood flow BP (MAP >65) perfuse coronaries and brain Mental status End tidal CO2 Maybe: urine output (if Foley present) & capillary refill time Increase venous return Avoid ischemia & other adverse events Which vasopressor do I choose? It depends. For the prehospital provi ...…
 
We interrupt your regularly scheduled programming of the NCS Podcast to give you concise, high-yield reviews of pivotal articles published in the field of neurocritical care. These 'News Flash' segments are brought to you by our producer, Dr. Sara Stern-Nezer, Assistant Professor of Neurology at the University of California Irvine. In the first ...…
 
In this episode, we start off with all those familiar aspects of APAP toxicity that you've heard about. Then we kick it up a notch and give you new pearls around Massive ingestions and high dose NAC infusions, when to Dialyze (you read that correctly) and even more great pearls! Come take a listen.By Adam Thomas.
 
Dr Lisa Hinton is a medical sociologist, and leads applied research in the Health Experiences Research Group (HERG). Improving patient experience is a global priority for health policy makers and care providers. How research on patient and staff experiences can make a difference in these areas is at the core of her research interests. Lisa has ...…
 
Dr Peter Watkinson, Associate Professor of Intensive Care Medicine, is joint clinical lead for the Critical Care Research Group based at the Kadoorie Centre for Critical Care Research & Education at the John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford. He is an NHS consultant in intensive care and acute medicine and is part of the senior clinical team at the Ox ...…
 
I work as a Consultant Obstetrician and am based at Leeds General Infirmary. I have a special interest in maternal medicine and high risk obstetrics and I run the Obstetric Cardiac and Renal Service in this tertiary referral centre. I also work with the Diabetes team and am part of the twice weekly Diabetic Antenatal Clinic at St. James’s Unive ...…
 
As a consultant obstetric and neuro-anaesthetist at James Cook Hospital Middlesbrough, I have specialist interests in maternal critical care MCC, and the difficult airway in obstetrics. I am an anaesthetic assessor for the maternal confidential enquiry MBRRACE. I contributed to three chapters in NAP4 (4th National anaesthesia audit), and more r ...…
 
In this episode we will cover all the highlights you need to know about hypernatremia. Serum sodium... we see you yawning already! But if you want to level up your critical care skills, you need to pay attention to this often missed cause of serious morbidity in our ICUs.
 
Anna Batchelor, Sean Bagshaw, Carole Boulanger, Jamie Strachan, Natalie Pattison, Craig Brown
 
Until summer 2017 I worked as an anaesthetist and intensivist in Newcastle spending 50% of my time in each with anaesthetic interests including patients for endocrine, gastro-intestinal and burns and reconstructive surgery. Since taking on the national lead for Getting It Right First Time for Critical Care I am now “ just” an intensivist. I am ...…
 
Dr Bagshaw is a Clinician Scientist and Associate Professor of Critical Care Medicine. He is currently serving as Interim Chair of the Department. He acquired training at the University of Calgary (Internal Medicine, Critical Care Medicine, and Masters of Science Epidemiology) prior to completing a Critical Care Nephrology fellowship in the Dep ...…
 
Toxicology is fun. Salicylate overdoses can be intimidating, so come take a listen to get you ready for the next patient you see, so you can keep them out of that death-spiral!By Internet Book of Critical Care.
 
Following refractory status epilepticus, the ictal-interictal EEG continuum can be as puzzling to intensivists as it can be to world-renowned epileptologists. Should you re-challenge with aggressive intravenous anesthetics? Or attempt to de-escalate therapy? This week on the NCS podcast, Dr. Starane Shepherd interviews Dr. Alvin Das on his rece ...…
 
Sarah is Clinical Lead Speech and Language Therapist (SLT) specialising in critical care, tracheostomy and complex dysphagia and has worked at Wythenshawe hospital, Manchester since 2002. As an RCSLT expert advisor for 18 years she has contributed to a number of key policies and guidelines, including GPICS, NCEPOD ‘On the right trach’ and RCSLT ...…
 
In this episode, we cover the diagnosis of this must-not-miss-unicorn. Come take a listen for a lengthy discussion around management, including the controversial use of beta-blockade.By Adam Thomas.
 
Dr Dale Gardiner is a Consultant in Adult Intensive Care Medicine at Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust, UK. Through an interest in ethics, the diagnosis of death and deceased organ donation he has been a Clinical Lead for Organ Donation since 2009. In June 2018 he was appointed national Clinical Lead for NHS Blood and Transplant. Dr Gar ...…
 
Dr Bellingan is a consultant in Respiratory Medicine and Critical Care at University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. Dr Geoff Bellingan is Medical Director for the Surgery and Cancer Board at University College London Hospitals (UCLH) and is responsible for the cancer strategy across the trust and UCLH engagement with UCLP and Lo ...…
 
Kathy is founder and Director of ICNARC and works within a team of audit, research, IT and administrative staff. ICNARC’s aim is to facilitate improvements in the organisation and practise of critical care through a broad programme of audit and research. In 2004, Kathy was awarded the Humphry Davy Medal by the Royal College of Anaesthetists as ...…
 
Topics Discussed in the Podcast: Provider bias and the pulse oximeter. CO oximetry. Pulse oximeter lag. Approach to the well-appearing patient with a low SpO2 reading. Relation of vascular tone to pleth wave amplitude and variability. Using the pulse ox waveform to confirm mechanical capture during transcutaneous pacing. Odds and ends... Pulse ...…
 
In this episode, we've got a great approach to low platelets in the ICU patient population. Come take a listen for approach, management, what not to miss, and all things HITT.
 
Here it is... it took a mythical amount of time to prepare, so we hope you enjoy this long format cast on the broad topic of antibiotics. We cover the highlights of all the usual suspects, beta-lactams, cephalosporins, aminoglycosides, macrolides and all the weird and wonderful. Make sure you read the post before diving into this beast!…
 
Dr. Paul H. Mayo MD graduated from Cornell University Medical College and completed his postgraduate training at Roosevelt Hospital and Bellevue Hospital in New York City. He is presently a frontline intensivist in the Northwell System in the New York City area where he is academic director of critical care medicine and professor of clinical me ...…
 
Dr Jenny Vaughan has been Consultant Neurologist for 14 years (NW London Hospitals NHS Trust and Imperial College Healthcare NHS trust). Jenny was the medical lead for the successful over-turning of the conviction of Surgeon Mr David Sellu for gross negligence manslaughter in 2013. Jenny have conducted multiple interviews on mainstream media in ...…
 
Rob Mac Sweeney is an intensivist working at the Royal Victoria Hospital in Belfast, Northern Ireland. He founded and runs Critical Care Reviews, a free, not-for-profit critical care educational project spanning a website, journal watch facility, newsletter, international meeting, annual book and podcast. He also co-founded a platinium open acc ...…
 
Mark McPhail is a senior lecturer and consultant in liver critical care at Kings College London. He trained in physics and medicine in Glasgow and following medical school he trained in Oxford, Southampton and London in gastroenterology, hepatology, general internal medicine and intensive care medicine. His research interests include outcome pr ...…
 
Dr Xand van Tulleken trained in medicine at the University of Oxford, he has a diploma in Tropical Medicine from the University of Liverpool, a Diploma in International Humanitarian Assistance from Fordham University and a Master’s in Public Health from Harvard where he was a Fulbright Scholar. He was the Helen Hamlyn Senior Fellow at Fordham U ...…
 
Dr. Needham is Professor of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine, and of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at the Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, USA. He is Director of the “Outcomes After Critical Illness and Surgery” (OACIS) Research Group and core faculty with the Armstrong Institute for Patient Safety and Quality, both at Johns Ho ...…
 
Every resuscitationist MUST have this basic approach down cold. Come take a listen to the foundation of our specialties in what the French like to say "Reanimation." Approach and treatment for all those SICK looking patients.
 
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