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The Critical Care Triad - The Ventilator Podcast

Caleb Curtis, Jerome Lovelady & Michael Schauf

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Discussing ventilator management in the Prehospital transport environment. We discuss scenario based content coupled current evidence-based literature to provide the latest and best content to our listeners. Our goal and vision is to strengthen the providers in our industry by helping provide an interactive learning platform.
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Tune into conversations among leading experts as they discuss the topics and issues that are impacting the HVAC&R industry. Interested in reaching the global HVACR engineering leaders with one program? Contact Greg Martin at 01 678-539-1174 | gmartin@ashrae.org.
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ICUedu

Sara Crager

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Emergency critical care fundamentals. Visit ICUedu.org for video versions of the talks as well as infographics that can be used as visual aids while listening to the podcasts.
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Over the last two decades, I have had the privilege to talk with and even consider as friends some of the brightest minds, innovators and leaders in the field of air quality, ventilation and the built environment. My hope is to bring some of these conversations to you in this podcast. Conversation with the people at the heart of this sector. About them and their organisations. What they are working on, where this is going.
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Zero Ambitions is a podcast about sustainability and the built environment. There is no single solution to fixing the built environment, so we're talking our way through as much of it as we can. We find interesting guests who know what they're talking about and speak with them about sustainability, good practice, and how to make a difference because the challenges are massive and the problems complex. You can also find us on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/91573716. Hosted by Jeff ...
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Podcast for the book 'Coma and Near-Death Experience - The Beautiful, Disturbing and Dangerous World of the Unconscious' by Alan & Beverley Pearce. Featuring first-hand accounts - nightmarish worlds more real than reality, alternate lives spanning decades, Heavenly encounters - from deep within coma. Available from Amazon, Barnes & Nobel and all good bookstores in Paperback, e-Book & Audiobook. www.alanpearce.com
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FlightCrit Podcast

Sean Eaton, FP-C, CCP-C & Hunter Hix, BSN, CCRN, CFRN

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The FlightCrit Podcast. Sharing the latest education for Prehospital Emergency and Critical Care Trasport Professionals. We are a team of Paramedics, Nurses, Respiratory Therapists and physicians passionate about providing the very best education for you. Join us each week for the best in Clinical Practice Updates, Board Certification Exam Prep, Test Taking Tips, and a whole lot more. We exist to help you THRIVE!!!
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Hot Air

ASHRAE Journal

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Join Technical Editor, Rebecca Matyasovski, in brief talks with authors of articles featured in monthly ASHRAE Journal issues. Interested in reaching the global HVACR engineering leaders with one program? Contact Greg Martin at 01 678-539-1174 | gmartin@ashrae.org.
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is instantly improving the lives for Families of critically ill Patients in Intensive Care, so that they can make informed decisions, have PEACE OF MIND, control, power and influence and therefore stay in control of their Family's and their critically ill loved one's destiny
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The Camping Crew

Aaron Burchael & Chris Byrne

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Welcome to The Camping Crew Podcast. Join Aaron and Chris as they review camp sites in Ireland. We also discuss camping lifestyle, gadgets, products, and generally chat about all things Motorhome, Camper, Campervan, Caravan and Tent camping in Ireland, UK and further afield. Other Tags: RV, Campsites, Stopovers, Aires, etc
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The Word Association

Adal Rifai, Brett Lyons, Rob White

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Improvisers Adal Rifai, Brett Lyons and Rob White are The Word Association. Every episode, they each bring a new word to use as a springboard for discussion, bits, puns, tangents and more. Do they sometimes find connections between the words? Yes, they sometimes do. Adal, Brett, and Rob have each, at some point in their lives, been described as funny. New episodes every Tuesday. Editing by: Julia WD Harrison Theme by: Arne Parrott Logo by: Casey Borden You can email the show at twapod@gmail.com
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CHEST Journal Podcasts

American College of Chest Physicians

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Each month, CHEST hosts a discussion with the author of one or more articles from the current issue, adding context and commentary on the most relevant topics facing those in the fields of pulmonary, critical care, and sleep medicine.
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Quality Insights is a mission-driven non-profit organization that improves health and health care quality and equity. For nearly half a century, we have provided education, data, collaboration and consulting services that impact millions of patients and providers every day. Learn more about what we do through our podcast.
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Maine Farmcast

University of Maine Cooperative Extension

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The Maine Farmcast features weekly conversations with experts from across the country sharing insights and advice for both new and seasoned farmers running operations of any size. Hosted by three livestock specialists from the University of Maine Cooperative Extension, the show brings you world-class expertise paired with practical advice about how to apply cutting-edge research to improve the efficiency and sustainability of your farming operation.
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American Journal of Infection Control: Science Into Practice

Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology (APIC)

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Join infection preventionists as they have conversations with authors of the latest research in the American Journal of Infection Control (AJIC) about how to advance the science and practice of infection prevention and control. While learning how to put the latest science into practice, maybe you will be inspired to take the next steps to develop your own research projects.
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The Fine Homebuilding Podcast embodies Fine Homebuilding magazine's commitment to the preservation of craftsmanship and the advancement of home performance in residential construction. Hosted by the magazine's editors, The FHB Podcast is an informal but vigorous show about the techniques and principles that allow listeners to master their design and building challenges.
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Saving Lives Podcast: Critical Care w/eddyjoemd is a podcast that reviews evidence-based strategies to care for the critically ill patient in the Intensive Care Unit and other topics in Medicine. It is hosted by Eddy Joe Gutierrez, MD, a board-certified critical care physician. In each episode, Dr. Gutierrez discusses the latest research and best practices in Intensive Care Medicine. He also shares his own insights and experiences as an Intensivist/Critical Care physician. The podcast is des ...
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Welcome to PedsCrit! We are a collaborative educational PICU podcast working with pediatric critical care educators around the world to create high-yield podcast episodes on core PICU topics. Find us at PedsCrit.com, or reach us via email at PedsCritPodcast@gmail.com. We hope you enjoy!No conflicts of interest.Each clinical episode is made in coordination with a pediatric intensivist or guest that is otherwise a clinical or scholarly leader on the topic being discussed. Podcasts do not recei ...
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As heard on the Check A Pro Radio Show, this is the Austin Solar Attic Fans Podcast! What’s a solar attic fan? Solar attic fans are a natural, cost effective way to help your customer’s homes be more comfortable and efficient. A well ventilated attic will keep the attic more temperate & dry, which keeps the home more comfortable, thus requiring less use of the heating and cooling system. Installing a solar fan results in a more comfortable home and lower energy bills. Every home should have ...
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Like a daily audio flash card. This podcast is intended to aid any medical professional preparing for an Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS) class. Each one-to-nine minute Flash Briefing-style episode covers one of the skills needed to recognize a stroke or cardiac emergency and work as a high-performing team to deliver quality care. Listening to a tip-of-the-day for 14-30 days prior to a class will help cement core concepts that have been shown to improve outcomes in patients suffer ...
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We help medical device professionals deepen their knowledge of customers, the industry, and their role. Our main objective is to help you become expert in your current position, and through a better understanding of others within your company and the best practices in others in the industry, enable you to fast-track your career.
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Many medical devices and prescription drugs claim to be the resolution to all your problems, but while they may solve your current issue, it’s possible they may cause another. Medical products are often rushed to market before they’re adequately tested. Clay Hodges wants to educate you on these products and their side effects before they lead to litigation.
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Free Anaesthetic Tutorials Podcast

Free Anaesthetic Tutorials

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Audio based revision resources made by UK anaesthesia trainees for anyone with an interest in anaesthesia education. Made in conjunction with Mersey Video Viva Club. If you are revising for your FRCA check out https://www.msoa.org.uk/courses/
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CIBSE publishes Guidance and Codes which provide best practice advice and are internationally recognised as authoritative design guidance for building services. The CIBSE Knowledge Portal, which makes Guidance available online to all CIBSE members, is the leading systematic engineering resource for the building services sector
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Are you tired of scrubbing away tough stains on your kitchen counter? Or maybe you're struggling to find clients for your cleaning business. Welcome to Ask a House Cleaner, the daily podcast where you get to ask your toughest house cleaning questions and get expert advice from Angela Brown, CEO of Savvy Cleaner, the world-famous training and certification program for house cleaners and maids. With over three decades of experience in the industry, Angela is the go-to source for practical advi ...
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Medvale Radio

Jim Trounson

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Medvale is a community helping healthcare innovators make a difference. Listen to Medvale Radio to be uplifted by what our Medvalistas are doing to make the world a better place to live. Visit us at Medvale.com.
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Hi, it’s Patrik Hutzel from intensivecarehotline.com with another quick tip for families in intensive care. Today, I have a question from Matilda who says, “Hi Patrik, My son is on a ventilator in ICU but when he’s off, he will stop breathing, most likely within minutes. How long can he stay on a ventilator?” From… The post Quick Tip for Families i…
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In this Complex Care Journal Club podcast episode, Dr. Sarah Sobotka discusses a mixed-methods study with longitudinal assessment of neurodevelopmental profiles of children requiring mechanical ventilation after hospital discharge and perceived influences on development. She describes lessons learned while designing and performing the study, the ne…
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Send a text...we would love to hear from you! In this episode of the Ventilator Podcast, we discuss different modes of ventilation, including AC (Assisted Controlled), AC Pressure, and SIMV (Synchronized Intermittent Mandatory Ventilation). We explain the key features and settings of each mode and provide insights on how to manage patients in these…
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Domenico Luca Grieco, MD, and Valentina Giammatteo, MD, join CHEST® Journal Podcast Moderator, Alice Gallo De Moraes, MD, to discuss the results of a study exploring the effect of high vs low positive end-expiratory pressure on inspiratory effort in patients with ARDS.By American College of Chest Physicians
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In this episode, we explore a groundbreaking study on the cost-effectiveness of artificial intelligence (AI) in managing mechanically ventilated ICU patients. Discover how AI can improve patient outcomes, reduce hospital stays, and enhance decision-making in critical care settings. Tune in to learn about AI's potential to revolutionize ICU care and…
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On today's episode we talk about the benefits of the Solar Attic Fan... Solar Fans convert passive ventilation to active A Solar fan can extend the life of the roof and A/C system Solar Fans reduce moisture which reduces mold & mildew Solar Fans Increase air exchanges (per hour) There is no cost to operate a solar attic fan Solar Fans qualify for t…
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Listen to the Q&A between Jean-Michel Constantin and Marcus Schultz as they discuss the systematic review “Effects of closed loop ventilation on ventilator settings, patient outcomes and ICU staff workloads – a systematic review”, found in the June 2024 issue of the EJA.By EJA
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Hi, it’s Patrik Hutzel from intensivecarehotline.com with another quick tip for families in intensive care. So, I actually do a weekly YouTube live where you can come and join me, and I answer your questions. I did one of those YouTube live in the last few days. I usually do them at 6:30 P.M. Eastern… The post Quick Tip for Families in Intensive: M…
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Welcome to the Check A Pro Radio Show with Jim Klauck, also known as Check A Pro Joe! In this episode, Jim is joined by home improvement expert Paul Doane to discuss effective ways to combat the relentless heat and humidity in Texas homes. Paul explains how moving air in your attic can create a cooling sensation and dry out moisture, thereby preven…
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Hi, it’s Patrik Hutzel from intensivecarehotline.com with another quick tip for families in intensive care. So, on the weekend, I was talking to a gentleman who has his 41-year-old wife in ICU after cardiac arrest and potentially a hypoxic brain injury. She’s been in ICU since around the 3rd of May. The time of this… The post Quick Tip for Families…
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In this week's episode, we will discuss sepsis in long-term care. This is Part 2 of a two-part series. Part 2 will review case scenarios of sepsis in the long-term care (LTC) setting, including addressing prevention, early detection, and treatment. We're joined by Carolyn Pandolfo, BS, RN, CHES, CHC, PMP, CIC, travel infection preventionist for the…
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This is the second part in our series discussing temporary mechanical circulatory support (tMCS). Part one, covered different types of devices for tMCS, pathophysiology of shock, clinical indications, and general considerations for critical care clinicians. In Part 2, Dr. Zanotti covers a more detailed discussion of medical management and troublesh…
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Remembering all the different energy setting needed for synchronized cardioversion and defibrillation used to be confusing for a lot of people. Defibrillators can be broken down into three basic categories: 1. Automated External Defibrillator (AED); 2. Biphasic defibrillators; and 3. Monophasic defibrillators. Use of an AED to rapidly deliver a sho…
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Quick Tip for Families in Intensive Care: My Mother Survived Pneumonia & Cardiac Arrest in ICU! 6 Weeks ICU and She’s Not Waking Up! Help! Hi, it’s Patrik Hutzel from intensivecarehotline.com with another quick tip for families in intensive care. So today, I have an email from Patricia who says, “Hi Patrik, My mother was… The post Quick Tip for Fam…
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The Vasopressor & Inotrope Handbook I have written "The Vasopressor & Inotrope Handbook: A Practical Guide for Healthcare Professionals," a must-read for anyone caring for critically ill patients (check out the reviews)! You have several options to get a physical copy while supporting my endeavors. If you're in the US, you can order ⁠A SIGNED & PER…
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On this episode of the Maine Farmcast, Dr. Colt W. Knight, Associate Extension Professor and State Livestock Specialist for the University of Maine Cooperative Extension, meets up with Dr. Derek Bailey, Professor Emeritus for New Mexico State University, and Dr. Colin Tobin, Research Animal Scientist at the Carrington Research Station for North Dak…
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Chase Cottam, of Hobaica home services shares his journey from Tech to GM, a story covering over 15 years. He shares what principles and values got him to where he is today, and what makes Hobaica so special. From talking with Chase, he's the kind of tech I would want taking care of my house. Be like Chase, care for the homeowner and provide gold s…
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Patients with a heart rate less than 60 are bradycardic. Some people can have a resting heart rate in the 40s without any compromise. For others, a heart rate of 50 or less could signify the need for immediate intervention and warrants additional assessment. Signs & symptoms that indicate a bradycardic patient is unstable. Monitoring oxygen saturat…
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Hi, it’s Patrik Hutzel from intensivecarehotline.com with another quick tip for families in intensive care. Today, I have an email from Christian who says, “Hi Patrik, My dad was resuscitated after a cardiac arrest in ICU because he had an upper gastrointestinal (GI) bleed, and now he is two days out of sedation and his eyes… The post Quick Tip for…
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In this episode of SwineTime, Dr. Spencer Wayne sits down with Jake Geisler and Hayden Kerkaert, both with Pipestone Nutrition, to chat about the basics of commodity management. They discuss the tools farmers can use to save money on better ingredients and boost their bottom line. Jake emphasizes the importance of customer service, simplifying the …
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Poison, Yo-Yo, and Cough lead us to hair bands, Brett trying to convince Adal and Rob that he can qualify for an Olympic event, Luden's Cough Drops, and more. New episodes every Tuesday. Editing by: Julia WD Harrison Theme by: Arne Parrott Logo by: Casey Borden You can email the show at twapod@gmail.com See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/priva…
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The goal of CPR is to keep the brain and vital organs perfused until return of spontaneous circulation (ROSC) is achieved. Post-arrest care and recovery are the final two links in the chain of survival. Identification of ROSC during CPR. Initial patient management goals after identifying ROSC. The patient’s GCS/LOC should be evaluated to determine …
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Returning champion Ellora Coupe joins us to talk about the recent report that Her Own Space has published about the place of women in the retrofit sector, which is heartening, insightful, and damning in equal measure. A great piece of work that everyone interested in the sector should heed. Perhaps more importantly, she's with us to promote the inc…
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Quick Tip for Families in Intensive Care: Non-Consensual Withdrawal of Life Support – Supreme Court Upholds $5 Million Verdict Hi, it’s Patrik Hutzel from intensivecarehotline.com with another quick tip for families in intensive care. Today, I actually want to quote a blog post from one of our associates, Professor Thaddeus Mason Pope, who is an… T…
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Send us a Text Message. A converation with Charles Weschler After completing his Ph.D. in chemistry at the University of Chicago, Dr. Weschler did postdoctoral studies with Prof. Fred Basolo at Northwestern University. In 1975 he joined Bell Laboratories as a research scientist in the Physical Chemistry Division. He conducted research at Bell Labs …
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Ayse Akcan Arikan, MD is a dual trained pediatric intensivist and nephrologist and an Associate Professor of Pediatrics with tenure at Baylor College of Medicine. She is the Associate Chief (Research) of the Division of Critical Care Medicine. Dr Arikan is a clinician-scientist whose research focus is on the recognition and management of acute kidn…
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The chain of survival for ACLS is the same as was learned in your BLS class. The beginning steps of the Cardiac Emergency and Stroke chain of survival. ACLS's timed goals for first medical contact to PCI for STEMI and door-to-needle for ischemic stroke. Characteristics of areas that have significantly better stroke and out-of-hospital cardiac arres…
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Hi, it’s Patrik Hutzel from intensivecarehotline.com today, with another testimonial from a client. And I’m just going to read the testimonial out as it is. It’s quite funny actually, it’s obviously relevant for families in critical care or families who have a loved one in intensive care. But the way the client has written the… The post Quick Tip f…
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Hi, it’s Patrik Hutzel from intensivecarehotline.com with another quick tip for families in intensive care. So, today I have a question from Tom who says, “My mother is in intensive care with a metabolic encephalopathy after open heart surgery, coronary artery bypass grafts. What are treatment options?” Well, most coronary artery bypass grafts, or …
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Should My 90-Year-Old Mother After Stroke & CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation) Have a Tracheostomy? Quick Tip for Families in ICU! Hi, it’s Patrik Hutzel from intensivecarehotline.com with another quick tip for families in intensive care. So, today’s tip is a question from Nikki who says, “The doctors are recommending not using a tracheostomy due …
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Timely and appropriate administration of empiric broad-spectrum antibiotics for adult patients with sepsis is critical. Current guidelines recommend an antipseudomonal antibiotic for those at risk of a resistant gram-negative organism. The two most common antipseudomonal antibiotics prescribed in this setting are cefepime and piperacillin-tazobacta…
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Join ASHRAE Senior Manager of Standards, Ryan Shanley, and guests Doug Reindl and Stet Sanborn as they discuss the transition from high GWP to ultra-low GWP refrigerants. Further talking points include the marketplace for A1, A2 and A3 refrigerants, as well as how this phase of flammable refrigeration use impacts ASHRAE Standard 15, Safety Standard…
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Hi, it’s Patrik Hutzel from intensivecarehotline.com with another quick tip for families in intensive care. So today I want to once again talk about the characteristics of families in intensive care who get what they want and who are not beholden by the “agenda” of intensive care teams and who are negotiating successfully with intensive… The post Q…
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In today's episode, we will discuss sepsis in long-term care. This is Part 1 of a two-part series. Part 1 will provide an overview of sepsis in the long-term care (LTC) setting, including addressing prevention, early detection, and treatment. We're joined by Emily Magee, MPH, CIC, infection prevention supervisor for Pennsylvania Project Firstline a…
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What are the outcomes in patients who suffer in-hospital cardiac arrest based on the duration of the code? This podcast episode covers a retrospective cohort study that analyzed this. The Vasopressor & Inotrope Handbook I have written "The Vasopressor & Inotrope Handbook: A Practical Guide for Healthcare Professionals," a must-read for anyone carin…
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Want to stay updated on the latest in infection prevention and control? Join hosts Nicki Shore and Jessica Swain in the "Science into Practice" podcast brought to you by the Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology. In their most recent episode, they welcomed Dr. Jose Cadena and Ms. Delvina (Mimi) Ford to talk about their…
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Hi, it’s Patrik Hutzel from intensivecarehotline.com with another quick tip for families in intensive care. Today, I have a question from Gabby who says, “Hi Patrik, I need to ask you a question. My mother is in ICU. She’s 67 years of age. She got intubated about a month ago and ten days later, they… The post Quick Tip for Families in Intensive Car…
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Presenters: Aaron Burchael & Chris Byrne Record Date: 05/06/2023 Welcome to The Camping Crew podcast with Aaron Burchael & Chris Byrne This is meant to be a fun podcast, we are just enthusiasts and what we discuss on the podcast are just our own personal views. If you would like to support the podcast and you can afford it you can buy us a coffee a…
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On this episode of the Maine Farmcast, Dr. Glenda Pereira, Assistant Extension Professor & State Dairy Specialist for the University of Maine Cooperative Extension, has an on-farm conversation with Heath Miller. Heath and his family were awarded the 2023 Maine Dairy farm of the year and New England Green Pastures Winner for the state of Maine. The …
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In this episode, we're diving deep into one of the most pressing issues faced by home service businesses today: employee turnover. High turnover rates can cripple a company’s growth, affect customer satisfaction, and increase operational costs. But don't worry, we've got you covered! Learn more about Joe Crisara at; https://servicemvp.com Subscribe…
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Hi, it’s Patrik Hutzel from intensivecarehotline.com with another quick tip for families in intensive care. So, I had an email from a reader who says, “I’m very unsure how to take care of my daughter in an induced coma in intensive care”, and I can only imagine. Well, I know how frustrating it is for… The post Quick Tip for Families in Intensive Ca…
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