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Pulseless Electrical Activity ( PEA ) is confusing! The diagnosis and treatment of PEA is bogged down by terminology and misunderstandings. Spurred by a recent interview I did with Anton Helman of EM Cases, I lay down some of my thoughts on PEA here. The last time I discussed these issues was 5 years ago with Zack and Joe on EDECMO 13.PEA Progr ...…
 
The U.S. has seen pre-hospital programs spring up in Paris, UK, and Australia. It was thought that due to billing issues this could never happen in America….but it has. Jon Marinaro and Darren Braude have accomplished this against all odds. Zack interviews the two of them on how they were able to accomplish this task amidst the many financial, ...…
 
The U.S. has seen pre-hospital programs spring up in Paris, UK, and Australia. It was thought that due to billing issues this could never happen in America….but it has. Jon Marinaro and Darren Braude have accomplished this against all odds. Zack interviews the two of them on how they were able to accomplish this task amidst the many financial, ...…
 
The U.S. has seen pre-hospital programs spring up in Paris, UK, and Australia. It was thought that due to billing issues this could never happen in America….but it has. Jon Marinaro and Darren Braude have accomplished this against all odds. Zack interviews the two of them on how they were able to accomplish this task amidst the many financial, ...…
 
Some dozen years ago, a couple of my buddies and I created the RUSH exam. Today, I give you an update:By Scott D. Weingart, MD FCCM.
 
Over the last several years, data has suggested that partial or intermittent REBOA may have benefit over complete REBOA. How to do this and how to use our current imperfect catheters in this arena is still in question. Dr. Matthew Martin and his colleagues at Madigan Medical Center have published the first study using Prytime's new catheter for ...…
 
Over the last several years, data has suggested that partial or intermittent REBOA may have benefit over complete REBOA. How to do this and how to use our current imperfect catheters in this arena is still in question. Dr. Matthew Martin and his colleagues at Madigan Medical Center have published the first study using Prytime's new catheter for ...…
 
Over the last several years, data has suggested that partial or intermittent REBOA may have benefit over complete REBOA. How to do this and how to use our current imperfect catheters in this arena is still in question. Dr. Matthew Martin and his colleagues at Madigan Medical Center have published the first study using Prytime's new catheter for ...…
 
Are you a people-oriented or care-oriented resus doc?By Scott D. Weingart, MD FCCM.
 
There is a group of clinicians operating on the front line of war zones with no other purpose than to save lives. Global Response Management's Helen Perry comes on the show to discuss their work.Helen Perry ACNP-BC, MSN, RN, CCRN, CENTheir motto is semper vitae--always life. Their mission is to provide life saving emergency and prehospital care ...…
 
A post arrest patient just got initiated on ECMO. Do you give fluids, add pressors, or increase flow? Marc Dickstein, an anesthesiologist from Columbia University and an expert in the physiology of ECMO, talks with Zack about how to manage these patients, what diagnostics we need and how to optimize your use of the machine. This talk is a must ...…
 
A post arrest patient just got initiated on ECMO. Do you give fluids, add pressors, or increase flow? Marc Dickstein, an anesthesiologist from Columbia University and an expert in the physiology of ECMO, talks with Zack about how to manage these patients, what diagnostics we need and how to optimize your use of the machine. This talk is a must ...…
 
A post arrest patient just got initiated on ECMO. Do you give fluids, add pressors, or increase flow? Marc Dickstein, an anesthesiologist from Columbia University and an expert in the physiology of ECMO, talks with Zack about how to manage these patients, what diagnostics we need and how to optimize your use of the machine. This talk is a must ...…
 
A video version of the rebellion's attempts to overthrow the STEMI EmpireBy Scott D. Weingart, MD FCCM.
 
Do you give heparin to your ECMO patients? Well, let's rethink this. This episode is All Things Anticoagulation! Zack talks with Troy Seelhammer, an intensivist from Mayo Clinic Rochester. He manages ECMO patients in his daily practice there. He has become a master of the subject of anticoagulation. He will talk about heparin, bilvalirudin, or ...…
 
Do you give heparin to your ECMO patients? Well, let's rethink this. This episode is All Things Anticoagulation! Zack talks with Troy Seelhammer, an intensivist from Mayo Clinic Rochester. He manages ECMO patients in his daily practice there. He has become a master of the subject of anticoagulation. He will talk about heparin, bilvalirudin, or ...…
 
Do you give heparin to your ECMO patients? Well, let's rethink this. This episode is All Things Anticoagulation! Zack talks with Troy Seelhammer, an intensivist from Mayo Clinic Rochester. He manages ECMO patients in his daily practice there. He has become a master of the subject of anticoagulation. He will talk about heparin, bilvalirudin, or ...…
 
All the dope on Dissociated Awake Intubation using KetamineBy Scott D. Weingart, MD FCCM.
 
In this episode, Sacha Richardson talks with Zack about a problem common to all ECPR programs- how do we confirm the placement of the wires? During chest compressions and even in patients with a pulse, confirmation of which vessel you have cannulated can be difficult. Sacha shares some tricks and trips on how to get real time confirmation of th ...…
 
In this episode, Sacha Richardson talks with Zack about a problem common to all ECPR programs- how do we confirm the placement of the wires? During chest compressions and even in patients with a pulse, confirmation of which vessel you have cannulated can be difficult. Sacha shares some tricks and trips on how to get real time confirmation of th ...…
 
In this episode, Sacha Richardson talks with Zack about a problem common to all ECPR programs- how do we confirm the placement of the wires? During chest compressions and even in patients with a pulse, confirmation of which vessel you have cannulated can be difficult. Sacha shares some tricks and trips on how to get real time confirmation of th ...…
 
In this episode, we again explore the world of the distal perfusion catheter. You heard from Joe Dubose the vascular surgeons point of view; now let's see how non-surgeon resuscitationists are dealing with this problem. You will hear from Chris Couch, a critical care trained emergency physician from Dallas Texas and his colleague Omar Hernandez ...…
 
In this episode, we again explore the world of the distal perfusion catheter. You heard from Joe Dubose the vascular surgeons point of view; now let's see how non-surgeon resuscitationists are dealing with this problem. You will hear from Chris Couch, a critical care trained emergency physician from Dallas Texas and his colleague Omar Hernandez ...…
 
In this episode, we again explore the world of the distal perfusion catheter. You heard from Joe Dubose the vascular surgeons point of view; now let's see how non-surgeon resuscitationists are dealing with this problem. You will hear from Chris Couch, a critical care trained emergency physician from Dallas Texas and his colleague Omar Hernandez ...…
 
Episode 53 is all about the distal perfusion catheter12. We are inserting a 15-19 Fr catheter into the femoral artery. This limits the flow of blood to the affected extremity. Many institutions have gone to mandatory distal perfusion catheters. This episode is all about those catheters – when, how, which, and where. Joe Dubose, the world reknow ...…
 
Episode 53 is all about the distal perfusion catheter12. We are inserting a 15-19 Fr catheter into the femoral artery. This limits the flow of blood to the affected extremity. Many institutions have gone to mandatory distal perfusion catheters. This episode is all about those catheters – when, how, which, and where. Joe Dubose, the world reknow ...…
 
Episode 53 is all about the distal perfusion catheter12. We are inserting a 15-19 Fr catheter into the femoral artery. This limits the flow of blood to the affected extremity. Many institutions have gone to mandatory distal perfusion catheters. This episode is all about those catheters – when, how, which, and where. Joe Dubose, the world reknow ...…
 
ED Nephrology with the Kidney Boy, Joel TopfBy Scott D. Weingart, MD FCCM.
 
1,23456 We've all heard of therapeutic hypothermia. Some of us have heard of deep hypothermia for traumatic arrest. But what about deep regional hypothermia of brain for cardiac arrest! Zack interviewed Rob Schultz, a CT surgeon resident from Calgary who is doing research on deep hypothermia of the brain using some of the tactics that are utili ...…
 
1,23456 We've all heard of therapeutic hypothermia. Some of us have heard of deep hypothermia for traumatic arrest. But what about deep regional hypothermia of brain for cardiac arrest! Zack interviewed Rob Schultz, a CT surgeon resident from Calgary who is doing research on deep hypothermia of the brain using some of the tactics that are utili ...…
 
1,23456 We've all heard of therapeutic hypothermia. Some of us have heard of deep hypothermia for traumatic arrest. But what about deep regional hypothermia of brain for cardiac arrest! Zack interviewed Rob Schultz, a CT surgeon resident from Calgary who is doing research on deep hypothermia of the brain using some of the tactics that are utili ...…
 
New stuff on sepsis resuscitation for 2019By Scott D. Weingart, MD FCCM.
 
#tbs19 The Big Sick—- You've heard of ECMO for cardiac arrest- utilizing a mechanical pump to aid in perfusion of the coronaries. What if you can't do ECMO? What if your resources are such that simply can't lug a 10 kilogram machine out into the field? Well, Jostein Brede may have something for you to consider. He and several other places world ...…
 
#tbs19 The Big Sick—- You've heard of ECMO for cardiac arrest- utilizing a mechanical pump to aid in perfusion of the coronaries. What if you can't do ECMO? What if your resources are such that simply can't lug a 10 kilogram machine out into the field? Well, Jostein Brede may have something for you to consider. He and several other places world ...…
 
#tbs19 The Big Sick—- You've heard of ECMO for cardiac arrest- utilizing a mechanical pump to aid in perfusion of the coronaries. What if you can't do ECMO? What if your resources are such that simply can't lug a 10 kilogram machine out into the field? Well, Jostein Brede may have something for you to consider. He and several other places world ...…
 
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