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Bridging the gap between literature and practice in pediatric intensive care. Featuring guests from around the world and pediatric intensive care specialists Greg Kelly (Westmead Children's Hospital Sydney), Peta Alexander (Boston Children's Hospital) and Mike Clifford (Royal Children's Hospital Melbourne) Pediatrica intensiva won’t tell you the answers, because no one knows what they are, but we can give you a chance to hear respected experts talk about what they actually do with some of th ...
 
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Analgesia and/or Sedation is provided to almost all the patients in the #pedsICU but it is something that often lacks precision. In this episode we speak to intensivist Prof Jayashree Muralidharan, #pedsICU nurse Sharon Prior and pharmacist Jonathon Wong Pediatrica Intensiva season 3 is guest edited by Professor Karen Choong from McMaster Universit…
 
Delirium is a hugely important topic in the #pedsICU with up to 90% of some patient populations being affected and impacts on disease severity, length of stay and quality of life, even months after discharge. It is related to underlying disease, but also to the drugs and abnormal environment that we expose our patients to. Chani Traube and Deb Long…
 
Early Mobilization in the #pedsICU with groundbreaker Sapna Kudchadkar from Johns Hopkins Early Mobilization is enormously important because while survival continues to increase, so do the numbers of children who leave PICU with a new functional limitation. Survival is not enough anymore - it's all about the quality of survival Pediatrica Intensiva…
 
Survival in PICU continues to increase around the world. The hidden cost of this is ever increasing numbers of children with severe, sometimes lifelong, problems from their critical illness and intensive care stay. Joining us as a guest editor for this season is one of the world experts on this topic - Professor Karen Choong from McMaster Universit…
 
6th regular episode of Pediatrica Intensiva with Aparna Hoskote, consultant in cardiac ICU at Great Ormond St Hospital London. The time around the stage 1 procedure is the time of the highest mortality for single ventricle patients, up to 15%. What we do in the #pedsICU really matters for these patients but there is very little high quality evidenc…
 
5th regular episode of Pediatrica Intensiva with Peta Alexander from Boston Children's, Mike Clifford from Royal Children's Melbourne & Greg Kelly from Westmead Children's Sydney. The interstage is a time of incredibly high mortality despite the fact it only lasts a few months. These patients can get sick for a variety of reasons between the mundan…
 
4th regular episode of Pediatrica Intensiva with Liz Crowe - Senior PICU Social Worker Having a child with single ventricle disease is an extraordinarily stressful time for the child, the family, and the staff who are involved. Liz Crowe is a world expert on these matters with over 20 years experience clinical work and a near completed PhD on grief…
 
3rd regular episode of Pediatrica Intensiva with Dr Ravi Thiagarajan - Division Chief of Cardiovascular Critical Care at Boston Children's Hospital Patients with single ventricle heart disease are a very high risk group for cardiopulmonary arrest and requirement for ECMO support. Arrest and CPR is not inevitable and we are increasingly finding ways…
 
2nd regular episode of Pediatrica Intensiva with Dr Mike Seed, division head of cardiology from Sick Kids and also a fully qualified cardiac radiologist. Patients with otherwise normal hearts can tolerate single residual lesions fairly well, but in single ventricle patients they are often associated with major adverse outcomes. Modern management in…
 
1st regular episode of Pediatrica Intensiva with Dr Peter Laussen, cardiac intensivist & anaesthesiologist from Boston Children's Hospital who is one of the world's most experienced people at dealing with borderline left heart patients, one of the toughest groups of critical congenital heart patients. These patients are tricky because of issues wit…
 
A podcast that aims to bridge the gap between literature and practice for pediatric critical care clinicians. Hosted by Drs Peta Alexander, cardiologist & intensivist at Boston Children’s Hospital; Mike Clifford, intensivist & anaesthetist at Royal Children’s Melbourne and Greg Kelly, intensivist at Westmead Children’s Hospital, Sydney, Australia S…
 
4th special episode of Pediatrica intensiva with Dr Sam Parnia, intensivist at NYC Langone, & ICU social worker & world-leading resilience expert Liz Crowe. At the time of recording in April 2020, only Wuhan, Italy and NYC had sizeable COVID-19 epidemics. Link to written summary of this podcast: https://twitter.com/PedsIntensiva/status/125427055511…
 
3rd interview between Pediatrica intensiva team and Drs Giovanna Colombo and Lorenzo Grazioli at the epicentre of the Italian outbreak in Bergamo, Italy. At the time of recording in early April 2020, Italy was still at the peak of their crisis and New York and other places was starting to see a sizeable number of cases. Link to written podcast summ…
 
Pediatrica Intensiva episode 2. Italian intensivists Gio Colombo & Lorenzo Grazioli report from Bergamo, Italy, 2 weeks into their enormous epidemic of COVID-19, the first outbreak outside Wuhan, China. Link to written summary: https://twitter.com/PedsIntensiva/status/1242087069221965824?s=20 Find and follow Pediatrica Intensiva on Twitter here: ht…
 
Recorded in early March 2020, one of the first interviews with frontline intensive care doctors about the realities of managing an epidemic of COVID-19 and critically ill COVID-19 patients in Bergamo, Italy. At the time of recording Italy was the only place outside Wuhan with a sizeable outbreak and the entire world was not prepared for what was to…
 
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