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We are a couple of of Pulm/CCM providers who love all things pulmonary, resus and critical care. We breathe life into fresh FOAM content and stream it directly to your auditory cortex at 6mb/kg. Show notes at Pulmcast.com/podcast
 
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To shock, or not to shock? We'll help you figure that out. Today we go over the basics of atrial fibrillation. See more and see attributes at pulmcast.comBy Pulmcast.
 
Bicarb - should you give it or should you not? We break down the physiology of bicarb and its role in critically ill patients. See shownotes and attributions at pulmcast.comBy Pulmcast.
 
We sit down with experts Dr. Chad Miller and Dr. Craig Patterson and delve into the diagnosis of pulmonary hypertension. Read more and see attributes at pulmcast.comBy Pulmcast.
 
For many years we’ve focused on mechanical ventilation, but one thing that is thought about less often is getting patients off that support. In this episode, we dive deep into SBTs and getting patients successfully off the vent. See show notes and attributions at pulmcast.comBy Pulmcast.
 
How can we be better educators and change the world of education at the same time? Our Pulmcast team sat down with Dr. Rob Rogers enthusiast of all things medical education to pick his brain on a host of topics. See more and read attributions at pulmcast.comBy Pulmcast.
 
ACLS is well known to most providers, but the thing that is difficult, even to seasoned providers, is taking control of the room. Read show notes and see attributions at www.pulmcast.comBy Pulmcast.
 
When it comes to our daily lives, we sometimes forget to invest in one the most important things that factor into our health, happiness and well being - sleep. In todays episode we interview sleep expert Dr. Michael Grandner to help us navigate this world. Read show notes and attributions at pulmcast.com…
 
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In a lot of our training we spend a lot of time learning how to get a history and physical - which is all important and good - IF that patient is stable enough for you to spend an hour thinking through it. Read show notes and see attributions at pulmcast.comBy Pulmcast.
 
In Part II we dive deeper into melatonin, hypnotics and other drugs used to help with sleep/wake as well as test Dr. Schmitt with different scenarios. Check out Part I if you haven't seen it already; Read show notes and see attributions at pulmcast.comBy Pulmcast.
 
In Part 1 we go over sleep physiology, why night shift is so bad for you, sleep hygiene and environment as well as the use of caffeine. Read more at pulmcast.comBy Pulmcast.
 
Get our your cordis’ and coffee - today we get the full scope on GI Bleeds and Hemorrhagic Shock. Read more and see attributes at pulmcast.comBy Pulmcast.
 
We dive deeper into the world of Procalcitonin and help explain what it’s all about, when you should order it and its clinical significance. See more and read attributions at pulmcast.comBy Pulmcast.
 
In this episode, we break down interpreting ABGs into five easy steps to help take your acid-base game to the next level. Read show notes and see attributes at pulmcast.com/abgBy Pulmcast.
 
Is competence your target? Or are you shooting for expertise? Read more and see attributions at pulmcast.comBy Pulmcast.
 
Oh stress - we meet again. Four strategies to beat the stress of a complex clinical scenario, and just in time. Read more at pulmcast.comBy Pulmcast.
 
In this weeks pulmcast little, we go over a little problem with lots of consequences: hyperkalemia. See more at pulmcast.comBy Pulmcast.
 
In this episode, we had the honor of interviewing Dr. Antonio Anzueto who helped develop the new 2017 GOLD Guidelines. See more at pulmcast.comBy Pulmcast.
 
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Episode Notes Let's learn how to fetch! See show notes and episode attributes at pulmcast.comBy Pulmcast.
 
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Although it may seem easy, it's not REALLY that easy - things can get a little more.. hairy. Read more/find attributions at pulmcast.comBy Pulmcast.
 
What side are you on? Read more/see attributions at pulmcast.comBy Pulmcast.
 
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Episode Notes A profoundly lethal gas that can tear apart your cells piece by piece, leading to tissue damage and organ failure. A gas you're breathing in - right NOW. Read more: https://buff.ly/2kbiTAqBy Pulmcast.
 
Part II of our essential-to-know ARDS series. What do you do after you have placed the patient on ARDSnet, but they remain hypoxemic? And most importantly - What happened to Phil?! Read more at Pulmcast.comBy Pulmcast.
 
Listen to part 1 to learn the essentials of what you need to know about ARDS. Read more at Pulmcast.comBy Pulmcast.
 
Show Notes How do you set up the room for a patient to be intubated if you aren't credentialed for airway management? What do you do while you're waiting for someone to come in and tube the patient? This episode will tell you how! Read more at Pulmcast.comBy Pulmcast.
 
Show Notes This episode is about the AF Bundle of ICU Care. More info at Pulmcast.comBy Pulmcast.
 
Show Notes This is core content - you GOTTA know it: SHOCK. To read more and for attributions, go to Pulmcast.com.By Pulmcast.
 
We sat down with Dr. Dana Edelson - internal medicine physician, entrepreneur, and internationally recognized expert in cardiac arrest. In this episode we talk cardiac arrest, sepsis, how to become an entrepreneur in medicine and finally how big data & analytics help us to identify subtle changes in clinical stability. VIsit Pulmcast for full s ...…
 
Show Notes Visit Pulmcast.com to view our show notes and learn more!By Pulmcast.
 
Show Notes We invited Dr. Robert Baughman, the world's leading expert on sarcoidosis from the University of Cincinnati onto the show to discuss some advanced topics in sarcoidosis management. Check out Pulmcast.com for full show notes!By Pulmcast.
 
Show Notes In this episode we discuss HARM: Does a given exposure cause HARM and a given patient population? To answer this style of PICO quesiton, we utilize observational studies. Tune in and check out Pulmcast.com for the show notes.By Pulmcast.
 
Show Notes We bring in Dr. Chad Case, Chief of Critical Care out our shop, to talk controversies in sepsis management. Is EGDT dead? If so, what do we teach non-intensivists that staff 70% of ICUs nation-wide? Does dobutamine belong in the trash along with CVP, ScvO2, passive leg raise, PA caths & POCUS? Is there anything we CAN do nowadays?? A ...…
 
Show Notes Welcome to our latest installment of our [JC Series]! In this episode we cover THERAPY: Does a given intervention have a meaningful effect on patient outcomes? We also have some SISSoL (STATS IN 60 SECONDS OR LESS) topics cooking for you: Risk, Confidence Intervals and the Number Needed to Treat. Listen & take a look at our show note ...…
 
Show Notes Listen as we critically appraise the MACMAN Trial (JAMA 2017;317(5):483-493. doi:10.1001/jama.2016.20603). This trial is an RCT looking at VL vs DL for routine orotracheal intubation in the intensive care unit. This is part of our Journal Club Series - if you haven't listened to episode 1, hit pause and go listen to that first! Check ...…
 
Show Notes We work in a multi-hospital system made up of multiple secondary community hospitals and one large quarternary facility downtown. Our community hospitals have a strong ICU team who routinely admit and manage patients with severe ARDS. They are capable of paralytics and proning but do not have access to ECMO. The questions we often st ...…
 
Show Notes We invited Ryan and Sarah Gibson on the show for an inspiring talk about their experiences dealing with critical illness, rehabilitation, managing expectations and life after the intensive care unit. Ryan's StoryOn August 8th 2015, Ryan suffered a traumatic injury to his neck after diving into shallow water at Lake Hartwell. He broke ...…
 
Show Notes Let's face it: we aren't always very good at communicating in medicine. Hopefully this podcast will make you better. Today we discuss the Assessment Oriented Presentation. In short, start with your James Bond Moment. Be concise. Cut the fluff. Full show notes can be found at Pulmcast.comBy Pulmcast.
 
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Show Notes In this episode, we discuss human factors in airway management with Dr. Curtis Coley, MD. Visit Pulmcast.com for the complete show notes!By Pulmcast.
 
Show Notes In this episode, we discuss some lung transplant core content topics; inspired by a recent grand rounds lecture by Dr. Randy Young. Stay on the lookout for part II, an interview Dr. Young. Visit Pulmcast.com for the complete show notes!By Pulmcast.
 
Show Notes In this episode, we discuss the treatment of low-risk patients with Acute PE at home without admission. We have invited a special guest -- one of our intensivist, Jermaine Jackson, MD. Visit Pulmcast.com for the complete show notes!By Pulmcast.
 
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