Core Content, Renal/Endocrine/Metabolic / August 18, 2016, Pallone- Acid-Base physiology, a tale of NH3, Core Content, Pharm/Toxicology / August 11, 2016. 193 EpisodesProduced by Maryland CC ProjectWebsite. Dr. Rubin is a recent transplant from Boston where he served as director of nephrology education and director of the Transplant Nephrology Fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital. Dr. Scott has proved time and time again that there are no definitives in medicine and today he tackles a very polarizing topic: what to do with a submassive PE? Today we welcome one of the gurus in anti-coagulant reversal, John J. Lewin. Galvagno & Carpenter – Molecular Adsorbent Recirculating System: Life on MARS. Dr. Potosky was an undergrad, medical student, resident, and fellow of the University of Maryland system. Today is quite a pleasure and a unique opportunity for MCCP, this talk was sent to us by Andrew Lim, MD. Dr. Tanaka discusses how to stop the bleeding like a sniper, rather than using a shotgun approach. Core Content, Nutrition, Other / April 20, 2017, Core Content, Pharm/Toxicology / April 20, 2017, Heavner: Pharmacokinetic & pharmacodynamic changes in critically ill patients, Core Content, Rehabilitation and Long Term Care / March 26, 2017. Jonathan Trager, DO, PA Medical Director at Lehigh University EMS & Police Department and PA Medical Director- Emergency/EMS, Transport and Critical Care Transport at St. Luke’s Emergency & Transport Services, presents the weekly multi-departmental critical care fellows’ lecture (Thursday, 6/13) on “Patient Transport: In-between & Within.”, José G. Merino, M.D., M.Phil., FAAN, FAHA, Associate Professor, Department of Neurology at the University of Maryland SOM and US Research Editor, The BMJ, presents the weekly multi-departmental critical care fellows’ lecture on “Appraising manuscripts: an editor’s perspective.”, Keegan Tupchong, MD, Fellow, Critical Care Medicine, Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine at the U of Maryland SOM, presents the weekly multi-departmental critical care fellows’ lecture on “Decision-making in Critical Care Triage.”. This course is tailored to both give beginners some foundation on ECMO and also introduce some novel concepts to those in the audience that consider themselves experts. Today we have the pleasure of undergoing something we have NEVER before demonstrated on MCCP, our first whiteboard lecture! The First ARDS Consensus Definitions 1994 American-European Consensus conference: “syndrome of inflammation and increased permeability” Acute onset Bilateral Infiltrates on CXR PaO1/FIO2 <300 No evidence of cardiogenic edema …, Summary by Dr. Tony Basel Stroke:  A clinical neurologic syndrome that occurs when blood flow to the brain is interrupted by either a blocked (Ischemic) or ruptured (Hemorrhagic) blood vessel. Core Content, Pulmonary / August 17, 2017, Kritek: ARDS Management Overview (What can whiteboards do for you? Dr. Burton Lee, Head of Medical Education and Global Critical Care at the National Institutes of Health presents on medical education and global critical care. Core Content, Neurology / November 26, 2015, Cardiovascular, Core Content, Surgical/Trauma / November 8, 2015, Galvagno: End Points of Resuscitation in Traumatic Shock, Pulmonary, Uncategorized / October 24, 2015, Galvin: Lung Imaging as a Bridge to Anatomy, Physiology, and Histology, Hu: Bronchopleural Fistula- Summary and Recommendations, Cardiovascular, Core Content / October 14, 2015, Haase/Murthi: LVEF and VTI: Making sense of left ventricular output, Core Content, Pulmonary / October 7, 2015, Shiber: Non-Invasive Ventilation in the ICU, Core Content, Renal/Endocrine/Metabolic / September 30, 2015, Abdelhady: Who's who in the Acid/Base story…, McCarthy: "Choosing Wisely", how we can save modern medicine, Core Content, Neurology / September 1, 2015, Motta – Cutting Edge Acute Ischemic Stroke Care, Core Content, Hematology/Oncology / August 24, 2015, Frank: Transfusion Practice and Blood Management, Core Content, Neurology, Rehabilitation and Long Term Care / March 27, 2014. Categories. I assure you, this talk will truly open your mind into exactly how LITTLE we know about fluid resuscitation! Dr. Law is a true home grown talent, doing both her medical school and medicine residency here at the University of Maryland before leaving to do her fellowship in Hematology/Oncology at UT Southwestern down in Dallas, Texas. “Nephrology and Toxicology Challenges in COVID-19: AKI, Addiction, and Accidental Poisonings”, Dr. Sarah B. Murthi, MD, Associate Professor of Surgery at the University of Maryland School of Medicine and director of the the critical care ultrasound program presents the weekly multi disciplinary critical care lecture. by Maryland CC Project for free. She is the Cardiology Fellowship Program Director and an interventionist actively involved in the insertion and management of these devices. Today we are immensely honored to welcome Timothy G. Buchman, PhD, MD, FACS, FCCP, MCCM, Professor of Surgery and Anesthesiology, Emory University School of Medicine. Today we welcome Dr. Thomas Pallone, Professor of Medicine in the Division of Nephrology here at the University of Maryland. Dr. Robert Reed, MD, Associate Professor of Medicine at the University of Maryland, presents a timely topic on steroids use in ARDS and COVID-19 related respiratory failure. July 11th, 2016 • 51:31. Critical Care Medicine, Education, Ultrasound, Ultrasound / March 25, 2017, Hirsch – neuroprognostication after arrest 3-23-17, Papali – ICU in Resource Limited Countries 3-16-17, Cardiovascular, Core Content / March 12, 2017, Mazzeffi: Management of Bleeding in Patients on Mechanical Circulatory Support, Core Content, Obstetrics Critical Care / March 2, 2017, Vaught – Obstetric Emergencies in the ICU 3-2-17, Core Content, Critical Care Medicine, Other, Uncategorized / February 25, 2017, Gingold – racial disparities in ICU 2-2-17, Core Content, Epidemiology / January 29, 2017, Rothman: Beyond the Early Warning Score, The Rothman Index, Core Content, Pulmonary / January 11, 2017, Galvagno: Patient-ventilator interactions, perfusion-protection strategies, Core Content, Hematology/Oncology / January 8, 2017, Hardy: HSCT for the intensivist: indications, interventions, & complications, Core Content, Nutrition / November 15, 2016. In this demo, we walked the patient through how we optimize our patients organ perfusion while identifying, “ACLS Refractory” cardiac arrest care and those who meet inclusion for E-CPR. Today we welcome back Dr. Nirav Shah, program director for the Pulmonary and Critical Care Fellowship program at the University of Maryland Medical Center. His topic is timely, and is titled “Sleep self-care and resilience for health professionals during COVID-19”, This Critical Care Grand Rounds’ lecture is presented by Dr. Michael Shashaty, Assistant Professor of Medicine at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. In addition to his clinical work, Dr King is a prolific academician, publishing numerous journal articles on the topic of acute care toxicology. Next she moved on to the NIH where she completed both an ID fellowship and Research Fellowship in Immunology. In addition, Dr. Palmér has been invited to give over 200 international lectures on the topic of ECMO. This is an important issue for trainees and faculty. The title of his talk is “Angiotensin II for vasodilatory shock in the era of COVID-19”. This talk cannot be missed no matter which ICU you find yourself in! Join me in welcoming Kenichi Tanaka, M.D., MSc., Professor of Anesthesiology and Division Chief Cardiothoracic Anesthesiology at the University of Maryland Medical Center. Dr. Winters has become one of the most well known and widely published experts in the field of practicing critical care medicine in the emergency room. Even the experts in the audience will find tips and tricks to take back to the ICU in order to improve patient care. The title of today’s talk is “From Altar to Hospital to Academics: Ethics in Delivering Critical Care in Resource Limited Settings.”. 11 The EOLIA trial was the most recent trial to examine the use of ECMO in ARDS, but was stopped early due to futility. This course is tailored to both give beginners some foundation on ECMO and also introduce some novel …, Today you are welcome to a rarity in modern medicine, we will posting an ENTIRE ECMO course online, for free! This will be a weekly event for a three week stretch. Dr. Shiber is currently on loan to us here at the University of Maryland as he completes his Critical Care Medicine Fellowship. Summary written by Dr. Mustafa Abdulmahdi General Issues Patient at <20 week gestation can be treated similar to other ICU patients Fetus <32 week gestation may benefit from magnesium sulfate (less cerebral palsy in pre-term infants) Administration of betamethasone upon admission to ICU if you expect delivery in 1-2 weeks …, Lecture Pearls by: Faith Armstrong, MD CCM Fellow The most important thing is to identify these disorders which can potentially be fatal. Today he gives a preface for his revolutionary EPR-CAT trail. A variety of…, Continuing our ECMO Education Series, below is a video from one of our recent ECMO cannulations along with an outline of the steps, pearls, and pitfalls when initiating ECMO. Dr. James has earned too many accolades to list all in one place, briefly he joined Intermountain Healthcare in 1986 as the Director of Medical Research and Continuing Medical Education and quickly crafted Intermountain into a juggernaut of medical informatics pushing them to the pinnacles of quality health care. We stole him for a single hour to discuss some of the basics & cutting edge controversies about AKI in the the critically ill patient . Over the past number of years, he has been working closely with Dr. Nathan Shapiro …. Today we are exceedingly fortunate to have her grace the halls of The University of Maryland to give us a crash course on what we SHOULD be doing for our cardiac arrest patients. To kick things off we welcome in Dr. Michael Mazzeffi, Associate Professor of Anesthesia at the UMMC, where he additionally acts as the Director for Resident Research Education and Adult Cardiothoracic Fellowship Program Director. Dr. Massey got his Master’s Degree at MIT, as well as a PhD in physics at University of Michigan. Today he is gracious to have flown up in order to speak with us on a very hot topic: where is critical care going and how can we not be left behind? http://media.blubrry.com/marylandccproject/p/content.blubrry.com/marylandccproject/Frank-Evidence-based_Transfusion_Practice_and_Patient_Blood_Management.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS, POWERED BY THE CCP Network © 2018 | Disclaimer, Education, Evidence Based Medicine, General, Resuscitation, Statistics and Epidemiology / November 30, 2020, Churpek – Using Big Data to Detect and Prevent Clinical Deterioration, Education, Evidence Based Medicine, General, Mechanical Ventilation, Pulmonary / November 9, 2020, Critical Care Medicine, Education, Medical Education / September 29, 2020, Lee – Medical Education and Global Critical Care, Cardiovascular, Core Content, Critical Care Medicine / September 27, 2020, Zakaria – Ventricular Arrhythmias in the ICU, General, Medical Education, Renal/Endocrine/Metabolic, Uncategorized / September 13, 2020, General, Renal/Endocrine/Metabolic, Uncategorized / September 7, 2020, Grazioli – Continuous Renal Replacement Therapy in the ICU, Critical Care Medicine, Mechanical Ventilation, Pulmonary / September 4, 2020, Meduri – Glucocorticoid Treatment in ARDS: Safe and Highly Effective, Core Content, Critical Care Medicine, Pulmonary / September 4, 2020, Bain – ARDS: Recognition and Basics of Ventilator Management, Core Content, Critical Care Medicine, Education, Rehabilitation and Long Term Care / June 19, 2020, Core Content, General, Pulmonary / June 16, 2020, Core Content, Critical Care Medicine, Education, Infectious Disease, Pulmonary, Pulmonary / June 8, 2020, Cardiovascular, Core Content, Education, Pulmonary / June 1, 2020, Ramani – Pulmonary Hypertension for the Pulmonologist, Anesthesia Critical Care, Core Content, Critical Care Medicine, Education, Resuscitation / May 29, 2020, Core Content, Critical Care Medicine, Education, Renal/Endocrine/Metabolic / May 20, 2020, King – Nephrology and Toxicology Challenges in COVID-19, Core Content, Education, Ultrasound / May 15, 2020, Murthi – Lung Ultrasound in the ICU: Focus on COVID-19, Core Content, Critical Care Medicine, Education, Infectious Disease, Uncategorized / May 10, 2020, Saleeb – Nontuberculous Mycobacterial Infection, Critical Care Medicine, Education, Other, Uncategorized / May 8, 2020, Ward – Care in the Chaos: Pitfalls in Post-disaster and Conflict, Anesthesia Critical Care, Core Content, Education, Infectious Disease, Uncategorized / May 7, 2020, Chow – Investigational Therapeutics for the Treatment of SARS CoV-2, Core Content, Critical Care Medicine, Education, Pulmonary, Pulmonary, Uncategorized / May 5, 2020, Wickwire – Sleep selfcare and resilience for health professionals during COVID19, Core Content, Critical Care Medicine, General, Renal/Endocrine/Metabolic / May 1, 2020, Shashaty – AKI in Critical Illness: Using Human Study to Inform Mechanisms, Core Content, Critical Care Medicine, Education, General, Other / April 24, 2020, Brocco – Ethics in Delivering Critical Care in Resource Limited Settings, Core Content, General, Pulmonary / April 21, 2020, Cassady – CTEPH: Underestimated, Complex, Treatable, Critical Care Medicine, General / April 14, 2020, McCurdy – Angiotensin II in Vasodilatory Shock, Core Content, Critical Care Medicine, Education, Infectious Disease / April 4, 2020, Gordon – COVID-19 Literature Review Part 1, Hines – Regulatory Context of Occupational Lung Disease, Chow – Rescue Medications for COVID-19 Related Shock, Deepak – Smoking Liberation: Facts and Myths, Core Content, Critical Care Medicine, Education, Other, Ultrasound / March 11, 2020, Core Content, Critical Care Medicine, Education, Infectious Disease, Uncategorized / March 6, 2020. Keeping the Ivy League streak going he went onto to complete a medicine residency at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, and then a fellowship at both Harvard Medical School and Johns Hopkins Hospital. Dr. Matthew Churpek, Associate Professor of Medicine at the University of Wisconsin – Madison, presents on machine based learning and how it can be used in detection and early prevention of deteriorating patients. ECMO may often be referred to as ECLS (extracorporeal life support) or heart/lung bypass. Archives Archives. Dr. McCarthy recently practiced at the LSU Health Sciences Center, where he acted as an Assistant Professor of Medicine and Neurosurgery as well as the Assistant Director Neurosurgical Intensive Care Unit. Dr. Lewin recently published one of the recent landmark articles in the field of Neurocritical care: “Guideline for Reversal of Antithrombotics in Intracranial Hemorrhage”. Steven Cassady, Pulmonary and Critical Care Fellow, University of Maryland, School of Medicine presents pulmonary grand rounds titled “CTEPH: Underestimated, Complex, Treatable”. ... Maryland CC Project. The Critical Care Medicine Fellowship Program at the University of Maryland is designed to prepare both Internal Medicine- and Emergency Medicine-trained physicians in all aspects of medical, surgical, trauma and neurologic critical care. She then stayed on the NIH faculty for 10 years at the Experimental Transplantation and Immunology Branch of the National Cancer Institute until 2014. Dr. Samuel Tisherman, Professor of Surgery at the University of Maryland. Today Dr. Shah takes us back to the basics of ventilator use. Additionally, his academic prowess has yielded invitations to speak at many prestigious locations around the world. Trust me, this is a talk your patients cannot afford for you to miss! This talk is vital not only to the intensivist, but to everyone in the United States. Today we welcome a very special guest, Ms. Erin Gillard, LCSW-C. Ms. Gillard is the Clinical Manager, Family Services at The Living Legacy Foundation of Maryland. Don’t miss this opportunity to experience her brilliance! Maryland CC Project. Today he is gracious enough to spend 60 minutes with us, and not a second can be missed if you EVER expect to take care of a patient with a head bleed on AC!! Carl Shanholtz, MD, Professor of Medicine in the Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care and Director of the Medical ICU at the University of Maryland presents the multi-departmental critical care curriculum lecture on ARDS. Key Points. He has also made a name for himself as a clinical expert on the REAL ramifications of the boom that is Healthcare Reform. Core Content, Renal/Endocrine/Metabolic / June 22, 2016, Lane-Fall: After the ICU: post-intensive care syndrome, Core Content, Infectious Disease / May 22, 2016, Core Content, Epidemiology / April 28, 2016, Spiegel: Science vs. truth, an approach to journal analysis, Cardiovascular, Core Content / April 24, 2016, Airway Management, Core Content / April 12, 2016, Tisherman: Preventing surgical airway disasters. Dr. Tisherman is a recent transplant from the University of Pittsburg where he was the Director of the Multidisciplinary Critical Care Training Program and program director for the Surgical Critical Care Fellowship. He accomplished this by leveraging over 30 years of data analysis and mathematical modeling experience to create a method of tracking patient progress, allowing detection of declining health, and allowing earlier intervention. We are exceedingly fortunate to have him in town to speak on ICU management of Burns. Today she was kind enough to cross the USA and grace us with a fantastic, interactive, and highly educational talk on the ways we should and should not treat ARDS. Dr. Srivastava did her undergraduate work at Johns Hopkins University, then went to Virginia for …. You cannot find a more knowledgable and dedicated educator, so I hope you take advantage of this fantastic lecture! This afternoon we were fortunate to pull Michael G. Allison, MD from the ICU at St Agnes Hospital, Baltimore, MD back over to UMMC where he was gracious to donate an hour of his his brilliance. Today’s lecture will be a Core Curriculum presented by Dr. Elizabeth Cox Williams, Assistant Erik Osborn, MD, COL, MC USA, Director Adult Extracorporeal Service, Cardiovascular Intensive Care Unit at Inova Fairfax Hospital, presents the weekly multi-departmental critical care fellows’ lecture on “ECMO and the Brain”. This talk was SO educational and useful that we begged him for the opportunity to share this knowledge. [SO] Anders- Avoiding Pitfalls in Patient Safety: Starting with Quality Assessment and Improvement! He is the first EM/IM/CCM graduate our program ever had and has been making waves in the academic world since his departure. Weaning from mechanical ventilation is a cardiac stress test. Dr. King is a rare specimen, with board certifications in both Nephrology and Toxicology he focuses on critical care nephrology, acute treatment of drug overdoses, and addressing acute poisoning and envenomation. Share. Since there are no lectures this week I felt it would be the right time to post the recent Baltimore SCCM Fall Symposium lectures. It in this role he investigates an old and forgotten friend in the treatment of hypotension, and has become the chief researcher for the ATHOS (Angiotensin II for the Treatment of High-Output Shock) 3 trial. Maryland CC Project. http://media.blubrry.com/marylandccproject/p/content.blubrry.com/marylandccproject/Papali-Sepsis_in_a_resource_limited_environment.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS, Today we are fortunate to welcome Dr. Kenneth E. Wood, current Associate Chief Compliance Officer for the University of Maryland Medical Center as well as the new Director of the Maryland Critical Care Network. However, today Dr. Wood explains the real issue plaguing our society. I hope you enjoy the lectures and share them with all your colleagues.  Please note: listening to this course does …. Reynolds: Chronic critical illness, what can be done? Adjust the T-low to target a dumping breath volume of ~6-8 cc/kg. Dr. Mazzeffi was recently a key speaker at the 2016 International Anesthesia Research Society and today he has graciously offered to give us the talk that was the talk of the symposium! See this incredible lecture from the Maryland CC Project Keep up with the EDECMO Project If you have comments on this textbook page, they are best placed on one of the blog posts or on the Questions about the ECMO Text Page Today we welcome Jennie Y. In addition, Dr. Palmér has been invited to give over 200 international lectures on the topic of ECMO. Deming & Williams – Influenza vs. Coronavirus: Just another cold? Chawla: Vasopressors- Time to target new receptors? Not only did he do a Med-Peds residency at University of California-Los Angeles, but he then went and completed a Fellowship in both Adult and Pediatric Critical Care Medicine at the University of Chicago (10 years of training!!). Today we are pleased to feature a groundbreaking talk by a recent addition to the Shock Trauma faculty, Samuel Tisherman, MD, FACS, FCCM. So obviously with this phenomenal educational pedigree, Dr. Tisherman is the perfect individual to lead a discussion on the one topic we only get one shot to master: Emergency and Surgical Airways! ), Buchman- The next generation of critical care, Metkus: Should we examine our ICU patients? Although the laws and statutes are focused on the state he practices medicine, Maryland, the overall concepts are secure. Please welcome back an old friend of Baltimore, Karen G. Hirsch, MD. Today he is gracious to share some pearls of wisdom to guide the average intensivist in the management of a newly ventilated patient. Nutrition & Rehabilitation (Verceles) Summary by Dr. Alison Grazioli Goal of nutrition in critically ill: balance catabolism of critical illness with anabolism of recovery. Today we continue with day 2 of ECMO training. Dr. Chertow is an Assistant Clinical Investigator in the Critical Care Medicine Department of the NIH and a Special Volunteer in the Viral Pathogenesis and Evolution Section, Laboratory of Infectious Diseases, NIAID. This is a topic that is truly cutting-edge in the modern ICU, so I assure you this will be a skill you will be expected to master! And for all the budding intensivists out there, this is a talk you cannot miss!! In 2014, he directed his focus to the development of the Emory Electronic ICU (eICU), a mecca of telemedicine which has revolutionized the way critical care is administered. Today he will be doing his best to concentrate his brilliance into a 45 minute presentation. Today we wrap up our wonderful tour of ECMO-ology with a few lectures that will give you a few ideas on the finer things of ECMO: what can go wrong, what can go right, and of course what we need to do to get the patient off ECMO and back home. With the …, Today we continue with day 2 of ECMO training. The speakers today have been practicing ECMO for numerous years and what you are going to hear is information garnered from hundreds of ECMO cases. Today Michael Rothman, Ph.D., co-founder and chief science officer, PeraHealth is presenting his work on early detection of critical illness. A shockingly good podcast from Tim at PEM Playbook, electrical injuries in children [JS] Most recently, she has broadened her expertise as a yoga therapy instructor with Yama Studio. Today he focuses on his true passion: how to assist family members care for their loved ones both in the ICU and in the post-ICU setting. Since his arrival to Baltimore, Mike has demonstrated a wide knowledge of modern academic literature and has continued to challenge the status quo in medicine! [SR] Maryland CC project features a fantastic look at coma and brain death. Today he takes a fascinating look at the way we treat shock-induced hypotension and asks one simple question: Can’t we do better? And if that wasn’t enough, he has also has the distinct pleasure of the being in the FIRST graduating class of the EM/IM/CCM program at the University of Maryland! The lecture is entitled “Lung Ultrasound in the ICU: Focus on COVID-19.”. We will teach you the skills and break down the logistics to allow resuscitationists to initiate ECMO in … A Right Thing Measured Poorly: An Epidemiologist’s View of Patient-Family Engagement in the ICU Alison E. Turnbull, DVM, MPH, PhD *Summary written by Avnee Kumar, MD Clinical Pearls Patient and Family Engagement in the ICU – how do know if it works? off Capital Hill long enough to allow us to record his brilliance in the form of a 90 minute lecture. Today we welcome back Larry Weiss, M.D., J.D., Clinical Professor of Emergency Medicine at the University of Maryland and overall expert in the field of medico-legal issues. Dr. Morris’ lecture will cover “Brain Death.”. Today we are excited to welcome back one of the smartest fellows we have ever graduated, Michael Allison, MD. The speakers today have been practicing ECMO for numerous years and what you are going to hear is information garnered from hundreds of ECMO cases. After losing his mother to an undetected complication following a low-risk surgical procedure, Dr. Rothman was determined to develop a method to predict such travesties before they occurred. Lewis Rubinson, MD, PhD, Professor of Medicine, Program in Trauma, R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center at the University of Maryland SOM and Vice President & Deputy Chief Clinical Officer at UMMC, presents the weekly multi-departmental critical care fellows’ lecture on “Status Asthmaticus.” , Edward Pickering, MD, Assistant Professor of Medicine, Division of Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine at University of Maryland SOM and Director, Interventional Pulmonology at Baltimore VAMC, presents the weekly multi-departmental critical care fellows’ lecture on “Evaluation and Management of Hemoptysis: From a Trickle to Projectile.”, Mojdeh S. Heavner, PharmD, BCPS, BCCCP, Assistant Professor, Critical Care, Department of Pharmacy Practice and Science at the U of Maryland School of Pharmacy and Jason J. Heavner, M.D., Chair, Department of Critical Care Medicine, University of Maryland Baltimore Washington Medical Center, present the weekly multi-departmental critical care fellows’ lecture on “Advances in Protocol-Driven Management of Alcohol Withdrawal Syndrome in the ICU.”, Dr. David Hager, MD, PHD, Assistant Professor, Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine presents on “Vitamin C in Sepsis: Rationale for the VICTAS Trial.”. Today we welcome Zachary Kon, M.D., Assistant Professor in the Department of Cardiothoracic Surgery at NYU. Today he gives us a crash course in everything we need to know to keep our patients healthy and fed! Trust me, this is a topic that is often overlooked and one that can truly mean life or death for your patients! Dr. Joshua King, Assistant Professor of Medicine and Pharmacy at the University of Maryland and Medical Director of Maryland Poison Control presents on “ICU Toxicology”. Luckily he stayed local and has been paving his own path across town at St. Agnes Hospital of Baltimore, Maryland. Today we are joined by Dr. Mario Rubin, Associate Professor of Medicine in the Nephrology Department and the acting Director of the Nephrology fellowship here at the University of Maryland. A stroke KILLS someone every 4 minutes! Dr. Verhoef demonstrates a significant level of dedication to medicine. Chertow: Influenza, coming soon to an ICU near you! ECMO than after placing the patient on ECMO “Ultra-protective” ventilation was common during ECMO with driving pressure < 15 cm H2O When patients were on ECMO, for the first 7… View Post Palmer: Long run ECMO, The Stockholm experience Review the pathophysiology, learn the criteria for diagnosis – both the HLH 2004 criteria and the newer HSCORE – and go through her treatment algorithms. The lecture is entitled “Will Omics Improve the Diagnosis of Sepsis in Critical Ill Patients?”, Dr. Ashish Khanna, Associate Professor, Department of Anesthesiology, Section on Critical Care Medicine at Wake Forest School of Medicine, presents on “Perioperative Cardiorespiratory Compromise – Connecting the operating room, the ICU, and the hospital wards.”. [MG] The Best of #FOAMped Pediatrics. COVID-19 ECMO View Post. Brower: Driving pressure in ARDS, does it matter?!? ‎This site & podcast was created by the University of Maryland Critical Care Fellows to share the amazing education we are receiving as well as a way to create a discussion about both cutting edge and core critical care topics. We may use ECMO to allow your body to recover so you can undergo a lung transplant procedure. Today we are fortunate to welcome Meghan Brooks Lane-Fall, MD, MSHP all the way down from Philadelphia! James O’Connor, M.D., FACS, FCCP, Professor of Surgery, Department of Surgery at the University of Maryland SOM; Chief, Thoracic and Vascular Trauma at the R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center/UMMC; and Executive Medical Director at Shock Trauma Associates, P.A., presents the weekly multi-departmental critical care fellows’ lecture on “Thoracic Complications of Trauma: Empyema, Hemothorax, Bronchopleural Fistula.”, Justin Richards, MD, Assistant Professor and Fellowship & Education Director, Division of Trauma Anesthesiology at the University of Maryland SOM, presents the weekly multi-departmental critical care fellows’ lecture on “Plasma Based Resuscitation: Should we pamper our critically ill patients?”. Slack- Refractory Status Asthmaticus: Drips & Gases & ECMO, Oh My! Today we are fortunate that Dr. Daniel Herr, Chief of Surgical Critical Care services and Director of the Cardiac Surgery/Heart-Lung Transplant ICU here at the University of Maryland and overall critical care genius. 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