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Now @Manu_Malbrain arguing for the retirement of the surviving Sepsis guidelines #lives2018
The fall in Sepsis mortality hasn’t coincided with the introduction of the guidelines #lives2018 🤔
Is the pro-con debate of the surviving Sepsis guidelines nothing more than a liberal vs restrictive fluid argument? #Lives2018
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So what about albumin in the critically ill? Yasser Sakr talks us through it

It might be good- especially in Sepsis #lives2018

It’s also the colloid with the highest safety margin...
However albumin may be bad too #lives2018
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Abstract Winning Session #lives2018 @ESICM great to see high quality research from our younger members Image
very important research question: what is best in OOHCA? Low normal or high normal CO2?
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Good morning everyone! For my first session of day 2, I’ve decided to come and learn all about vasculitis in the ICU - being presented by Marlies Ostermann from @GSTT_ICU #lives2018
Marlies starts with a couple of case histories:

Middle aged women, presenting with undifferentiated pulmonary and renal failure, raised inflammatory markers, Nonspecific chest X-ray changes...

But which one has vasculitis? #lives2018
The answers are surprising...

(And it looks like you should #POCUS everyone with suspected vasculitis 😁😜) #lives2018
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Now listening- Sheldon Magder: How does the venous system respond to changes in arterial pressure? #lives2018
“a compliant system is necessary for pulsation flow”- S Magder

#lives2018 #foamed #foamcc
The time constant of venous emptying is a new concept I’m not very familiar with #lives2018
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Now debating “endpoints of fluid resuscitation” featuring @Manu_Malbrain and @PrXaMonnet #lives2018

Up first: Manu!

Follow him @Fluid_Academy and check his work…
Magder Shelton: cardiac output is the key component of determining fluid requirements. Stop once CO adequate… #lives2018
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