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Some #COVIDDeepThoughts / reflections on clinical care in the #COVID #ICU now that I’ve had a chance to slow down a bit. It seems like a lot of folks are reaching for explanations for why #COVID19-related respiratory failure is something different & exotic & somehow not #ARDS.
As a result, a lot of pretty out there treatments with significant risks and downsides associated with them are being suggested by physicians, many of whom did not regularly care for #ARDS patients pre-#COVID19. These are being hyped up in the press & families are asking for them
I get it, it’s a lot less exciting to say “the patient recovered from #COVID19 w/ meticulous supportive #ARDS care” than it is to say “I did this weird new thing or gave this specific drug & the patient miraculously got better.” But #fundamentals >>> hype & unproven therapies
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@CPSolvers @thecurbsiders @cardionerds @justinberk @MikeRoseMDMPH @JudithBVick @BBroderickMD @TijanaTuhy @AlexHorneMD @SSRaj017 @reverendofdoubt Since you guys asked for it - @WApplefeld and @Sam_Brusca present “An Introduction to Mechanical Ventilation: A Tweetorial Series”
In this series, we hope to clearly illustrate our approach to the physics, physiology, and practical application of mechanical ventilation.

Here is chapter 1: A Physics Primer 1/x
Imagine a garden hose. The flow of liquid develops from the high pressure region to the low pressure region, with the nozzle (and potentially your thumb) acting as a resistor. 2x Image
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🗣️Hilo

Los mejores artículos #PedsICU (UCIP) del 2018 📖
La suma de lo más relevante publicado y un #Tweetorial acompañante

Selección colaborativa con entre @PICJournalWatch & @sgdambrauskas
Publicado en simultáneo Inglés/Español

Favor comparte. ¡Nos vemos en 2019!
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Estudio PARIS en @nejm
Gran estudio que gatilló discusión en el ámbito del #CNAF. Incluso diferentes interpretaciones de resultados de sus coautores

¿Cambió mi práctica? NO
¿Mi investigación? SI

ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/29562151

Lean correspondencia:
nejm.org/doi/full/10.10…
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ECA en @PedCritCareMed
@pus27 y cols encontraron que #CPAP precoz en niños inmunocomprometidos admitidos en #PedsICU no es mejor (incluso peor) que O2 estándar en 🇬🇧
¿Cambió mi práctica? Quizás
¿Mi investigación? NO

ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/30095746
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