iCritical Care: All Audio offers access to all of the Society of Critical Care Medicine's podcasts offering in-depth interviews on adult and pediatric clinical topics as well as updates in the field on various issues.
SCCM Pod-431 Hypertonic Saline in Children with Raised Intracranial Pressure
Mannitol is a commonly used osmotherapy agent in raised intracranial pressure (ICP) but the side effects are significant.
SCCM Pod-430 Optimal Bundle of Management for Cardiac Arrest
Sudden cardiac arrest remains a leading cause of premature death worldwide.
SCCM Pod-429 Drug Dosing Considerations in AKI and RRT
Continuous renal replacement therapy (CRRT) is complex, and dosing varies among institutions.
SCCM Pod-428 Endotracheal Tube Size and Aspiration
Each year, approximately 790,000 patients in the United States develop acute respiratory failure that requires intubation and mechanical ventilation.
SCCM Pod-427 Severe COVID-19 and Sepsis
Severe COVID-19 infection can be a form of viral sepsis with occasionally concomitant bacterial infection.
SCCM Pod-426 CRRT in the ICU From a Nursing Perspective
Continuous renal replacement therapy (CRRT) requires considerable involvement from the bedside nurse.
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Poor quality audio high quality content
Poor audio quality mars experience w high quality content of episode of pathophysiology of AKI. Pls pay attention to this. Thanks
Children’s hospital in Bronx converted to adult hospital.
Very sad commentary by the pediatric doctor. A lot of “doing the best we can” as justification for putting nurses in unsafe conditions-reusing masks and gowns, (used to be against OSHA rules and could be grounds for getting fired.) While doctors didn’t round in patient rooms, they didn’t see a problem with having the nurses stay in the rooms for hours-until the nurses complained. Plus, wonder if administrators are thinking about the potential legal implications of the situations in which they are placing the nurses. Didn’t anyone wonder why nurses were contracting Covid even though using PPE (maybe because the PPE was being reused?) As a pediatric nurse, I find it hard to understand why the pediatric nurses are expected to take care of adults, but wonder how med-surg nurses feel if they would be expected to take care of pediatric or NICU patients. Would adult doctors be ok working in a NICU?
Please make an effort
To do at least a tiny amount of post processing. I’m often a fan of this podcast but your postproduction is so bad that I can’t listen anymore. In the most recent episode, your guest audio had so many large bass spikes that it blew out one of my speakers. I frequently have to turn the volume down so much in my headphones that the show is almost inaudible. Please just add some gating. Pay someone the $50 per episode or learn it yourself or you’re going to lose listeners