Air Care Series: Ideal Resuscitation Pressure in Polytrauma with TBI

Air Care Series: Ideal Resuscitation Pressure in Polytrauma with TBI

Damage Control Resuscitation, Permissive Hypotension, Fluid Restrictive Resuscitation… Regardless of name, with all the enthusiasm surrounding permissive hypotension in the actively bleeding trauma patient, what do we do when they have a TBI? Take a dive into the literature surrounding ideal perfusion pressures of patients suffering from TBIs and traumatic injury to find out if we know what pressure is really the best.

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Air Care Series: Long QT Syndrome

Air Care Series: Long QT Syndrome

Not every bradycardic patient is the same, however sometimes their past history gives away their pathology and you need to manage a complex disease in the ED or in transit to the ICU. Remind yourself of the details of the cardiac action potential as Dr. Roblee walks us through a unique case of Long QT Syndrome.

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Air Care Series: Not Just Little Adults, Neonatal Resus

Air Care Series: Not Just Little Adults, Neonatal Resus

While often alarming, neonatal resuscitation is critical in the care of a neonate. In the critical care transport environment preparations is crucial in optimizing resuscitation success. In this edition of Air Care Series, Dr. Irankunda walks us through neonatal resuscitation in the transport environment.

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Air Care Series: Man Meets Machine

Air Care Series: Man Meets Machine

In this edition of the Air Care series we take a look at the LVAD via post and podcast, introducing you to the meeting of man and machine. Adam Gottula, MD interviews Liz Powell, MD and Paige Barger, NP covering the spectrum of LVAD basics from common functions to life threatening complications.

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