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Central Line Tips and Tricks EMCrit Project by Scott Weingart ..read more
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Tumor lysis syndrome isn't encountered very often in critical care, but we will see the most extreme extent of this illness.  Within the ..read more
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by Andrew Stolbach Toxicology and swimming pool management are both applied forms of chemistry. My six summers as a lifeguard and pool ..read more
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There is currently an outbreak of vaping associated pulmonary injury spanning several states, which is under intense investigation by the ..read more
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Magnesium might be the darling ion of critical care.  It has an interesting array of therapeutic applications ranging from asthma to ..read more
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How much fluid can safely be removed from a pleural effusion during a thoracentesis? Much has been written about this, but solid evidence ..read more
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With each publication from Maitland et al we are granted a brief glimpse of a greater medical truth. Only our view is obstructed, as we ..read more
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dedicated to my friend, George Kovacs EMCrit Project by Scott Weingart ..read more
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Septic shock is perhaps the defining illness of medical intensive care.  As such it is an enormously broad and controversial topic.  ..read more
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by Dan Rusyniak Stimulant-Induced Hyperthermia, a (sort of) memoir. I will admit my biases up front. This post is based primarily on my ..read more

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