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Pulmonary Artery Catheters, Part 2: Practical Tips and Troubleshooting

Dr. Robert Danner is Senior Investigator at the National Institutes of Health Clinical Center. In Part 2, he talks about lung zones and provides practical tips on interpretation and troubleshooting the PA catheter. Originally presented in April 2017. The ideas and opinions expressed in this lecture do not represent the …

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Communication in Serious Illness: A Skills Workshop

Dr. Tessie October MD MPH is a critical care specialist at Children’s National Health System in Washington DC. She is a National Institutes of Health-funded researcher and discusses her work on communication in serious illnesses. Originally presented in May 2017. The ideas and opinions expressed in this lecture do not …

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Echocardiography Based Hemodynamic Monitoring in the ICU

Dr. Brandon Wiley is a cardiac critical care physician at the Mayo Clinic and one of our former fellows in CCMD. He breaks down how to use echocardiography for hemodynamic assessment in the ICU. Originally presented in July 2016. The ideas and opinions expressed in this lecture do not represent …

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Early Goal Directed Therapy Revisited in 2016

Dr. Charles Natanson is a Senior Investigator in the NIH Critical Care Medicine Department. He reviews the data surrounding Early Goal Directed Therapy in sepsis after several multi-centered trials were published. Originally presented in April 2016. The ideas and opinions expressed in this lecture do not represent the views of …

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Introduction to CRRT

Dr. Robert Danner is a Senior Investigator in the NIH Critical Care Medicine Department. He breaks down the basics of continuous renal replacement therapy in the ICU. Originally presented in July 2016. The ideas and opinions expressed in this lecture do not represent the views of the Clinical Center, NIH, …