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Jan 242017
 
2016 Surviving Sepsis Guidelines: A Review and Analysis

By Jon-Emile S. Kenny [@heart_lung] PulmCCM is not affiliated with or endorsed by the Society of Critical Care Medicine or the Surviving Sepsis Campaign. Click here to read the Surviving Sepsis Guidelines. “I am at the moment writing a lengthy indictment against our century.  When my brain begins to reel from my literary labors, I make [… read more]

Aug 252016
 
FAQ: How To Study for the Critical Care Medicine Board Examination?

Jon-Emile S. Kenny [@heart_lung] “Let the wild rumpus start!” -Maurice Sendak Many of you are preparing for the Critical Care Medicine Board Examination; thank you to those who have downloaded my free review notes.  I often receive a question or two about the exam and how germane my notes were, in retrospect.  This is a [… read more]

Jul 302016
 
IDSA Guidelines 2016: HAP, VAP & It’s the End of HCAP as We Know It (And I Feel Fine)

Jon-Emile S. Kenny [@heart_lung] “It is important to realize that guidelines cannot always account for individual variation among patients.  They are not intended to supplant physician judgement with respect to particular patients or special clinical situations.” -IDSA/ATS Guidelines 2016 A 73 year old man is admitted from a nursing home for an NSTEMI and is [… read more]

Jan 212016
 
That Fallible IVC

Jon-Emile S. Kenny [@heart_lung] A 58 year old man with ethanol-related cirrhosis is admitted to the floor with anuria and a rising creatinine.  Over the day, serial ultrasounds of his interior vena cava [IVC] consistently reveal that it is diminutive and collapsing.  He receives many liters of crystalloid without much change in his urine output.  [… read more]

Jan 252015
 

Hot off the blog-press is PulmCCM’s new Educational Resources section. This exciting new endeavor will be a forum for sharing your knowledge with the world. If you’ve created a useful educational clinical resource, why limit your audience to your colleagues at your local institution? Increase your impact exponentially by posting your work on PulmCCM where thousands can learn and benefit. [… read more]