Jan 062017
Happy New Year! PulmCCM posts will return soon. In case you missed them, here are some of the top posts of 2016:

Review: Lactate & Sepsis

Recruitment Maneuvers & PEEP in the Morbidly Obese

An Expected or Maladaptive Response to Infection? Sepsis Reconsidered

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

Rising Lactate & the Art of Venous Blood Gas Interpretation

Let’s Plan for Extubation in the Morning

Piperacillin-Tazobactam: The Antibiotic You’re Not Administering Correctly

PESIT Investigators: the prevalence of PE in those hospitalized following first syncope

Long-term oxygen brought no benefits for moderate hypoxemia in COPD

Levosimendan in Septic Shock: the LeoPARDS study

Methylene Blue: the drug you’ve never used

Older transfused blood as good as fresh (INFORM)

New 2017 GOLD Guidelines for COPD Released

Inferior vena cava filters are overused. What’s the harm?

All the best to you and yours in 2017,

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