Shah + Badjatia: Therapeutic Hypothermia 2014

Today we are fortunate to have the combined mental powers of two of the greatest minds in the field of therapeutic hypothermia. First you will hear from Nirav Shah, Assistant Professor of Medicine and current Program Director for the Pulmonary and Critical Care Fellowship at the University of Maryland. Using …

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Daniel Haase – Echo Evaluation of RV Dysfunction

Dr. Haase is a man of many talents. Trained in emergency medicine, surgical critical care, critical care medicine, and understands the value of Point of Care Ultrasound (POCUS). This week he’s addressing the often under appreciated and under recognized importance of RV dysfunction. Done a TAPSE of the RV lately? …

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Sarah Murthi – The Importance of Diastolic Function in the ICU

Dr. Sarah Murthi is a surgeon by trade and US enthusiast at heart. She is an expert in bedside echocardiography and is also the Director of the Shock Trauma Critical Care Ultrasonography group. In this talk, Dr. Murthi goes through the evaluation and diagnosis of diastolic dysfunction as well as …