Management of Pain, Agitation, and Delirium in the ICU

When not acting as Chief of Surgical Critical care services and Director of the Cardiac Surgery Unit at the University of Maryland, Dr. Dan Herr finds time to be a world renown expert in ICU delirium! His knowledge and experience on the topic has brought him invites to speak all …

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Intracranial & Subarachnoid Hemorrhage

Dr. Neeraj Badjatia is the director of the neurosurgery critical care unit at the University of Maryland and a world expert in the field of neurocritical care, publishing 85+ peer-reviewed journals on the subject. In this lecture, Dr. Badjatia will discuss subarachnoid bleeds and intracerebral hemorrhages, with a focus on …

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Acute Encephalopathy & the Unresponsive ICU Patient

The Zombies are coming!! Just kidding… well, kind of – they may already be here…  Dr. Sam Wood is a brilliant EM/IM/CC trained physician who came all the down to Baltimore from Maine Medical Center to try to break down the expansive differential for the unresponsive ICU patient.  During her …

Coma and Brain Death

This is the first recorded lecture of the University of Maryland’s multidisciplinary Critical Care Core Content lecture series, given by Dr. Deborah Stein from the R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center.  In her talk, Dr. Stein discusses the appropriate clinical evaluation of a patient with suspected brain death, objective testing …