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About Blog - EMCrit is devoted to Maximally Aggressive Care: Maximally Aggressive Curative Care and Maximally Aggressive Palliative Care. This blog & podcast for medical education on ED Intensive Care, Trauma, and Resuscitation.
About Blog - Medscape is the leading online global destination for physicians and healthcare professionals worldwide offering the latest medical news and expert perspective. Follow this blog for Critical Care medical journal articles, Critical Care medical news, Critical Care conference coverage and comprehensive drug information.
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About Blog - The American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine focuses on human biology and disease, as well as animal studies that contribute to the understanding of pathophysiology and treatment of diseases that affect the respiratory system and critically ill patients.
About Blog - PulmCCM launched in 2012 as a solution to these related problems of information overload and journal fragmentation. And staying up to date in pulmonary & critical care is nearly impossible today in the traditional way. With hundreds of articles published in dozens of journals, we all miss important findings every month. PulmCCM helps doctors keep up with new findings in pulmonary & critical care.
About Blog - I’m Joe – better known as “Pharmacy Joe.” I am a Doctor of Pharmacy and Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist. I am also the author of A Pharmacist’s Guide to Inpatient Medical Emergencies, creator of the Critical Care Pharmacy Academy and host of The Elective Rotation – a critical care pharmacy podcast.
About Blog - The Mastering Intensive Care podcast was created to help and inspire intensive care clinicians. Andrew Davies is an intensivist from Frankston Hospital in Melbourne, Australia. It is a podcast that focuses on coversations to inspire intensive care clinicians to become the best they can be in the practice of intensive care.
About Blog - The Intensive Care Society is a membership organisation for intensive care professionals in the UK . They provides educational resources, support,advice and funds for research into Intensive Care via the Intensive Care Foundation.
About Blog - R.E.B.E.L. EM stands for Rational Evidence Based Evaluation of Literature in Emergency Medicine. They cover a myriad of topics, primarily focusing on evidence-based clinical topics, ECG cases, and high-yield exam review.
About Blog - My name is Jed Wolpaw. I'm an assistant professor of anesthesia & critical care medicine at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. I"m board certified in anesthesia & adult critical care medicine. The aim of this podcast is to help residents who are reviewing for their board exams as well as to provide a forum for topics, debates & interviews in the areas of anesthesia & critical care.
About Blog - The Intensive Care Network (ICN) has been developed to educate, link and stimulate healthcare professionals involved in critical care. Intensive Care Network is a site run by Oli Flower and team as an educational and networking resource for critical care. #FOAMed
About Blog - EDECMO.org is designed to be the ultimate resource for background, logistics, and evidence for mechanical circulatory support in the arresting patient. The EDECMO Project is a partnership between Joe Bellezzo, Zack Shinar, and Scott Weingart. They want to be your source for resuscitative ECLS.
About Blog - My name is Robert Lloyd. I’m an Emergency Medicine trainee in Essex, UK. ‘Pondering EM’ is my passion project. I use it as a platform for reflection, idea-sharing, and clinical discussion. I’m particularly interested in performance, metacognition and digitalhealth in the context of EM/critical care.
About Blog - Medical Anthropology Quarterly is an international journal published by the Society for Medical Anthropology, a section of the American Anthropological Association. The journal publishes research and theory in all areas of medical anthropology.
About Blog - Ultrasound is an essential tool for the critical care physician. It improves diagnostic accuracy. It greatly improves patient care. It can be a game changer in the critically ill enabling correct diagnosis within minutes. Ultrasound has become a skill the critical care physician can no longer go without.
Frequency - about 2 posts per month
About Blog - Journal of Neurocritical Care is a peer-reviewed, open-access journal whose major goal is to disseminate innovative knowledge on all aspects of neurocritical care. It is directed towards neuro-intensivists, intensivists, neurologists, neurosurgeons, researchers, and critical care physicians and nurses treating critically ill patients with acute neurological disorders.
About Blog - Dr Jonny Wilkinson's main interest are #FOAMed / Research / ITU / Medical emergencies / ECHO. This site provide a very useful #FOAMed / #FOAMcc / #POCUS resource for anyone interested in all that is critical care.
About Blog - WFPICCS is the leading organization advocating for the care of critically ill and injured children worldwide. They advance professional knowledge, enhance skills and share best practices. WFPICCS exists to disseminate and make available the high standards of Pediatric Intensive & Critical Care to all children of the world.
About Blog - The Journal of Critical Care Medicine is an official Journal of the University of Medicine and Pharmacy Tirgu Mures, Romania, and is published quarterly. The Journal of Critical Care Medicine is an international journal dedicated to publishing high-quality peer-reviewed articles about critical care medicine.
About Blog - The mission of SSAI is to promote safe, modern and effective care for our patients needing the competences of the specialty Anesthesiology and Intensive care. In SSAI the five Nordic nations with shared values and preferences, work together to harmonize the work of the five national societies, based on high Nordic ambitions and expectations in health care and our specialties.
About Blog - Critical Care and Shock has its origin in the regular discussions of a small circle of intensivists from the US, Europe, Japan, and Indonesia who pioneered the international conference of critical care medicine, better known as the Indonesian-International Symposium on Shock and Critical Care, which is held annually in Indonesia since 1994.
About Blog - The Wessex Intensive Care Society (WICS) was established in 1998. Under the leadership of Dr Max Jonas, It has rapidly developed into an important society for ensuring good clinical intensive care practice, active research and a strong culture of education and training.
Mount Prospect, IL
About Blog - The Society of Critical Care Medicine (SCCM) is the largest multiprofessional organization dedicated to ensuring excellence and consistency in the practice of critical care.
Frequency - about 4 posts per month
About Blog - Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust is one of the largest and busiest acute hospital Trusts in the The LGI is a specialist centre for a number of services, including the Major Trauma Centre and hand transplants.
About Blog - Critical Care Practitioner is a learning and research resource for Critical Care Practitioners by Jonathan Downham. Follow this blog for up to date information and research on all things related to Critical Care.
About Blog - Mike Pappas, a Pediatric Intensive Care doctor, and Cristy Saucedo, a nurse at a local hospital, were married for a year, when they realized that working full time impacted the amount of “quality” time spent together. In 2001, they quit their jobs, opened a pediatric office and called it Children’s intensive Caring (CIC).
About Blog - Output Medical was founded by Dr. Jay K Joshi as an Intern managing complex Intensive Care Unit (ICU) patients. Concerned by the limitations of manual urine output measurements and subsequent kidney care management, he set out to develop a technology that would improve the measuring and recording of urine output to help patients with kidney injury or kidney failure.
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