We’ve launched a new feature on CriticalCareNow.com called the Critical Care Lounge. “The art of medicine takes years to develop and requires the integration of
Did you know the most common dyssynchrony is also usually silent? To learn more about this, as well as diagnosing/treating airway resistance (and a bit
A young adult male is transferred to your facility due to reported ARDS and severe hypoxemia related to pancreatitis. He was intubated one day prior
In this video interview with Haney Mallemat, I describe a case of refractory hypoxemia and how it might be managed in cases of ARDS.