Resources

Open-access links

Learn or refresh

Echocardiography

Physiology

Calculators

Pathways

Video

Study aids

Calculators

[CP_CALCULATED_FIELDS id=”6″] ____________________________________________________________________ [CP_CALCULATED_FIELDS id=”1″] ____________________________________________________________________ [CP_CALCULATED_FIELDS id=”7″] ____________________________________________________________________ Pneumonia severity index calculator  

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Echocardiography resources

TTE Basic and focused Basic ICU echo presentation Sonokids basic protocol FATE and the FATE card Echobasics site Echo in shock (CritCareClinics article) E-learning (e-LfH) echo and ultrasound module Emergency echo basics (HKCEM presentation) Toronto general virtual TTE site Basic perioperative TOE – ASE 2013 More Advanced Echo in the unstable patient FATE protocol card – see …

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ICM research/guidelines in progress

Guidelines NICE guidelines Sepsis   Studies Diagnosis METPSDS – microRNA analysis VAC – Periitoneal cytokines in open abdomens NOBIS – novel biomarkers MitoSepsis – mitochondrial function Prognosis  PliNOSa – iNOS ADMA and DDAH II DYNAMICS:DNA – naked DNA BNP Lactate Copeptin   Therapeutics Sepsis molecules OASIS – talactoferrin AB103 ALP C1-esterase inhibitor Proglitazone Sirtuin-1 activator …

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Learn or refresh

Online articles, modules, presentations and videos (not all free-to-access – use your Athens etc) EMCrit, LITFL, StEmlyn’s, Pulmccm, Resus.me and others have extensive archives that are worth searching separately for specific topics (you can use the special FOAMcc Google search on the home page). Fantastic Youtube channel from Eric Strong – med school level and way beyond …

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ICMWK

Open access links

Free Open Access Medicine (critical care) = FOAMcc Blogs and more that I try to read – this list gets longer by the week. EMCrit – No-nonsense EM and Critical care podcast and blog by the very watchable/listenable Scott Weingart. Crashingpatient.com – EM and ICM ‘webtext’ excellent summaries, affiliated to EMCrit. Resus.me – Cliff Reid’s authoritative blog …

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Pathways

Renal Acute kidney injury – NICE Pathways Neuro Subarachnoid haemorrhage – ENLS Respiratory Respiratory fialure – GST pathway

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Recent articles and FOAMcc – March 2017

Gershengorn HB, et al. Association of Intensive Care Unit Patient-to-Intensivist Ratios With Hospital Mortality. JAMA Intern Med. 2017 Mar 1;177(3):388–96. Serpa Neto A, et al. Associations between ventilator settings during extracorporeal membrane oxygenation for refractory hypoxemia and outcome in patients with acute respiratory distress syndrome: a pooled individual patient data analysis : Mechanical ventilation during ECMO. …

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RSS feeds

NEJM – pulmonary and critical care JAMA – critical care Lancet and critical care (via Pubmed) Chest – critical care Critical Care Medicine AJRCCM ICM – from ESICM  

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Science box

Physiology Deranged Physiology is an outstanding resource and may be your best starting point, or heart-lung.org if it’s purely heart or lung! Handwritten tutorials do fantastic short basic science video tutorials on large number of topics . Cardiovascular physiology Heart and lung physiology at heart-lung.org by Jon-Emile Kenny Shock physiology – Guytonian and new thinking pulled together  –  CCM pubmed link Glycocalyx …

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Search special

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